Crime Stories with Nancy Grace: Music Conservatory Brainiac Naked, Muddy, Kills 4

On a September day, Orion Krause calls his mom to get a ride home. The pair decide to visit her parents. Not long after, four bloody bodies are found in the family home.: Krause’s grandparents, Elizabeth Lackey, 85, and Frank Lackey, 89, his mother, Elizabeth Krause, 60, and the health care worker, Bertha Mae Parker, 68.

Down the street, a neighbor is calling 911 after a naked man, covered in mud, shows up at his front door, saying he’s just murdered four people. It’s Orion Krause.

Joining Nancy Grace Today:

Dale Carson – Criminal Defense Attorney (Jacksonville), Former FBI Agent, Former Police Officer, Author: “Arrest-Proof Yourself”
Dr. Angela Arnold – Psychiatrist, Atlanta GA. Expert in the Treatment of Pregnant/Postpartum Women, Former Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynecology: Emory University, Former Medical Director of The Psychiatric Ob-Gyn Clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital
Dan Corsentino – Former Police Chief, Former Sheriff, Served on US Homeland Security Senior Advisory Board, Private Investigator
Dr. Todd M. Barr, M.D. – Deputy Medical Examiner/Forensic Pathologist at Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office (Cleveland OH)
Angenette Levy – Emmy-nominated Reporter & Anchor; Twitter: @Angenette5

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[Feature Photo: FILE — Orion Krause, right, stands with his attorney Edward Wayland, left, at Krause’s arraignment in Ayer District Court, in Ayer, Mass., in this Monday, Sept. 11, 2017 file photo. Prosecutors say 26-year-old Krause, of Rockport, Maine, was sentenced Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021, to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 25 years after pleading guilty to four counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of his mother, grandparents, and his grandparents’ caretaker in 2017. (Josh Reynolds/The Boston Globe via AP, Pool, File)]