My good friend Lisa Mitchell join my wife Carrie Melillo and myself to talk about the very real problem with Human Trafficking. She shares a moment when she was confronted with it face to face. Hear her account of what she did and listen to tips on what you can do to help.
Jim Floyd, Former Crime Scene Tech was working one of his first cases in 1986. He was called to what’s known as the Carriage House. It’s the building behind the former Mansion of D.C. Stephenson, the former Klu Klux Klan Grand Dragon.
Provided by Jim Floyd- Paper Copy and State Police Archives.
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American Serial Killer HH Holmes, great-great-grandson, Jeff Mudget joins me on this one. He talks about how he believes Herman Mudget escaped custody before he was hung for his crimes. He talks about his recent History show “American Ripper”. There are many places and stories connecting Holmes to Irvington Indiana.
The hosts of Hoosier Homicide sit down with me for a joint podcast about the moment their lives changed forever. Although not living there at the time, Danielle and Daniel were both visiting with their parents and enjoying some college football when what felt like an earthquake rattled the house. Their home was damaged heavily even though it was more than 100 yards away. The recount what happened after and the effects the explosion had on their lives in the following years.
Author Mike McCarty joins me on this one of a kind podcast to dive deeper into his book about the Hollandsburg Murders. He gives me his take as a former law enforcement officer and author. He also reveals how he remembers what it was like “Chocking in Fear” when he realizes his dad, a local police officer, is dealing with the investigation. He was only a young boy, but the memories are still with Mike to this day.
Mike McCarty, Choking in Fear: A Memoir About the Hollandsburg Murders” Createspace Independent Pub, Apr 15, 2014