Anne Marie Fahey was a beautiful, ambitious secretary to the Governor of Delaware when she disappeared in 1996. Anne Marie had been having an affair with a married man—an affair she had ended. But her ex-lover, Thomas Capano, was not a man who took no for an answer. In fact, he had been stalking Anne Marie for weeks.
Thomas Capano, a powerful attorney and father of four, denied knowing anything about Anne Marie's disappearance. But when the truth came to the surface, Anne Marie’s loved ones were devastated and Capano’s image was destroyed. He was exposed as a womanizer, a man with a temper, and ultimately, a cold-blooded murderer.
Anne Marie had defied Capano when she broke things off with him to pursue a better life with a new love interest. He wanted to keep her to himself. When Anne Marie had the confidence to leave him, he murdered her, enlisting the help of his brother to dispose of her body.
Join us at the quiet end today for Out to Sea: The Murder of Anne Marie Fahey.