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Sep 17, 2022
Science & Crime! Good stuff!!
Jan 30, 2022
Oct 14, 2021
This show is the real deal...
Oct 4, 2021
Unlike other TC pods, these guys are determined to bring closure to cold cases via crowd-sourcing. Listeners are provided with known case details so they can participate in investigating or finding new leads/ideas to help close these cases.
Apr 19, 2021
Buried Bones dissects some of history’s most dramatic true crime cases from centuries ago. Together, journalist Kate Winkler Dawson and retired investigator Paul Holes explore these very old cases through a 21st century lens.
An Unsettled Debt
In this week’s episode, Kate and Paul survey the 1884 Boston case involving a doctor, a Harvard Professor, and a janitor. An unpaid debt and some citizen-led investigation leads to a crack in this case.
|Nov 16, 2022|
Soldiers of Fortune
On today’s episode, Paul and Kate take us to Revolutionary War times where we explore the case of an affluent woman trapped in an unhealthy marriage who meets a young wayward soldier. Adding the politics of the time, multiple hit men, and an American judicial landmark, this case is not to be missed.
|Nov 09, 2022|
Kate and Paul explore the first ever case to use fingerprinting in court. We travel to 1910s Chicago to learn about a Black man arrested for the killing of a White family in a case that changed detective work forever.
|Nov 02, 2022|
Mrs. Dr. Crippen PT 2
In part-two of this two-part episode, Paul and Kate pick up the case of Dr. Crippen in 1910s London where Dr. Crippen and his mistress have now gone missing, his wife is nowhere to be found, and a body has been discovered in the basement.
|Oct 26, 2022|
Mrs. Dr. Crippen PT 1
In part-one of this two-part episode, Kate and Paul dive into 1910s London to examine the disappearance of a wealthy doctor’s wife. A body is found in the doctor’s basement…was it his wife’s? Or was someone else murdered?
|Oct 19, 2022|
Death at the Windmill
In this episode, Paul and Kate explore the death of 34-year-old Lee Camp from Hanford, CA. In 1924, Camp appears to have fallen from the roof of a windmill on his foster parents’ ranch, but a subsequent autopsy shows that may not be what killed him.
|Oct 12, 2022|
On today's episode, Kate and Paul assess the evidence left at the scene of a Fresno, CA murder in 1935. Teenager Mary Louise Stammer is killed at home with her parents absent. But before the killer vanishes, he leaves behind clues.
|Oct 05, 2022|
|Sep 28, 2022|
In episode two, Paul and Kate take us to 1930's Utah to figure out how a physician husband, a jilted lover, and a Persian Prince play into the vehicular homicide of Dorothy Moormeister.
Buried Bones sources and show notes can be found at www.exactlyrightmedia.com/buriedbonesources.
|Sep 21, 2022|
The Valet Did It?
On the first episode of Buried Bones, Kate and Paul cover the death, and potential murder, of Manhattan millionaire William Marsh Rice. A valet, a dubious attorney, and toxicology all loom large in this early 1900's case.
Buried Bones sources and show notes can be found at www.exactlyrightmedia.com/buriedbonessources.
|Sep 14, 2022|
Introducing: Buried Bones
Each week, Buried Bones explores some of history’s most dramatic true crime cases from centuries ago. Using their individual expertise, journalist Kate Winkler Dawson and retired cold case investigator Paul Holes bring new insights to old mysteries, like the Lindbergh kidnapping, the assassination of President James Garfield, and the suspected murder of the founder of Rice University.
|Aug 24, 2022|