Jim Harold interviews authors and experts on true crime. Past guests have included Pulitzer Prize winners, best selling authors and popular true crime podcasters.
The Vanishing Of DB Cooper
D.B. Cooper is one of the most famous criminals of the 20th Century. What was his deal anyway? Who was he? Why did he do what he did? Was it an inside job?
We discuss this with Chris Williamson. You can find his book on the subject, Take the Money & Run: The Vanishing of D.B. Cooper, at Amazon here: https://amzn.to/3I1b1gE
All That Is Wicked
A serial killer who was "too intelligent to get caught" is the subject of today's podcast.
Kate Winkler Dawson joins us to talk about 19th century murderer Edward Rulloff.
You can find her book on Rulloff, All That Is Wicked: A Gilded-Age Story of Murder and the Race to Decode the Criminal Mind, at Amazon: https://amzn.to/3JurICn
Death On Ocean Boulevard
A young woman is found hanged to death in her millionaire boyfriend's mansion. What happened?
We discuss this very strange case with New York Times Best Selling author Caitlin Rother.
You can find Death on Ocean Boulevard: Inside the Coronado Mansion Case at Amazon: https://amzn.to/3HoVNSk
This content is for adults. Thank you for listening.
The Forever Witness and DNA
A 30-year-old cold case solved within two hours by a citizen scientist using a laptop and DNA data is the subject of this all-new edition of Jim Harold's Crime Scene.
Our guest is Pulitzer Prize winner Edward Humes. We discuss this fascinating case and his recent book on it.
You can find The Forever Witness: How DNA and Genealogy Solved a Cold Case Double Murder at Amazon here: https://amzn.to/3WYLoSH
Drinks, Dinner and Death
We talk about the true story of British murderer Dennis Nilsen on this edition of Crime Scene. Our guest is author Alan Warren.
You can find his book on Nilsen at Amazon: Drinks, Dinner & Death: The True Story of Dennis Nilsen (British Criminals Book 4)
Crime and Social Media
Dr. Rebecca Hayes joins us to talk about the interaction between social media and crime on this edition of Crime Scene.
You can find her book at Amazon: #Crime: Social Media, Crime, and the Criminal Legal System (Palgrave Studies in Crime, Media and Culture)
Thanks Dr. Hayes!
Anything Jim Harold presents or produces is always top-notch. I’m so happy he decided to reinvigorate his Crime Scene podcast. I am sure to be an avid listener.
Definitely a good podcaster
I have seen the other podcasts Jim has. I personally love his podcasts and wish that Apple Podcasts would give all of the episodes because I know there’s more than 13 podcasts.
Good, but ….
Ok first the good ; Jim Harold has an excellent voice . The episodes are well done , and cut to t)4 chase . No “witty banter between a couple” making light of death and crime . However ,, so far I’ve tried 3 episodes and all have interviews with someone who calls in , with bad sound quality . Maybe there’s no way around this unless one happens to be lucky enough to have an office everyone can come to , so it’s probably not anyone’s fault , but I long for a day when a host can have interviews with better call-in quality . On another note , I do love the hosts voice . Will probably unsubscribe from this one and see if he has a podcast with Only him . If there Is one , I’d probably subscribe to that no matter what the content is about.