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Case 129: The Dupont de Ligonnès Family

Case 129: The Dupont de Ligonnès Family

Update: 2019-11-0278
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The six-member Dupont de Ligonnès family lived at 55 Robert-Schuman Boulevard, a narrow two-story residence in a wealthy residential area west of the city. Their home was part of a row of matching terraced buildings overlooking a busy thoroughfare, interspersed with patisseries, bars, and other businesses...

Episode narrated by the Anonymous Host
Episode researched by Erin Munro
Episode written by Elsha McGill
Creative Director: Milly Raso
A special thank you to Holly Evans Plumelet and Sylvain Plumelet for their assistance with this episode.


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Comments (37)

wryslok

I know Anonymous Host is uncomfortable wth foreign pronunciations but 10 out of 10 on this one mate. Well done. Another perfect CASEFILE.

Nov 19th
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Sarah Hunter

It’s just as sickening when a family is so delusional and in denial about one of their own being a band person.

Nov 7th
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Untro

GREAT episode. great setup, great unfolding, a real murder mystery just as ordered! keep it up!

Nov 5th
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lizzyb

Nevermind...lol..it was a mistake!! I read an entire article that said it was him. it was not

Nov 4th
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lizzyb

He was found and arrested in Glasgow on Oct. 11 of this year!! Amazing!!

Nov 4th
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Jaymes

I love this podcast but they should really write simpler episode outlines for the apps, there's no need to have a long drawn out synopsis, especially when you can only see the first few lines written here.

Nov 4th
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Melanie Marie-Jahnke Manning

oh no! I though they recently found him in October. I believe he is still alive. Most of the family annihilators try to get away with it. They're too big of narcissists to commit suicide. Clearly his girlfriend bringing legal action and wanting her money back caused him to snap. I home we can find him. I still hold out that we'll find William Bradford Bishop!

Nov 3rd
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Anita Simaganis

what a narcissistic asshole

Nov 3rd
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the grim truth

i love your podcasts

Nov 2nd
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Sarah Henderson

I mean, murder is also considered a mortal sin, so...

Nov 2nd
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Peter Chaloner

Whodunnits that end inconclusively ought to be labelled. The point of Whodunnits is to restore the moral order by telling us who done it. LABELS, please.

Nov 2nd
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WupperElfe

"that chapter" did an episode about 3 months ago, too, and there's lots online, albeit in French. I find it disappointing that you didn't find it necessary to check up on the correct pronunciation. That's the least you can do.

Nov 2nd
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Elly

yay Saturday night doona and casefile time 🥰

Nov 2nd
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lina

1:52

Nov 2nd
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Case 129: The Dupont de Ligonnès Family

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