S10: Episode 3 – Julie Doe: A Victim Renamed

It is learned that Jane Doe was actually born a biological male, and was living as a transgender woman when she died.
 
MUSIC:  
Homeward Angel and Wait for Me courtesy of mobygratis.com

S10: Episode 2 – Bubba & Jay

The only lead investigators had in this case involves a convoluted tale including a tall, strawberry blonde, a confidential informant, two roommates, and conflicting information.
 
MUSIC:
Homeward Angel and Strata courtesy of mobygratis.com

S10: Episode 1 – Clermont Florida Jane Doe

On September 25, 1988, the decomposed body of a female was found on county road 474, about halfway between highways 33 and 27 just outside Clermont, Florida in the Four Corners area.
As of this airing, this Jane Doe has never been identified.
 
MUSIC:  
Homeward Angel and Strata courtesy of mobygratis.com

S9: Episode 5 – The Hunter

Perhaps the most important witness in Teryl Orcutt’s murder is discussed in the final episode of the season.
 
*MUSIC CREDITS*  
The Poison Tree/David Lynch Remix courtesy of  mobygratis.com
Walk With Me courtesy of mobygratis.com

S9: Episode 3 – Eerily Similar – I95 killer and another abduction

A few months after Teryl Orcutt was murdered, a Florida Highway Patrol Trooper abducted a woman he’d stopped and then killed her before hiding her body in a remote area off the highway. He was looked at on Teryl’s case due to similarities. Also in this episode, I speak with a woman who had a similar experience, but she got away. 
 
*MUSIC CREDITS*  
The Poison Tree/David Lynch Remix courtesy of  mobygratis.com

S9: Episode 2 – Teryl is found

A week after Teryl went missing, her body was found about four miles down the same County Road where her abandoned car had been spotted by witnesses.
 
*MUSIC CREDITS*  
The Poison Tree/David Lynch Remix courtesy of  mobygratis.com

S9: Episode 1 – Teryl Steele Orcutt

On January 21, 1990, Teryl Orcutt’s 1989 red 2 door Ford Thunderbird was found abandoned on the side of County Road 218 in Middleburg Florida. The car was running, lights were on, purse inside vehicle, yet no sign of the driver. This season covers Teryl’s unsolved homicide.
 
*MUSIC CREDITS*
The Poison Tree/David Lynch Remix courtesy of  mobygratis.com

S8 BONUS Episode – State v. Charles Messer

Darlene Messer became pen-pals with a man on death row. This episode introduces you to what landed Charles Messer in Florida State Prison…for life.

Special thanks to Bruce Elrick, who created the death row videothat I excerpted with his permission in this episode.

You can see the full video here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XozxYKgqi4k

MUSIC:

Music from https://filmmusic.io
“Bent and Broken” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Hope is Gone – mobygratis.com non-commercial non-exclusive

 

S8 Episode 8: Epilogue

Summation

NOTE: If you have any information about the murder of Darlene Messer, please contact:

Columbia County Sheriff’s Office
386-719-7510  

Website www.columbiasheriff.org

MUSIC:

Music from https://filmmusic.io
“Come Play With Me” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

Music from https://filmmusic.io
“Long Note One” by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)
License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

The Perfect Life (with Wayne Coyne) by Moby, courtesy of https://mobygratis.com