There are some stories that never have a satisfactory ending. Will we ever learn who killed JonBenet Ramsey? Will we ever find Big Foot? This week we focus on unexplained deaths. These are the deaths ruled inconclusive. Nydia does the story of The Toxic Woman, Gloria Ramirez. Her case was so mysterious, scientists still haven’t figured out why the medical staff helping her that night all suffered poisoning. Dana tells the story of Chuck Morgan. His death was ruled a suicide even though the crime scene suggested otherwise. Was he killed by the mob? Did the FBI have anything to do with it? Cindy briefly covers Rebecca Zahau and the questionable circumstances under which she died.
For dinner this week, Cindy prepared California grilled avocado chicken from The Recipe Critic. She served this with a side of white rice and corn. For dessert, she made us churro sugar cookies using a recipe found on the Five Boys Baker blog. The meal was paired with a 2018 13 Degrees Celsius Sauvignon Blanc. A New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc with light and sweet herbal notes.
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