A cold case investigation into two women's twist of fate and their eternal connection to one city's ‘innocence lost’ forever.
5 Roses: After the investigation, a debrief w/Jessica Noll
11Alive Investigators Jessica Noll and Brendan Keefe discuss the 5 Roses cases.
5 Roses | Chapter 7: A confession and a cover up
A convicted murderer makes an extensively detailed admission to police from inside his prison cell in 1966. He says he watched Mary Shotwell Little get killed.
5 Roses | Chapter 6: The killers
At least one investigative task force member insists that Mary Shotwell Little and Diane Shields did not meet the same assailant when they met their fate in the '60s.
5 Roses | Chapter 5: Break in the case
30 years after Mary Shotwell Little's disappearance, a new detective takes a crack at her infamous case.
5 Roses | Chapter 4: Money runs this town
Just a few weeks after Mary Shotwell Little goes missing, Diane Shields takes over her position at Citizen and Southern National Bank. But that isn’t the only thing that connects the two women who never meet each other.
5 Roses | Chapter 3: Blushing bride-to-be and her secrets
A newly engaged Diane Shields leaves work in May 1967, but she never arrives at home for a date with her fiancé. Early the next morning, her body is discovered inside the trunk of her own car.
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It got better.
Some of the beginning wore on me, and it could use a little less music, but the last few episodes seemed to fly by. Interesting story with genuine interest from the hostess.
Wait, who are we talking about now? Diane, Mary, back to Diane again... oh no the perp.. wait no, back to Diane. I feel like I have ADHD listening to this. People jump in with a comment about one aspect with no introduction then switches to a different person talking about something completely different. All this with a constant background music that never stops like they’re trying to disarm a bomb in an action movie! Take a breath people! Everyone talks so fast it’s exhausting to listen to. Made it to episode 2 and have no idea what’s going on and have stopped caring. They should have named the podcast “44 Minutes” because that seems to be the threshold where I like so many others seem to abandon this podcast.
Conspiracy laden nonsense.