The Colonial Parkway Murders: Part Four

September 20th, 2019

This week Nic from the @TrueCrimeGarage podcast joins Bill and me for a roundtable discussion about the Colonial Parkway Murders.  Nic is extremely knowledgable about the case and he has great insight into the possible scenarios.

Guest: Nic @TrueCrimeGarage, www.truecrimegarage.com

Guest: Bill Thomas, brother of victim Cathy Thomas https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase/

  • Construction stretched over twenty-six years through the Depression, World War II, and funding shortages.
  • The Parkway allows for a stress-free drive from Yorktown to Jamestown that avoids the regular traffic
  • The parkway is made of stone pavement to give the feel of old-timey highways
  • The parkway connects Virginia's historic triangle: Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown.
  • The parkway runs along the York River and millions of cars travel this route each year.
  • The parkway was built to resemble highways of the past so the two-lane river-gravel road doesn't have any line-markings.
  • The parkway is only two lanes with a center lane for passing and the maximum speed limit is a mere 45 miles per hour
  • Although the park closes at sunset the parkway stays open to traffic
  • Construction began in the spring of 1931  in Williamsburg.
  • The parkway construction was hit with delays from the start.
  • There were design and routing conflicts. Limited funding due to the Great Depression and World War II stretched construction over a 26-year period.
  • The parkway was not completed until 1955 but is considered an architectural success as the design was meant to fit seamlessly into the natural and historical beauty of Virginia.
  • Roadtrippers.com, says the Parkway is America’s Most Calming Scenic Drive, with it’s “mostly lined with trees that block any views of modern society

If you’d like help keep the lights on and the recorders running you can support the show by clicking the donate button on the right side on whokilledamymihaljevic.com or via the Venmo app with my username @billhuffman3. Any amount is appreciated and it helps keep the RECORDERS RUNNING

Follow me on Twitter @billhuffman3

Holly Tips:  Thomas.w.sullivan3@massmail.state.ma.us

Colonial Parkway Murder Tips: colonial_parkway_murders@ic.fbi.gov

Sources:https://wtkr.com/2009/09/22/sensitive-fbi-photos-from-colonial-parkway-murders-leaked-to-the-public/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonial_Parkway_murders

https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase/posts/tips-in-the-colonial-parkway-murderswe-have-received-several-new-tips-in-the-col/1977438505834707/

Anyone with information can e-mail it to colonial_parkway_murders@ic.fbi.gov.

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The Colonial Parkway Murders: Part Three

September 12th, 2019

This week we discuss the current situation with familial databases.  It is a must-listen if you have any missing family members or want to know more about who you are.

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The Colonial Parkway Murders: Part Two

Guest: Bill Thomas, brother of victim Cathy Thomas

  • Construction stretched over twenty-six years through the Depression, World War II, and funding shortages.
  • The Parkway allows for a stress-free drive from Yorktown to Jamestown that avoids the regular traffic
  • The parkway is made of stone pavement to give the feel of old-timey highways
  • The parkway connects Virginia's historic triangle: Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown.
  • The parkway runs along the York River and millions of cars travel this route each year.
  • The parkway was built to resemble highways of the past so the two-lane river-gravel road doesn't have any line-markings.
  • The parkway is only two lanes with a center lane for passing and the maximum speed limit is a mere 45 miles per hour
  • Although the park closes at sunset the parkway stays open to traffic
  • Construction began in the spring of 1931  in Williamsburg.
  • The parkway construction was hit with delays from the start.
  • There were design and routing conflicts. Limited funding due to the Great Depression and World War II stretched construction over a 26-year period.
  • The parkway was not completed until 1955 but is considered an architectural success as the design was meant to fit seamlessly into the natural and historical beauty of Virginia.
  • Roadtrippers.com, says the Parkway is America’s Most Calming Scenic Drive, with it’s “mostly lined with trees that block any views of modern society

If you’d like help keep the lights on and the recorders running you can support the show by clicking the donate button on the right side on whokilledamymihaljevic.com or via the Venmo app with my username @billhuffman3. Any amount is appreciated and it helps keep the RECORDERS RUNNING

Follow me on Twitter @billhuffman3

Holly Tips:  Thomas.w.sullivan3@massmail.state.ma.us

Colonial Parkway Murder Tips: colonial_parkway_murders@ic.fbi.gov

Sources:https://wtkr.com/2009/09/22/sensitive-fbi-photos-from-colonial-parkway-murders-leaked-to-the-public/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonial_Parkway_murders

https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase/posts/tips-in-the-colonial-parkway-murderswe-have-received-several-new-tips-in-the-col/1977438505834707/

Anyone with information can e-mail it to colonial_parkway_murders@ic.fbi.gov.

