8. The Killing of Inge Lotz | South Africa

True Crime
True Crime South Africa
Unsolved Crimes
Miscarriage of Justice
Inge Lotz Podcast
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In March 2005, college student Inge Lotz was brutally murdered in her apartment in Stellenbosch, South Africa. When she was discovered, she was seated upright on her sofa where she had been paging through a magazine. There was a copious amount of blood covering her head and face and she was almost unrecognisable. At first, it looked as though she had committed suicide. But Inge had been bludgeoned to death. Police arrived on the scene, and what followed ended up being one of South Africa’s most controversial cases ever.

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Narrated by: Noel Vinson

Researched & Produced by Two Red Romans Productions

Music: “Nordic Medieval” by Marcus Bressler

Background track: Doblado Studios: https://www.youtube.com/c/DobladoStudios

This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.

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