Soon, Cindy

Soon, Cindy

Murder In The Rain

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More often than not, a case appears to be cut and dry. At the very least, a death is usually obvious as to if it was caused by an accident, by the victim, or by foul play. But in today’s case, none of those answers are clear. Was Cindy James a tortured victim that was hunted and haunted for 7 years by a perpetrator who eventually caused her death, or were her own mental health issues causing her to attack herself? I’ll let you decide as I walk you through the evidence of the stalking and killing of Vancouver, BC’s Cindy James. Today’s episode is brought to you by Green Chef! Green Chef makes life easier by delivering delicious meals right to your door. Go to GreenChef.com/rain100 and use code rain100 to get $100 off AND free Shipping!Looking to relax? Kefla Organics puts 25mg of CBD in their delicious products. Use code ‘Rain20’ at check out to get 20% off organic CBD products from Kefla Organic.   Grab a card for any occasion at 420cardz.com. Use the code ‘Rain20’ to get 20% off.Unsolved Mysteries - Season 3, Episode 18 | Uqbar Calling - Cindy James Timeline | Unsolved Mysteries Fandom - Cindy James | Melanie Hack - Who Killed My Sister, My Friend | WebMd - Nurses Are Dying From Suicide At Higher Rate | NCBI - Substance use disorder | Medium- The Bizarre Murder That Officials Claim was Suicide | YouTube - Cindy James News Clip | W5 - Who Killed Richmond nurse, Cindy James? | Vancouver Sun - Dec 31, 1990 | Vancouver Sun - May 29, 1990 | The Trouble with Justice - Who Killed Nurse Cindy James | The Vancouver Sun - Dec 31, 1990 | The Providence from Vancouver - May 29, 1990 |  The Gazette from Montreal - Jan 6, 1991 Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/murder-in-the-rain/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
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More often than not, a case appears to be cut and dry. At the very least, a death is usually obvious as to if it was caused by an accident, by the victim, or by foul play. But in today’s case, none of those answers are clear. Was Cindy James a tortured victim that was hunted and haunted for 7 years by a perpetrator who eventually caused her death, or were her own mental health issues causing her to attack herself? I’ll let you decide as I walk you through the evidence of the stalking and killing of Vancouver, BC’s Cindy James. Today’s episode is brought to you by Green Chef! Green Chef makes life easier by delivering delicious meals right to your door. Go to GreenChef.com/rain100 and use code rain100 to get $100 off AND free Shipping!Looking to relax? Kefla Organics puts 25mg of CBD in their delicious products. Use code ‘Rain20’ at check out to get 20% off organic CBD products from Kefla Organic.   Grab a card for any occasion at 420cardz.com. Use the code ‘Rain20’ to get 20% off.Unsolved Mysteries - Season 3, Episode 18 | Uqbar Calling - Cindy James Timeline | Unsolved Mysteries Fandom - Cindy James | Melanie Hack - Who Killed My Sister, My Friend | WebMd - Nurses Are Dying From Suicide At Higher Rate | NCBI - Substance use disorder | Medium- The Bizarre Murder That Officials Claim was Suicide | YouTube - Cindy James News Clip | W5 - Who Killed Richmond nurse, Cindy James? | Vancouver Sun - Dec 31, 1990 | Vancouver Sun - May 29, 1990 | The Trouble with Justice - Who Killed Nurse Cindy James | The Vancouver Sun - Dec 31, 1990 | The Providence from Vancouver - May 29, 1990 |  The Gazette from Montreal - Jan 6, 1991 Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/murder-in-the-rain/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
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