In 1968, all six members of the Robison family were murdered at their lake home in Northern Michigan. The Robisons were an affluent family from the Detroit area. The father, Richard, was a successful businessman. Joseph Scolaro, one of Richard's high-level executives, would become the prime suspect in the murders. But, despite a good deal of evidence against him, Scolaro was never charged.
Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the case of the Robison family murders, also known as the Good Hart murders. Good Hart is the city in Michigan that was close to where their lake home was located. The evidence against Joseph Scolaro began to mount but officials declined to charge him with the murders. Years later when another prosecutor began moving forward with charges, Scolaro took his own life.
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