In this episode of Hometown Tragedy: Crime Briefs, we profile two serial killers who left several communities rattled by violence.
The Serial Killers in Question
John Joubert: Born and raised in Portland, Maine, the former boy scout turned serial killer was 19 years old when he claimed the life of his first victim. 11-year-old Richard Stetson’s body was found near a biking trail by a woman heading to work the next morning. From 1982 to 1983, Joubert murdered a total of three boys in Maine and Nebraska.
True Crime Books About John Joubert
A Need to KillThe True-crime Account of John Joubert, Nebraska’s Most Notorious Serial Child Killer
Podcasts on John Joubert
Forensic Files: The Case of John Joubert
Full Bodied Crime: Case 4 The Serial Killer, John Joubert
Albert Flick: After serving 21 years of a 30-year prison sentence for murdering his wife, Albert Flick was released from prison in 2000. Despite being released for good behavior, Flick continued to exhibit a pattern of violent behavior.
True Crime Books About Albert Flick
Podcasts on Albert Flick
Murder on a Monday: Albert Flick
Crime and Stuff Episode 54: Albert Flick, Never too old to be a killer
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