196. The Tooth Killer, Ismo Junni | Finland

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Ismo Junni Teeth Murderer Podcast
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In 1990, emergency services in Helsinki were contacted by a young man who asked the police to re-investigate a death from ten years before. The caller claimed that although his mother’s death was ruled an accident, he believed his father had killed her. The case was re-opened and investigators unearthed so much more than just one murder… Ismo Junni was a violent serial killer who kept a tooth from each victim as a trophy. 


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Murha.info – The Tooth Murderer


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Created & Produced by Sonya Lowe

Narrated by Noel Vinson

Researched & Written by Nikki Smith

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