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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. 

23 Episodes
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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.
In this special live episode from a packed Skylight Books in Los Angeles, Karen Kilgariff interviews Billy on the night of the release of his book "Chase Darkness with Me: How One True Crime Writer Started Solving Murders." They talk about Billy's first ever murder case, his first solve, their mutual friend Michelle McNamara, and the Golden State Killer--with the help of surprise guest Paul (who Polly was hiding at the bar until the right moment).
Morgan Bauer MISSING

Morgan Bauer MISSING

2019-08-1201:18:5419

Billy Jensen and Paul Holes dive into the missing person case of Morgan Bauer. Bauer went missing from the Atlanta area three and half years ago. Billy and Paul talk to Morgan's mother Sherri about the investigation and her continued search.
Fugitive RJ McLeod

Fugitive RJ McLeod

2019-08-0501:03:2819

Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into the active fugitive case of Raymond "RJ" McLeod. McLeod is wanted for the murder of Krystal Mitchell. Billy and Paul talk with Josephine Wentzel, Krystal's mother, about her own investigation and where McLeod could currently be.
This week Billy Jensen and Paul Holes discuss serial killer Charles Jackson and the case that brought him to Paul's attention. The guys welcome the original prosecutor Rockne Harmon to give details on how they were able to link more cases to Jackson.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes interview retired detective Cliff Shepard about an unsolved murder that has been possibly linked to the Manson Family. They dive into the history of the Manson family murders as well as possible other victims.
Jenkins County Jane Doe

Jenkins County Jane Doe

2019-07-1501:07:2323

Billy Jensen and Paul Holes welcome The Fall Line's Laurah Norton. The three look into the unsolved case of Jenkins County Jane Doe, an unidentified woman who was found inside a duffel bag in a dumpster on Valentine's Day 1988.
Todd Kohlhepp

Todd Kohlhepp

2019-07-0801:01:5420

A search for a missing couple leads to a gruesome discovery and details of an unsolved quadruple murder. Paul Holes and Billy Jensen look into the case of convicted serial killer Todd Kohlhepp. Billy and Paul talk to Melissa Ponder, the widow of Scott Ponder--one of Kohlhepp's victims.
Who Killed Faith Hedgepeth?

Who Killed Faith Hedgepeth?

2019-07-0101:16:1022

Listen to Billy Jensen and Paul Holes dive into to the investigation of the murder of Faith Hedgepeth. While talking with true crime television producer Kelly McLear, Billy and Paul and the Murder Squad learn new details in the case.
Alissa Turney MISSING

Alissa Turney MISSING

2019-06-2401:13:4729

Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into the disappearance of 17-year-old Alissa Turney from Phoenix, Arizona. Alissa's sister Sarah joins Billy and Paul to give details into the case and where it stands now.
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Comments (160)

Apple Betty

Paul...it will be ok. I was scared shitless getting my knee replaced, and yes getting old does suck. I feel like the bionic woman...get the shoulder done, you will not regret it! ✌🏽

Aug 21st
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Rita Moore

Apple Betty 😃✌️✌️

Aug 22nd
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Apple Betty

This makes me so angry what the older sister did. She started a damn rumor about Morgan being ok and it turned into a snowball effect basically discounting the very fact that she WAS missing. What a douche.

Aug 21st
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HeavyMetalLion

false. triceratops is the best dinosaur.

Aug 19th
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Kimberley Cotton

HeavyMetalLion 🤔🙄🙄

Aug 20th
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alli lent

on line? I've never heard anyone say that....

Aug 19th
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Apple Betty

alli lent I'm from east coast and say in line...never heard anyone say online. lol

Aug 21st
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Felix Bart

alli lent me too...

Aug 20th
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jess d

has any leo ever thought about teaming up with 23andme or other dna testing companies to find relatives of the jane does?

Aug 15th
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Liz F

Liz F Sorry, episode 6 https://castbox.fm/va/1244961

Aug 17th
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Liz F

jess d I think people are looking into this, actually. The problem is that until recently, the permissions haven't been included in the enrollment process. There IS an option for people who have already done 23&Me, etc, to upload their DNA profile into the law enforcement database, I guess. Check out Philosophy of Crime, I want to say episode 3 or 4, about the database currently being used that's run by one 80 year old Mormon guy. It's kind of mind blowing.

Aug 17th
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Julia Dougherty

Billy's distractions: I bought new socks and I love my mom! Paul's distractions: My hotel shower is too short and I need a new arm 😂😂😂 I love it

Aug 14th
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Gemma

Julia Dougherty 😂😂

Aug 14th
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Siri

The squeaking of the door was painful with earphones and someone please take care of that Windows notification.

Aug 10th
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Bree Angelo

I highly recommend the book Murder in the Bayou if you are interested in the Jeff Davis 8.

Aug 8th
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Ryan Jones

Bree Angelo OK, get it~

Aug 8th
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Alison Wonderland

why is there typing noise in the background? it's so annoying 😒👎

Aug 7th
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Rob Flint

Were they recording this on a typewriter?

Aug 5th
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Gabrielle

Rob Flint good question🙄

Aug 6th
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Rane dae

My first job was at Tomorrowland Terrace in FL. STEVEN!!

Aug 5th
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Gabrielle

Rane dae 😃

Aug 6th
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Vickie Gardner

D'angelo's social security number should provide a timeline to his whereabouts.

Aug 2nd
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Pororo

These ads are awkward AF

Jul 30th
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Rane dae

Pororo I kind of love that.

Aug 5th
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Edge0fHeaven

I'm the complete opposite, I can read fiction easier than non fiction

Jul 29th
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Wyatt Hayes

Edge0fHeaven Me too! I like fiction very much

Jul 30th
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Lucinda Jensen

man, Holes voice is way soothing I almost fall asleep when I hear his voice. lol

Jul 29th
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Wyatt Hayes

Lucinda Jensen haha, me too!

Jul 30th
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Leslie Nelson

Tiny Dancer!

Jul 29th
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Renee Victor

Leslie Nelson 😃😃

Jul 30th
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alli lent

how do I get on a parole board? I want these people to stop getting out after multiple murders just to kill more people.

Jul 29th
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Wyatt Hayes

alli lent totally agree! It's hard for them to change

Jul 30th
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Rob Flint

Is Murder Squad ever going to cover murders that happened within its listener's lifetimes? I just don't see a ton of us having information about an event that happened 30-40 years before the average lister was even born....

Jul 24th
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Lars Wood

Rob Flint good question

Jul 25th
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Karen Montgomery Wagner

Canadia

Jul 23rd
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Heather Morrison

Karen Montgomery Wagner Canadia

Jul 24th
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Rachael Todd Byce

I feel like I'm listening to a ghost hunter show....lots of conjecture and guessing. Paul gave lots of good insight but I disagree as well about Karina sounding fake!

Jul 21st
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Colbert Williams

Rachael Todd Byce Disagree too!

Jul 22nd
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