Joleen Cummings, a mother in Nassau County, Florida disappeared Mother's Day 2018. This is the story for the search of Joleen and the search for answers in one of Florida's most puzzling murder cases. This podcast is brought to you by investigative reporter Bridgette Matter at Action News Jax
Episode 6: Kimberly Kessler's jailhouse phone calls
In this episode, detectives examine Kimberly Kessler's state of mind and her feelings about her time in jail. In May 2019, the State Attorney's Office released a series of jailhouse phone calls between Kessler and her mother. These conversations between mother and daughter are believed to be the first since Kessler left Pennsylvania nearly a decade ago.
Epsiode 5: Investigators sort through evidence
In this episode, detectives sort through physical evidence and surveillance they believe is connected to the case. They find out that Kimberly Kessler made several movements in the days and hours prior to Joleen Cumming's disappearance. Yet, there is still no body found.
Episode 4: Landfill investigation
In this episode, investigators take to a South Georgia landfill looking for any items of interest pertaining to their search for Joleen Cummings. Meanwhile, Kimberly Kessler requests legal council.
Episode 3: Investigators question Kimberly Kessler
In this episode, investigators begin questioning Kimberly Kessler about the disappearance of Joleen Cummings. She tells investigators she would prefer to be called "Kim," and jokes with detectives about her aliases and fingerprints.
Episode 2: Joleen's mother speaks out
In this episode, Joleen Cumming's mother, Anne Johnson, speaks out on the search for her missing daughter. While there is still no sign of the mother of three, the search for evidence continues. Johnson thanks law enforcement and the public for their assistance.
Episode 1: Where is Joleen?
Joleen Cummings, a mother in Nassau County, Florida disappeared Mother's Day 2018. This is the story for the search of Joleen and the search for answers in one of Florida's most puzzling murder cases.
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What happened to this podcast? It just suddenly ends! Very unprofessional for a media outlet!
One racist slur ruined the whole podcast👎
Great podcast other than during the interrogation when the officer says the kids were running around “Like Wild Indians”