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gone cold podcast

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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.

Latest Episodes

Satanic Panic and the Murders of Sally McNelly & Shane Stewart

On July 4th, 1988, Sally McNelly and Shane Stewart disappeared sometime around midnight. Their bodies were found miles away from where they were last seen months later. Investigators had little to go on and, as was common at the time when no answers could be found, Satanism found its way into law enforcement’s theory. There was no evidence of devil worship or occult activities but the media, including the television show Unsolved Mysteries, jumped all over the chance at helping insert the societal phenomenon of Satanic Panic into Shane and Sally’s narrative. It’s likely part of the reason their case remains unsolved today.You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcast #JusticeForSallyAndShane #SanAngeloTX #TomGreenCountyTX #TX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder #SatanicPanic

37 MIN3 d ago
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Satanic Panic and the Murders of Sally McNelly & Shane Stewart

The Savage Slaying of Brittany McGlone

In Wood County, Texas in May of 2007, Brittany McGlone was murdered, seemingly as she slept, in her boyfriend’s home while everyone who live in the house was away. Nothing else in the home was disturbed or stolen and there were no signs of forced entry. Alibis for everyone who lived in the house were checked out and verified, apparently, but whoever violently bludgeoned Brittany to death most likely had knowledge of the home and the habits of the folks therein. A potentially strong suspect was identified, one with a connection to Brittany’s boyfriend’s family, but police were ultimately unable to make an arrest. Is he responsible for Brittany’s slaying or was it someone not even on law enforcement’s radar? Nineteen-year-old Brittany's killing has devastated her family who struggle to pick up the pieces and who view law enforcement working Brittany's case as combative to their efforts...and for good reason.You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/...

39 MIN1 w ago
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The Savage Slaying of Brittany McGlone

Taken for Ransom: The Kidnapping of Kim Leggett

On October 9th, 1984, a mystery began in Mercedes, Texas, adding to the many others in the Rio Grande Valley. Twenty-one-year-old Kim Sue Leggett was kidnapped from her place of employment, Ross Cotton Gin. A phone call that took place literally minutes after she was taken and a ransom letter sent to Kim’s parents a few days later were virtually the only clues Mercedes Police, Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office investigators, the Texas Rangers, and the FBI had to work with. Kim was never seen alive again; her remains never found. Her kidnapping was cold from the beginning and remains so today. You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast #JusticeForKimLeggett #WhereIsKimLeggett #MercedesTX #RioGrandeValleyTX #McAllenTX #TX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder #Abduction #Kidnapping #1984

30 MIN2 w ago
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Taken for Ransom: The Kidnapping of Kim Leggett

Unintended Target: The Shooting Death of Marianne Wilkinson

On December 9th, 2007, sixty-seven-year-old Marianne Wilkinson was murdered by an assailant who shot her multiple times as she opened her front door. North Richland Hills Police Investigators were stumped; Neither Marianne nor her husband had enemies, no one who had a reason to want Marianne dead. When a neighbor called police and told them that she thought she knew the reason Marianne was slain, a strong, circumstantial theory arose. However, without evidence, investigators were never able to make an arrest.You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast You can also find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter by using @gonecoldpodcast#JusticeForMarianneWilkinson #NorthRichlandHillsTX #NRHTX #FortWorthTX #TX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder

35 MIN3 w ago
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Unintended Target: The Shooting Death of Marianne Wilkinson

Introducing Bad Batch

In Wondery's new series Bad Batch, host Laura Beil (Dr. Death) investigates the multi-billion dollar underregulated industry of stem cell therapy where greed and desperation collide. When a group of patients wind up in a Texas hospital in critical condition, the trail leads back to one stem cell company and its charismatic CEO. What happens when a supposed miracle cure leaves you worse off than before? Listen to Bad Batch at wondery.fm/BadBatchGoneCold

