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ABOUT

Ghosts of the Lost Coast is a multi-part podcast about the crimes of serial killer John Annibel, and how law enforcement deals with cold cases. It is about connecting the dots and discovering new evidence, and it is in no small way a homage to my mother Janet Webster. My mother was an intensely curious person and for nearly 30 years she was convinced that John Annibel had many more victims. While she was alive she wasn’t able to be investigate these crimes to her satisfaction. Ultimately this program is about a mother’s intuition and a son’s attempt to find answers and justice for the victims.

Glen Webster

Glen Webster

Producer & Host

EPISODES

The Murder at the Mill

Sandra wasn’t even supposed to be working the night she was murdered. A reliable and friendly employee her manager asked her to fill in for a sick co-worker. The shift would have her on her rounds at 4:00 a.m. walking the vast mill complex in the dark, with no weapons and no radio. The early morning hours of July 9th 1997 turned out to be the last time anyone saw Sandy alive.

the accident at the mill

Sandra wasn’t even supposed to be working the night she was murdered. A reliable and friendly employee her manager asked her to fill in for a sick co-worker. The shift would have her on her rounds at 4:00 a.m. walking the vast mill complex in the dark, with no weapons and no radio. The early morning hours of July 9th 1997 turned out to be the last time anyone saw Sandy alive.

andrea delaroute

Sandra wasn’t even supposed to be working the night she was murdered. A reliable and friendly employee her manager asked her to fill in for a sick co-worker. The shift would have her on her rounds at 4:00 a.m. walking the vast mill complex in the dark, with no weapons and no radio. The early morning hours of July 9th 1997 turned out to be the last time anyone saw Sandy alive.

debbie sloan

Sandra wasn’t even supposed to be working the night she was murdered. A reliable and friendly employee her manager asked her to fill in for a sick co-worker. The shift would have her on her rounds at 4:00 a.m. walking the vast mill complex in the dark, with no weapons and no radio. The early morning hours of July 9th 1997 turned out to be the last time anyone saw Sandy alive.

Sherry Smith

Sandra wasn’t even supposed to be working the night she was murdered. A reliable and friendly employee her manager asked her to fill in for a sick co-worker. The shift would have her on her rounds at 4:00 a.m. walking the vast mill complex in the dark, with no weapons and no radio. The early morning hours of July 9th 1997 turned out to be the last time anyone saw Sandy alive.

VICtoria Schnieder

Sandra wasn’t even supposed to be working the night she was murdered. A reliable and friendly employee her manager asked her to fill in for a sick co-worker. The shift would have her on her rounds at 4:00 a.m. walking the vast mill complex in the dark, with no weapons and no radio. The early morning hours of July 9th 1997 turned out to be the last time anyone saw Sandy alive.

Karen Fischer

Sandra wasn’t even supposed to be working the night she was murdered. A reliable and friendly employee her manager asked her to fill in for a sick co-worker. The shift would have her on her rounds at 4:00 a.m. walking the vast mill complex in the dark, with no weapons and no radio. The early morning hours of July 9th 1997 turned out to be the last time anyone saw Sandy alive.

Susan Lori Dye

Sandra wasn’t even supposed to be working the night she was murdered. A reliable and friendly employee her manager asked her to fill in for a sick co-worker. The shift would have her on her rounds at 4:00 a.m. walking the vast mill complex in the dark, with no weapons and no radio. The early morning hours of July 9th 1997 turned out to be the last time anyone saw Sandy alive.

janet lee bowman

Sandra wasn’t even supposed to be working the night she was murdered. A reliable and friendly employee her manager asked her to fill in for a sick co-worker. The shift would have her on her rounds at 4:00 a.m. walking the vast mill complex in the dark, with no weapons and no radio. The early morning hours of July 9th 1997 turned out to be the last time anyone saw Sandy alive.

Patricia anne tigard

Sandra wasn’t even supposed to be working the night she was murdered. A reliable and friendly employee her manager asked her to fill in for a sick co-worker. The shift would have her on her rounds at 4:00 a.m. walking the vast mill complex in the dark, with no weapons and no radio. The early morning hours of July 9th 1997 turned out to be the last time anyone saw Sandy alive.

Karen Fischer

Sandra wasn’t even supposed to be working the night she was murdered. A reliable and friendly employee her manager asked her to fill in for a sick co-worker. The shift would have her on her rounds at 4:00 a.m. walking the vast mill complex in the dark, with no weapons and no radio. The early morning hours of July 9th 1997 turned out to be the last time anyone saw Sandy alive.

daryl ed Coen

Sandra wasn’t even supposed to be working the night she was murdered. A reliable and friendly employee her manager asked her to fill in for a sick co-worker. The shift would have her on her rounds at 4:00 a.m. walking the vast mill complex in the dark, with no weapons and no radio. The early morning hours of July 9th 1997 turned out to be the last time anyone saw Sandy alive.

If you have any information related to the cases featured here on Ghosts of the Lost Coast,
please contact the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Cold Case Unit.
Detective Mike Fridley
707-441-3024


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