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Episode 56: What happens in the house...

Angela McAnulty was no stranger to trauma after growing up in a household of abuse and tragically losing her mother to murder in 1973. After being arrested for drugs and having her children taken away, she went to jail and then got clean in the hopes of restarting her life. However when the opportunity came, rather than a reunion filled with laughter, love, and the start of a wonderful new beginning, she became a monster.

In today’s case, you’ll learn the horrific story of what happened to 15 year old Jeanette Maples at the hands of the people who should have protected her. Angela McAnulty’s trial was notorious in Oregon as it was one of the few death penalty cases against a woman and brings the idea of “justice” to a new light.

Nancy Feusi, photo from Sacramento Bee
Richard and Angela McAnulty, photo from facebook
McAnulty Eugene Home, photo from

Today’s promo was from A Little Bit Grim podcast; a weekly podcast covering Paranormal, True Crime, Folklore, Conspiracies, Cults, and Disasters.

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Inside Those Walls - George Feusi | Though Co. - Crimes of Child Killer Angela McAnulty | Caselaw - State v. McAnulty | The Register-Guard - Family, neighbors shed light on murder case | The Register-Guard - Sister fills in disturbing details | KVAL - Husband of Murderer Mom Pleads Guilty | Lane County - McAnulty Press Release | Oregon Live - Richard McAnulty gets prison | Psychology Today - Kindness and Intelligence | The Register-Guard - Oregon’s only woman on death row | Foster Parent College - Actual Case Study | The Register-Guard - Prosecutor describes abuse | KATU - Life without parole | OPB - Oregon State Passes Bill Limiting State Death Penalty | Oregon Legislature - Senate Bill 1013 | Ballotpedia - Oregon Death Penalty for “Beyond REasonsable Doubt” Murderers, Measure 8 (1978)

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I just listened to this podcast & I am still in shock. I grew up with Angela. I remember her & George but had no idea this was happening. Thank you for making this & answering some questions.

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