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Episode 62

Does Matthew Kroll Have More Victims?

August 10, 2020   Tags: , ,
Paul and Billy look into the murder of Heidi Newman, a case Paul investigated while supervising the crime lab in 2003. It's a case that held similarities to a still unsolved murder six years prior. With the help of investigator...

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Episode 61

Rita Hester and the Murders of Black Transgender Women in America

August 3, 2020   Tags: , ,
In 1998, Rita Hester was murdered in her Boston apartment. Rita was active in the transgender community and her gruesome death inspired Transgender Remembrance Day—but her murderer is still out there. Paul and Billy...

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Episode 60

Carrie Brown: An American Jack the Ripper Victim?

July 26, 2020   Tags: , ,
This week Billy and Paul travel to 1891 New York City to investigate the unsolved murder of Carrie Brown. While often tied to Jack The Ripper, no conclusive evidence has linked the two and the case that caused a media storm...

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Episode 59

The Possible Victims of Bobby Jack Fowler

July 20, 2020   Tags: , , ,
This week Paul and Billy decided to look into cases that their friend Michelle McNamara, author of I'll Be Gone in the Dark, looked into on her blog True Crime Diary. They look at unsolved cases in Oregon and the link to...

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Episode 58

What Happened to Tamla Horsford?

July 13, 2020   Tags: ,
This week Paul and Billy look into the mysterious death of Tamla Horsford. Tamla Horsford was the only black guest at the adult slumber party in Cumming, Georgia. She knew the birthday woman because their sons played football...

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Episode 57

The Murder of Vanessa Guillen and the Unsolved Homicides of Fort Hood

In this episode, Billy and Paul will delve into the eight cases of unsolved homicides and unknown causes of death of soldiers from the base. And with the help of Murder Squad listeners, they take a closer look at how the US Army...

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Episode 56

MISSING: Vanessa Guillen and Kierra Coles

This week Paul and Billy look into two separate missing persons cases. The first is a soldier who went missing while on post. The second is a mail carrier last seen on camera leaving her home. Neither case is related. Each in a...

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Episode 55

Elizabeth Short: The Black Dahlia, Part 2

June 22, 2020   Tags: ,
In January 1947, an aspiring young actress was savagely killed by what newspapers called a “werewolf.” Her injuries and post mortem slices could only have been done by a monster. But 73 years later, her family, the media and...

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Episode 54

How Defunding the Police Could Help Solve More Crimes—and Contribute to Eliminating the Systemic Racism in Law Enforcement

George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Oscar Grant, Michael Brown, Charleena Lyles, Stephon Clark, Tamir Rice, Walter Scott, Eric Garner. These are a fraction of the names of black men and women killed by police officers. In August of...

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Episode 53

Elizabeth Short: The Black Dahlia

June 8, 2020   Tags: ,
It’s a case most people know by two words: “Black Dahlia.” The case is one of the most infamous unsolved murders in history. Even now, 73 years later, the savageness that took the life of a young, aspiring actress...

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