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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. 

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Paul Holes and Billy Jensen investigate the unsolved deaths of eight women now known as the Jeff Davis 8. In this special episode--the first ever live Murder Squad recording-they also reveal the identity of three of the Allenstown 4 and updates about other potential victims of Terry Rasmussen.
Israel Keyes

Israel Keyes

2019-06-1000:57:3223

Billy Jensen and Paul Holes take a close look into the case of Israel Keyes. Keyes was a serial killer who actively travelled to commit murder. Based on statements made by Keyes, he has several more victims, which is where the Murder Squad comes in.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes discuss the case of serial killer Joseph Naso. Naso used the ruse of photography to lure victims, and for the first time Paul discusses the photos still waiting to be identified.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes discuss the possibility of serial killer(s) in Chicago. Together with the founder of the Murder Accountability Project Thomas Hargrove, Billy and Paul dive into the details of over 50 cases that have remained unsolved beginning nearly two decades ago in Chicago, Illinois.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes jump into the investigation of the I-5 Strangler-Roger Kibbe. Jensen and Holes go over the details of the case with retired investigator Vito Bertocchini, who is continuing his search for other victims of Kibbe.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes welcome special guest Ashley Flowers from Crime Junkie Podcast to discuss the murders of Abby Williams and Liberty German in Delphi, Indiana. They also discuss the unsolved murders of Elizabeth Collins and Lyric Cook out of Evansdale, Iowa.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes discuss the unsolved murders of women and girls in the Santa Rosa, California area from the 1970's that have been possibly linked to serial killer Ted Bundy."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 cover two unsolved murders in Southern Ohio and discuss why it's an ideal hunting ground for serial killers.
The Golden State Killer

The Golden State Killer

2019-04-2200:59:067

Billy Jensen and Paul Holes discuss the case that brought them together--the Golden State Killer. After diving into the investigation, they ask you to help bring possible other cases into the light.
Jeffrey Willis

Jeffrey Willis

2019-04-1500:53:222

Billy Jensen and Paul Holes explore the case of killer Jeffrey Willis and ask the Murder Squad to help find possible other victims.
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Comments (111)

LindDes

dudes. it is not only his military time that trained him, but also his time growing up rural with people that could live off the land.

Jun 10th
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Leathallnr

I really love this show, this is the true crime show I've always wanted, it's so well researched and presented. Thank you!

Jun 10th
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Annica Isherwood

I chose this to be my first listen of the pod, (Ted Bundy and the Santa Rosa..) good and interesting up until they started speaking with the screaming lady via phone. (Deb?) Horrible sound quality and a lot of meaningless chattering in a loud voice that really ruined the listening experience. I'll try another episode before giving up on this podcast altogether.

Jun 10th
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Manny Martinez

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Jun 8th
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Vonnie Marco

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Jun 3rd
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heywhytheface

I’ve always thought Naso’s victim count was up there with Little’s. Early on when Paul posted a page from his diary on twitter I was instantly hooked on finding out who these women were. So glad you all are covering it today. This one is personal to me as I spend a lot of my youth running around Port Costa and the surrounding area. Very creepy location.

Jun 3rd
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Pororo

Is it just me or does Tom sound like John Malkovich

May 27th
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Pororo

Jaymes Moynihan I know right?!?

Jun 4th
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Jaymes Moynihan

Pororo that's ALL I can hear now lol

May 28th
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Jacki Freeman

great episode!

May 27th
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Larry Martinez

best podcast going right now

May 21st
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Jaymes Moynihan

At one point, Paul mentions how back in the day, when kids their age went missing, police would often claim that they had runaway,....he makes out like this attitude is a thing of the past, when in fact that mentality is Still very very prevalent...,I've listened to enough epsiodes of the vanished podcast to say it is VERY much still the attitude of police in many many missing persons cases even today.

May 15th
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Michelle Cox

did anyone check the teachers or substitute teachers? snow day? authority like Male voice ... all he had to say was" down the hill" and they just went?

May 14th
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Natalia Winchester

I hope they catch this filthy, fat scumbag. It is obvious he sexually assaulted these children.. He is a filthy pedo killer.

May 14th
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Michelle Cox

Natalia Winchester they check the teachers??

May 14th
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Michelle Ann

So far so good... just finished the first episode. I think you guys are great. Keep it up.

May 14th
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Nicole Bigelow

Michelle Ann all

May 30th
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Natalia Winchester

so sad the list of all of these victims...

May 14th
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Christine Dewater

Lyric and Elizabeth are local cases to me. always wondered if they were connected

May 14th
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Natalia Winchester

hahaha about the turkey

May 14th
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Gerald Schutte

I don't think her attacker was GSK

May 13th
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Natalia Winchester

I don't think it is him. Some other horrible subhuman, unfortunately.

May 13th
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Mike V. Nelson

I'm impressed at how poorly the audio is mastered. One guy clips constantly and then they have audio of a guy barely audible, it takes work to make such talented folks sound this bad. Also the girl from MFM is awful and offers absolutely nothing to this podcast. Your producer should be ashamed.

May 11th
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Joanna Collier

Crazy to actually know the areas they are describing.

May 8th
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