misconduct. A True Crime Podcast

misconduct. a true crime podcast

Ep48 - Henry Louis Wallace

This week we will be discussing Henry Louis Wallace. Wallace is a serial killer who operated in Charlotte, North Carolina in the early 1990s. This is another case, where we see how crimes are treated different across racial lines.

Wallace’s victims were African American. He killed in the area for nearly 2 years before he was caught, but police weren’t actively pursuing a serial killer until 3 days before Wallace was arrested.

This week, we will talk about who Henry Louis Wallace is, and more importantly, who his victims were, and how he was able to evade capture for 22 months.


***Remember to stay tuned after the outro to hear from our pod friend at Crime in Color!!***


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Research Assistance Provided by: Jooyeong Jeon

Music by: The Blank Tapes


References and Further Reading

Profile of Victims

Henry Louis Wallace Case Study

North Carolina vs. Henry Louis Wallace


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