APPALACHIA, WV, KY, VA (WVNS) – Every other Tuesday at Midnight, we bring you the most notorious, most unknown, and the deepest crime cases that Appalachia has to offer.

The thirteenth episode of Crime In The Coalfields, centered around the gruesome murder of a random, innocent victim, is available right now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and here on our website.

A gruesome murder right here in Raleigh County, West Virginia. A random victim, a female perpetrator. Both of these aspects make this case a rare and unusual occurrence. Ronald Lee Browning was murdered and lacerated beyond recognition. After a string of robberies on the same street in Beckley brought police to the scene, a woman was arrested and admitted to the crime: 19-year-old Camille Browne.

The case was open and shut, but despite that, there is still a sufficient mystery surrounding the murder.

Camille Browne’s defense plea got her a better sentence than many others. She received a 30-year-sentence for the murder, and 35 years indeterminate for the other associated crimes. The real question is: what really caused her to murder Ron Browning?

Listen to the brand new episode and all of the previous Crime in the Coalfields episodes right here!