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Episode Twenty Four | Laura Jane Rosenthal: Things Are Never What They Seem, Framingham, Mass


On the outside, they were a successful and loving couple but what was going on behind closed doors finally came to a head on an August night in 1995. The murder of Laura Jane Rosenthal in her Framingham, Massachusetts home was so brutal and so savage that no one would believe the killer could be sane. The crime was so salacious media outlets dubbed it "The Burnt Ziti Murder" but it had so little to do with pasta and everything to do with a cold, controlling, and obsessive husband.


Crime of the Truest Kind



Music from Joe onlyone Kowalksi and Andrew King appears in this episode. The Doug Flutie. Jr Foundation for Autism FlutieFoundation.org National Domestic Violence Hotline - TheHotline.org 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)


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The Doug Flutie. Jr Foundation for Autism - based in Framingham FlutieFoundation.org

National Domestic Violence Hotline - TheHotline.org 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)


Casefile | Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, Middlesex. Commonwealth V. Richard H. Rosenthal












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