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Introducing Imagined Life from Wondery

September 6th, 2019

What if you could really feel what it is like to put yourself in someone else’s shoes? Someone famous, who you may think you know?

Wondery’s Imagined Life gives you that chance. Each episode will take you on an immersive journey through the surprising moments and challenges that shaped someone’s life before they were in the public eye.

You may realize that you’ve experienced some of the same struggles, joys, fears, and heartbreak as celebrities as different from each other as Princess Diana, Jim Henson, or Ellen DeGeneres. Every person has a story, but how often do you get to immerse yourself in another person’s life?

You’re about to hear an exclusive clip from “Imagined Life” where you’ll experience someone else’s life, and only at the end of the episode will you find out who YOU are. The show is hosted by Academy Award nominee Virginia Madsen, and Robbie Daymond. Look for new episodes on Friday, 9/6.

While you’re listening to this preview, be sure to subscribe to Imagined Life on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you’re listening to this. You can also find a link in the episode notes.

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/imagined-life/id1439810326

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The Colonial Parkway Murders: Part Two

September 6th, 2019

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The Colonial Parkway Murders: Part Two

Guest: Bill Thomas, brother of victim Cathy Thomas

  • Construction stretched over twenty-six years through the Depression, World War II, and funding shortages.
  • The Parkway allows for a stress-free drive from Yorktown to Jamestown that avoids the regular traffic
  • The parkway is made of stone pavement to give the feel of old-timey highways
  • The parkway connects Virginia's historic triangle: Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown.
  • The parkway runs along the York River and millions of cars travel this route each year.
  • The parkway was built to resemble highways of the past so the two-lane river-gravel road doesn't have any line-markings.
  • The parkway is only two lanes with a center lane for passing and the maximum speed limit is a mere 45 miles per hour
  • Although the park closes at sunset the parkway stays open to traffic
  • Construction began in the spring of 1931  in Williamsburg.
  • The parkway construction was hit with delays from the start.
  • There were design and routing conflicts. Limited funding due to the Great Depression and World War II stretched construction over a 26-year period.
  • The parkway was not completed until 1955 but is considered an architectural success as the design was meant to fit seamlessly in to the natural and historical beauty of Virginia.
  • Roadtrippers.com, says the Parkway is America’s Most Calming Scenic Drive, with it’s “mostly lined with trees that block any views of modern society

If you’d like help keep the lights on and the recorders running you can support the show by clicking the donate button on the right side on whokilledamymihaljevic.com or via the Venmo app with my username @billhuffman3. Any amount is appreciated and it helps keep the RECORDERS RUNNING

Follow me on Twitter @billhuffman3

Holly Tips:  Thomas.w.sullivan3@massmail.state.ma.us

Colonial Parkway Murder Tips: colonial_parkway_murders@ic.fbi.gov

Sources:https://wtkr.com/2009/09/22/sensitive-fbi-photos-from-colonial-parkway-murders-leaked-to-the-public/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonial_Parkway_murders

https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase/posts/tips-in-the-colonial-parkway-murderswe-have-received-several-new-tips-in-the-col/1977438505834707/

Anyone with information can e-mail it to colonial_parkway_murders@ic.fbi.gov.

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The Colonial Parkway Murders: Part One

August 30th, 2019

The Colonial Parkway Murders: Part One

Guest: Bill Thomas, brother of victim Cathy Thomas

  • Construction stretched over twenty-six years through the Depression, World War II, and funding shortages.
  • The Parkway allows for a stress-free drive from Yorktown to Jamestown that avoids the regular traffic
  • The parkway is made of stone pavement to give the feel of old-timey highways
  • The parkway connects Virginia's historic triangle: Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown.
  • The parkway runs along the York River and millions of cars travel this route each year.
  • The parkway was built to resemble highways of the past so the two-lane river-gravel road doesn't have any line-markings.
  • The parkway is only two lanes with a center lane for passing and the maximum speed limit is a mere 45 miles per hour
  • Although the park closes at sunset the parkway stays open to traffic
  • Construction began in the spring of 1931  in Williamsburg.
  • The parkway construction was hit with delays from the start.
  • There were design and routing conflicts. Limited funding due to the Great Depression and World War II stretched construction over a 26-year period.
  • The parkway was not completed until 1955 but is considered an architectural success as the design was meant to fit seamlessly in to the natural and historical beauty of Virginia.
  • Roadtrippers.com, says the Parkway is America’s Most Calming Scenic Drive, with it’s “mostly lined with trees that block any views of modern society”

