It was a cold, blustery 30-March-1975. That Easter Sunday, Leonard Ruppert, 42, and his family drove about two miles to a house on Minor St. in Hamilton, Ohio, a town of 68,000 not far from Cincinnati. What happens next will change the entire Ruppert family forever. Listen to the episode to The Darker Side: True Crime to find out more!
It was a cold, blustery 30-March-1975. That Easter Sunday, Leonard Ruppert, 42, and his family drove about two miles to a house on Minor St. in Hamilton, Ohio, a town of 68,000 not far from Cincinnati. What happens next will change the entire Ruppert family forever. Listen to the episode to The Darker Side: True Crime to find out more!
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The Easter Sunday Massacre
It was a cold, blustery 30-March-1975. That Easter Sunday, Leonard Ruppert, 42, and his family drove about two miles to a house on Minor St. in Hamilton, Ohio, a town of 68,000 not far from Cincinnati. What happens next will change the entire Ruppert family forever. Listen to the episode to The Darker Side: True Crime to find out more!
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