5 MINOCT 23
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Introducing Bad Batch

Small Town Nightmare: The Abduction & Murder of Cortney Clayton

In the small town of Stamford, Texas, in September of 1988, seven-year-old Cortney Clayton disappeared after walking to a convenience store down the block from her house to buy a coke. Searches and pleas for information in the media turned up nothing and no sign of the young girl was found until seven months later when hunters discovered her remains in a remote grassland in a neighboring county. No one has ever been brought before justice for her abduction and murder. You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast. You can also find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter by using @gonecoldpodcast#JusticeForCortneyClayton #StamfordTX #TX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder #Abduction

34 MINOCT 21
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Small Town Nightmare: The Abduction & Murder of Cortney Clayton

West Texas Boogie Men and the Forgotten

West Texas in the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s was seeing more violent crime than ever; the ultimate violence, murder, was certainly no exception. Many cases were solved throughout the region, cases that seemed to have the full attention of the press and of county and city law enforcement agencies...but what about the crimes that were never solved...and that saw little to no media coverage at all? Were the murders of Anna Smith, Iris Neal, and Dorothy Garlington somehow deemed less important than many others?You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter by using @gonecoldpodcast#JusticeForDorothyGarlington #JusticeForIrisNeal #JusticeForAnnaSmith #WestTX #OdessaTX #MonahansTX #FortStocktonTX #TX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder

40 MINOCT 14
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West Texas Boogie Men and the Forgotten

The Odessa Full Moon Murders

From October 1968 to June 1971, five murders shook the residents of Odessa, Texas. Linda Cougot, Eula Miller, Ruth Maynard and Gloria Sue Greene in Odessa, and Nancy Mitchell in nearby Kermit. The deaths had the Odessa Police baffled. A writer for the Odessa American theorized that there was a madman on the loose who chose to perpetrate the slayings in close proximity to full moons. The police, however, likely didn’t buy that, but they did theorize that the murders were connected. After two separate men confessed and were convicted of two of the murders the uncertainty of who really killed the other three women remained...and still does to this day.You can support gone cold podcast – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter by using @gonecoldpodcast#JusticeForLindaCougot #JusticeForEulaMiller #JusticeForRuthMaynard #OdessaTX #KermitTX #TX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder

38 MINOCT 7
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The Odessa Full Moon Murders

The Orchard Apartment Murders and the Butcher of Houston

The first half of 1979 kept Houston Police’s homicide department busier than they’d ever been; the year had already broken records for the most violent crimes and murders the city had ever seen. The second half was no different with a series of murders taking place between the end of July and the first several days of October that were so gruesome, so violent in nature – two beheadings and two victims who were almost decapitated – that Houstonians were in fear and the police were scrambling to protect their citizens. No one was ever brought to justice for the murders of five individuals who would become synonymous with the name “The Orchard Apartment murders.” Were they connected? You can find our guest, retired Houston homicide Sgt Brian Foster's book used for this ep at:https://www.amazon.com/dp/0983707375/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_8XwKDbNF5RDPFLink to this week’s sponsor, Native:https://www.nativecos.comUse Promo Code: gonecoldYou can support gone cold podcast – texas true c...

45 MINSEP 30
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The Orchard Apartment Murders and the Butcher of Houston

The Killing of Kathy Page Part 2: Three Billboards and Civil Liability

When Kathy Page’s father erected three signs along Interstate 10 implicating his daughter’s husband in her 1991 killing, it was out of frustration resulting both from the Vidor Police’s failure to put together a case against their number one suspect and the suspect’s blatant falsehoods and odd behavior. Eventually, years after Kathy’s murder, her parents took Steve Page to civil court alleging that he was responsible. On their third attempt at holding him accountable the only way they could, a jury found Steve Page to be responsible for the murder, but Vidor Police were never able to get a grand jury to indict him on criminal charges.#JusticeForKathyPage #ThreeBillboards #Vidor #VidorTX #Beaumont #BeaumontTX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder #StagedSpecial thanks to our good pal Erica at Southern Fried True Crime for her help with research and information. Her episode on Kathy’s murder is excellent and, like every single other episode she’s...

