Murder In Memphis
Murder In Memphis By
Dorris D. Porch & Rebecca Easley
In the summer of 1977, twenty-four-year-old Debbie Groseclose was a pretty, vibrant mother of two. Shortly after she reported being stalked by a menacing stranger in biker garb, she disappeared without a trace. Five days later, her mutilated corpse was found in the trunk of her car. Her husband, a charming naval recruiter named Bill-and the two men he hired for two hundred dollars-were tied and condemned to death for her murder.