Melissa Morgan hosts a raucous, often funny, always compelling adventure into murders and mysteries and other weirdness she finds fascinating. Looking into solved and unsolved homicide cases and looking for tips from anywhere, from anyone, on anything, Melissa's curiosity and love of detective work and forensic science is contagious.
Melissa's sense of humor and interest in spirituality also make for a wild ride. A broadcasting professional by training, she has written for a nationally-syndicated comedy radio show, been a music DJ in a major US radio market, run one of the country's most popular comedy clubs - AND - she teaches yoga! All of which makes for a truly fascinating, often hilarious, often edge-of-your-seat, riveting personality and a completely enthralling listening experience.
Send your tips on ANYTHING to Melissa Morgan by sending an email to JTTIPSTERS@GMAIL.COM - or call the Tip-Ster Hotline and leave a voice mail message at (832) TIP-STER - (832-847-7837)!
Smells Like Crystal Rogers And Will Cierzan Updates
Updates on two troubling missing person cases out of Kentucky and California.
Smells Like An Exorcism Of Logic - Paul Bateson, Addison Verrill And The Six Unknowns
The case of Paul Bateson, the radiological technologist who appeared in the film "The Exorcist," went on to murder a well-known film journalist and may have been responsible for six additional murders in the New York City area in the early- to mid-1970s.
Smells Like A Vanishing On Route 19 - Diane Augat's Long Walk To Nowhere
A woman vanishes along a stretch of road in Western Florida never to be seen again - except parts of her body, some of her clothing and a bag of her toiletries - all found days, months - even years - apart.
Smells Like Ingenious Genealogy - With Special Guest David Mittelman
A fascinating discussion with David Mittelman, Ph.D, CEO of Othram Labs in Texas. Mittelman and his team are on the cutting edge of the application of DNA evidence using genetic genealogy and genomics, and have developed methods that can make even the most degraded or contaminated DNA reliable in identifying perpetrators.
Smells Like: Who Would Do This To Big Tom Biedenharn?
The unsolved murder of a kind and generous 73 year-old humanitarian in his southern Indiana home over the Memorial Day weekend in 2018.
Smells Like Multiple Updates - Tanqueray And Scott Peterson
Updates on cases covered in Episodes 16 and 19 of Just The Tip-Sters
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Why isn’t this a 5 Star Pod
No clue why this well written & narrated show doesn’t have at least 4 stars.
So much to love about Melissa’s natural & warm voice, her interesting stories and her genuine & compassionate respect for victims.
I really enjoyed listening to the Golden State Park killer series. I am not generally into podcasts or shows about serial killers but as a woman and human being I think it's important to not stay in a bubble all the time that these things do not happen or happen to other people. The series went in to great detail with respect for the victims and great detail about situations that may have contributed to such a monster committing such heinous crimes and remaining undetected for so long.
I enjoyed this podcast up until episode one that came out on 10/07. This episode was just nasty.