Despite being a grown man, Joseph McEnroe still exhibits the same traits he did when he was just a little boy: He bottles up his frustrations until they explode in fits of violence. He also seems to have a hint of the same Nightingale Syndrome that his mother uses to justify her abhorrent dating behaviors. Joseph follows in her footsteps by meeting a series of strange women through his online fantasy writing group and then travelling to whatever city they’re in an attempt to start a relationship. Many of these women give him the cold shoulder, but Michelle Anderson, unfortunately, does not.
The relationship that followed would end in the deaths of six innocent people at the hands of this awkward young man, an illegitimate child without even a proper mother to guide him. You may think he’s a monster or you may take pity on him, but in the end a jury of 12 King County peers ultimately decided his fate. Is it life or death? You’ll find out in this episode which is part 2 of the two-part story known as The Carnation Murders.
- 911 Call
- Sheriff Orders Probe Of Response To 911 Call
- Cop talking about Michelle Anderson
- Joseph McEnroe’s Allocution
- More Closing Argument Clips (relatives try to spare his life)
- Carnation suspects tell officers of victims’ frantic, final moments