36 episodes

Jennifer Harris disappeared from Bonham, Texas on Mother’s Day 2002. At just 28 years old, Jennifer seemingly had her whole life ahead of her. But looks can be deceiving...

On the final night of Jennifer’s life, she left the house to visit a friend. When, how, and why her car was abandoned on the side of the road are questions police would ask in the coming days of their investigation. After Jennifer left the house, she disappeared into the night, never to be heard from again.

The secrets in the Jennifer Harris case have been hidden for 20 years. It’s time to finally discover what happened to Jennifer Harris, and who is responsible for her death.

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    • True Crime
    • 4.5 • 632 Ratings

Jennifer Harris disappeared from Bonham, Texas on Mother’s Day 2002. At just 28 years old, Jennifer seemingly had her whole life ahead of her. But looks can be deceiving...

On the final night of Jennifer’s life, she left the house to visit a friend. When, how, and why her car was abandoned on the side of the road are questions police would ask in the coming days of their investigation. After Jennifer left the house, she disappeared into the night, never to be heard from again.

The secrets in the Jennifer Harris case have been hidden for 20 years. It’s time to finally discover what happened to Jennifer Harris, and who is responsible for her death.

    Episode 1: Who is Jennifer Harris?

    Episode 1: Who is Jennifer Harris?

    Jennifer Harris was 28 years old when she disappeared on Mother’s Day 2002 in Bonham, Texas. Jennifer was recently divorced from her high school sweetheart and had seemingly moved on with her life. But why did people close to her feel she was keeping secrets from them?

    • 36 min
    Episode 2: Missing.

    Episode 2: Missing.

    When Jennifer Harris doesn’t return home on May 13, 2002, her family reports her missing to police. Then, investigators discover Jennifer’s Jeep abandoned on a country road. Why did she leave her car behind?

    • 32 min
    Episode 3: Mother’s Day

    Episode 3: Mother’s Day

    Several sources indicate Jennifer thought she was pregnant at the time of her disappearance. With Mother’s Day holding a new significance for the recently divorced woman, her actions take on a deeper meaning. What was she doing on the final days of her life?

    • 26 min
    Episode 4: Persons of Interest, Part 1.

    Episode 4: Persons of Interest, Part 1.

    When Jennifer Harris goes missing, the first people police question are her ex-boyfriend, James Hamilton, and her ex-husband, Rob Holman. Witnesses say both men exhibited suspicious behavior but could either one be involved?

    • 31 min
    Episode 5: Persons of Interest, Part 2.

    Episode 5: Persons of Interest, Part 2.

    After interviewing Jennifer Harris’ ex-boyfriend, James Hamilton, and her ex-husband, Rob Holman, at the sheriff’s office, investigators take their questions on the road. What was Rob Holman doing for 5 hours in his truck on the night Jennifer disappeared?

    • 33 min
    Episode 6: The Body

    Episode 6: The Body

    A fisherman discovers Jennifer Harris’ body in the Red River on May 18, 2002. What story does her body tell about how her life ended, and who is responsible for her death?

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
632 Ratings

632 Ratings

Patty2347 ,

Good podcast

Great podcast (season 2) and I like the narrator’s interview style. One note (SPOILER ALERT)—— —- It seems so so obvious that Rob did it! How has he not been convicted yet?! He got someone who was not his wife pregnant and she ended up dead. After he met with her.

wilfulgreen ,

Huh

Is there a point in this
The oh so sad voice of main talker

Guests with there ridiculous opinions as if facts
“ didn’t form a relationship w rob “ his fault
Brain cancer … is this a clue
‘ listening to good ol boy music I.e. Bob Dylan ‘😂

She had big dreams ,, but couldn’t keep a job
He was backward .. wanted to live in the country

Nasty sister

salem-alt ,

Eh

Investigation seems shallow, narration is flat and boring. I’m trudging through because the story itself is interesting but this isn’t the best quality podcast. I would love to see a better, more thorough investigation into this.

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