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Introducing: White Eagle
The $7 Million Man
Be On The Lookout
Lawyers, Guns and Money
Where is Victor Gerena?
Introducing Paper Ghosts
The Dead Butterfly
‘I Wish It Was You That Was Dead'
A Hell House
'Mommy, Wake Up'
A Dangerous Man
A Grave For Many
'Are You Aware of the Ransom Calls?'
The Last Remains
Season 1 Update: A Return to Crystal Lake
Introducing Paper Ghosts Season 2
this podcaster is always good at taking what would be maybe a two-episode podcast stretching it out to 10 by repeating the same things over and over and over again
why is the FBI trying to get back Federal Reserve money? they're not part of the American government.
hey Phelps, you got Tammy's fb page buzzing lots of new members ,you rock anyway ,but u hit it out of the park picking Tammy's story. Love it.! Jeri olearl
The stories are great if you can get through two things. 1. the insane amount of ads. it's crazy. little bit of story, 5 ads. I've never heard this many in anyone other podcast. and 2. how in love with himself this guy is. there is more "I, me and my" than any other podcast. he will make sure to remind you how many books he's written and how much of an expert he is MULTIPLE times But I stick through all that with an eye roll to find out what happens in the stories.
I love how people try to say that money is more valuable today than 30 years ago. LMAO 100 DOLLARS 30 YEARS AGO IS GUESS WHAT STILL JUST 100 DOLLARS TODAY IDIOTS.
Did they ever say how the fire was started or in which room did it start in?
why does this guy keep saying she lost her whole family when that's not true. she called other family members to let them know what happened.
This podcast is good, but these commercials are annoying. They make me want to stop listening to the show.
at 32:43 it skips to a completely different subject
There's NO such thing as a lie detector
I grew up Catholic and when it was mentioned that she was stabbed 7 times around the heart it made me think of Mary's 7 Sorrows. Maybe the killer is religious and was thinking of that iconography? Plus he removed the soccer patch of St. Giles soccer club from her shorts.
not newsworthy? many young blond women go missing all the time? I hate how the media decides what is "newsworthy" when people's lives are on the line.
I sometimes wonder about law enforcement and the appearance of doing work on a case. How many times are the dogs they bring out actual certified cadaver or tracking dogs? how many times are the people handling GPR and other sensitive detection equipment actually trained in the use of that equipment? law enforcement tends to benefit from the blanket of complete trust from the public, and pacifying the public in this way would be very easy. pointless, I think, but easy.
If kids and young women disappear from a particular location under seemingly similar circumstances, maybe there's a serial killer. but maybe not. the cases could be related but not necessarily because it is one guy doing it all. sometimes these adorable little rural towns are very slimy dangerous places, and maybe the local culture here is predatory and abusive, and enabling of abuse. so it could be more than one predator, operating on his own, living their best monster lives in a place that allows guys like that to thrive at the expense of the women and children. it, in fact, sounds like Sue was preyed on, abused, and exploited too. being a mother of three, plus however many abortions, by age twenty? "sleeping with" grown men "uncles" since age unknown? why do we always equate drugginess and self destructive behavior, and neglectful behavior, with being a "free spirit"? this twenty year old mother of three with these issues and coping mechanisms and responsibilities she could not handle was not "free".
Great choice ,Tammy deserves the time and attention.Girnell is 40 minutes from Marshall town Iowa where I grew up .. Let's find Tammy's killer.
I could handle not hearing her voice again.
I wish you would look into the Bobo Shinn case out of Magnolia, Arkansas. I love your work. Keep it up!
This seems like an odd case to cover..currently, im 25 mins into season 2 episode 1 and ill keep listening to see if i start getting into it. The daughter talking is extremely melodramatic. Maybe its some type of coping mechanism but its truly not productive for the podcast or the case. The parents murdered weren't exactly stand up members of society either. That doesnt mean they deserved to die by any means, and it also doesnt mean they don't deserve justice, but they might have more enemies than the average person? Also, is it just me or did the ads triple from the amount of ads in the first season?
I liked this a lot - both seasons. Need to start reading his books
I'm tapping out, between the long ads of two friends talking or the stretching out of things I don't wanna listen anymore.