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In order to tell the story of a crime, you have to turn back time. Every season, Investigative journalist Delia D'Ambra digs deep into a mind-bending mystery with the hopes of reigniting interest in a decades old homicide case. 

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NEW SHOW: O.C. Swingers

NEW SHOW: O.C. Swingers

2021-03-2901:19:254

Hey CounterClock listeners, Delia has been hard at work for the last year reporting, writing, and producing CounterClock Season 3. All 20 episodes will be released on April 29th of this year, so you guys can binge! But in the meantime, we have some exciting news to share! Audiochuck has teamed up with well-known journalist and podcaster Justine Harman for audiochuck’s newest 10-part series, O.C. Swingers! When Newport Beach Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Grant Robicheaux and his fresh-faced girlfriend are accused of drugging and raping many women, the attractive young couple claims the prosecution simply has a problem with their party lifestyle. But you can’t spell “lifestyle” without “lies”. You can listen to the first TWO episodes right now, and be sure to follow O.C. Swingers for a new episode every Monday. For episode information and sources, please visit https://www.ocswingers.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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2019-11-2703:1725

An investigative journalist revisits her small coastal hometown in North Carolina to dive deep into a 22-year-old cold case murder and arson that's marred the image of where she grew up. This investigative series reveals new clues, never-before-heard interviews and tracks down potential suspects in the case. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 1: Dainty

Episode 1: Dainty

2020-01-1638:51135

A killer remains at-large 22 years after a woman is brutally murdered inside her home in coastal North Carolina. Host, Delia D’Ambra, begins a new investigation into the unsolved murder starting with recollections from eyewitnesses.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kill Devil Hills police detectives, past and present, weigh in on the lagging progress in the case and the location of evidence from Denise's autopsy comes into question. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 3: The Dog

Episode 3: The Dog

2020-01-2340:5354

In 1997, the first eyewitness on scene is detained by police and years later CounterClock tracks him down. Investigators begin to consider Denise’s four-legged companion a critical piece of evidence.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 4: Of Interest

Episode 4: Of Interest

2020-01-3044:3659

Denise's roommate from 22 years ago remembers critical details that could help investigators and Delia uncovers a perplexing connection between Denise and the first eyewitness on scene. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 5: Search Warrant

Episode 5: Search Warrant

2020-02-0632:4251

A set of siblings start to suspect their downstairs tenant is involved in the crime and when police return to Norfolk Street, a new lead emerges. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 6: The Brass

Episode 6: The Brass

2020-02-1337:4135

All of the former key law enforcement detectives on he Denise Johnson case go on record about the investigation and mistakes that were made. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 7: Caller Unknown

Episode 7: Caller Unknown

2020-02-1342:0341

CounterClock uncovers a terrible secret about Denise’s past in Florida and unearths a police report from Kill Devil Hills in 1996 that could point to who wanted her dead.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
One of the last people to see Denise Johnson alive comes forward and Delia tracks down the man who lived next door to Denise in 1997.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
CounterClock revisits the crime scene at 2014 Norfolk Street and uncovers there are secrets beneath the floorboards. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 10: Male Figures

Episode 10: Male Figures

2020-03-0537:2846

Delia tracks down Denise’s long term boyfriends and discovers their overlapping information could point to the murderer’s motive.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 11: Vandal

Episode 11: Vandal

2020-03-1232:3447

Someone is still targeting Denise Johnson and a new crime taunts investigators in two neighboring small police departments. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 12: Irrelevant

Episode 12: Irrelevant

2020-03-1824:5326

After two years of searching, Delia tracks down Teresa but runs into unforeseen twists. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 13: New Lead

Episode 13: New Lead

2020-03-2631:5236

Who was really after who inside 2014 Norfolk Street on July 13th 1997? In 2020, a major update emerges in a cold case. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It’s been 30 years since someone brutally stabbed 28-year-old Stacey Stanton inside of her second-story apartment. Investigative journalist Delia D’Ambra is back in her hometown on the Outer Banks of North Carolina to figure out if a man was wrongfully convicted for the crime and if the real killer is still out there. The only way to understand Stacey’s story is to move counterclockwise in time; to go backwards to the point where her clock violently stopped. CounterClock Season Two will premier on Thursday, September 10th! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 1: Cluttered

Episode 1: Cluttered

2020-09-1035:4660

In season two, host Delia D'Ambra is back in her home town to investigate another brutal murder from the 90s. To the local police and DA the case is closed and a man has been sentenced for the crime. But to those who knew the victim it is very much an unsolved case and an innocent man might have been wrongly convicted. In episode one Delia D'Ambra tracks down witnesses who remember the bloody crime scene inside Stacey Stanton's apartment on February 3rd, 1990. Early on, the investigation into how the young waitress died reveals unique clues about who committed the crime. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 2: Prime Suspect

