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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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Billy and Paul dive into the unsolved cases of the Freeway Phantom. In front of a live studio audience they discuss the details of six unsolved homicides from the Washington, D.C. area in 1971 and 1972. The cases are thought to have been committed by the same person dubbed the Freeway Phantom by the media. 
Fugitive John Blauvelt

Fugitive John Blauvelt

2019-11-2500:54:046

Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into the fugitive case of John Blauvelt out of South Carolina. Blauvelt is wanted for the murder of his wife Cati in October of 2016. Shortly after the murder he went on the run with a teenager who was recovered in Oregon--the last confirmed sighting of Blauvelt. Billy and Paul talk with US Marshal Will Cook in the search for John Blauvelt. 
The Forest City Killer

The Forest City Killer

2019-11-1801:04:202

In the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, this city of London, Ontario, had multiple serial killers in their midst. Three have been identified but most likely there was at least one more. Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into the murders most likely committed by this unknown killer with the help of author Vanessa Brown. More information on Vanessa Brown's book can be found here: https://brownanddickson.com/pages/the-forest-city-killer
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes delve into the unsolved murder of Eva Taylor in front of a live audience at My Favorite Weekend in Santa Barbara. Taylor's case has similarities to the Golden State Killer cases, but still remains unsolved.
This week Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into two unsolved murders in Texas. Both cases captured the killers on video, both have DNA, but neither has been solved. Paul and Billy delve into the details of the murders of Shelbey Thornburgh and Missy Bevers.
Billy Jensen and Paul Holes look into the unsolved murder Yale Gracey, one of the great minds behind the illusions featured in Disney's Haunted Mansion ride. They also discuss other unsolved Halloween cases through the years.
Billy and Paul continue their look into the cases of Jesse Matthew. They take a closer look into unsolved missing and murdered women from areas that we know Matthew was in. They continue their conversation with Morgan Harrington's mom about the case and the potential of other victims. This week is also a special crossover with Billy's other podcast; The First Degree where the conversation about Jesse Matthew continues.
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

2019-09-1601:03:361

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.
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

2019-09-0200:59:092

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

2019-08-2601:00:241

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
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

2019-08-1201:09:501

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.For more information, please go to TheMurderSquad.com
Fugitive RJ McLeod

Fugitive RJ McLeod

2019-08-0500:58:431

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.For more information, please go to TheMurderSquad.com
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alli lent

is it just me or is the part about the informant totally repeated?

Dec 2nd
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Jayme Tucker

I can't with this guy saying ummmm so damn much. sorry can't finish ep

Dec 1st
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Jamie Rhines-Romero

lordy this US Marshall is difficult to listen to! I'll bet he's an amazing marshall but he's definitely not made for public speaking!

Nov 27th
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Stacey King

I am a huge Murderino!! And I love Exactly Right podcasts. I'm disappointed because the last 3 episodes of The Murder Squad have had pretty bad editing. This one completely cut off Paul at the end. :(

Nov 27th
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Lubbglubbs

I almost had to quit listening to this episode, that detective saying " Uhmmm" non stop was maddening

Nov 25th
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Price less

Fascinating case, hope they find more information and help the families

Nov 19th
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Erin Marie

I live in Ontario! how have I not heard of these! thx squad!

Nov 18th
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Jamie Rhines-Romero

I sooo wish y'all would come to Sacramento! please please please!

Nov 15th
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Clarisa Pesqueira

Exactly what I was thinking Jaymes. At the very beginning I was turned off by the screaming. It's a circus show now.

Nov 12th
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Derek Odom

thanks for picking this case up. it happened right up the road from me and we're gonna get answers

Nov 12th
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Jaymes

I'm already getting bored of these Podcasts, I love true crime pods, but some of these podcasts seem to focus their efforts on making money, ...MFM used to be great until they became focused on live shows and making as much money from talking about murder as they can, while relishing in the minor stardom they feel at live shows when guests shower them in love and gifts. it's starting to feel in bad taste. some podcasts, like true crime garage, Or casefile, are hugely popular, but have always stuck to making free Podcasts, but shows like MFM and seemingly this now too, have become more interested in their live shows and lining their pockets with ticket money. At that point, you're just selling ticket's and turning these c...ases into a form of live entertainment.but this is the difference between privately run Podcasts, which areca labour of love, Vs Podcasts on networks, that are just trying to make as much money as possible from their shows. I think I'll go back to the privately run podcast, where shows are happy with the money they make from Ads, and don't try to get rich from murder...but apparently that's totally Ok! as long as they don't dare to call a sex worker a prostitute then everybody's happy

Nov 11th
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Apple Betty

WHAT is the name of the Halloween podcast????????

Nov 6th
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Kim Erwin

Is that a Ring doorbell chime that goes off a couple times in the background??

Nov 6th
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Julie Gatesman

I can definitely see this being the gait of a woman. But when this person knocks out the window, it is definitely not someone who has any kind of athletic ability. it looks very weak and not the way someone with any kind of physical power would swing an object to break out a window.

Nov 5th
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Claire S

That Missy Bevers video haunts me

Nov 5th
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alli lent

agape is pronounced uh-gaw-pay not uh-gape. . ..

Nov 4th
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Kim Erwin

What makes them called the Jeff Davis 8?

Nov 3rd
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Jaymes

Billy saying he puts this guy in the same class as Leonardo da Vinci??? ...are you smoking fucking crack Billy? lol, sorry but that is an absurd thing to say.

Oct 30th
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Ame Dimeski

Outstanding podcast. Other true crime podcasts are pale in comparison.

Oct 25th
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Pororo

The editing in this episode was horrible.

Oct 21st
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