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The story of Chappaquiddick is not only about Ted Kennedy or Mary Jo Kopechne. It was also about the Boiler Room Girls, the women who were Mary Jo's co-workers -- and her friend. Many theories about what happened that night have been explored in this podcast. And in the final episode of Cover-Up , a mysterious letter reveals new details about the story that has been shrouded in secrecy for nearly 50 years. To continue the discussion, .
Ye Shall Seek the Truth
Peel back a layer that you think brings you closer to answers about Chappaquiddick, and you find more questions. What to make of the story of a young girl who witnessed an unusual occurrence on the island the night of Ted Kennedy’s car accident. She has never spoken publicly about that moment -- until now. Hear her story, and that of the man who tried to solve the decades-long mystery but was a complete mystery himself. A man who’s quest for the truth took us down the rabbit hole. To continue the discussion, .
Swept Under the Rug
The investigation into Chappaquiddick was cloaked in an atmosphere of threats, fear and intimidation. The attempt to have Mary Jo Kopechne’s body exhumed for an autopsy was fought by her parents — and would become their lasting regret. Hear from the experts who testified about Mary Jo’s final moments - and from the last man who tried to find out what happened that night. To continue the discussion, .
The Secret Keepers
President Nixon had been in office nearly seven months at the time of the Chappaquiddick accident but he viewed Ted Kennedy as a potential threat to his political future. So he sent his private investigator to dig up some dirt, a man who may have known more about Chappaquiddick that anyone else. Learn about his secret investigation and hear from one of the the Senator’s closest confidantes, whom he called in the early morning hours after the accident. To continue the discussion, .