Sources:https://wtkr.com/2009/09/22/sensitive-fbi-photos-from-colonial-parkway-murders-leaked-to-the-public/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonial_Parkway_murders

https://www.facebook.com/ColonialParkwayCase/posts/tips-in-the-colonial-parkway-murderswe-have-received-several-new-tips-in-the-col/1977438505834707/

Anyone with information can e-mail it to colonial_parkway_murders@ic.fbi.gov.

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Who Killed Holly Piiranien?

August 23rd, 2019

Today’s case takes us back to the summer of August 5th, 1993, Sturbridge Mass.

10-year-old Holly Piiranian is on a family vacation visiting her grandmother when she was abducted in the middle of the day.

Holly Kristen Piirainen was a 10-year-old American murder victim from Grafton, Massachusetts. She was a typical young girl with blonde hair and blue eyes.

She went with her brother to visit some puppies walking down South Shore Drive in Sturbridge to the intersection of Allen Road 

Her brother returned to the cottage but Holly had disappeared. All that was found was a shoe of hers by the side of the road. Months later on October 23rd, her remains were found by hunters in a wooded area in the nearby town of Brimfield.

Anyone with information about Holly’s murder is asked to e-mail Thomas.w.sullivan3@massmail.state.ma.us or call the Hampden County State Police Detective Unit at 413-505-5993. People are also welcome to text information to “CRIMES” (274637) with the subject line “SOLVE Holly Piirainen.” A $40,000 reward is being offered for information leading directly to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible.

Sources: ABC News GO, Masslive.com, WCLB, Telegram & Gazette, Boston Globe

https://thisweekinworcester.com/holly-piiaranens-family-still-looks-for-clues-26-years-after-her-disappearance-death/

https://www.telegram.com/news/20180802/25-years-after-holly-piirainen-slaying-family-continues-to-push-for-resolution

https://www.masslive.com/news/2018/08/25th_anniversary_of_holly_piir.html

https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2018/10/21/family-holly-piirainen-hosts-tip-campaign-anniversary-her-disappearance/DnhH2V8bunjWOd9basLxlI/story.html 

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Who Killed Molly Bish?

August 16th, 2019

n June 27th, 2000, sixteen-year-old lifeguard Molly Bish disappeared from her lifeguard post at Comins Pond in Warren, MA.

On the day before Molly's disappearance, her mother, Magi Bish, noticed a mustached Caucasian male in a white sedan in the parking lot at the pond. Though he appeared suspicious, Magi brushed it off and dropped Molly off. Molly had only been in her position as a lifeguard for a week, when her mother dropped her off at Comins Pond on June 27th.

Magi received the call from police no parent wants to get. They inform her that no lifeguard was on duty at the pond so she quickly returned to Molly's post, only to discover, was her sandals and her lunch.

This is a safe community. According to the city’s website, Warren is a rural town of 5000 people located in western Worcester (Wooster) County and is bisected by the Quaboag River.

 

If you’d like help keep the lights on and the recorders running you can support the show by clicking the donate button on the right side on whokilledamymihaljevic.com or via the Venmo app with my username @billhuffman3.

Anyone with information regarding this weeks case, the death of 16-year-old Molly Anne Bish, you can also contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.

The Massachusetts State Police is also available at 1-800-808-9677 if you have information regarding this case.

 A $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest.

Warren is one of six existing towns that were first settled in 1660 and known as the Quaboag Plantation. Incorporated as Western in 1741, the town was renamed in honor of Revolutionary War General Joseph Warren in 1834.

The day started like any other. At 9:50 am Molly and her mom stopped at the local convenience store to grab some water bottles.

Afterward, they drove to the police station to pick up the required two-way radio.

As there were no telephones or communications at Comins Pond, the radio was the only way the lifeguards could contact police or anyone outside of the area.

Anyone with information regarding this week's case, the death of 16-year-old Molly Anne Bish, you can also contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.

