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gone cold podcast - texas true crime explores unsolved homicides and missing persons cases throughout the state of Texas, providing the victims and their families with a voice.
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On November 1st, 1980, the body of a young female was found on the side of Interstate 45 near Huntsville in Walker County, Texas. For 41 years, this girl was unidentified and known as Walker County Jane Doe. It wasn’t for the lack of investigative effort – the case had been revisited periodically over the years. Rather, the Jane Doe’s identity remained unknown because the technology didn’t exist until recently. When Walker County Sheriff’s Detective Thomas Bean took up the case in 2015, even he had to wait for the right technology to come along. Finally, in July 2020, he connected with Othram Incorporated and on November 9th, 2021, Walker County Jane Doe was given back her rightful name, 14-year-old Sherri Ann Jarvis, and her family finally knew what happened to her. Though identifying Sherri is certainly an amazing feat and a step in the right direction, her killer remains at large, leaving her story still unresolved. If you have any information about who killed Sherri Ann Jarvis, please contact the Walker County Sheriff’s Office at 936-435-2400......or Walker County Crime Stoppers at (936) 294-9494.Special thanks to Detective Thomas Bean of the Walker County Sheriff's Office and Othram’s David Mittelman and Michael Vogen for helping us tell the story of Sherri’s identification.You can donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.comPlease consider donating to the Fort Worth Cold Case Support Group, a non-profit set up in hopes to fund the testing needed to give the families of Fort Worth murder victims justice. You can make an incredible impact on these folks’ lives by donating. Please go to: https://haynow.appcapable.com/customerForm?paymentFormId=6169c6306671d56b5e215507&fbclid=IwAR2pnENlLwT7msIXDCF3Bot6fu0T4dLthEoMZOe4QFhDb8JClEv9KORAkv0You can support gone cold and listen ad-free at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcast......and on YouTube at: youtube.com/c/gonecoldpodcastThe Houston Chronicle, The Mercury Press, Texas Monthly, the Huntsville Item, and the Twin Cities Pioneer Press were used as additional sources for this episode.#JusticeForSherriAnnJarvis #WalkerCountyJaneDoe #WalkerCountyTX #Texas #TX #TexasTrueCrime #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #ColdCase #JaneDoe #UnsolvedMurder #Homicide #UnsolvedMysteries #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast
Veteran journalist Joe Nocera’s neighbor in the Hamptons was a therapist named Ike. Ike counted celebrities and Manhattan elites as his patients. He’d host star-studded parties at his eccentric vacation house. But one summer, Joe discovered that Ike was gone and everything he’d thought he’d known about his neighbor -- and the house next door -- was wrong. From Wondery, the company behind Dirty John and Dr. Death, and Bloomberg, “The Shrink Next Door” is a story about power, control and turning to the wrong person for help for three decades. Written and hosted by Joe Nocera, a columnist for Bloomberg. The Shrink Next Door is now an Apple Original series, starring Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd. Watch now only on Apple TV+. Listen to the Shrink Next Door now at https://link.chtbl.com/shrink_next_door?sid+Audio-Shrink_Next_Door_2021_Gone_Cold_Podcast
Part 3 of 3. The October 1981 slaying of 27-year-old Clarence Ray Hudgins at his home near Kilgore, Texas is still unsolved, but it’s not for the lack of effort on his mother’s part. For 40 years now, Kathryn Hudgins has collected documents and evidence concerning her son’s case. This evidence makes one thing strikingly clear: that Ray’s business partner, who he cut ties with not long before his assassination, had plenty to gain by Ray’s demise, in the form of dollar signs. Even though the Kilgore, Texas Police and the Gregg County Sheriff’s Office were stumped, Kathryn Hudgins seems to have put the pieces together just fine on her own. Only, she can’t get folks to listen. If you have any information about the assassination of Clarence Ray Hudgins, please contact Gregg County Crime Stoppers at 903-236-7867.Please consider donating to the Fort Worth Cold Case Support Group, a non-profit set up in hopes to fund the testing needed to give the families of Fort Worth murder victims justice. You can make an incredible impact on these folks’ lives by donating. Please go to: https://haynow.appcapable.com/customerForm?paymentFormId=6169c6306671d56b5e215507&fbclid=IwAR2pnENlLwT7msIXDCF3Bot6fu0T4dLthEoMZOe4QFhDb8JClEv9KORAkv0You can donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.comYou can support gone cold and listen ad-free at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcast......and on YouTube at: youtube.com/c/gonecoldpodcastSources for this episode, largely, were the documents supplied to us by Ray Hudgins’s Mother Kathryn. Additional sources include The Kilgore News-Herald, The Tyler Morning-Telegraph, and the Longview News-Journal.#JusticeForRayHudgins #Kilgore #KilgoreTX #GreggCountyTX #Texas #TX #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #UnsolvedMysteries #UnsolvedMurder #Assassination #Hitman
