Timothy Wesley McCorquodale had a rage in him that was uncontrollable. Like a loose cannon he could go off at any minute, unleashing mayhem an any poor unsuspecting soul that happened to cross him. The horror he would subject 17-year-old Donna Marie Dixon to in 1974, is unfathomable to this day. This week, we are joined once again by Jason Lucky Morrow, author and webmaster from the popular true-crime site HistoricalCrimeDetective.com to discuss this disturbing case from the past.
We also take a virtual tour of Washington DC’s Crime Museum, formerly known as the National Museum of Crime & Punishment, with it’s Chief Operating Officer Janine Vaccarello. This is a unique exhibit, sure to be of interest to Sword and Scale fans.
- Historical Crime Detective
- Savage Killer Timothy McCorquodale, 1974
- Iran Hostage Crisis 1979
- Jimmy Carter on Iran Hostage Crisis
- Failed US Hostage Rescue In Iran
- Crime Museum