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

SEASON THREE Episode 1: Give or Walk?

This season I will cover the many crimes of an offender named Peter Piper. In this episode, I introduce you to “Mary” and the crime that landed then eighteen-year-old Peter Piper in jail in the first place.

MUSIC:

Season 2 Bonus Interview #3 – Forensic Psychologist Scott Johnson

I interview Scott Allen Johnson, Licensed Psychologist, about this case, hoping to get some insight into the type of perpetrator that would commit this crime. He is a forensic consultant and adjunct instructor at Florida Gulf Coast University.
To check out some of Mr. Johnson’s articles, click on the publications link on his website.