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Jensen and Holes: The Murder Squad

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Retired Cold Case Investigator Paul Holes and Investigative Journalist Billy Jensen dig deep into unsolved murders, unidentified remains and missing persons cases. Each week listeners ride shotgun as Holes and Jensen attempt to solve the crime using a variety of methods, from old-fashioned detective work to advanced technologies including familial DNA searches, social media geotargeting, and maybe most important—the skills of their listeners who send in tips and theories, becoming active members of The Murder Squad. 

32 Episodes
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Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into the murders of Morgan Harrington and Hannah Graham in Charlottesville, Virginia. While talking to Morgan's mother Gil Harrington, they learn new details and hear a mother's journey in learning her daughter was killed by the serial killer Jesse Matthew. Billy and Paul bring into focus whether the man Gil calls the "back to school killer" could be guilty of other crimes.
It’s 1946. A young singer/waitress had just arrived in a small Michigan town, and caused a sensation among the rough crowd at the tavern where she was singing. Then one night she went missing. Three men were interested in her. All three are suspects. In this bonus episode, Billy and Paul will tell the tale, and then release a different clue every day via the Barnes and Noble instagram page. Then on Thursday night, October 17, listeners can go to their local Barnes and Noble store for a get together to discuss the case and their theories, play games and of course…learn the solution. 
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into the missing persons case of Molly Miller and Colt Haynes out of Love County, Oklahoma. The two went missing after a high speed police chase in July of 2013. Billy and Paul talk to Molly's cousin Paula about the ins and outs of the case.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women in North America. With the help of scholar and Yakama tribal member Emily Washines, they dive into specific cases and shine light on the nearly 6,000 cases of missing Indigenous women in the United States.For more information, please visit TheMurderSquad.com or UIHI. "Relaxing Piano Music" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into the unsolved homicides of 21 year old Sydney Land and 20 year old Neo Kauffman. The two were killed in their Las Vegas apartment in October of 2016. Billy and Paul speak directly to Sydney's mom about the events leading up to that night and the ongoing investigation.
William "Wild Bill" Huff

William "Wild Bill" Huff

2019-09-1601:10:2814

Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into a killer that Paul has been investigating since his time on the job. William "Wild Bill" Huff is in prison for two murders, but law enforcement believes he could be guilty of many more. Billy and Paul welcome Contra Costa County Deputy District Attorney Colleen Gleason to discuss the details of the case.
Is Neal Falls a Serial Killer?

Is Neal Falls a Serial Killer?

2019-09-0901:12:3333

Billy Jensen and Paul Holes dive into the cases of four women out of Las Vegas, Nevada. Each case raises questions about a man-Neal Falls-who was killed in Charleston, West Virginia. Paul and Billy talk with Heather Saul who defended herself and most likely saved other women from becoming victims of Neal Falls.
Samuel Little

Samuel Little

2019-09-0201:04:3322

Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into perhaps the most prolific serial killer in American history--Samuel Little. They discuss details of the over 90 confessions Little has made--those confirmed and not confirmed. We need the Murder Squad's help in identifying the still unknown victims.For more information, please go to TheMurderSquad.com
The Killer Nurse

The Killer Nurse

2019-08-2601:06:2919

Billy Jensen and Paul Holes with the help of clinical and forensic psychologist and co-host of the daytime talk show The Doctors Dr. Judy Ho look into their first female serial killer. They delve into the case of confessed serial killer nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer from Woodstock, Ontario, Canada.For more information, please go to TheMurderSquad.com
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into two unsolved murders. The cases are states apart but Billy has made it his mission to solve them and wants the Murder Squad's help.For more information, please go to TheMurderSquad.com
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Comments (191)

Parker Bates

The social justice warriors are at it again. I love how in 2019, the most liberal and mentally open minded year to date, people can be so judgmental when someone makes an observatory comment. With no intent towards sexism I might add. Thanks for taking the time to comment at least, Karina Estrada.

Oct 17th
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Jamie Rhines-Romero

Paul, you know Blue on Black was originally done by Kenny Wayne Sheppard. FFDP does a great rendition, tho!

