57/58: Marcia Trimble
In our two-part season finale, we cover the most notorious crime in Nashville history - the story of Marcia Trimble.
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Hollins, J. & Womack, J. with Wood, E.T. (2012) The Suspect: A Memoir. Nashville: Eveready Press.
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Pulle, M. (2001, June 28). "The File On Marcia Trimble II." Nashville Scene.
Wood, E.T. & Whitehouse, K. (2007, December 6) "News analysis: Is it really over?" NashvillePost.
Wood, E.T. (2007, December 6) "Nashville now and then: A moment of closure." NashvillePost.
Wood, E.T. (2009, July 15) "Ruling excludes cops' theory of how Marcia Trimble died." NashvillePost.
Pulle, M. (2010, December 30). "Missed Connections: A new book connects the dots on notorious Nashville murder case." Nashville Scene.
Marcia Trimble 1 (source)
Marcia Trimble 2 (source)
Trimble family (source)
Charles Trimble (source)
Missing poster (source)
Marie Maxwell sketch (source)
Tennessean front page (source)
Marcia's reported path (source)
Thorpe garage (source)
Jeffrey Womack and John Hollins (source)
Jeffrey Womack (source)
Jerome Barrett 2008 (source)
Jerome Barrett 2009 (source)
Virginia Trimble Ritter at Barrett's trial in 2009 (source)
Cemetery photos by Olivia Lind