Case 62: The Honolulu Strangler

10/7/2017, 2:07:23 PM , duration(0:0:2)
Society & Culture Society & Culture/History
<p>Since the tourism boom of the 1950&#39;s, the Hawaiian islands have been enticing tourists into their relaxed, laid-back lifestyle. From the early days, honeymooners and holidaymakers could arrive in droves, welcomed by smiling hula dancers with floral leis.</p> <p>Hawaii is made up of 132 islands with a total area of six and a half thousand square miles. The Island of Oahu is home to the state’s Capital, Honolulu, and the famous Waikiki Beach. It has a large port, Army and Naval Bases and is home to Pearl Harbour.</p> <hr> <p>Researched and written by Anna Priestland</p> <p>For all credits and sources please visit <a href="http://casefilepodcast.com/case-62-honolulu-strangler/"><strong>casefilepodcast.com/case-62-honolulu-strangler</strong></a></p>