Killer Psyche is a new weekly true crime podcast from Wondery that explores the minds behind infamous killers and criminals. They cover high-profile cases that have shocked the world, and host Candice Delong uses her five decades of experience as a clinical psychiatric nurse and FBI Criminal Profiler to dissect the motivations and behaviors of the most terrifying felons in history. In a recent episode, Candace examines the mind of Ed Gein, the notorious murderer who inspired the movies "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho." Candace dives deep into Gein’s mind — and how his mental illnesses led to his obsession with grave-robbing and murder. This is just a preview of Killer Psyche, but you can listen to the full episode at wondery.fm/KP_GoneColdPod
When two drifters were apprehended states apart in 1983, one began confessing to any and every unsolved murder under the hot Texas sun and beyond. Though the slaying of Clarence Ray Hudgins in Gregg County, Texas had all the signs of a well-planned out hit, and these two drifters’ crimes were nothing of the sort, Texas Ranger Glenn Elliot still wanted to explore the possibility that Henry Lee Lucas and Ottis Elwood Toole were responsible. Spoiler: they were not.If you have any information about the assassination of Clarence Ray Hudgins, please contact Gregg County Crime Stoppers at 903-236-7867.You can donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.comPlease consider donating to the Fort Worth Cold Case Support Group, a non-profit set up in hopes to fund the testing needed to give the families of Fort Worth murder victims justice. You can make an incredible impact on these folks’ lives by donating. Please go to: https://haynow.appcapable.com/customerForm?paymentFormId=6169c6306671d56b5e215507&fbclid=IwAR2pnENlLwT7msIXDCF3Bot6fu0T4dLthEoMZOe4QFhDb8JClEv9KORAkv0You can support gone cold and listen ad-free at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcast......and on YouTube at: youtube.com/c/gonecoldpodcastSources for this episode include the documents supplied to us by Ray Hudgins’s Mother Kathryn as well as The Waco Tribune-Herald, The Washington Times, The Kilgore News-Herald, The Tyler Morning-Telegraph, The United Press International Archives, TexasRanger.Org, and the Longview News-Journal #JusticeForRayHudgins #Kilgore #KilgoreTX #GreggCountyTX #Texas #TX #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #UnsolvedMysteries #UnsolvedMurder #Assassination #ConfessionKiller #HenryLeeLucas
The oilfield business in East Texas, once upon a time, was wrought with shady characters who’d gladly revert to egregious crimes to stay on top of the game. Perhaps that is the reason Oilfield Sandblasting & Coating Incorporated’s owner, 27-year-old Clarence Ray Hudgins, was gunned down on the porch of his home in October of 1981. But that theory is almost too easy, and besides that, shady figures in the business usually only sabotaged or stole equipment. Murder was much more of a rarity. Either way, the Kilgore, Texas Police and the Gregg County Sheriff’s Office were stumped. Motives were easily theorized, but much more difficult to prove.If you have any information about the assassination of Clarence Ray Hudgins, please contact Gregg County Crime Stoppers at 903-236-7867.You can donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.comYou can support gone cold and listen ad-free at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcast......and on YouTube at: youtube.com/c/gonecoldpodcastSources for this episode, largely, were the documents supplied to us by Ray Hudgins’s Mother Kathryn. Additional sources include The Kilgore News-Herald, The Tyler Morning-Telegraph, and the Longview News-Journal.#JusticeForRayHudgins #Kilgore #KilgoreTX #GreggCountyTX #Texas #TX #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #UnsolvedMysteries #UnsolvedMurder #Assassination
It’s one of the most haunting murder cases you’ll ever hear about, and it takes place in a small town in Israel. Tair Rada was only 13-years-old when her body was found inside a locked bathroom stall. She was viciously murdered during a school day, and yet no one saw or heard a thing. The police arrested the janitor, Roman Zadorov, and he eventually confessed, but this was far from being the end of it. Based on the hit true-crime series from Netflix, the podcast "Shadow of Truth" will take you on a journey into one of the wildest and most contested murder cases in the history of Israel, as it reaches its final resolution, 15 years after it all started. Listen to Shadow of Truth at http://wondery.fm/SOT_GoneColdPodcast
