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When she isn't anchoring weekend newscasts, KHQ's Haley Guenthner produces investigative pieces and covers crime all over the Inland Northwest. The Q6 Cold Case podcast reveals some of Spokane's most notorious, if not forgotten, crime cases.

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When she isn't anchoring weekend newscasts, KHQ's Haley Guenthner produces investigative pieces and covers crime all over the Inland Northwest. The Q6 Cold Case podcast reveals some of Spokane's most notorious, if not forgotten, crime cases.

    Murder, Love and Money

    Murder, Love and Money

    The story begins in Kootenai County, Idaho in the mid-1990s. That's when Christopher Loesch's grandfather was shot to death. In 1998, Christopher's grandmother was also murdered. It would take years, and revelations uncovered in yet another murder, but police finally were closing in on Christopher's mother and her lover as suspects. The women took Christopher and spent close to a decade on the run. In 2008, the women were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide. But where was Christopher?

    • 18 min
    The Devil's in the Details

    The Devil's in the Details

    The wheels of justice have turned at a slow and very painful pace for a Spokane rape survivor. Her attacker broke more than a dozen bones in her body, sexually assaulted her, and left her to suffocate in a tied plastic bag. Because her wrists were so badly broken, she was able to escape the ties and call for help. Her rapist got away with the crime for nearly 20 years until the DNA he was forced to give after a felony property crime charge tied him to the vicious assault. For the first time, the victim is sharing her story.

    • 17 min
    The Yates Effect

    The Yates Effect

    The late 90's in Spokane was one of the darkest time periods in our history. A serial killer was among us. But Robert Yates wasn't the only killer targetting Spokane women. The family of murder victim Margaret Anselmo knows Yates wasn't her killer, but fear because it happened when it did and resources were so maxed out, they may never get justice.

    • 16 min
    The Evidence Room

    The Evidence Room

    In August of 1977, the bones of 19-year-old Robert Lee were found scattered in a rural wooded area in Stevens County. Evidence in his homicide was scarce. Because of that, prosecutors held his remains in the evidence room for more than 20 years, longer than he was alive. This case has many factors working against it, but one retired sheriff's office employee isn't giving up hope.

    • 12 min
    Off Ramsey Road

    Off Ramsey Road

    A day at the North Idaho State Fair ended in a mystery that is yet to unravel decades later.

    • 17 min
    Into the Woods

    Into the Woods

    In July of 2017, 50-year-old Marty Lang seemingly vanished into thin air. He made it to his rural property outside of Newport after work and set down his lunchbox. It was found about a foot or two from the driver’s side door. Those who knew him best believe there was a deadly encounter in his driveway. The sheriff isn’t so sure.

    • 21 min

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