Retired Cold Case Investigator Paul Holes and Investigative Journalist Billy Jensen dig deep into unsolved murders, unidentified remains and missing persons cases. Each week listeners ride shotgun as Holes and Jensen attempt to solve the crime using a variety of methods, from old-fashioned detective work to advanced technologies including familial DNA searches, social media geotargeting, and maybe most important—the skills of their listeners who send in tips and theories, becoming active members of The Murder Squad.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into a killer that Paul has been investigating since his time on the job. William "Wild Bill" Huff is in prison for two murders, but law enforcement believes he could be guilty of many more. Billy and Paul welcome Contra Costa County Deputy District Attorney Colleen Gleason to discuss the details of the case.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes dive into the cases of four women out of Las Vegas, Nevada. Each case raises questions about a man-Neal Falls-who was killed in Charleston, West Virginia. Paul and Billy talk with Heather Saul who defended herself and most likely saved other women from becoming victims of Neal Falls.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into perhaps the most prolific serial killer in American history--Samuel Little. They discuss details of the over 90 confessions Little has made--those confirmed and not confirmed. We need the Murder Squad's help in identifying the still unknown victims.
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Billy Jensen and Paul Holes with the help of clinical and forensic psychologist and co-host of the daytime talk show The Doctors Dr. Judy Ho look into their first female serial killer. They delve into the case of confessed serial killer nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer from Woodstock, Ontario, Canada.
In this special live episode from a packed Skylight Books in Los Angeles, Karen Kilgariff interviews Billy on the night of the release of his book "Chase Darkness with Me: How One True Crime Writer Started Solving Murders." They talk about Billy's first ever murder case, his first solve, their mutual friend Michelle McNamara, and the Golden State Killer--with the help of surprise guest Paul (who Polly was hiding at the bar until the right moment).
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes dive into the missing person case of Morgan Bauer. Bauer went missing from the Atlanta area three and half years ago. Billy and Paul talk to Morgan's mother Sherri about the investigation and her continued search.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into the active fugitive case of Raymond "RJ" McLeod. McLeod is wanted for the murder of Krystal Mitchell. Billy and Paul talk with Josephine Wentzel, Krystal's mother, about her own investigation and where McLeod could currently be.
This week Billy Jensen and Paul Holes discuss serial killer Charles Jackson and the case that brought him to Paul's attention. The guys welcome the original prosecutor Rockne Harmon to give details on how they were able to link more cases to Jackson.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes interview retired detective Cliff Shepard about an unsolved murder that has been possibly linked to the Manson Family. They dive into the history of the Manson family murders as well as possible other victims.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes welcome The Fall Line's Laurah Norton. The three look into the unsolved case of Jenkins County Jane Doe, an unidentified woman who was found inside a duffel bag in a dumpster on Valentine's Day 1988.
A search for a missing couple leads to a gruesome discovery and details of an unsolved quadruple murder. Paul Holes and Billy Jensen look into the case of convicted serial killer Todd Kohlhepp. Billy and Paul talk to Melissa Ponder, the widow of Scott Ponder--one of Kohlhepp's victims.
Listen to Billy Jensen and Paul Holes dive into to the investigation of the murder of Faith Hedgepeth. While talking with true crime television producer Kelly McLear, Billy and Paul and the Murder Squad learn new details in the case.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into the disappearance of 17-year-old Alissa Turney from Phoenix, Arizona. Alissa's sister Sarah joins Billy and Paul to give details into the case and where it stands now.
Paul Holes and Billy Jensen investigate the unsolved deaths of eight women now known as the Jeff Davis 8. In this special episode--the first ever live Murder Squad recording-they also reveal the identity of three of the Allenstown 4 and updates about other potential victims of Terry Rasmussen.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes take a close look into the case of Israel Keyes. Keyes was a serial killer who actively travelled to commit murder. Based on statements made by Keyes, he has several more victims, which is where the Murder Squad comes in.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes discuss the case of serial killer Joseph Naso. Naso used the ruse of photography to lure victims, and for the first time Paul discusses the photos still waiting to be identified.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes discuss the possibility of serial killer(s) in Chicago. Together with the founder of the Murder Accountability Project Thomas Hargrove, Billy and Paul dive into the details of over 50 cases that have remained unsolved beginning nearly two decades ago in Chicago, Illinois.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes jump into the investigation of the I-5 Strangler-Roger Kibbe. Jensen and Holes go over the details of the case with retired investigator Vito Bertocchini, who is continuing his search for other victims of Kibbe.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes welcome special guest Ashley Flowers from Crime Junkie Podcast to discuss the murders of Abby Williams and Liberty German in Delphi, Indiana. They also discuss the unsolved murders of Elizabeth Collins and Lyric Cook out of Evansdale, Iowa.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes discuss the unsolved murders of women and girls in the Santa Rosa, California area from the 1970's that have been possibly linked to serial killer Ted Bundy.
"Relaxing Piano Music" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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