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There are thousands of unsolved homicides as well as thousands of missing persons cases across the Lone Star State. gone cold podcast - texas true crime seeks to explore these mysteries in-depth, with a concentration on both lesser-known cases and providing the victims and their families with a voice.

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There are thousands of unsolved homicides as well as thousands of missing persons cases across the Lone Star State. gone cold podcast - texas true crime seeks to explore these mysteries in-depth, with a concentration on both lesser-known cases and providing the victims and their families with a voice.

    Carla Walker: The Arrest of Glen Samuel McCurley

    Carla Walker: The Arrest of Glen Samuel McCurley

    A summary of the arrest warrant affidavit of Glen Samuel McCurley, charged with the capital murder of Carla Jan Walker in 1974

    #JusticeForCarla.

    • 12 min
    Arrest Made in the 1974 Abduction & Slaying of Carla Jan Walker

    Arrest Made in the 1974 Abduction & Slaying of Carla Jan Walker

    #JusticeForCarla

    • 4 min
    Hub City Homicides Part 1: Vickie June Stokes & Deborah Sue Williamson

    Hub City Homicides Part 1: Vickie June Stokes & Deborah Sue Williamson

    Throughout the 1970s, Lubbock Texas lived up the nickname “Hub City,” though not for the reasons they wanted. It was a hub for criminal activity. The city’s violent crime rate was and is high but a series of unsolved murders from the decade still haunt Lubbock to this day. These are the stories of two of the victims of brutal slayings that both occurred in the year 1975: Vickie June Stroud Stokes in March or early April of that year and Deborah Sue Agnew Williamson in August.

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    #JusticeForDebbieSueWilliamson #JusticeForVickieJuneStokes #Lubbock #LubbockTX #LubbockCountyTX #Texas #TX #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Unsolved #UnsolvedMurder #ColdCase

    • 34 min
    Wondery Presents Even the Rich: The Kennedys

    Wondery Presents Even the Rich: The Kennedys

    On July 19th, 1969, Senator Edward Kennedy, scion of the greatest political dynasty in modern America, drove his Oldsmobile into a pond. He escaped. But his passenger, a woman named Mary Jo Kopechne, drowned. In the days that followed, he leveraged the Kennedy political machine to shield himself from scrutiny and safeguard his presidential aspirations. As the investigation progressed, his story about the events leading up to the crash started to fall apart. Soon he faced accusations that not even the Kennedys could overcome. This season of Even the Rich tells the story of Chappaquiddick.

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    • 5 min
    Death of a Family: The Slayings of Frank, Connie, & Dante

    Death of a Family: The Slayings of Frank, Connie, & Dante

    Though El Paso’s homicide rate lags significantly behind the national average, murders in the West Texas desert city can be dark and gruesome. Not many compare in sheer brutality and violence, however, to the August 1994 slayings of Francisco Santoni Thornhill, Maria Concepcion Villa, and three-year-old Dante Santoni Villa. The murders didn’t see much press, but residents of El Paso, particularly the Montwood area, were shaken by the savage killings; they became fearful and stricken with paranoia. Though a theory as to what happened was imagined by detectives, a clear motive and suspect were never developed.

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    #JusticeForFrankConnieAndDante #ElPaso #ElPasoTX #ElPasoCountyTX #Texas #TX #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Unsolved #UnsolvedMurder #ColdCase

    • 23 min
    Carmen Croan Part 2: The Drifters

    Carmen Croan Part 2: The Drifters

    After months of investigating the August 1981 slaying of Carmen Croan, the Ector County Sheriff’s Office was frustrated, particularly investigator David Saunders. After the bizarre kidnapping of an Odessa man, though, a suspect – a good suspect – fell into the department’s lap. After investigating the man and collecting evidence against him quietly and without informing the press, District Attorney Mike Holmes was ready to ask a grand jury for an indictment in December of 81. They got their indictment but court appointed defense attorneys for the suspect fought the charges hard, collecting a celebrity forensic expert who’d testified at Ted Bundy’s trial and a rockstar psychologist who’d given police in Georgia a psych profile for the Atlanta Child Murderer. After a slew of postponements, the suspect in Carmen’s mutilation murder walked for that charge...and that was after another person of interest, a potential accomplice, was killed in a what was deemed a freak accident.

    For more information and updates on Carmen’s case, visit author KE Crosby’s page https://www.facebook.com/ViolatedJusticeforCarmen

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    #JusticeForCarmenCroan #JusticeForCarmen #Odessa #OdessaTX #EctorCountyTX #Texas #TX #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Unsolved #UnsolvedMurder #ColdCase

    • 42 min

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