100. The Atlas Vampire Murder | Sweden

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Atlas Vampire Murder Podcast
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Stockholm, 1932. A young woman’s naked body was discovered in her apartment, lying face-down with fatal injuries to her head. Her clothes were neatly folded on a chair next to the bed and the rest of the scene was spotless. When a blood-stained gravy ladle emerged sometime later, investigators wondered if the killer used the ladle to drink his victim’s blood.

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Atlasmordet, Lilly Lindeström, Stockholm, 1932                                                                                

Created & Produced by Sonya Lowe

Narrated by Noel Vinson

Researched by Two Red Romans Productions

Music: “Nordic Medieval” by Marcus Bressler

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