73 minutes | Jan 20, 2021

Special Guest Episode: Sins of the Son - The Heinous Crimes of Hadden Clark

Are certain people simply born evil or does life sometimes have a way of warping a good soul into something unrecognizably horrible? Tonight’s story of one deranged killer, Hadden Clark, will have you asking that very question.We’ll be joined by a special guest who worked with Clark as a corrections officer during the early days of Clark’s incarceration. To protect our guest’s identity, we’ll be referring to him as “Jim” throughout tonight’s episode. Have a topic suggestion? Email us at beneathyourbedpod@gmail.comForensic Files. “Dressed to Kill.” Season 7, Episode 25. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2610710/ Havill, Adrian. “Born Evil: A True Story of Cannibalism and Serial Murder.” December 9, 2011. https://www.amazon.com/Born-Evil-Cannibalism-Serial-Murder/dp/0312978901 Jeffrey, Karen. “Hadden Clark returned to Cape to search for graves.” Cape Code Times. January 5, 2011. https://www.capecodtimes.com/article/20000410/news01/304109982 Jennings, Veronica T. “Murder Suspect's 'Lifestyle is Getting Even.'” Washington Post. Sunday, November 15, 1992https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/local/longterm/library/dorr/dorr111592.htm Murderpedia entry on Hadden Clark (this site contained multiple articles on him; do you think I need to list them individually?) www.murderpedia.org Shaver, Katherine and Duggan, Paul. “Murder Charge Is Filed In '86 Case of Missing Girl Md. Suspect in Prison for '92 Slaying.” Washington Post.  September 24, 1998.  Wilkinson, Alex.  “A Hole In The Ground.” New Yorker. September 2020. http://reprints.longform.org/a-hole-in-the-ground Wikipedia article on Hadden Clark. www.wikipedia.org 
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