Case Unsolved: The story of Erika Cirioni, Episode 3
When 26-year-old Erika Cirioni went missing New Year’s Eve 2006, she left her family and friends distraught and desperate for answers. Who was she with that night? Was she still alive? And, if not, why might someone have wanted to kill her?
When children playing in the woods in Montville found Cirioni’s remains in March 2012, one of those questions was answered, but the others remained. In this week’s episode of our podcast “Case Unsolved,” set to be released Wednesday, you’ll hear family and friends — including one who got a call from Cirioni the night she disappeared — talk about what they think happened to Cirioni and how her death still affects them.
You can listen to the episode, as well as a trailer and the first episode of the case, at www.caseunsolvedpodcast.com or on any podcast app. Previously, “Case Unsolved” looked at the 1984 murder of Desiree Michaud in Groton and the 1995 murder of William Spicer Jr. in Groton. To be part of the conversation, join the “Case Unsolved” Facebook page, bit.ly/CaseUnsolvedFB, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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