Knock Knock is a true crime podcast, hosted by Jason B. Jones, featuring real stories of the families and communities that have lived through the horror of an unsolved murder. Season 1 tells the story of Jason’s grandmother, Betty Jones, who was murdered alongside her friend, Kathryn Crigler. In Season 2, we introduce another family that is desperately seeking answers to their loved one's cold case. Together we help tell their story, uncover the details of the crime, and seek justice for the life of the victim.
S2 E5: The Last Bellettieri
As Jason and the Knock Knock team arrange for an important in-person meeting, they receive shocking news that could change the trajectory of the investigation.
S2 E4: Overwhelmed / Under-Investigated
As Jason B. Jones and the Knock Knock team dive deeper into the police report, they come to find that substandard police work leaves them with more questions than answers.
Season 2 Q&A #1
Join host, Jason B. Jones, and members of the Knock Knock team as they answer listener questions about transitioning to a new season, key episode details, and 'wine nights' with Teresa.
S2 E3: The Panuccio Predicament
After the death of their son, John, the Bellettieri's desperately seek justice, but some close family ties make matters more complicated. 38 years later, a fresh perspective gives hope to the investigation.
S2 E2: Another Statistic
The investigation is officially underway. Join Jason and the Knock Knock team as they uncover the grizzly details and try to piece together a timeline of John Bellettieri's murder.
S2 E1: A Cry For Help
Two years after his grandmother’s case was solved, Knock Knock host Jason B. Jones, and his new team at Lasting Media, are approached by Teresa, a New York woman desperately seeking answers to her own family’s cold case.
A must listen!
My favorite podcast right now!
Good for you
Don’t pay attention to the negativity. Clearly they miss the point of what you are doing and doing so well!! So their nitpicky expectations of what they enjoy was more important to them than someone on a crusade to solve their loved ones murder. I think you did an honorable thing and a great job. You’re grandma would be so proud of you for having her back, never forgetting her, and getting the guy responsible. Good for you!
I like the focus on the story of the victim’s lives not the gruesome details of their murder