Updated: Mon, Jul 2, 2018, 8:16 am
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Webcast: Stanford Memorial Church murder
Palo Alto Weekly journalists discuss the latest developments in the grisly 1974 murder of Arlis Perry at Stanford Memorial Church -- a case that the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office officially closed this week after the primary suspect, Stephen Crawford, allegedly killed himself during the investigation.
Watch the webcast here.
• Webcast: Stanford Memorial Church murder
• VIDEO: Former San Jose Mercury News columnist Scott Herhold discusses the Arlis Perry murder
• Sheriff investigating whether Stanford watchman linked to other campus murders
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