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Coffee and Cases is a true crime podcast where we like our coffee hot and our cases cold. Join us (Allison and Maggie) weekly to dive into the unknown and the unsolved.

Coffee and Cases Podcast Allison Williams, Maggie Damron

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    • 4.7 • 559 Ratings

Coffee and Cases is a true crime podcast where we like our coffee hot and our cases cold. Join us (Allison and Maggie) weekly to dive into the unknown and the unsolved.

    E230: The Colonial Parkway Murders

    E230: The Colonial Parkway Murders

    The Colonial Parkway Murders: a string of homicides that plagued Virginia from 1986 to 1989. Envision moonlit rendezvous twisted into scenes of horror, leaving communities reeling with fear. But here's what keeps us awake at night: despite exhaustive investigations, the perpetrator of these heinous acts remains at large, lurking in the shadows of the Colonial Parkway. Join us as we navigate through just a few of the twists and turns of the unimaginable horror involved in this unsolved case.

    • 47 min
    E229: Felipe Santos and Terrance Williams

    E229: Felipe Santos and Terrance Williams

    Two separate traffic incidents. Two separate individuals who were driven away by police. Two separate men who were never seen again. Are the cases of Felipe Santos and Terrance Williams intricately linked or could the similarities be merely coincidental?

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    • 1 hr 10 min
    E228: Dori Ann Myers

    E228: Dori Ann Myers

    Dori Ann Myers was a skilled poker player. She knew how to make calculated decisions when the pressure was on. But she also had a soft spot for people, especially for those who made sacrifices for the good of others. Unfortunately, one of those people took advantage of Dori letting her guard down and of her not treating people with the same critical eye as she did cards. Someone came into her home in January 10th, 2006 and, when they left during the early morning hours of January 11th, they took Dori with them. Now it's law enforcement who are having to make calculated decisions in their attempts to solve her case.

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    • 1 hr 6 min
    E227: Ann Gotlib

    E227: Ann Gotlib

    June 1st, 1983 began as an exciting day for 12-year-old Ann Gotlib since it was the first day of summer vacation. She spent the day with various friends before making a short bike ride home. But it was a ride during which Ann disappeared. Sadly, law enforcement were not short on potential suspects— even though it is a case that remains open to this day.

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    • 56 min
    E226: April Andrews

    E226: April Andrews

    Fifteen-year-old April Andrews told her mom that she was going to make a short trip down the road to the church clothing sale. It wasn't too far; it seemed safe to make the walk, especially in their small town of Pea Ridge, Arkansas. But April never made it home, nor had she made it to the sale. What happened to April Andrews?

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    • 41 min
    E225: Michael Gorley

    E225: Michael Gorley

    Michael Gorley left his mother's home on May 17th, 2015 to spend the day with friends. When Michael failed to return home by the following morning and those same "friends" began giving conflicting stories to his family about when Michael left the evening before, Michael's mother and sister knew in their hearts that something had gone horribly wrong. But where did Michael go and why did those same "friends" not seem concerned about finding him?

    If you have any information concerning Michael Gorley's disappearance, please contact law enforcement in one of the following ways:

    * Call Post 7 of the Kentucky State Police at (859) 623–2404
    * Text a tip by sending a message to 67283. Type KSPTIP in the message field, followed by a space, and then the information you have to share.
    * Submit a tip anonymously on the Post 7 website: https://kentuckystatepolice.org/post7/  [https://kentuckystatepolice.org/post7/]

    For a more comprehensive coverage of this case (including interviews with Michael's family and the private investigator), check out the following episodes from The Murder Police Podcast:

    Part 1 can be found here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/missing-michael-keith-gorley-part-1-of-2/id1529948190?i=1000544902642

    Part 2 can be found here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/missing-michael-keith-gorley-part-2-of-2/id1529948190?i=1000545606595

    If you like what you hear, check out their coverage of other cases here:
    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-murder-police-podcast/id1529948190

    If you are interested in bonus content for our show or in getting some Coffee and Cases swag, please consider joining Patreon. There are various levels to fit your needs, all of which can be found here: https://www.patreon.com/coffeeandcases

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
559 Ratings

559 Ratings

Tollie527 ,

Enjoyable

Truly enjoy the conversation between these two friends. I also like that they’re shining light on some unknown cases.

Great work.

amyrhawks ,

Big Fan

I love listening to the show and appreciate the genuine friendship between the hosts. I am amazed at Allison’s memory. Every time Maggie brings up an old case, Allison identifies the victim by name (random tidbit, but something I’ve noticed as I’ve been making my way through every episode).

siamese mama ,

Great show from Ky!!

Love this show!! I am so glad you are both back on the show.

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