Southern Mysteries Podcast

Episode 64 The Woolfolk Family Murders

February 24, 2020

Thomas Woolfolk was tried and executed for the murder of nine members of his family. The largest mass murder in Georgia history left Bibb County residents in shock. A decade after the murders, a confession would stir up a debate that’s lingered for more than 130 years. Was Thomas Woolfolk a cold blooded killer or an innocent man executed for a crime he did not commit?

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Music Theme Song “Dark & Troubled” by Panthernburn. Special thanks to Phillip St Ours for permission for use

***Additional Music: Falling from Grace, Meditation Impromptu 1, Organic Meditations 3, Virtues Instrumenti, Long Road Ahead, Tranquility Base, Dark Times, Dark Fog, Falling Rain by Kevin MacLeod; There’s Probably No Time by Chris Zabriske Licensed under Creative Commons. Burial Grounds by Ross Gentry Special Thanks for Permission for Use

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