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From the makers of Black Hands comes an intriguing story of murder, shady pasts and unanswered questions. On a rainy April Sunday, 22 years ago, scrap metal dealer John Reynolds went to work for a few hours. He never came home.

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    • True Crime
    • 3.9 • 60 Ratings

From the makers of Black Hands comes an intriguing story of murder, shady pasts and unanswered questions. On a rainy April Sunday, 22 years ago, scrap metal dealer John Reynolds went to work for a few hours. He never came home.

    Episode three: Denials and dead ends

    Episode three: Denials and dead ends

    It was a brutal murder of a family man. Somebody knows who did it, but they're not talking. Not to the police anyway. 9biu9iz9

    • 31 min
    Episode two: A murky past

    Episode two: A murky past

    John 'The Pom' Reynolds moved to New Zealand as a young man, starting a family and building a life here. But his stories from his old life involved shootings and shady deals. Then there was the rail yard fight that left another man dead.

    • 32 min
    Episode one: Lying in a pool of blood

    Episode one: Lying in a pool of blood

    It's Sunday. Scrap metal dealer John Reynolds has opened his yard for the morning, but business is slow. That night he doesn't come home. His brother Michael goes looking for him; it's dark in the yard and Michael needs a torch. That's when he sees the body.

    • 29 min
    Heavy Metal - Trailer

    Heavy Metal - Trailer

    On a rainy April Sunday, 22 years ago, scrap metal dealer John Reynolds went to work for a few hours. He never came home.

    • 1 min

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
60 Ratings

60 Ratings

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I had quite enjoyed this podcast. A little shorter than Gone Fishing, and less conclusion, but nonetheless, great effort in reporting.

Wake up Australia ,

Kiwi gold

To anybody who didn’t give this five stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ is possible suffering from lead poisoning and a side affect being its affect on your brains capacity to know the difference between great and bad.

It’s so nice how it is told in a straight to the point way.
It grabs you in a way a great storyteller is telling you over a camp fire.
The research seems well researched and leaving the listener to draw conclusions rather then have it forced is a hard act that few can do.
Thank you so much for the Podcast and l look forward to your next one.

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