Episode 2: Prime Suspect

2020-09-1045:4029

Within hours, authorities develop their prime suspect in the Stacey Stanton murder case. This lead takes investigators to a town just outside of Manteo and to a man who was with Stacey the night she died. The clock to make an arrest is ticking and racial biases start to come into play even when all the pieces don't quite fit into place. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 3: Open and Shut

Episode 3: Open and Shut

2020-09-1741:0239

Clifton Spencer fights his conviction in court and wins a small victory...but a bigger battle is still head. Delia uncovers that the events from three decades ago still weigh heavy on key players in the case. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 4: Bar Rats

Episode 4: Bar Rats

2020-09-2435:0032

Delia interviews a case of characters who were inside the Green Dolphin Pub on the night of February 2, 1990. These witnesses shed more light on the circumstances leading up to Stacey's murder. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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SPL80

Is it possible the police department was in on the cover up? You will certainly uncover the secrets--I love your journalism Delia ❤

May 11th
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Deana Miller

really leaves alot of questions. I don't believe that Jeff did it. you proved that the time frame given truely was very short but question I have is thier dog was not in the house but outside he would of heard the gun shots and pitched a fit barking. plus how did the nieghbors not hear 5 shot gun shots ? I live in the country and when a gun is fired u hear it for many blocks . there is just to many holes in the investigation and still way to many questions that I have .They say Jeff did it but at 17 where would he get the gun because I think even in 89 u had to be at least 18 to buy a gun. and the family and the 1 friend already stated all the guns were removed from the house . I think one thing they can press on is where is the gun and look from guns sales to see if Jeff bought 1 before the murders. No blood evidence was found in the car or on clothes that he left the house in. Still do not see how he was convinced just questions I can come up with from your investigation the prosecution would not have answers for and the jury to have no questions to clairify evidence is just unbelievable.

May 9th
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Carrie Marie Blake

you did an amazing job!!!! This Holly family isn't being punished for any crimes hmmm whys that!? He's in someone's pocket!

May 9th
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Carrie Marie Blake

no details to say where those damn clothes came from! 'that's the problem I'd you don't have ther resort " so how in the world can you arrest him on this unclear evidence!!! they are fitting evidence to fit their agenda. they never looked else's where for suspects! As they say tunnel focus.

May 7th
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Erin Harbour

I am reaching out about Eric Dawson case for sure

May 6th
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Steffie

Me whenever the police "loses" evidence that favors the suspect's story 🧐🧐

May 6th
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Carmen Gale

This cuts out between him staying with the Holly family and all of a sudden being married and committing insurance fraud?

May 5th
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ilovepodcasts41

That many coins would not have stayed in the pocket through a wash cycle.

May 5th
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courtney may

where is episode 13-15????

May 4th
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Jason Ramirez

WOW..... after listening to the show I just don't think Jeff did it. How does a 17 year old boy commit these crimes and act so normal, leave no trace of evidence pointing to him besides the argument with his dad but what teen age boy doesn't argue with their parents. And what we learned about Phil and his family are damaging. Good investigating your shows are great keep up the good work.

May 4th
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ilovepodcasts41

anyone else's cut off early?

May 3rd
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Erin Harbour

this is so crazy. I think the cops had their sights set on one person and didn't even take in to consideration that someone else did this. the stepsister is a bitter step sister thinking he's guilty and Jeff's biological sister has his back. I don't think he did it! this needs to be reopened

May 3rd
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Carrie Marie Blake

Wait so ... Hoover was passing by after mass and "stopped in" but mass was in the morning right?! him to stop at 3pm doesn't make sense!

May 3rd
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Alicia Smith

Anybody else's podcast on this episode glitch several times?

May 3rd
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Amanda Rowen

season 3 is 🔥

May 3rd
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Susan Gielow

Does the music continue to play during the entire series? I really want to listen, but I'm so distracted. If it's temporary, I'll push on, but if this is the pattern, I may as well give up now.

May 2nd
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Shari Urbancic

Will we get updates??

May 2nd
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Aiden James

I think it’s crazy that Jeff accepting his fate is taken as guilt. He was arrested in 2002, his case didn’t come around until 2006. That’s 4 years of his life. If you were innocent and experienced that you wouldn’t want to look at the people happy you were convicted. You’d probably want curl up into a whole and never come out. So much of Jeff’s life people were convinced he did it, I’m sure at that point if he didn’t do it, he must’ve just accepted that justice wasn’t going to be served.

May 2nd
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Lyndsey Maqastena

really enjoyed this season! loved that the episodes were all released together,hopefully we can get an update soon on what's happening with the case!

May 2nd
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ID21591824

I was looking forward to this but it’s so boring. 😣

May 2nd
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