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Episode 37: Negative Corpus

Updated: Nov 28, 2020

Derrick and Roxanne Duehren were living their dream life just outside Portland, Oregon in 1996 until a mysterious fire in the garage would take her life and leave all eyes on her husband Derrick. 

In today’s episode Alisha will tell us the story of 34 year old Roxanne Duehren; how her murder, presumed to be a closed case, may leave some feeling a lack of justice. Emily will share a little bit about the history of fire science. As a special treat, MITR is joined by our delightful friends from the podcast Forensic Myles to discuss everything about this case!

Derrick and Roxanne Duehren Wedding,

Derrick and Roxanne in 1992,
Duehren residence,
Derrick Duehren facial scratches,
Derrick & Jannine

This week’s promos are from…

They Will Kill, a true crime podcast hosted by sisters, Courtney and Sadie Eck, who are ravenous consumers of all things murder-y.

Give them a follow on IG FB and Twitter @theywillkill and don’t forget to subscribe!

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Strictly Stalking, each week hosts Jaimie and Jake dive into unique stalking cases, interviewing stalking survivors, advocates, and experts

Subscribe and follow on IG @strictlystalkingpod and Twitter @stalkingpodcast

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Forensic Myles THE companion podcast to your favorite true crime show Forensic Files. There's always more to the story!

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Twitter @forensicmyles

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Forensic Files - season 11 episode 39 | - Roxanne Marie Duehren | Duerhren Murder Trial | | Riverview Place Apartments | My Appliances Service - Gas Dryer vs Electric Dryer | | Science Learn - What is Fire | ABA Journal - Long Held Beliefs About Arson Science | PBS - How Arson Investigation Has Changed | Crime Reads - On the New Science and Past Mistakes of Fire Investigation | - court Tuscon Man Wrongly Jailed | - Scientific Method

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