4 episodes

From the creative minds behind Crime Junkie and with participation from the Indiana State Police, Ashley Flowers takes you alongside the reinvestigation into one of Indianapolis' most infamous unsolved cases.

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From the creative minds behind Crime Junkie and with participation from the Indiana State Police, Ashley Flowers takes you alongside the reinvestigation into one of Indianapolis' most infamous unsolved cases.

    Episode 3: The Men That Came Before

    Episode 3: The Men That Came Before

    To understand this case in 2019, we need to go back to the men who built the foundation of it starting back in 1978.
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    • 30 min
    Episode 2: Box of Snakes

    Episode 2: Box of Snakes

    The Burger Chef Murders are synonymous with two clay busts but where did we get them from and should we still be using them as a lead?
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    • 26 min
    Episode 1: So Many Rabbit Holes

    Episode 1: So Many Rabbit Holes

    In this first episode Ashley meets with First Sergeant Bill Dalton of the Indiana State Police to discuss one of the most infamous unsolved case in their files... the Burger Chef Murders.
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    • 27 min
    Episode 4: Item 8063

    Episode 4: Item 8063

    First Sergeant Bill Dalton is taking a new approach to solving this 41-year-old cold case, and this new approach has uncovered new evidentiary possibilities that may be the killer's undoing.
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    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

avocato. ,

This is amazing!!!!!

I watched these one after the other without stopping and I really hope we will have a future episode saying in all caps : CAPTURED

Shawniiee ,

Waste

This is awful. Nothing of any use. Also this all could have been one episode. Ashley Flower’s isn’t so great when she’s not plagiarizing.

Mc whinin ,

Just an opportunistic podcast with no real info

There's about five minutes (and that's generous) of relative information in this 4 part podcast. It seems that the purpose of the podcast is to insert the narrator into the historical events. Very little new information other then her opinions. Equally a search for attention for the crime as it is for the narrator. They decided at one point to use different names for people but just beeped out the names,making it not only annoying but hard to follow. This could've been a half an hour podcast not five episodes. Even then it would contain very little. Time wasted.

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