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On June 8th, 1989 the body of Cindy James was discovered in Richmond, BC. She was laying on her side, with her ankles and wrists fastened behind her & had a nylon stocking tied tightly around her neck. The cause of death however, would be overdose. Almost immediately, news networks would be sharing details of a nearly decade-long horror story of a woman, hunted down and scared for her life. By the time Cindy James went missing, she had reported over 100 incidents of stalking, harassment and assaults from an unknown assailant. But by July 12th the RCMP would officially rule out any foul play leaving the public to wonder how could a person do something to themselves like that and why would they?

The investigation of her death would lead to one the longest and most expensive inquests in British Columbia's history. It would be ruled inconclusive, with her family believing she was killed and the police believing it was an elaborately staged suicide. While the cause of her death would remain inconclusive, one thing remained certain: nobody agreed that ruling made any sense. And we're still left wondering, to this day: If it was impossible that she did this to herself, then who murdered Cindy James?

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That Kid in Fourth Grade Who Really Liked the Denver Broncos,
John Stockton Slow Drag, There's Probably No Time,
What True Self, Feels Bogus, Let's Watch Jason X,
& Oxygen Garden by Chris Zabriskie via http://chriszabriskie.com

Calmant, Measured Paces, Almost in F, Lightless Dawn
& Cryptic Sorrow by Kevin MacLeod via http://incompetech.com

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*A special thanks to "The Deaths of Cindy James" by Neal Hall,
"Who Killed Cindy James?" by Ian Mulgrew, CTV W5 & A Current Affair &
& Melanie's personal blog for providing amazing information
that allowed this episode to be possible.

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On June 8th, 2017 Randy Stair (also known as Andrew Blaze) would arrive for night shift at The Weis Market and kill 3 co-workers before committing suicide. The headlines about the shooting would die down quickly, in much less time than had even been spent on it's planning, drowned out by similar back to back events. Each time we seem to be left in the same place, asking the same questions; finding it nearly impossible to heal through the aftermath when it's almost never-ending. Where does Tunkhannock, and we go from here?

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Music Credits:

Measured Paces, Interloper, Anguish, Long Note Two, Dark Fog,
Irregular & Despair and Triumph by Kevin MacLeod via http://incompetech.com

The Glow of the Mountains & There's Probably No Time
by Chris Zabriskie via http://chriszabriskie.com

Meditation 1 by Audionautix via http://audionautix.com/

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On June 8th, 2017 Randy Stair (also known as Andrew Blaze) would arrive for night shift at The Weis Market and kill 3 co-workers before committing suicide. Within hours, police would search Randy's room and find the remnants of a trail, leading to one of the biggest digital footprints of massacre planning left behind. Not only would the small borough of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania be shaken forever but the rest of the nation would be left shocked, wondering: how could it have been possible that nobody saw this coming?

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Music Credits:

Measured Paces, Ghost Processional, Air Prelude, Blue Feather Reunited,
Gathering Darkness, Long Note One & Hitman by Kevin MacLeod via http://incompetech.com

There Are Many Different Kinds of Love, I Need to Start Writing Things Down
I Am a Man Who Will Fight For Your Honor by Chris Zabriskie via http://chriszabriskie.com

At the Foot of the Sphinx by Twin Musicom via http://www.twinmusicom.org

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In 1974 an American news reporter, Christine Chubbuck, was the first person to commit suicide on live television. Like any other tragic and horrifying event, in the midst of sorrow and confusion, we are all left with one question: Why?

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Music Credits:

Measured Paces, March of the Mind, Epilog Ghostpocalypse,
Clean Soul Calming & Ambiment by Kevin MacLeod
http://incompetech.com

Prelude No. 2 by Chris Zabriskie
http://chriszabriskie.com/

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*A special thanks to "Kate Plays Christine" by Robert Greene, "Christine" by Craig Shilowich and the Washington Post article by Sally Quinn for providing amazing information that allowed this episode to be possible.

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