In January 2018, 19-year-old Caitlin Denison boarded a plane from Reno, Nevada to Midland, Texas. The following day, she briefly spoke with her sister but hasn’t been heard from since. Though the man she traveled to Midland with was found and questioned after Caitlin was reported missing, Midland authorities had no cause to arrest the man – no evidence that he’d harmed the missing young woman. Months after Caitlin vanished, a video that went viral raised the family’s hopes that she’d been found, but those hopes were dashed as that mystery unfolded. The following year, a potentially grim discovery further sullied those hopes. Caitlin Marie Denison is still missing.If you have any information about the disappearance of Caitlin Marie Denison please contact the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Missing Person’s Clearing House at 800-346-3243 or Midland Crime Stoppers at 432-694-8477.Please consider donating to the fund to find Caitlin at gofundme.com/f/help-find-caitlin-denisonFor factual information about human trafficking and to find out how you can help, please visit the Polaris Project at polarisproject.org/You can donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.comYou can support gone cold and listen ad-free at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcast and on YouTube at: youtube.com/c/gonecoldpodcast#WhereIsCaitlinDenison #Midland #MidlandTX #PermianBasin #Texas #TX #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #UnsolvedMysteries #MissingPerson #Missing #Vanished #Disappeared
On Labor Day 1993, Shelley Lou Watkins, her husband Jerry, and others gathered at their cedar Creek Lake home to celebrate the holiday. But after an argument broke out between the couple, Shelley disappeared and since the manner in which she was reported missing is suspect at the very least, no searches were conducted. By the time the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office found out about the missing mother of two, it was far too late since her body was found floating in the Trinity River by fisherman the very same day. Although a grand jury indicted the prime suspect, he never stood trial and Shelley Lou Watkins’s murder remains unsolved.If you have any information about the slaying of 35-year-old Shelley Lou Watkins on Labor Day of 1993, please contact the Henderson County Sheriff’s Department at 903-677-6331.You can donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.comYou can support gone cold and listen ad-free at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcast......and on YouTube at: youtube.com/c/gonecoldpodcastThe Texas State Historical Society, The Athens Review, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The Corsicana Daily Sun, The Tyler Courier-Times, and the Washington Post were used as sources for this episode.#JusticeForShelleyLouWatkins #Corsicana #CorsicanaTX #Texas #TX #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #UnsolvedMysteries #UnsolvedMurder #Murder #Unsolved
A small-town cop known as “GI Joe” is gunned down in a swamp in the summer of 2015 and quickly becomes a martyr in the national media. But when a dogged investigator and his team set out to get justice, they uncover unsettling secrets about Joe, the local police department, and the village of Fox Lake. From Wondery, the makers of The Shrink Next Door and Dr. Death comes the third season of Over My Dead Body: Fox Lake. Hosted by Matt Baglio. Listen to Over My Dead Body: wondery.fm/FL_GoneCold
In December of 2002, Japanese exchange student Mikiko Kasahara was excited to have completed her freshman year at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin, Texas. She acclimated to her new environment well, made several close friends, and was excelling academically. On the night of the 13th, Mikiko through a celebration party for her and her friends’ accomplishments – a low key get-together with just a few fellow students. The following morning, after everyone left her home, Mikiko’s apartment went up in flames. When the smoke cleared, the 21-year-old coed’s body was inside, charred beyond recognition. Though the Seguin Police painstakingly looked for evidence that pointed to the identity of the monster who savagely slayed Mikiko Kasahara, and worked the case for many years to come, it remains unsolved. If you have any information about Mikiko’s slaying, please contact the Rangers at 800-346-3243 or by messaging them through there cold case website: dps.texas.gov/ColdCaseIf you’d like to donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations, you can at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.comBe sure to check out one of our favorite podcasts True Consequences, whose promo is featured at the beginning of this episode. You can find it wherever you listen to podcasts or at TrueConsequences.comYou can support gone cold and listen ad-free at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcast......and on YouTube at: youtube.com/c/gonecoldpodcast The Austin American-Statesman, The Houston Chronicle, The Seguin Gazette, The Texas State Historical Association, and HauntedMagnoliaHotel.com were used as sources for this episode.#JusticeForMikikoKasahara #Seguin #SanAntonio #Texas #TX #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #UnsolvedMysteries #UnsolvedMurder #Murder #Unsolved