The Massachusetts State Police is also available at 1-800-808-9677 if you have information regarding this case.

 A $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest.

If you’d like help keep the lights on and the recorders running you can support the show by clicking the donate button on the right side on whokilledamymihaljevic.com or via the Venmo app with my username @billhuffman3.

Thank you to Brandi Munro for her research on this episode!

Sources: CBS Local, WCBV

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Who Killed David Widlak?

August 9th, 2019

Who Killed David Widlak?

Victim:  David Widlak

  • CEO of the Community Central Bank Corporation and Community Bank
  • 62 years old at the time of death

Sunday, September 19:  David Widlak disappeared from his bank.  He left on foot and his car was discovered the next day in the parking lot around 7:00 the following morning by a maintenance worker.  When this maintenance worker went to Widlak’s office he found it trashed.

October 17:  Duck hunters discovered a body, which was later determined to be Widlak, in the marshland of Lake St. Clair, outside of Detroit. His body was floating in about 1 foot of water.  This was less than 5 miles from the bank. David was still wearing the clothing he was last reported wearing and he still had his phone, keys, and wallet.

 

October 20:  Widlak’s gun was discovered just a few feet from where his body was.  His hat was also found, but deep in the woods.

 

From the beginning, the police were treating this as a disappearance/suicide.

There was a discrepancy between the initial autopsy conducted by Macomb County medical examiner Daniel Spitz and the most recent one performed by Oakland County doctor L.J. Dragovic in 2010.

 

Spitz who conducted the first autopsy had determined the cause of death to be undetermined.  He stated he found no obvious wounds, and no blunt force trauma and proceeded to state he may have drowned.

 

A second autopsy was done by Dragovic (hired by the Widlak family) and the cause of death was determined to have been an “execution-style” gunshot wound in the mid-back of Widlak’s neck.

Anyone with tips, please call:

 1-800-CALL-FBI

If you know anybody or are dealing with suicidal thoughts, there is help:

Call 1-800-273-8255

 Sources: Detroit Free Press, Mlive.com

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Who Killed Shakira Johnson? Part 2

August 2nd, 2019

 

 

You can download this episode at www.whokilledamymihaljevic.com.

Thank you so much again for tuning in this week.

This case is “technically” unsolved but if you have any new information the time to share it is now.

Don’t hesitate to contact the authorities if you saw anything on when Shakira went missing.

Anyone with information can call the Cleveland FBI at 216-522-1400.

The Cleveland Police can be reached at 216-623-5400

or Crime Stoppers at 216-252-7463.

Tipsters can remain anonymous.”

 

If you enjoy this independently produced podcast – you can help support the show & independent journalism by clicking on the donate button on whokilledamymihaljevic.com.

Any amount is appreciated and it helps keep this podcast running.

If you enjoy this show, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts because that will also help support the show.

Thank you again for listening and BE SAFE!

 

 

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Introducing Room 20

July 30th, 2019

For more than 15 years, a man named Sixty-Six Garage would lay in a nursing home bed, unidentified and unconscious. Or so everyone believed. Join reporter and host Joanne Faryon across borders and through the twists and turns of the truth until she finally uncovers who Garage really is.

Subscribe now Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your favorite shows. Or you can listen now at wondery.fm/amy

 

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Who Killed Shakira Johnson?

July 26th, 2019

In September 2003 I was a student at Cleveland State University. I had just started an internship with the news radio station in Cleveland WTAM. 

The media and the Internet put a lot of pressure on the police to find this missing girl and the question was raised about why an Amber Alert had not been issued.

I learned the business from Levon Putney, now of WCBS New York, about how to cover such a sensitive story. 

Shakira’s case happened during my first two weeks of interning at WTAM 1100 in Cleveland.

It was common for us to attend press conferences, interview family members and on more than one occasion we interviewed Commander of the fourth district police, Michael McGrath.

It was a front-row seat to one of Cleveland’s saddest times. It was an eye-opener too for a kid from the suburbs. I realized quickly that there were certain stories you had to approach differently.

Shakira's abduction and disappearance were heavily covered through each step of the investigation. The plain dealer stated at the time the investigators worked under the “harsh spotlight of media attention.”

While Putney and I were hitting the pavement there was a whole other investigation-taking place.

An amber alert is something we have become accustomed to since it was first introduced in 1996. The radio or television is interrupted and a description of the missing child is relayed to the audience.

