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Audio File: The Unsolved Murder of Jacqueline Dunleavy

On this podcast episode, we cover the unsolved murder of Jaqueline Dunleavy.

On January 9, 1968, 16-year-old Jacqueline Dunleavy finished her shift at the Stanley Variety Store in London, Ontario. She was found murdered a short time later.

A tremendous amount of forensic evidence was found at the crime scene; however, neither this treasure trove of evidence nor a police investigation that has spanned decades have identified Jacqueline’s killer.

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  1. ToTrueCrime ToTrueCrime

    We have family that lives outside London, as well as family friends that moved out of there about 6 years ago. Funny, until I started to listen to true crime podcasts, I had no idea that apparently London is known as the “serial killer capital” of Ontario. There’s more than just this strange cold case that goes unsolved in London. Glad to have found your site through Frozen Truth #truecrimepodcast , first time visitor 🙂

    • Christine Christine

      Welcome! Thanks so much for reading. Yes, London is a fascinating place – I live here! If you’re interested in the murders in London check out “Murder City” and “The Forest City Killer.” Lots of great info in the first book. And the second one is a great read. Take care – Christine

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