"Somebody Somewhere" is a true crime investigative podcast series from RainStream Media, Inc. In Season 1, hosts David Payne and Jody Gottlieb tackle the open federal investigation into the 2001 murder of federal prosecutor Tom Wales. This 18-year-old case remains one of the highest priorities of the U.S. Department of Justice and has a $1.5 million reward. In Season 2, Payne and Gottlieb take you into a world few people ever experience as they investigate a 2016 mass shooting in a Seattle homeless encampment known as "The Jungle." Three teenage brothers were arrested for the crime, but are they the real killers? Only the Jungle knows.
After 18 years, the government has made its first arrest. Investigators have charged 34-year-old Shawna Reid with lying to a grand jury and obstruction of justice relating to conversations she may or may not have had with someone bragging about the murder of Tom Wales. Payne and Gottlieb dig into the curious allegations.
Now in its second season, Hell And Gone is a podcast from iHeartRadio and School of Humans that follows writer and private investigator Catherine Townsend as she investigates unsolved deaths in small-town Arkansas This season, she dives into the mysterious death of Janie Ward, a 16-year old high school student who died at a party in 1989 in Marshall, Arkansas. In the 30 years since her death, no one has been able to determine how she died even though there have been multiple investigations and her body has been autopsied three times. Season 1 investigated the cold-case murder of Rebekah Gould, a beautiful and popular college student who was killed in 2004.
By design and nature, criminal trials are mere snapshots of an isolated event. Payne and Gottlieb go back in time to explore the roots of the 2016 Jungle Murders, including the federal indictment and takedown of the Vietnamese Gang that ran the Jungle's drug trade.
After sitting in on the mistrial of the teenagers charged with the 2016 Jungle Murders, Payne and Gottlieb explore the political consequences spawned by the murders and begin their independent investigation into this unresolved, two-year-old case.
Murder in a Seattle homeless encampment known as The Jungle. Three teenage brothers were charged, but are they the real killers? Only The Jungle knows. Join former federal prosecutor David Payne and producer Jody Gottlieb as they investigate. Somebody Somewhere Season 2: The Jungle Murders premieres June 11, 2019.
In the second of two special epilogue episodes, Payne and Gottlieb uncover new information about the large sums of money being spent and made in the government's and Bell Helicopter Textron's joint efforts to ground 204B helicopters.
In the first of two special epilogue episodes, Payne and Gottlieb receive a mysterious envelope containing a 20-year-old investigative report from the Department of Transportation that leads them to dig further into the helicopter case that was at the center of the Tom Wales death investigation.
In the Season One Finale, Payne and Gottlieb travel to Texas where they meet with two key witnesses who finally explain what was really going on with Bell Helicopters Textron and the FAA, and how it allegedly relates to Tom Wales' murder.
The FBI locks in on their prime suspect, a commercial pilot, whose threats against Wales were impossible to ignore. Payne and Gottlieb track down a critical witness who relates what happened before and after the murder.