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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.
Episode 1: Dainty

Episode 1: Dainty

2020-01-1637:066

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. 
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.
Episode 3: The Dog

Episode 3: The Dog

2020-01-2340:141

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. 
Episode 4: Of Interest

Episode 4: Of Interest

2020-01-3043:40

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.
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.
Episode 6: The Brass

Episode 6: The Brass

2020-02-1337:04

All of the former key law enforcement detectives on he Denise Johnson case go on record about the investigation and mistakes that were made.
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. 
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. 
CounterClock revisits the crime scene at 2014 Norfolk Street and uncovers there are secrets beneath the floorboards.
Delia tracks down Denise’s long term boyfriends and discovers their overlapping information could point to the murderer’s motive. 
Episode 11: Vandal

Episode 11: Vandal

2020-03-1232:181

Someone is still targeting Denise Johnson and a new crime taunts investigators in two neighboring small police departments.
Episode 12: Irrelevant

Episode 12: Irrelevant

2020-03-1826:21

After two years of searching, Delia tracks down Teresa but runs into unforeseen twists.
Episode 13: New Lead

Episode 13: New Lead

2020-03-2632:241

Who was really after who inside 2014 Norfolk Street on July 13th 1997? In 2020, a major update emerges in a cold case.
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!
Episode 1: Cluttered

Episode 1: Cluttered

2020-09-1036:17

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.
Episode 2: Prime Suspect

Episode 2: Prime Suspect

2020-09-1045:221

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.
Episode 3: Open and Shut

Episode 3: Open and Shut

2020-09-1739:201

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.
Episode 4: Bar Rats

Episode 4: Bar Rats

2020-09-2434:141

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.
Delia discovers that statements from Stacey's ex-boyfriend and his entourage are not adding up. Where they were and when leaves a lot of time unaccounted for on the night of the crime.
Comments (330)

Michelle Sawall-Kneale

this poor man was railroaded by so many!

May 26th
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Amber Byrne

If John's weapon was intentionally placed at the scene, that might also explain the placement of the belt/belts and holster as well. If you were to rush back to retrieve the weapon, you'd need to bring the holster, if you have the holster you'd need the belt/belts(still confused by 2 belts) That could also explain the miniscule amount of blood on the weapon as transfer....

May 24th
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Ryan Phillips

running out of story so inventing shit to talk about

May 21st
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Amy Keoghan

what is wrong with them, jesua

May 21st
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CourtneyJ0813

I love the assistance of the police chief!! Someone who doesn't even know her cares more than the police in her own town.

May 20th
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PuddinPie

Grandma is so guilty of something!

May 20th
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Anwar Aldamen

I'm sorry, but this woman and everything about her doesn't sit right with me.

May 19th
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Just Robin

keep doing your investigations, Delia! you are helping folks that may not get it otherwise in our legal system.

May 19th
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Tony Moore

are producers aware that both episode 5 and 6 skip and end mid sentence?

May 17th
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Allison Rose

anyone else noticing all the episodes start with an S? on episode S4E9 and wondering if I've caught a clue 🤔

May 17th
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Amanda Ferrell

I feel the police should look at a wife or girlfriend of someone she had a relationship with.

May 16th
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🪢🧳🥵🥶🤓😋🥲

Season 4 is by far the most involved and captured my whole attention. I feel frustrated with the sheriff’s office and the injustice in Welles’s case

May 15th
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rosetta porter

Hello, did anyone find out how to get all 15 episodes?

May 14th
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Stephanie Cooper

I downloaded Spotify and they have the full Season 4

May 13th
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LINDSEY WARNER

How to get all 15 episodes at once ? I can only get the First episode ?

May 13th
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Amanda Dingus

Thought all 15 were coming out so we could binge it?

May 12th
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Erin Lovett

this is the BEST true crime podcast hands down. such good reporting, I love the host. she always treats victims and families with sensitivity while digging deep. better than crime junkie, mfm, criminal, up and vanished, seriously better than all the big ones u might have heard of. and all the episodes released at once per season is the way to do it too. and I'm obsessed with the outro music. it's just SO GOOD!

May 12th
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Dark Luna

it was such a ride everything was so interesting and easy to go along with the story telling. The host's voice was so good it gravitated me to hear everything she was saying. I like the fact that she doesn't instigate that a person who is related to the case is the killer nor does she point fingers and condemn them, just facts and no prejudice against anyone. i love this podcast!!!

Apr 16th
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Hannah Jasienski

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Mar 25th
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ID24342969

Theresa slit his tires the same night Denise was murdered? Was that ever looked into? Was the tool used to slit the tires the same weapon used on Denise?

Jan 12th
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