For this week's True Crime Tuesday Gary & Shannon discuss the case of Adolph Weber, a man who who killed his entire family in Auburn, Calif., in 1904-- and had consequences for criminal law that is still in use today. The Weber family were very successful in their town of Placer County, where the family lived in a massive mansion on a hill overlooking downtown Auburn. In the Fall, Adolph had secretly killed his parents and siblings and started a fire at their home afterwards. Evidence showed that the family memebers were “killed before the fire began,” with visible bullets holes and massive blunt-force trauma that was reported. Rumors began to swirl when evidence such as money that was missing from an unsolved bank robber in Placer County’ was located in the Webster’s barn and how Adolph’s family had discovered his crime and, hoping to cover it up, he murdered them all.