Double Murder: The Slayings of Hattie & Vernon Stanley

By 1959, Vernon and Hattie Stanley were long settled into their empty nest in a quiet, middle class neighborhood in Fort Worth’s northside. Vernon, a veteran of World War I, had retired from working at the used car lot he owned, and the couple was enjoying their golden years. On June 10th of that year, however, Hattie and Vernon were brutally slain in their home, which had been meticulously ransacked. A couple suspects emerged, but none had the Fort Worth Police’s attention more than Lebert Everett Swaim, a War Veteran and pharmacist whose off-time activities included prowling and breaking and entering among other depraved acts. No matter how hard they tried, however, the cops couldn’t build a strong case against him. Submit your DNA data from a consumer testing company to Othram’s database. It’s only used for law enforcement investigations: can support gone cold – texas true crime at us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcastWBAP-TV/NBC news scripts, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Stanley family tree, and The Abilene reporter News were used as sources for this episode.#JusticeForHattieAndStanley #FortWorth #FortWorthTX #Texas #TX #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #ColdCase #Unsolved #FortWorthMissingTrio #Murder #DoubleMurder #UnsolvedMurder

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