In October of 1979 7-year-old Elizabeth Lynne Barclay, along with her little brother and a neighbor friend, headed to a convenience store near home to get some ice cream. Just minutes after they left, Elizabeth’s brother came running back to the Barclay apartment, telling his mother that his big sister had been taken by a man. What followed was a massive search effort conducted by the Dallas Police, the Barclay Family, and volunteers from all over. She was found deceased miles from home about 7 weeks later. The death was ruled homicide, most likely by gunshot wound. No clear suspect was ever identified, but it’s likely at least some Dallas Detectives theorized a connection between Elizabeth’s case and the 1977 murders and abductions of 7-year-old Ladina Ann McCoy and 12-year-old Suzie Marie Mages. Clear suspects in those cases, too, are elusive. If you have any information about the 1979 murder of Elizabeth Barclay, please contact the Texas Rangers at their cold case website (dps.texas.gov/coldcase) or by phone at 800-346-3242If you have any information about the 1977 murder of Ladina McCoy, or the 1977 murder of Suzie Mages, please contact North Texas Crime Stoppers at 877 373 8477If you’d like to donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations, you can at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.comYou can support gone cold and listen ad-free at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcastThe Dallas Morning News, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The Wills Point Chronicle, and the Denton Record-Chronicle were used as sources for this episode.#JusticeForElizabethBarclay #JusticeForLadinaMcCoy #JusticeForSuzieMages #Dallas #DallasTX #Texas #TX #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #UnsolvedMysteries #UnsolvedMurder #Murder #Unsolved
In November of 1984, a brutal and shocking murder rocked the otherwise crime-free and exclusive Colleyville subdivision Tara Plantation. Judy Herron was a 37-year-old stay at home parent and was attacked and slain not long after her husband Lee left for work. Though Colleyville authorities enlisted the help of multiple outside jurisdictions, Judy’s killer slipped away without so much as a trace. Less than two months later, two similar, violent crimes perpetrated by the same man had Colleyville Detectives almost certain they’d found the man who murdered Judy Herron. Evidence to prove it, however, was elusive.If you have any information about the Judy Herron murder case, please contact Colleyville PD at (817) 503-1202.Special thanks to Shawn B for bringing our attention to Judy’s case.If you’d like to donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations, you can at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.comYou can support gone cold and listen ad-free at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcastTexas State Historical Association, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum were used as sources for this episode.#JusticeForJudyHerron #Colleyville #ColleyvilleTX #TarrantCountyTX #Texas #TX #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #UnsolvedMysteries #UnsolvedMurder #Murder #Unsolved
On August 4th, 1992, 23-year-old Tara Breckenridge vanished without so much as a trace after leaving her job at Houston’s The Men’s Club. Besides a theory that her car was tampered with, Houston Detectives were ultimately unable to find a single solid lead, even after discovering that Tara had an admirer and that she and her boyfriend were having relationship trouble. After a 2007 DNA match between two other unsolved Houston cases, speculation that a serial rapist and killer was stalking women who worked at adult entertainment venues was the talk of the metropolis.If you have any information about the disappearance of Tara Breckenridge, please call Houston Crime Stoppers at 713-222-8477. If you’d like to donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations, you can at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.comYou can support gone cold at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcastThe Houston Chronicle, The Del Rio News-Herald, and the television show Unsolved Mysteries were used as sources for this episode.#WhereIsTaraBreckenridge #JusticeForTaraBreckenridge #Houston #HoustonTX #HarrisCountyTX #Texas #TX #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #UnsolvedMysteries #Disappearance #Missing #MissingPerson
Glen Samuel McCurley’s heinous and depraved act against Carla Walker was confident and brazen; it was as if the man had done it before. There are many murders in the city of Fort Worth in which McCurley’s involvement can be speculated, particularly the several victims of what became known as “The February Slayings.” Victims of those murders include Becky Martin, June Ward, and Christy Tower. This episode explores the possibility that Glen McCurley is responsible for these young women’s violent and tragic deaths, and others.Special thanks to Cindy, Jim, Tarrant County Assistant Criminal District Attorney Emily Dixon, and Othram Incorporated CEO David Mittelman for their contributions to this episode.The city of Fort Worth still has nearly 1,000 cold cases dating back to 1959. If you have any information about any unsolved case in the city, please contact the cold case unit at 817-392-4307 or email detectives at coldcase@fortworthpd.com.If you’d like to donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations, you can at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.comYou can support gone cold at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast#JusticeForBeckyMartin #JusticeForJuneWard #JusticeForChristyTower #JusticeForPaulaDavenport #JusticeForNancyBay #FortWorth #FortWorthTX #TarrantCountyTexas #Texas #TX #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #Solved #DNA #Murder #UnsolvedMysteries #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime
