Aug. 9, 2020

Episode 44: The unsolved 1966 Bricca family triple homicide

Episode 44: The unsolved 1966 Bricca family triple homicide

For this week’s episode I spoke to author JT Townsend, who wrote Summer’s Almost Gone. The book covers Cincinnati’s most notorious unsolved triple homicide. On September 25, 1966, someone murdered Jerry Bricca, his wife Linda and their 4-year-old...


For this week’s episode I spoke to author JT Townsend, who wrote Summer’s Almost Gone. The book covers Cincinnati’s most notorious unsolved triple homicide. On September 25, 1966, someone murdered Jerry Bricca, his wife Linda and their 4-year-old daughter Debbie. Jerry and Linda’s bodies were found in their bedroom while Debbie’s body was found in her own bedroom. An unidentified person or persons brutally stabbed the entire family to death. Who could be so evil they could stab a 4-year-old child to death?

If you would like additional information about this case, you can buy Summer's Almost Gone by JT Townsend on Amazon.com or visit his web page titled https://jttownsend.com/. He also has a FB titled JT Townsend, True Crime Detective. Please contact the author with additional concerns about this case or his book.

Video courtesy of WCPO9.com

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