When 15-year-old Martha Moxley was brutally murdered in 1975, no one could have imagined that the search for her killer might lead right to the doorstep of American royalty.
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Episode Source Material
- Conn. Girl, 15, Found Slain Near Plush Home
- Girl, 15, Found Murdered At Her Greenwich Home
- Executive’s Daughter Found Slain
- Police Say No Arrests Near In Martha Moxley Murder
- Greenwich Family Linked To Slaying
- Slaying: Rumors that William Kennedy Smith knew something about teen’s death led nowhere. Officials have reopened the case.
- Who Killed Martha Moxley?
- When art imitates crime
- Clue may have surfaced in unsolved 1975 slaying
- Fuhrman Claims He’s Solved ’75 Slaying
- Fuhrman Book on 1975 Slaying Points To Kennedy Relative
- The Murder Case That Won’t Die
- A Crime In The Clan
- A Police Reporter Savors a Reputation For Relentlessness
- The Boy Next Door
- Trail of Guilt
- A Life, A Death Revisited
- The House Of Skakel
- Excerpts from the Sutton Report
- Michael Skakel case timeline
- Michael Skakel Was Convicted of Murdering Martha Moxley, So Why Is He Free?
- I tutored a Kennedy relative — and wound up accused of murder
- How the Skakel-Moxley Murder Case Unfolded Over Four Decades
- Murder conviction of Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel overturned — again
- Court vacates Kennedy cousin Skakel’s murder conviction
- Michael Skakel free: Supreme Court won’t hear case
- The Unrelenting Martha Moxley Murder Saga: Old Money, Cold Justice, the Kennedy Connection and Endless Twists
- PBS – Autopsy 101
- Michael Skakel vs. Commissioner of Correction (2016, behind LexisNexis paywall)
- Kennedy Family Tree on Wikipedia
- American Justice A&E – A Murder In Greenwich