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6: Zodiac, Part 2

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As the characters in Zodiac follow one specific lead, Joanna and Dave tell us about many of the other leads in this case, famous houseboats, more lack of female characters, more cipher trouble, and of course, what actually happened to everyone after the events of the film?

This episode is sponsored by: The Great Courses Plus The Alienist Season 2 
Truth vs Hollywood’s theme is “Temples” by Six Umbrellas. Music in this episode is "Night Owl" by Broke for Free; and “Closing my Eyes for a Moment," by Daniel Birch.
Sound effects from freesound.org by qubodup. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

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