Oct 17th
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gimmeafreeknusername

I am the biggest True crimeaplille there is but this was entirely too jovial the first 60 seconds in. wow I don't care what decade the crime occurred in there always survivors' families. This was in such poor taste! Seriously poor taste. Can we please always remember victims families. 👿

Oct 13th
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Jaymes

seems kind of in bad taste to use somebody's death and turn it into a game just to promote what is essentials a big ad grab for Barnes & Noble...

Oct 11th
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Estelle Hopper

Well that's a Bummer for international murder squad afionados! Guess I'll do my own research to find out what happened to the Songbird. Barnes and Noble doesn't exist in Australia, and I can't afford to fly 17 hours for the meet!

Oct 10th
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D.T.W.,ll

I was with you guys. Really enjoying the show. Y'all were talking about a black man, born to a sex worker who was in prison at the time of his birth. A man who had been arrested like 50 times and released. Once, serving 2 years of a 4 year sentence, after having been caught in the act by a police officer. When the idiot interrupted, outraged it sounded like to me, declaring that whites guys, from good families, attending college are not held accountable for rape, you lost me. since I don't think I was hearing the show live, I have to assume it was edited. So you're obviously pushing an agenda. That's not something I'm interested in hearing. Stick to facts. Not your friend's feelings.

Oct 10th
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D.T.W.,ll

I was with you guys. Really enjoying the show. Y'all were talking about a black man, born to a sex worker who was in prison at the time of his birth. A man who had been arrested like 50 times and released. Once, serving 2 years of a 4 year sentence, after having been caught in the act by a police officer. When the idiot interrupted, outraged it sounded like to me, declaring that whites guys, from good families, attending college are not held accountable for rape, you lost me. since I don't think I was hearing the show live, I have to assume it was edited. So you're obviously pushing an agenda. That's not something I'm interested in hearing. Stick to facts. Not your friend's feelings.

Oct 10th
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Rachael Todd Byce

all the pauses are quite painful to listen to on a podcast ...

Oct 9th
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Pororo

Ermergerd thank you taking the typing and background noise away 💯

Oct 7th
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Natalie Evans

I cannot stress enough how important this episode is and how grateful I am that you're using your platform to bring #MMIW to more ears!

Sep 30th
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Pororo

STOP THE BACKGROUND TYPING AND WHITE NOISE IT'S SOOOOOOOO ANNOYING

Sep 27th
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Amber Knight

Paul, PLEASE STOP OVER ENUNCIATING EVERY SINGLE LETTTTER. It is notttt thattt im-portt-tanttt. Seriously, it is so distracting. I love this podcast, but I just can't listen to that anymore.

Sep 25th
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Nicole Munoz

love the podcast but the background noise is unbearable!

Sep 25th
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Sarah K.

Paul Holes..I also remember those cicadas when I lived in San Antonio as a kid. We had moved from California and I remember thinking how loud they were, it took awhile to adjust to the noise at night. LOL Also this is the wasp you were referring to... Sphecius speciosus, often simply referred to as the cicada killer or the cicada hawk, is a large digger wasp species. Cicada killers are large, solitary wasps in the family Crabronidae.

Sep 24th
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Jaymes

had to fast forward the first 10 minutes...Billy is like a damn child, talking about Halloween costumes and shit. wish that guy would grow up and stop listening to harry potter and getting excited about Halloween. "eye roll"" he just enjoys hearing his own voice.

Sep 23rd
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Vickie Gardner

Just a thought regarding "Wild Bill" as a listener I see where there might be a connection to "Girl in the Refrigerator " case in San Joaquin County, found on Bacon Island Rd. Retired Detective Huber stated that she was discovered by people who were scavenging and that this area was known for that kind of activity as well as an area for dumping bodies. Could be an area "Wild Bill" might be familiar with. Just a thought.

Sep 19th
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Lubbglubbs

So many ummms 😂

Sep 18th
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Sarah K.

I totally agree with Paul about the humidity thing... I live in Arkansas but originally from So Cal and even after 23 years I am not used to the humidity here. My dream is to move somewhere completely arid. LOL

Sep 17th
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jess d

Can you guys look into breathing some life into the disappearances of Sarah Ann Wood, and Heidi Allen? No one knows where either of these two are laid to "rest".

Sep 16th
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Holly Braden

Looks like the woman in the video has a tattoo on her upper mid back.

Sep 13th
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