35 MINSEP 23
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The Killing of Kathy Page Part 2: Three Billboards and Civil Liability

Latest Episodes

Satanic Panic and the Murders of Sally McNelly & Shane Stewart

On July 4th, 1988, Sally McNelly and Shane Stewart disappeared sometime around midnight. Their bodies were found miles away from where they were last seen months later. Investigators had little to go on and, as was common at the time when no answers could be found, Satanism found its way into law enforcement’s theory. There was no evidence of devil worship or occult activities but the media, including the television show Unsolved Mysteries, jumped all over the chance at helping insert the societal phenomenon of Satanic Panic into Shane and Sally’s narrative. It’s likely part of the reason their case remains unsolved today.You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcast #JusticeForSallyAndShane #SanAngeloTX #TomGreenCountyTX #TX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder #SatanicPanic

37 MIN3 d ago
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Satanic Panic and the Murders of Sally McNelly & Shane Stewart

The Savage Slaying of Brittany McGlone

In Wood County, Texas in May of 2007, Brittany McGlone was murdered, seemingly as she slept, in her boyfriend’s home while everyone who live in the house was away. Nothing else in the home was disturbed or stolen and there were no signs of forced entry. Alibis for everyone who lived in the house were checked out and verified, apparently, but whoever violently bludgeoned Brittany to death most likely had knowledge of the home and the habits of the folks therein. A potentially strong suspect was identified, one with a connection to Brittany’s boyfriend’s family, but police were ultimately unable to make an arrest. Is he responsible for Brittany’s slaying or was it someone not even on law enforcement’s radar? Nineteen-year-old Brittany's killing has devastated her family who struggle to pick up the pieces and who view law enforcement working Brittany's case as combative to their efforts...and for good reason.You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/...

39 MIN1 w ago
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The Savage Slaying of Brittany McGlone

Taken for Ransom: The Kidnapping of Kim Leggett

On October 9th, 1984, a mystery began in Mercedes, Texas, adding to the many others in the Rio Grande Valley. Twenty-one-year-old Kim Sue Leggett was kidnapped from her place of employment, Ross Cotton Gin. A phone call that took place literally minutes after she was taken and a ransom letter sent to Kim’s parents a few days later were virtually the only clues Mercedes Police, Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office investigators, the Texas Rangers, and the FBI had to work with. Kim was never seen alive again; her remains never found. Her kidnapping was cold from the beginning and remains so today. You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast #JusticeForKimLeggett #WhereIsKimLeggett #MercedesTX #RioGrandeValleyTX #McAllenTX #TX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder #Abduction #Kidnapping #1984

30 MIN2 w ago
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Taken for Ransom: The Kidnapping of Kim Leggett

Unintended Target: The Shooting Death of Marianne Wilkinson

On December 9th, 2007, sixty-seven-year-old Marianne Wilkinson was murdered by an assailant who shot her multiple times as she opened her front door. North Richland Hills Police Investigators were stumped; Neither Marianne nor her husband had enemies, no one who had a reason to want Marianne dead. When a neighbor called police and told them that she thought she knew the reason Marianne was slain, a strong, circumstantial theory arose. However, without evidence, investigators were never able to make an arrest.You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast You can also find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter by using @gonecoldpodcast#JusticeForMarianneWilkinson #NorthRichlandHillsTX #NRHTX #FortWorthTX #TX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder

35 MIN3 w ago
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Unintended Target: The Shooting Death of Marianne Wilkinson

Introducing Bad Batch

In Wondery's new series Bad Batch, host Laura Beil (Dr. Death) investigates the multi-billion dollar underregulated industry of stem cell therapy where greed and desperation collide. When a group of patients wind up in a Texas hospital in critical condition, the trail leads back to one stem cell company and its charismatic CEO. What happens when a supposed miracle cure leaves you worse off than before? Listen to Bad Batch at wondery.fm/BadBatchGoneCold

