In this week’s episode, Shevonne talks about teenagers Cindy Collier and Shirley Wolf who murdered 85-year old Anna Brackett after meeting a few hours earlier.   

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  1. Great podcast! Thank you!

    I’ve heard that Cindy has stayed out of trouble legally but has had three kids with three different men. I’m guessing she still lives in California.

    I know that Shirley was in and out of jail after she was first released but I’ve heard she’s been doing better the last 10 years or so. I think she married after she was released but is divorced now. Apparently, she’s been volunteering with abuse victims. I don’t think she’s lived in California for quite some time now.

    I don’t think we’ll get any more updates on them unless something major breaks (which thankfully seems to be doubtful). They both seem to be very private about their pasts and their lives, especially Cindy.

    • Thank you! I am glad that both are now staying out of trouble. Hopefully, we never hear from them again because that means that they are living their lives without hurting anyone else and/or any other run-ins with the law.

      • Thank you. Also, according to Joan Merriam (the author of ‘Little Girl Lost’), Shirley does feel guilty and that’s part of the reason why she’s been trying to be a better person.

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