Ep. 168 True Crime: The Osage Indigenous Nation Murders
Last week was hometowns! We saw Serene thriving in her hometown, Oklahoma City (with her brother Oklahoma Obama), so Danielle is covering an Oklahoma-based case.
Danielle covers the Osage Indigenous Murder, or "Reign of Terror" that took place in the 1920s. Due to an oil boom in Osage County, Oklahoma, Osage Indigenous people became the richest people in the world and at the same time, were the target for murder by greedy jealous white men in the area. This is guaranteed to be American history you've never heard of. (Story Starts at:1:06 ).
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