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Dorm Life

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The entire second floor of the Graham-Greenlee dormitory on the University of Arizona’s campus was suddenly awoken in the early morning hours of September 5th, 2007. A fight had broken out between roommates sending Galareka Harrison fleeing down the hall searching for help leaving a trail of blood behind her.

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The entire second floor of the Graham-Greenlee dormitory on the University of Arizona’s campus was suddenly awoken in the early morning hours of September 5th, 2007. A fight had broken out between roommates sending Galareka Harrison fleeing down the hall searching for help leaving a trail of blood behind her.

In this gripping episode, we delve deeper into the bone-chilling incident that took place at the University of Arizona, where two roommates, Mia Henderson and Rekha Harrison, were embroiled in a violent confrontation that ended in tragedy. The story meticulously explores the events and tensions that escalated over time, leading up to the fateful day.


The narrative carefully reconstructs the timeline, providing a detailed account of the relationship between Mia and Rekha, and the circumstances that sowed the seeds of discord. Through interviews and evidence, we examine the different stories presented by Rekha Harrison, whose varying accounts have puzzled investigators and onlookers alike.


As we sift through the layers of this complex case, the episode seeks to uncover the elusive truth behind the harrowing event. We analyze the psychological profiles of the individuals involved, the forensic evidence collected from the scene, and the impact of the incident on the university community.


Listeners are taken on a journey through the eyes of friends, family, and witnesses, piecing together the puzzle of what really happened between the roommates. The episode aims not only to recount the facts but also to understand the human elements at play in this tragedy, providing a more nuanced and comprehensive look at a case that shook the campus to its core.