Ghostly Visit Leads to the Identification of Her Killer

Teresita Basa’s spirit returned to solve her own murder.

Teresita Basa and her convicted killer, Allan Showery. Source

In the late-night hours of the 21st of February, 1977, the Chicago Fire Department responded to an emergency call at the Pine Grove Avenue Apartments. A maintenance worker had called to report a fire in the apartment of 47-year-old Teresita Basa.

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Crime Journalist | Criminology B.A. | Studying Forensic Psych | Editor at The Greigh Area | I’ve loved true crime since Forensic Files was Medical Detectives!

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Crime Journalist | Criminology B.A. | Studying Forensic Psych | Editor at The Greigh Area | I’ve loved true crime since Forensic Files was Medical Detectives!

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