Today we began our weekly series on an unsolved crime which changed Tallahassee. The Sims Family Murders. Former State Prosecutor Jeremy Mutz began our weekly (Thursdays at 7:00 AM EST) documentary telling us about the Sims family and what went on in the days and hours leading up to the brutal and shocking crime. 

On October 22, 1966 Florida State was playing Mississippi State in football and those not at the game were likely listening to it. Inside the Sims family home a brutal crime was being committed. In today's episode we discussed what daughter Jenny Sims came home to find, notable names in Tallahassee who played a role in the aftermath of the murders, and what investigators found when they walked into the house at 641 Muriel Court. Read more: http://wflafm.iheart.com/onair/preston-scott-776/episode-2-sims-family-murders-15716359/#ixzz4e8tSiicU

On October 22, 1966 Florida State was playing Mississippi State in football and those not at the game were likely listening to it. Inside the Sims family home a brutal crime was being committed. In today's episode we discussed what neighbors, some just yards away, heard and saw at, and near, the house at 641 Muriel Court. Read more: http://wflafm.iheart.com/onair/preston-scott-776/episode-3-the-sims-family-murders-15737009/#ixzz4e8ty1VUM

In today's episode looking at the cold case of The Sims Family Murders of October 1966 former State Prosecutor Jeremy Mutz takes us through the crime scene and witnesses who relay information leading to the first suspect in the case. 

Today, former State Prosecutor Jeremy Mutz discusses theories on how Dr. Sims, a good sized, athletic guy, was subdued prior to the murder of his wife, youngest daughter, and ultimately himself. We also began to look at two potential suspects.