Cold Case in Acadia National Park Leslie Spellman Part One

There’s something so alluring about national parks, alluring and sometimes dangerous. The big vistas of nature tend to lend themselves to both mishaps and murder. Join us as we talk about the death of 27-year-old yoga instructor, Leslie Spellman.

We’re going to have a part two next week where we clean up some of the facts of this case like about her dog and which garden Leslie was found in.

BDN archives


Recreation and Demise in Acadia National Park

Young Woman’s Trip to Acadia National Park

At Least One Dead From Rogue Hurricane Wave

The Cold Trail of a Killer

Kill-Link Theory Arouses Lawyer

Wabanaki Alliance

No Suspects in Slaying

Jailed Hicks May Lose Everything

Gridley Slaying is Likened to Several

Arrest Revives Interest in Unsolved Murders


Acadia National Park

Cold case: Clues sought in 1977 slaying

New Hope for Solving 1977 Murder

Police Probe Linked Confessed Killer Unsolved Homicides


Contact: Maine State Police, Major Crimes Unit-South, One Game Farm Rd, Gray, ME. 04039 1-800-228-0857 (In State); (207)624-7076 (Out of State); (207)657-5748 (Fax)

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About the Author
I am the NYT and internationally-bestselling author of children's books, which include the NEED series, FLYING series, TIME STOPPERS series, DEAR BULLY and other books. I like hedgehogs and puppies and warm places. I have none of these things in my life.

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