In a surprise move, Glen Samuel McCurley changed his plea from “not guilty” to “guilty” on Tuesday, August 24th, 2021, the third day of his trial for the February 1974 murder of Carla Jan Walker. On Part 3 of Justice for Carla, Emily Dixon speaks with us about what the third day of trial had in store if it had proceeded and Carla’s siblings, Jim and Cindy, share with us their thoughts on everything from their allocations to their sister’s new legacy – her murder case as a template for other families desperate for answers.Special thanks to Cindy, Jim, Tarrant County Assistant Criminal District Attorney Emily Dixon, Nicole (Juror #6), and Detectives Jeff Bennett and Leah Wagner for their contributions to this episode.The city of Fort Worth still has nearly 1,000 cold cases dating back to 1959. If you have any information about any unsolved case in the city, please contact the cold case unit at 817-392-4307 or email detectives at coldcase@fortworthpd.com.If you’d like to donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations, you can at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.com.As always, you can support gone cold at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast.#CarlaWalker #JusticeForCarlaWalker #FortWorth #FortWorthTX #TarrantCountyTX #Texas #TX #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #Solved #DNA #Murder #UnsolvedMysteries #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime
After Glen Samuel McCurley was arrested for the kidnapping, sexual assault, and murder of Carla Walker, Tarrant County Assistant Criminal District Attorneys Kim D’Avignon and Emily Dixon, along with DA Investigator Chris Lachance, began their work to obtain a conviction. First, the case had to go before a Grand Jury, followed by a series of pretrial hearings in which the man’s defense attempted to get evidence thrown out. But the efforts of the court appointed defense team, for the most part, failed. Last episode, we heard Detectives and DNA experts recall their roles in the arrest of Glen McCurley. This episode, ADA Emily Dixon discuss her and ADA D’Avignon’s role in obtaining a conviction. Also this episode – Detectives Wagner and Bennett and Nicole, or juror number 6. The city of Fort Worth still has nearly 1,000 cold cases dating back to 1959. If you have any information about any unsolved case in the city, please contact the cold case unit at 817-392-4307 or email detectives at coldcase@fortworthpd.com.If you’d like to donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations, you can at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get a kit at connect.DNAsolves.com.You can support gone cold and listen ad-free at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast #CarlaWalker #JusticeForCarlaWalker #FortWorth #FortWorthTX #TarrantCountyTexas #Texas #TX #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #Solved #DNA #Murder #UnsolvedMysteries #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime
It wasn’t for a lack of effort and determination that past Fort Worth Police Detectives couldn’t solve the February 17th, 1974 murder of Carla Walker. It was because her killer was a complete stranger and the technology needed to find the perpetrator didn’t exist. Forty-five years after the terrible crime, Detectives Leah Wagner and Jeff Bennett began working the case from scratch, and their diligence paid off after their paths crossed both Mallory Pagenkopf of the Serological Research Institute and David Mittelman of Othram, Incorporated. In September of 2020, Carla’s killer was arrested.The city of Fort Worth still has nearly 1,000 cold cases dating back to 1959. If you have any information about any unsolved case in the city, please contact the cold case unit at 817-392-4307 or email detectives at coldcase@fortworthpd.com.If you’d like to donate to law enforcement investigations that need funding or upload your DNA into a database used only for law enforcement investigations, you can at DNAsolves.comIf you don’t have DNA data from a consumer testing site, you can get one at connect.DNAsolves.com.#CarlaWalker #JusticeForCarlaWalker #FortWorth #FortWorthTX #TarrantCountyTexas #Texas #TX #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #Solved #DNA #Murder #UnsolvedMysteries #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime
#CarlaWalker #JusticeForCarlaWalker #FortWorth #FortWorthTX #TarrantCountyTexas #Texas #TX #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #Solved #DNA #Murder #UnsolvedMysteries #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime
#CarlaWalker #JusticeForCarlaWalker #FortWorth #FortWorthTX #TarrantCountyTexas #Texas #TX #TrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #Podcast #ColdCase #Solved #DNA #Murder #UnsolvedMysteries #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #TexasTrueCrime
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Nov 27th
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꧁WupperElfe꧂

