UNSOLVED HOMICIDE: BRIAN EGG

 

When the friendliest resident of San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood suddenly disappears, the entire neighborhood is suspicious. His neighbors’ worst fears are confirmed when a privately-hired crime scene clean-up crew arrives at his home, prompting police to respond and discover something gruesome concealed inside an aquarium in this episode of Last Seen Alive.

 

Sources mentioned in this episode:

‘It Appears They’ve Gotten Away with Murder’: San Francisco Murder Case Remains Unsolved One Year Later (ABC7 News)

Probation Revoked for Person of Interest in SF Torso Case (NBC Bay Area)

Headless Body Found in San Francisco Fish Tank Identified as Missing Man (SF Gate)

Egg Case Officially Ruled a Homicide (Bay Area Reporter)

Person of Interest in Headless Body Case Held at Santa Rita Jail (Bay City News via patch.com)

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