Investigative true crime podcast set in the Dixie Mafia's South. An honest cop is about to break the biggest case of his career. What happens next is a four-decade murder mystery haunting one of the South's most celebrated cities.
Murder, etc. Live #3: Julia Mann, Pamela Vaughn, Duck Finley with Leonard brown Jr.
Leonard Brown Jr. joins host Brad Willis to talk about three haunting mysteries. You'll hear things you've never heard before and learn about an active case with a $20,000 reward.
Murder, etc. Live #2: Frank Eppes
As the COVID-19 quarantine continues, host Brad Willis has an in-depth conversation with Frank Eppes, Jr., the son of the trial judge who sent Charles Wakefield, Jr. to prison. Willis and Eppes talk about the podcast, how Eppes felt it reflected on his father, and some stories about the judge you haven't heard.
Murder, etc Live #1: Mr. X
Producers Brad Willis and Andy Ethridge adhere to the pandemic social distancing requirements and tell the story of Greenville, South Carolina's first murder of 1975 and the man still known today as Mr. X.
The season finale of Murder, etc. chronicles Charles Wakefield, Jr.'s 35-year effort to get out of prison and the time afterward as he tries to prove his innocence.
When attorneys gave their closing arguments in Charles Wakefield, Jr.'s 1976 trial, they lacked the context offered by 40 years of history and re-investigation. This is a closing argument for 2020.
Special Report: Fresh Eyes
Updates on the missing file, the FBI, the gun, and a new team of attorneys
As a Greenville native and graduate of Greenville High School like Frank, I am happy to see someone has looked into these murders! As a teenager in 1975 I remember my parents talking about this and I believe my Dad, Albert Boone, knew Frank when he was a Greenville City Police Officer. This podcast is done very well and tells the history of Greenville in those years! Great job!! My dad had a roommate by the name of what I thought was Bud Skeleton!! I know think this was Bub Skelton!! They were Greenville City Police Officers together!! I would like to speak to you Brad if possible!!
I have a story!
You should do a story on Mel MDowell who was murdered by his father, Dr McDowell who owned a veterinary clinic on Wade Hampton
I have lived here my entire life, have heard about these crimes, but never to this extent. Brad has done a great job, great storytelling, well researched, I know a lot of the people involved, am a member of Providence Baptist, which was College Park. Sheds light on things I’ve wondered about.