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H2H 4. 186. Chuck Morgan. Mystery, Murder and Maybe the Mob.

June 18, 1977, Tucson, Arizona. 39 -year-old Chuck Morgan is found lying near his new car, 40 miles west of his home—11 days after he disappeared. An escrow agent who owned his own business, police rule his death a suicide, but many believe it was cold-blooded murder due to his involvement with the mafia. A mystery to this day, two more deaths have been associated with people investigating or thought to be investigating Chuck’s death. This is the story of Chuck Morgan. Mystery, Murder and Maybe the Mob.




Sources used for this podcast


The Arizona Daily Star | 6.20.1977

Arizona Daily Star | 6.21.1977 | Richard Wood

The Tucson Citizen | 6.22.1977 | Bob Svejcara


Clips and photos used in YouTube


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AZ Central – The Republic

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