Despite a confession and the case being closed, many still believe the evidence shows the death of Aspen socialite Nancy Pfister wasn’t by the hands of one man.
This weekend the CBS program “48 Hours” will feature a murder case that happened in Colorado’s high country.
Law enforcement initially suspected and arrested two women in the bludgeoning death of an Aspen socialite because one offered shaky answers in a lie-detector test and the other repeatedly threatened to kill the victim.
A former tenant of murdered Aspen socialite Nancy Pfister said in court on Friday that he killed her in her home while she was sleeping.
The district attorney dropped charges against Nancy Styler. Styler’s husband William and another woman, Katherine Carpenter, are still considered suspects in the death of Nancy Pfister.
The district attorney has dropped charges against one of three people accused of killing an Aspen socialite.
An investigator in the murder of an Aspen socialite has asked to see records of a $600,000 bank transfer from the victim’s account, new court documents reveal.
Documents laying out the allegations against three people charged with killing a prominent Aspen woman won’t be released until next month.
A judge has delayed the preliminary hearings for three people accused of murdering an Aspen socialite.
The lawyer for one of three people accused in the killing of Aspen socialite Nancy Pfister says the allegations against her are largely based on “self-serving statements” of Pfister’s assistant, who is also a suspect.