DiscoverCounterClock
CounterClock

CounterClock

Author: audiochuck

Subscribed: 98,071Played: 2,684,950
Share

Description

In order to tell the story of a crime, you have to turn back time. Every season, Investigative journalist Delia D'Ambra digs deep into a mind-bending mystery with the hopes of reigniting interest in a decades old homicide case.
102 Episodes
Reverse
An investigative journalist revisits her small coastal hometown in North Carolina to dive deep into a 22-year-old cold case murder and arson that's marred the image of where she grew up. This investigative series reveals new clues, never-before-heard interviews and tracks down potential suspects in the case. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 1: Dainty

Episode 1: Dainty

2020-01-1637:1934

A killer remains at-large 22 years after a woman is brutally murdered inside her home in coastal North Carolina. Host, Delia D’Ambra, begins a new investigation into the unsolved murder starting with recollections from eyewitnesses.  For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc 
Kill Devil Hills police detectives, past and present, weigh in on the lagging progress in the case and the location of evidence from Denise's autopsy comes into question. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 3: The Dog

Episode 3: The Dog

2020-01-2340:2214

In 1997, the first eyewitness on scene is detained by police and years later CounterClock tracks him down. Investigators begin to consider Denise’s four-legged companion a critical piece of evidence.  For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 4: Of Interest

Episode 4: Of Interest

2020-01-3043:0110

Denise's roommate from 22 years ago remembers critical details that could help investigators and Delia uncovers a perplexing connection between Denise and the first eyewitness on scene. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc 
Episode 5: Search Warrant

Episode 5: Search Warrant

2020-02-0631:3914

A set of siblings start to suspect their downstairs tenant is involved in the crime and when police return to Norfolk Street, a new lead emerges. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 6: The Brass

Episode 6: The Brass

2020-02-1337:0412

All of the former key law enforcement detectives on he Denise Johnson case go on record about the investigation and mistakes that were made. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 7: Caller Unknown

Episode 7: Caller Unknown

2020-02-1339:2614

CounterClock uncovers a terrible secret about Denise’s past in Florida and unearths a police report from Kill Devil Hills in 1996 that could point to who wanted her dead.  For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
One of the last people to see Denise Johnson alive comes forward and Delia tracks down the man who lived next door to Denise in 1997.  For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
CounterClock revisits the crime scene at 2014 Norfolk Street and uncovers there are secrets beneath the floorboards. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 10: Male Figures

Episode 10: Male Figures

2020-03-0535:4414

Delia tracks down Denise’s long term boyfriends and discovers their overlapping information could point to the murderer’s motive.  For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 11: Vandal

Episode 11: Vandal

2020-03-1232:1812

Someone is still targeting Denise Johnson and a new crime taunts investigators in two neighboring small police departments. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 12: Irrelevant

Episode 12: Irrelevant

2020-03-1826:2111

After two years of searching, Delia tracks down Teresa but runs into unforeseen twists. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 13: New Lead

Episode 13: New Lead

2020-03-2632:2411

Who was really after who inside 2014 Norfolk Street on July 13th 1997? In 2020, a major update emerges in a cold case. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
It’s been four years since CounterClock released an episode on the unsolved murder of Denise Johnson. Delia unravels the newest leads she’s been following related to the case and revisits some of her initial reporting. This is the update episode listeners have been waiting for and now it's time to dive in. View source material and photos for this episode at counterclockpodcast.com. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
It’s been 30 years since someone brutally stabbed 28-year-old Stacey Stanton inside of her second-story apartment. Investigative journalist Delia D’Ambra is back in her hometown on the Outer Banks of North Carolina to figure out if a man was wrongfully convicted for the crime and if the real killer is still out there. The only way to understand Stacey’s story is to move counterclockwise in time; to go backwards to the point where her clock violently stopped.CounterClock Season Two will premier on Thursday, September 10th! For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 1: Cluttered

