‘A Senseless Death’ is a new podcast aimed to celebrate the life of Zachary Lamb and attempt to make sense of his untimely death. Zach was gunned-down after a road rage incident in the late hours of November 7th, 2014 - his case still unsolved. Interviews with Zach’s family and friends will help piece together what we know about that night, while letting others get to know who Zach was. And hopefully, by sharing the void left by this tragedy, someone with information on the man who killed Zach will finally come forward.
Episode 4: Zach's Story
Who was Zachary Lamb? His friends and family tell us about who he was and what made him so unique and memorable.
Episode 3: Road Rage
How can rage felt on the road lead to death? We look into the growing epidemic of violent road rage and try to better understand someone who would kill because of it.
Episode 2: The Red Light Camera
Did Zach and his killer run a red light that night? Can that footage be used to find the murderer? We look into the WA state law concerning red light cameras and the debate around it.
Episode 1: The Case
In the late hours of November 7th, 2014, Zachary Lamb and his fiancee made their way home after a night out. Somewhere along the short 2.4 mile route, a man started following them.
Zach tried to lose the car but it didn’t work - they were followed all the way to the street in front of his apartment. When Zach got out to confront the man, he was shot and killed.
Teaser of the new true-crime podcast series 'A Senseless Death'. To be released early 2019.
A Senseless Death - No Spoilers!
This true-crime podcast investigates the murder of Zachary Lamb who while driving home with his girlfriend after a night out with friends was followed to his neighborhood and shot. It goes into a very interesting discussion about privacy when it comes to red-light cameras but in addition goes to great lengths to talk about who Zach was (a bright, funny soon to be father). The solo host, Lindy Boustedt, is brilliant and an award-winning filmmaker. She takes care in interviewing the friends and family of Zach who in the last episode talk about what justice for Zach and themselves would be and how no matter what it would look like it wouldn’t bring him back. The 2019 four-part series has no commercials and on average episodes are about 22 minutes long. I can’t describe how genuine the host and guests’ voices are; the whole show makes you feel like you know them in some way. Music, intro and outro were all well-chosen and done skillfully. Trigger warnings for racism, and gun violence. If you have any information about the case you can make an anonymous tip to the Spokane Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-8477.
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The narrater puts me to sleep. So boring.
“ Zach is a great guy “, yet we’re told that he was in trouble , caused trouble, knew people who were trouble.,?!?!
& how do we know he didn’t know the killer?