Was the wrong man convicted for the murders at Starved Rock State Park?

John Williams

Investigators are seen at St. Louis Canyon in Starved Rock State Park in Illinois, where the beaten bodies of thee middle-aged women hikers were found in a cave, March 16, 1960. (AP Photo/Charles Knoblock)

Steve Stout, historian and author of the book, “The Starved Rock Murders,” joins John to talk about the 1960 case in which three Chicago-area women were brutally murdered while hiking at Starved Rock State Park. The story was the subject of the recent HBO documentary series, “The Murders at Starved Rock.”

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