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What's Our Fascination With Murder Mysteries?

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What's Our Fascination With Murder Mysteries?

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What's Our Fascination With Murder Mysteries?

What's Our Fascination With Murder Mysteries?

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From the case of the Black Dahlia to the unsolved murders of rappers Biggie and Tupac, many Americans have a fascination with murder mysteries.

Our series on crime continues with a look at the history of unsolved crimes in this country and abroad.

Tony Cox speaks with Frankie Bailey, associate professor of criminal justice at the University at Albany.

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