A true crime podcast that recalls the brutal slaying of BETTY ANN SULLIVAN on a snowy night in January of 1988, a night that, more than 30 years later, the small town of Jefferson Township, New Jersey has yet to fully recover from. The violence of that evening shocked the nation for the perpetrator... was her own son, a boy of fourteen who would take his own life only hours later. What the investigation revealed left a community in tatters, unwilling to believe the evil that had befallen them.
Introducing: The Shadow Girls
The hunt for the Green River Killer.
An interview with the writer/director.
A Prayer in Spring
The writer/director returns to the scene of the crime.
Nothing Gold Can Stay
Season one ends with shocking answers to thirty year old questions.
Acquainted with the Night
Tommy returns to Clinton Road with a singular purpose.
The Road Not Taken
Tommy makes his first trip to the mysterious ruins in the woods of Clinton Road.
Bit of a fake
The story is fascinating enough and the linkages with Robert Frost poems add a certain depth. But there is no line demarcated between fact and fantasy — and that is a massive problem. It’s manipulation to a grubby degree
Why does this have to be so sensationalise? What utter garbage it is so say that children who okay Dungeons and Dragons are likely to kill their parents. Please…
I found this podcast quite fascinating and intriguing. It is a story and topic that I know little about but the presenter kept me interested and wanting more. I especially enjoyed how the listeners are presented with two sides of the story and how evidence overlooked or undiscovered can influence public opinion.