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After 400 days, state police in South Carolina are finally close to charging a suspect in connection to the June 2021 murders of Maggie and Paul Murdaugh. Thr Murdaugh family confirmed Tuesday, July 12, the suspect who will face charges is none other than Alex Murdaugh — Maggie's husband and Paul's father. Alex's brother, John Marvin Murdaugh, conf…
 
One year since Maggie & Paul Murdaugh were murdered, we look back on bizarre events and jaw-dropping revelations that have only served to underscore the original mystery: Who killed Maggie & Paul Murdaugh? And why? In this episode, show host & writer Anne Emerson is joined by producer Drew Tripp to answer questions about the Murdaugh case from WCIV…
 
The scope and scheme of Alex Murdaugh's alleged multi-million dollar fraud becomes clearer with each new criminal charge against him. It now appears Murdaugh didn't work alone, being helped for years by two accomplices: longtime friend and fellow lawyer Cory Fleming, along with business associate and Hampton banker Russell Laffitte. A question top …
 
Season 2 of Unsolved South Carolina's Murdaugh Murders, Money & Mystery podcast begins with an exclusive interview of a private investigator whose identity was revealed just weeks ago in bombshell new revelations tied to the ongoing Murdaugh saga. Sarah Capelli is a private detective who's been ordered by a judge to turn over records detailing her …
 
(Originally published January 27, 2022) We take a close look at the 70+ state grand jury charges against Alex Murdaugh related to alleged fraud and money laundering schemes the attorney used against his own clients. A barrage of criminal indictments since November 2021 say Alex Murdaugh allegedly stole nearly $9 million from more than a dozen victi…
 
(Originally published January 15, 2021) Eva Pilgrim is a Good Morning America anchor and news correspondent for ABC News. She is a South Carolina native and University of South Carolina alumna whose journalism career spans nearly 20 years. In this episode, Eva speaks with Unsolved South Carolina host Anne Emerson about the ongoing Murdaugh saga on …
 
(Originally published January 13, 2022) *WARNING: This episode contains strong, uncensored adult language.* The family of Mallory Beach has spent years searching — first quite literally searching the Lowcountry rivers and marshes for their daughter's body after the infamous crash on Alex Murdaugh's boat. Agonizing years have passed as the Beach fam…
 
(Originally published December 16, 2021) *WARNING: This episode contains strong, uncensored adult language.* It's now past 2 a.m. on a foggy February morning in the coastal waters Paul Murdaugh's boat has just crashed into a bridge at a high rate of speed along Archers Creek, near the Marine Corps training base on Parris Island. Paul, Anthony Cook …
 
(Originally published December 9, 2021) This is the story of what happened leading up to a fatal 2019 boat crash that claimed the life of Mallory Beach, and introduced many across South Carolina to the Murdaugh family through then 19-year-old Paul Murdaugh. Paul was reportedly driving a group of friends around on his father's boat amid a night of u…
 
(Originally published November 24, 2021) This is the story of Gloria Satterfield. She died after a fall at the Murdaugh's family home on Groundhog Day, 2018. Since then, her family has lived an unending winter of abuse and manipulation that lawsuits and criminal indictments say were part of cold, calculated scheme by Alex Murdaugh. Authorities accu…
 
Host Anne Emerson and producer Drew Tripp are joined by WCIV reporters Natalie Spala and Tara Jabour to discuss the latest developments in the Murdaugh saga: Where we are, how we got here, and where it's all going. More on the Murdaugh saga: https://abcnews4.com/murdaugh ~~~~~~~~~~ Unsolved South Carolina is a production of ABC News 4 in Charleston…
 
In part two of our look into the unsolved death of Stephen Smith, we drill into the persistent rumors of the Murdaughs being somehow involved. Questions we attempt to answer this week include: How did the Murdaugh name get brought into Stephen Smith's death investigation? How far did law enforcement go down that rumor trail after Stephen's death? W…
 
Stephen Smith was found dead along a rural Hampton County road in the pre-dawn hours of July 8, 2015. His death came under mysterious circumstances, and remains unsolved. Stephen Smith's death ultimately was ruled a hit-and-run by a medical examiner, despite law enforcement saying there was no solid evidence to prove that's what actually happened. …
 
Meet Curtis "Eddie" Smith, the man police say shot Alex Murdaugh in the head along a rural stretch of Hampton County highway — but not out of malice. Eddie maintains he and Alex were longtime friends, like brothers. Authorities say Eddie also was (allegedly) a personal drug dealer to Alex. State investigators say Alex asked Eddie to kill him as par…
 
Episode 2: A look into the history of the Murdaugh family and their rise to prominence in the legal profession as adept personal injury attorneys and also the top prosecutors in South Carolina's 14th Judicial Circuit, which includes Hampton County and four other surrounding counties. Randolph Murdaugh Sr., the Murdaugh family patriarch, founded wha…
 
Episode 1: Connecting the dots of mysterious deaths and alleged crimes related to the Murdaugh family. Read more on the Murdaughs at this link: https://abcnews4.com/news/murdaugh-murders ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Unsolved South Carolina is a production of ABC News 4 in Charleston, South Carolina. Anne Emerson - Host, Producer Drew Tripp - Executive Prod…
 
In June 2021, Alex Murdaugh (pron. mer-dock) called 9-1-1 to report he'd found his wife, Maggie, and youngest son, Paul, dead outside their home in rural Colleton County, South Carolina. Both Maggie and Paul had been brutally shot to death. As months have passed, what began as a criminal investigation into Maggie and Paul Murdaugh's murders has bro…
 
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