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Replay | The Murder of Beth Brodie, Crime of a Hometown Kind, Groveland, Massachusetts - CALL TO ACTION



Revisiting the story of Beth Brodie, Crime of the Hometown Kind, Groveland, Massachusetts, with Beth's brother, Sean Aylward. First released on May 5, 2021. Sean and I plan to record a status on her case this week. 

This is an incredibly emotional time for Beth's family and a new episode is planned.


Her killer is up for parole! CALL TO ACTION below.... 


I first shared her story in the spring of 2021. I am from the small town of Groveland, Massachusetts, went to the same schools as Beth, and what happened to her never left me. I think of her every time I drive through my old hometown, about her family that remained in the same neighborhood where she was killed, and how they have to drive by the house where she took her last breath on November 18, 1992 when she was just 15-years-old. 


This is more than about retelling the tragic events of that day, it is about the painfully intimate journey of heartbreak for a family navigating the brutality that took Beth from them. The emotional weight of juvenile sentencing laws that shift with time, and the Brodie family's advocacy efforts as they again face the potential parole of Beth's killer. Beth's killer, 16-years-old at the time of her murder, is seeking parole with a hearing scheduled for Thursday, May 16, 2024.


Once again, Beth's entire family is facing the prospect of this man being released. It is retraumatizing to a family who has had to live with the reality of their child being violently taken from them. 


Your help is needed! Call to action:










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