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H2H 3. 147 The Osage Nation Murders. The Killers of the Flower Moon.

From 1918 to 1931, sixty or more full-blood Osage Native Americans were either murdered or died under mysterious circumstances. Why? Because they were wealthy. So wealthy that no other group of individuals in the world at that time had more money per capita. And with money comes greed. And boy did it come. Corrupt men wanted to take advantage of the Osage Nation’s new-found wealth, and they were willing to do anything to get their hands on the money. One family in particular was a prime target. This is the real story of the Osage Nation Murders and the Killers of the Flower Moon.



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Sources used for this podcast:


The New York Times | 01.17.1926

The Daily News | 01.20. 1926




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