Imagine a time when a Native American tribe was one of the richest groups of people in the United States, all thanks to oil. It actually wasn’t that long ago — but then came a spree of murders in a state whose law enforcement apparatus and political system was so corrupt, it did almost nothing to stop the crimes. On this episode, I talk to New Yorker author David Grann about this terrifying tale, recounted in his new book called “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI.”

 

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