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Terminus: The Stories of Atlanta is an investigative podcast series covering stories and events that have changed the city as we know it. Hear first hand interviews from people who were there, narrated by Southside Steve Rickman of Rock 100.5.

Terminus: The Stories of Atlanta Terminus: The Stories of Atlanta

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Terminus: The Stories of Atlanta is an investigative podcast series covering stories and events that have changed the city as we know it. Hear first hand interviews from people who were there, narrated by Southside Steve Rickman of Rock 100.5.

    5: Justice Served?

    5: Justice Served?

    With Eric Rudolph in custody and facing life in prison for the Centennial Olympic Park bombing, as well as the bombings of two abortion clinics and a lesbian bar, it would seem that justice had been served.  But had it?
    Even though he would get his dream job, Richard Jewell would spend the rest of his life facing the stigma of being originally suspected as the Olympic bomber.  The court rulings in his favor and even parodies on Saturday Night Live never completely erased the moniker of “bombing suspect” that he had acquired.

    • 22 min
    4: The Hunt for Eric Rudolph

    4: The Hunt for Eric Rudolph

    In the months that follow the deadly bombing at the1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, more bombing attacks occur in the Atlanta area, but investigators are no closer to finding the culprit. Then in January 1998, another deadly bombing, this time in Birmingham, Alabama, yields evidence that reveals the identity of the suspect…and the race in on to capture Eric Robert Rudolph.
    The problem is, Rudolph is hiding in the rugged mountain terrain of North Carolina …an area he knows much better than those searching for him.  And that’s where the man who is now one of the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted” plans his next bombing attack…aimed directly at his enemies. 

    • 20 min
    3: The Media’s Jewell

    3: The Media’s Jewell

    It was becoming clear that security guard Richard Jewell was not the Olympic park bomber.  But the man cast, first, as the “hero” and then as the “villain” was still the victim of false accusations, rumors and innuendo which would eventually take their toll on his life.
    Meanwhile, investigators were still no closer to solving the bombing case or preventing the real bomber from striking three more times and killing two more people as Atlanta and, now, Birmingham, Alabama found themselves gripped in fear.

    • 19 min
    2: From Praise To Persecution

    2: From Praise To Persecution

    As the sun rose on the Olympic flame over Atlanta on Saturday, July 27, 1996… the search for those responsible for the Olympic bombing was the top priority of every law enforcement agency in the country.
    At the same time, one man, the former cop turned security guard who had helped evacuate so many people at the site of the bombing, was being hailed as a hero.
    Richard Jewell WAS the “Man of The Hour." But in newsrooms around the world…a tremor from down deep below the surface of the story began to rumble.  A new piece of information would change the focus of the investigation, the story…and the course of a man’s life.
    Soon, Jewell – the “hero” – was in the fight of his life, sparked by an influential informant with a personal ax to grind. 

    • 19 min
    1: You Have 30 Minutes

    1: You Have 30 Minutes

    It shook Atlanta to the core and reverberated around the world at the speed of light. The bombing at Centennial Park at the height of the 1996 Olympic Games would set in motion the story of the decade; an unprecedented investigation and a manhunt that would span years. 
    Now, hear that story the way you've never heard it before. "Terminus: The Stories of Atlanta" brings you, "You Have 30 Minutes" the untold story of the 1996 Olympic bombing. 

    • 25 min
    Terminus Season 1: The Centennial Olympic Bombing Trailer

    Terminus Season 1: The Centennial Olympic Bombing Trailer

    Episode 1 comes out Monday 7/29/19!

    • 31 sec

Customer Reviews

Austin56659123 ,

Good storyline

Should have had Randy narrating instead of Southside but I enjoy the storyline enough to listen anyway. Steve makes it sound like a 10th grader standing in front of the class reading his book report that someone else wrote for him. He stumbles and emphasizes the wrong words but hey....that’s Southside lol

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