Season Five: Episode 1 – The Murder of Rachel Timmerman

Marvin Gabrion bound Rachel Timmerman and tossed her, alive, into a lake, days before he was to go on trial for her rape. He also killed her baby – who has never been found – and three other men, two of whom have also never been found. This season covers all of those cases.

The Color of Night – I recommend this book, written by Rachel’s father and uncle.

 

MUSIC:

Kevin MacLeod, Incompetech – Almost in F

Kevin MacLeod, Incompetech – Immersed

Kevin MacLeod, Incompetech – Despair and Triumph

Kevin MacLeod, Incompetech – Classic Horror

Kevin MacLeod, Incompetech – Long Note One

Borrtex – See You Soon

Scott Holmes – Damned

Cullah – Comfort To You

 

Season 4 – Episode 4: The Murder of Arnold Holmes

In the last episode, I continue my conversation with Brett Holmes, Arnold’s cousin, who’s also the law enforcement officer I worked with on this case. We discuss Detective Pratt, as well as another case (that of Janette Roberson, my second season) and I give the final summation of what we learned about why this case is where it is, as well as the issues surrounding that gun.

(Episode 4 of 4)

 

MUSIC

Axletree – Song for a Sunlit Moth

Axletree – Nut Brown Bowl (After John Barleycorn)

Lobo Loco – Burning Sunshine

Axletree – Vervain

Axletree – Small Daffs

Black Twig Pickers – Lonesome Valley

 

You can see the full NBC News report on gun tracing that I excerpted from, HERE.

 

 

Season 4 – Episode 1: The Murder of Arnold Holmes

A simple owner/tenant dispute that ends in murder/suicide isn’t quite as simple as it seems.

(Episode 1 of 4)

MUSIC

 Blue Dot Sessions – Roundpine

Axletree – Vervain

Blue Dot Sessions – Cold Summers

Axletree – I Leaned My Back Against an Oak After the Water is Wide

Axletree – Fire Tree

 

S3: BONUS EPISODE – Letters From Pete

Remember that bag I said I needed to unpack in an earlier episode? About the murder trial Peter Piper was a witness for in 1980, which put him in the Federal Prison System as a protection case? This episode explains what happened.
MUSIC CREDITS:

S3: Episode 5, Part 2 – The Thompsons

Richard and Alida Thompson were young high school sweethearts, married less than a year when they became victims of Peter Piper. This is Part 2 of their story.

MUSIC:

Blue Dot Sessions – Strange Dog Walk

S3: Episode 5, Part 1 – The Thompsons

Richard and Alida Thompson were high school sweethearts married less than a year when they became victims of Peter Piper.

This is Part 1 of their story.

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MUSIC CREDITS:

Blue Dot Sessions – Douglass Stairs

Blue Dot Sessions – Dolly and Pad

Blue Dot Sessions – Uncertain Ground

Blue Dot Sessions – McKrary

S3: Episode 4 – Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Meet the women responsible for Peter Piper’s capture after two years of eluding police.

MUSIC:

Nina Cardec, Tenebris Lux Mea

Visciera, In the Unlikely Event

Cullah, I’m On My Way

S3: Episode 3 – Backdrop

There was a lot going on in Lake County, Michigan when Peter Piper escaped, including racial tension, an officer involved shooting, and an alleged assassination attempt against Sheriff Robert Blevins. This episode details these matters, including Detective Pratt’s findings on the alleged assasination attempt – from a previously CONFIDENTIAL report regarding the incident.

MUSIC:

Lobo Loco – Echoes Boogie Dancehall

Ross Oldenberg – Five-O Improvisation

Lobo Loco – Visions of 2018

Lobo Loco – After All