For one reason or another, there was no such alert when Shakira Johnson went missing. The authorities like to say that the criteria weren’t met in her case and therefore no alert was issued.

However, only two weeks after she went missing another girl on the east side of Cleveland disappeared, and an Amber Alert was issued in her case.

You may say ah…they learned their lesson… but let's not forget Shakira was still missing.

No one knows what would have happened if Shakira would have been treated the same way as Amanda Mulliken-White.

In a city where race has always been an issue, the fact the police issued an Amber Alert for a white girl from Cleveland Heights, only created more divide.

Sources: Cleveland.com

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Who Killed the Robison Family?

July 12th, 2019

On this week’s episode you can make your own conclusions on who killed the Robison family?

 

Idyllic.

Serene. 

Picturesque.

These are just a few words that can describe northern Michigan. The state has been tied to some infamous case such as the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa and the Oakland County Child Killings. Historical events such as the rise of the auto industry, Motown and the 1967 Detroit Riots are generally associated with the state. 

The national parks own a lot of the property in northern Michigan so you can see what nature really looks like since it hasn’t been disturbed for 80 years. 

Good Hart, is a small village of roughly five hundred people something that can be said for a lot of the communities up north.

Good Hart sits on Lake Michigan right between Mackinaw City and Petoskey

Sources: UpNorthLive.com, Mlive.com,

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Who Killed Alison Parrott? Part 2

July 5th, 2019

Alison Parrott disappeared near Varsity Stadium in downtown Toronto in 1986.

She was supposedly meeting with a photographer.

It was 6:30 p.m.—four hours since Alison should have returned home.

After Alison didn’t return home and her mom called the police.

A massive search began two hours later involving 150 police officers and 24 friends and neighbors of Lesley Parrott and her husband, Peter, an engineer.

They spent the hot, rainy evening looking through the stadium, then vacant lots, alleys and ravines.

The search was covered heavily by television and radio.

Alison’s mother would appeal for her daughter’s return, throughout the weekend.

SOT

Two days after Alison’s disappearance, two boys

discovered Her body in a west-end park.

Lesley Parrott said Alison regularly used the subway.

After the discovery, Police sealed off the area and assigned 60 officers to search all the garbage collected in the subway system since July 25 for clues.

Alison’s killing took a toll on the city much like Amy’s killing has continued to loom over Bay Village.

The way both girls were stalked is another reason these killings still resonate today.

As mentioned in Part One, Alison was a runner. Albeit a newbie to the sport she had talent. She won the first race she entered and the local papers covered her accomplishment.

Police at the time believed that Alison’s killer was probably aware of her running and that’s when he began to stalk her.

With little evidence at the time, police offered a reward of $50,000 to help track the killer.

DNA technology didn’t exist in 1986 but they were able to collect fluids from Alison’s body.

A 1986 article they reference the technology being used at the time. It’s interesting because we’re so used to DNA today but this is what they said “, and investigators even used a laser beam to scan the girl’s body for fingerprints, hairs or other traces that might identify the abductor.”

One suspect that was interviewed in 1986 was Carl Francis Roy.

He was a runner and lived near Alison

They didn’t have anything at the time to connect him to the body.

That changed in 1993 when scientists began using advanced DNA technology.

In 1996, the fluids they found on Alison were tested. The test was able to prove once and for all that Francis Carl Roy was indeed the killer.

After stalking Roy’s movements for days the police found what they were looking for, a discarded cigarette butt with Roy’s DNA.

Dr. Wayne Murray describes what can be found “

SOT- Dr. Wayne Murray

Almost ten years after Alison’s murder Roy was arrested.

The strongest piece of evidence against Roy was DNA found in the girl's body that matched Roy's.

This is where things start to get a little bit too graphic and I will do my best to minimize his ridiculous defense.

Roy's lawyer tried to raise the possibility that police charged the wrong man.

This is where the defense jumps the shark. Roy's explanation for the DNA was that he discovered Alison's naked body in a park, and then molested her.

Roy's lawyer told the jury “what Roy did was “admittedly vile and disgusting”, he wasn't a murderer.

SOT – Defense lawyer

The jury deliberated for six days before returning its verdict.

It took five days for the jury to reach a verdict.

The jury wasn’t told that Roy had twice been convicted of rape or that both victims were teenagers.

Another item the jury was was unaware of is that one of his previous victims was tricked, abducted and bound, much like Alison.