Tyra was "skeleton-like" (skeletonized) after 9 days of having been buried?

Oct 4th
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Aflacbird

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Aug 30th
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derrick

don't understand why you kept calling Steve's home her home. it was owned by him. just because they were "spilt" does not remove his ownership of the home.

Aug 16th
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derrick

it is against vidor city law to burn trash inside the city limits. there is not a bunch of burn piles all over the time.

Aug 16th
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derrick

most people in vidor are not roughnecks.

Aug 16th
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derrick

cheating slutty wife... that's normal.

Aug 15th
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Aflacbird

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐,WOW !! very intriguing episode

Jul 25th
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Aflacbird

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Baltimore, MD

Jun 28th
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William H Bonny

am I the only person that can hear whistling when he say a S word

Jun 2nd
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Aflacbird

👍👍👍👍👍 Great podcast, keep up the good work.

May 23rd
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Kasey Callahan

This episode moved me. Just broke my heart for her father.

May 10th
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Cassandra De Los Santos

Wow! love this podcast.. I'm from Victoria, tx and have never heard if this case. So its very interesting to hear local crimes before my time. keep up the good work 👏

Mar 30th
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dachiggaman

2 years aggravated assault of a child?

Mar 19th
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Maurin Phillips

good episode. heartbreaking and my heart goes out to this family. they deserve to be treated so much better than dallas pd or 911 did.

Mar 1st
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average dinosaur

I enjoyed this podcast for a while, but the intrusive ads are a dealbreaker.

Dec 19th
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zimby zimbabwe

no one misses JC Penny...

Jul 2nd
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C Gtz

oddly enough I currently work in Burnet County and constantly drive by Kingsland, granite shoals & marble falls.

Mar 31st
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Megan Langreck

The theoretical suspect(s) must be Asian. Asian people seem to have helped the Detective form his press statement.

Nov 19th
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Christina L Wertman

ugh exaggerated voice is so annoying. Just talk normal. couldn't even listen for 10 minutes.

Oct 11th
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