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Death in Houston High Society Part 2: The Businessman, the Hitman, & the Killing of Alan Berg

Death in Houston High Society Part 2: The Businessman, the Hitman, & the Killing of Alan Berg

Update: 2021-07-292
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In 1982, when Dean Goss needed cash to pay for his murdered wife Elaine’s funeral, he sought out Houston Carpet & Flooring magnate Frank DiMaria. Back in 1968, when Imperial Carpet executive Alan Berg disappeared and was later found murdered, Frank DiMaria stood accused of having hired a notorious Texas hitman – Charles Voyde Harrelson – to do the job. DiMaria and the Bergs had been feuding for some time, and though Harrelson’s girlfriend came clean about her role in Alan’s death, his murder remains officially unsolved to this day.

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The Brazosport Facts, the Fort Worth Star Telegram, The Odessa American, the Austin Statesman, and David Berg’s book Run, Brother, Run: A Memoir of a Murder in My Family were used as sources for this episode.

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Death in Houston High Society Part 2: The Businessman, the Hitman, & the Killing of Alan Berg

Death in Houston High Society Part 2: The Businessman, the Hitman, & the Killing of Alan Berg

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