 

Francis Roy was found guilty of the first-degree murder of 11-year-old Alison Parrott.

Roy, 41, faces an automatic life sentence with no parole eligibility for 25 years.

Alison's mother, Lesley Party met with reporter’s outside the courtroom.

She told them she was relieved the trial was over.

SOT

"We never had any doubt that the just and right decision would happen," she said. "We are very grateful to a jury who had to work long and hard, perhaps with not all the information they should have had to come to this decision."

 

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July 1st, 2019

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Who Killed Carnell Sledge & Katherine Brown?

July 1st, 2019

The FBI is offering a $20,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the suspect or suspects in the death of Sledge and Brown. Anyone with information can call the Cleveland FBI at 216-522-1400, Metroparks Police dedicated tip line at 440-331-5219 or Crime Stoppers at 216-252-7463. Tipsters can remain anonymous.”

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Who Killed Alison Parrott?

June 21st, 2019

Nic from the True Crime Garage Podcast and I discuss the murder of Alison Parrott

Sources: Toronto Star

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New Interview With Chief Spaetzel

April 12th, 2019

I sit down with the Chief of the Bay Village Police Department to discuss the latest updates on the Amy Mihaljevic case.

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The Lake Erie Murders: Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic? Round Table

January 25th, 2019

Me and Nic from the True Crime Garage Podcast discuss all things Amy Mihaljevic and different theories about the case.

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Round Table Discussion on the Lake Erie Murders

January 18th, 2019

The documentary was just released and so far has garnered some new information for authorities; information they are obviously keeping close to the vest.

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The End… For Now

December 14th, 2018

A large amount of questions regarding Amy’s remain unanswered, the most important being that of who was responsible for her death. The podcast set out to answer the question of Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic? and I have let the listeners make their own conclusions on whom they believe is responsible for Amy’s murder.

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Mark Mihaljevic Interview

December 7th, 2018

What you will hear next are excerpts from my interviews with Mark Mihaljevic over the summer of 2018. We discuss everything from Amy as a child to where he grew up in Wisconsin, his work with Buick and what his life has been like seeking justice for his daughter.

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Margaret Mihaljevic

November 23rd, 2018

Amy's mother tragically passed away in 2001. This week I want the listeners to hear from Margaret and the heartache that she went through. It is a shame that she won't be able to see justice. Outro Thank you again for listening to this weeks episode of Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic? and stay tuned for next week for episode 15. If you enjoy this is independently produced podcast, please help support independent journalism by clicking on the donate button on the bottom left on whokilledamymihaljevic.com. You can also make a donation through the Venmo app with my user name @Bill-Huffman-3. Thank you to the listeners that help keep this podcast going. Any amount is appreciated. You can also help support the show by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts that will also help support the show and help get Amy’s story the coverage it deserves. You can contact the Bay Village Police Department at 440-871-1234 if you have any new information. The FBI is offering a reward up to $25,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual(s) responsible for the death of Amy Renee Mihaljevic. Anyone with information concerning this case please contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI. Thank you again for listening and BE SAFE!

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The Teacher?

November 16th, 2018

I have always played devils advocate with James about his top suspect but I will admit that what we just saw does make me a bit of a believer in James’s theory. How many coincidences are too many? The circumstantial evidence isn’t far-fetched and there may even be an outside chance that the theory of Amy’s killing be a one-off may not be accurate. If this person killed Amy, then there is a possibility that he may also have been responsible for another unsolved murder

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Is this what we’ve been looking for?

November 9th, 2018

Episode 12- The Meeting It was around 1:30 pm last Thursday when I received an ominous text from James Renner that read “What are you doing today at 4? Bring your recorder because this may be huge”. He said he’d text back with where we needed to go and soon I heard back that James and I were to meet at the Taco Bell of RT 60. As I am driving to meet James my mind is running but I have a good feeling on who this could be about but he gave me no idea what it is that I was walking into.

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Nic from True Crime Garage Interviews Me for Off the Record

November 2nd, 2018

On this weeks episode of Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic? I am going to flip things around a bit. I was recently a guest on the True Crime Garage premium show Off the Record on Stitcher Premium. Since this was an opportunity for Nic to ask me some questions about this case I thought it would be relevant to the listeners of this program to hear where I stand on things and how it was that I got involved in Amy’s case. Take a listen to our interview from True Crime Garage’s premium show, Off the Record.

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