Episode 1: Cluttered

2020-09-1036:4116

In season two, host Delia D'Ambra is back in her home town to investigate another brutal murder from the 90s. To the local police and DA the case is closed and a man has been sentenced for the crime. But to those who knew the victim it is very much an unsolved case and an innocent man might have been wrongly convicted.In episode one Delia D'Ambra tracks down witnesses who remember the bloody crime scene inside Stacey Stanton's apartment on February 3rd, 1990. Early on, the investigation into how the young waitress died reveals unique clues about who committed the crime. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 2: Prime Suspect

Episode 2: Prime Suspect

2020-09-1045:2214

Within hours, authorities develop their prime suspect in the Stacey Stanton murder case. This lead takes investigators to a town just outside of Manteo and to a man who was with Stacey the night she died. The clock to make an arrest is ticking and racial biases start to come into play even when all the pieces don't quite fit into place. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 3: Open and Shut

Episode 3: Open and Shut

2020-09-1739:2011

Clifton Spencer fights his conviction in court and wins a small victory...but a bigger battle is still head. Delia uncovers that the events from three decades ago still weigh heavy on key players in the case. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
Episode 4: Bar Rats

Episode 4: Bar Rats

2020-09-2434:149

Delia interviews a case of characters who were inside the Green Dolphin Pub on the night of February 2, 1990. These witnesses shed more light on the circumstances leading up to Stacey's murder. For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc
loading
Comments (452)

Art 34

This lady won’t accept anything as fact unless backed up by multiple data sources. Except when an old man uses the word “boy”, that is automatic racism without any confirmation because of her bias. You should have more reason to libel someone as a racist. Extremely unprofessional.

Jul 6th
Reply (1)

Megan

this kid really needs someone to fight for him. thank g_d for CounterClock

Jun 1st
Reply

Megan

this was a homicide. at the very best it was a negligent homicide, somehow.

Jun 1st
Reply

An-D

I think you can be critical without insulting. Sometimes this podcast crosses that line. I'm really sick of hearing people who are critical of law enforcement because they are held to impossible standards. It seems whatever they do, it's never good enough.

Jun 1st
Reply

Christine Venz

Does this episode cut off mid-sentence for anyone else?

May 27th
Reply

Aliza sheikh

check your pesco bill at https://pescobilling.pk/

May 27th
Reply

Aliza sheikh

check your fesco bill at https://fescobilling.pk/

May 27th
Reply

Shraddha Prabhu

f. 5 k

May 24th
Reply

Chasity Quebedeaux

Three lil words "The Tarnished Badge"

May 23rd
Reply

Tony Lovell

the part no one has addressed is if the tall blonde woman at the Amoco were Theresa, why wouldn't there have been a reaction from Denise, the woman who knew Theresa hated her?

May 15th
Reply

Tony Lovell

this show is hurting for content when a repetitious phone call about a damaged memorial marker, which could hardly be expected to tie anyone to the murder, is nursed at such length

May 15th
Reply

Tony Lovell

the host should upgrade her telephone call recording technique. many of the speakers are at the other end of a phone line, and the audio quality is very poor.

May 12th
Reply

Sayda Pervin Nipa

⭕📺📱💻𝗖𝗟𝗜𝗖𝗞 𝗛𝗘𝗥𝗘 𝗪𝗔𝗧𝗖𝗛 𝗗𝗢𝗪𝗡𝗟𝗢𝗔𝗗 ALL 𝗙𝗨𝗟𝗟 MOVIES LINK👉https://www.justhd.online

Apr 19th
Reply

Hernandez Ashley

The ego on this guy!

Apr 6th
Reply

selena

Hi i love sex my contact))))) here https://vipdeit.com/sex21.html

Mar 16th
Reply

Get the Truth

time of day. people in those neighborhoods don't get up until late in the day. they were still sleeping when Bruce was killed unfortunately.

Jan 31st
Reply

Hannah

why was this interview even posted? this guy is an idiot and he clearly did zero research

Jan 24th
Reply

Cynthia Molinar

I believe Bruce was killed by someone that his Bussines partners hired because he knew too much & Bruce wanted to get out of all the bussiness & live the rest of his life in his religious beliefs. He had no reason to be where he was. The evidence is all there ,but the amount of corruption in New Orleans was covered up! It only makes sense. I hope & pray for justce for him, but mostly his family & people who love him.

Dec 13th
Reply