5 MINOCT 23
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Introducing Bad Batch

Small Town Nightmare: The Abduction & Murder of Cortney Clayton

In the small town of Stamford, Texas, in September of 1988, seven-year-old Cortney Clayton disappeared after walking to a convenience store down the block from her house to buy a coke. Searches and pleas for information in the media turned up nothing and no sign of the young girl was found until seven months later when hunters discovered her remains in a remote grassland in a neighboring county. No one has ever been brought before justice for her abduction and murder. You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast. You can also find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter by using @gonecoldpodcast#JusticeForCortneyClayton #StamfordTX #TX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder #Abduction

34 MINOCT 21
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Small Town Nightmare: The Abduction & Murder of Cortney Clayton

West Texas Boogie Men and the Forgotten

West Texas in the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s was seeing more violent crime than ever; the ultimate violence, murder, was certainly no exception. Many cases were solved throughout the region, cases that seemed to have the full attention of the press and of county and city law enforcement agencies...but what about the crimes that were never solved...and that saw little to no media coverage at all? Were the murders of Anna Smith, Iris Neal, and Dorothy Garlington somehow deemed less important than many others?You can support gone cold – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter by using @gonecoldpodcast#JusticeForDorothyGarlington #JusticeForIrisNeal #JusticeForAnnaSmith #WestTX #OdessaTX #MonahansTX #FortStocktonTX #TX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder

40 MINOCT 14
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West Texas Boogie Men and the Forgotten

The Odessa Full Moon Murders

From October 1968 to June 1971, five murders shook the residents of Odessa, Texas. Linda Cougot, Eula Miller, Ruth Maynard and Gloria Sue Greene in Odessa, and Nancy Mitchell in nearby Kermit. The deaths had the Odessa Police baffled. A writer for the Odessa American theorized that there was a madman on the loose who chose to perpetrate the slayings in close proximity to full moons. The police, however, likely didn’t buy that, but they did theorize that the murders were connected. After two separate men confessed and were convicted of two of the murders the uncertainty of who really killed the other three women remained...and still does to this day.You can support gone cold podcast – texas true crime at https://www.patreon.com/gonecoldpodcast. You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter by using @gonecoldpodcast#JusticeForLindaCougot #JusticeForEulaMiller #JusticeForRuthMaynard #OdessaTX #KermitTX #TX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder

38 MINOCT 7
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The Odessa Full Moon Murders

The Orchard Apartment Murders and the Butcher of Houston

The first half of 1979 kept Houston Police’s homicide department busier than they’d ever been; the year had already broken records for the most violent crimes and murders the city had ever seen. The second half was no different with a series of murders taking place between the end of July and the first several days of October that were so gruesome, so violent in nature – two beheadings and two victims who were almost decapitated – that Houstonians were in fear and the police were scrambling to protect their citizens. No one was ever brought to justice for the murders of five individuals who would become synonymous with the name “The Orchard Apartment murders.” Were they connected? You can find our guest, retired Houston homicide Sgt Brian Foster's book used for this ep at:https://www.amazon.com/dp/0983707375/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_8XwKDbNF5RDPFLink to this week’s sponsor, Native:https://www.nativecos.comUse Promo Code: gonecoldYou can support gone cold podcast – texas true c...

45 MINSEP 30
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The Orchard Apartment Murders and the Butcher of Houston

The Killing of Kathy Page Part 2: Three Billboards and Civil Liability

When Kathy Page’s father erected three signs along Interstate 10 implicating his daughter’s husband in her 1991 killing, it was out of frustration resulting both from the Vidor Police’s failure to put together a case against their number one suspect and the suspect’s blatant falsehoods and odd behavior. Eventually, years after Kathy’s murder, her parents took Steve Page to civil court alleging that he was responsible. On their third attempt at holding him accountable the only way they could, a jury found Steve Page to be responsible for the murder, but Vidor Police were never able to get a grand jury to indict him on criminal charges.#JusticeForKathyPage #ThreeBillboards #Vidor #VidorTX #Beaumont #BeaumontTX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #Unsolved #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder #StagedSpecial thanks to our good pal Erica at Southern Fried True Crime for her help with research and information. Her episode on Kathy’s murder is excellent and, like every single other episode she’s...

35 MINSEP 23
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The Killing of Kathy Page Part 2: Three Billboards and Civil Liability

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