Bayou Justice is a weekly true crime podcast featuring unsolved or historically notable murders and mysteries from South Louisiana — often bizarre cold-case homicides and disappearances examined through interviews with key players, including police investigators, lawyers, victims, and their families.
Frankie Richard is Dead
Saturday night, Frankie Richard told me he was anxious to get back to work on his book about the Jennings 8 murders. He said the world needed to know the truth about Jefferson Davis parish’s dirty cops, prostitution, organized crime, and the route of a...
The Hi-Ho Murder
In 1973, swimmers found a professional fisherman and party barge captain murdered in Holden, Louisiana. The body had been dumped near a bridge over the Tickfaw River. Today, the crime remains unsolved. In 1974, the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office...
Episode 0: Bayou Justice: Louisiana Cold Case Files
HL Arledge's earliest assignments as a crime reporter began in the 1980s, an era of South Louisiana’s most brutal murders. Returning to the bayou after decades in California, he was shocked to find those murders remain unsolved. HL Arledge’s Bayou...