Alligator Candy

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In 1973, David Kushner's 11-year-old older brother Jon biked through a suburban Florida forest to buy candy for his little brother, and never returned. Decades later, now an accomplished journalist and author, Kushner investigates his brother’s case and the profound impact it had on his family and community. Piecing together police reports, interviews, and the memories of loved ones––David tells the story of what happened to his family and his town, after his brother disappeared.


Credits:

Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio

Josh Bloch- For USG Audio

Jennifer Sears- For USG Audio

Gretta Cohn- Executive Producer

David Kushner- Executive Producer, Host

Emmy Rossum- Executive Producer

Alex Sujong Laughlin- Producer

James T. Green- Producer, Sound Designer

Sara Nics- Executive Editor

Lacy Roberts- Managing Producer

Rick Kwan- Mix Engineer

Nocturnal Sound- Sound Design

 This is a USG Audio Podcast in collaboration with Transmitter Media. 


Episode Date
6: Bit o’ Honey
00:23:28

In 1973, David Kushner's 11-year-old older brother Jon biked through a suburban Florida forest to buy candy for his little brother, and never returned. Decades later, now an accomplished journalist and author, Kushner investigates his brother’s case and the profound impact it had on his family and community. Piecing together police reports, interviews, and the memories of loved ones––David tells the story of what happened to his family and his town, after his brother disappeared.


Credits:

Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio

Josh Bloch- For USG Audio

Jennifer Sears- For USG Audio

Gretta Cohn- Executive Producer

David Kushner- Executive Producer, Host

Emmy Rossum- Executive Producer

Alex Sujong Laughlin- Producer

James T. Green- Producer, Sound Designer

Sara Nics- Executive Editor

Lacy Roberts- Managing Producer

Rick Kwan- Mix Engineer

Nocturnal Sound- Sound Design

 This is a USG Audio Podcast in collaboration with Transmitter Media. 

Jun 02, 2021
5: Who do you want to be?
00:26:35

In 1973, David Kushner's 11-year-old older brother Jon biked through a suburban Florida forest to buy candy for his little brother, and never returned. Decades later, now an accomplished journalist and author, Kushner investigates his brother’s case and the profound impact it had on his family and community. Piecing together police reports, interviews, and the memories of loved ones––David tells the story of what happened to his family and his town, after his brother disappeared.


Credits:

Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio

Josh Bloch- For USG Audio

Jennifer Sears- For USG Audio

Gretta Cohn- Executive Producer

David Kushner- Executive Producer, Host

Emmy Rossum- Executive Producer

Alex Sujong Laughlin- Producer

James T. Green- Producer, Sound Designer

Sara Nics- Executive Editor

Lacy Roberts- Managing Producer

Rick Kwan- Mix Engineer

Nocturnal Sound- Sound Design

 This is a USG Audio Podcast in collaboration with Transmitter Media. 

Jun 02, 2021
4: A Letter from Florida
00:29:47

In 1973, David Kushner's 11-year-old older brother Jon biked through a suburban Florida forest to buy candy for his little brother, and never returned. Decades later, now an accomplished journalist and author, Kushner investigates his brother’s case and the profound impact it had on his family and community. Piecing together police reports, interviews, and the memories of loved ones––David tells the story of what happened to his family and his town, after his brother disappeared.


Credits:

Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio

Josh Bloch- For USG Audio

Jennifer Sears- For USG Audio

Gretta Cohn- Executive Producer

David Kushner- Executive Producer, Host

Emmy Rossum- Executive Producer

Alex Sujong Laughlin- Producer

James T. Green- Producer, Sound Designer

Sara Nics- Executive Editor

Lacy Roberts- Managing Producer

Rick Kwan- Mix Engineer

Nocturnal Sound- Sound Design

 This is a USG Audio Podcast in collaboration with Transmitter Media. 

Jun 02, 2021
3: Jonathan’s Covenant
00:23:16

In 1973, David Kushner's 11-year-old older brother Jon biked through a suburban Florida forest to buy candy for his little brother, and never returned. Decades later, now an accomplished journalist and author, Kushner investigates his brother’s case and the profound impact it had on his family and community. Piecing together police reports, interviews, and the memories of loved ones––David tells the story of what happened to his family and his town, after his brother disappeared.


Credits:

Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio

Josh Bloch- For USG Audio

Jennifer Sears- For USG Audio

Gretta Cohn- Executive Producer

David Kushner- Executive Producer, Host

Emmy Rossum- Executive Producer

Alex Sujong Laughlin- Producer

James T. Green- Producer, Sound Designer

Sara Nics- Executive Editor

Lacy Roberts- Managing Producer

Rick Kwan- Mix Engineer

Nocturnal Sound- Sound Design

 This is a USG Audio Podcast in collaboration with Transmitter Media. 

May 26, 2021
2: The Woods
00:27:40

In 1973, David Kushner's 11-year-old older brother Jon biked through a suburban Florida forest to buy candy for his little brother, and never returned. Decades later, now an accomplished journalist and author, Kushner investigates his brother’s case and the profound impact it had on his family and community. Piecing together police reports, interviews, and the memories of loved ones––David tells the story of what happened to his family and his town, after his brother disappeared.


Credits:

Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio

Josh Bloch- For USG Audio

Jennifer Sears- For USG Audio

Gretta Cohn- Executive Producer

David Kushner- Executive Producer, Host

Emmy Rossum- Executive Producer

Alex Sujong Laughlin- Producer

James T. Green- Producer, Sound Designer

Sara Nics- Executive Editor

Lacy Roberts- Managing Producer

Rick Kwan- Mix Engineer

Nocturnal Sound- Sound Design

 This is a USG Audio Podcast in collaboration with Transmitter Media. 

May 26, 2021
1: Snappy Gator Gum
00:25:30

In 1973, David Kushner's 11-year-old older brother Jon biked through a suburban Florida forest to buy candy for his little brother, and never returned. Decades later, now an accomplished journalist and author, Kushner investigates his brother’s case and the profound impact it had on his family and community. Piecing together police reports, interviews, and the memories of loved ones––David tells the story of what happened to his family and his town, after his brother disappeared.


Credits:

Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio

Josh Bloch- For USG Audio

Jennifer Sears- For USG Audio

Gretta Cohn- Executive Producer

David Kushner- Executive Producer, Host

Emmy Rossum- Executive Producer

Alex Sujong Laughlin- Producer

James T. Green- Producer, Sound Designer

Sara Nics- Executive Editor

Lacy Roberts- Managing Producer

Rick Kwan- Mix Engineer

Nocturnal Sound- Sound Design

 This is a USG Audio Podcast in collaboration with Transmitter Media. 

May 26, 2021
Trailer
00:02:21

In 1973, David Kushner's 11-year-old older brother Jon biked through a suburban Florida forest to buy candy for his little brother, and never returned. Decades later, now an accomplished journalist and author, Kushner investigates his brother’s case and the profound impact it had on his family and community. Piecing together police reports, interviews, and the memories of loved ones––David tells the story of what happened to his family and his town, after his brother disappeared.


Credits:

Jessica Grimshaw- For USG Audio

Josh Bloch- For USG Audio

Jennifer Sears- For USG Audio

Gretta Cohn- Executive Producer

David Kushner- Executive Producer, Host

Emmy Rossum- Executive Producer

Alex Sujong Laughlin- Producer

James T. Green- Producer, Sound Designer

Sara Nics- Executive Editor

Lacy Roberts- Managing Producer

Rick Kwan- Mix Engineer

Nocturnal Sound- Sound Design

 This is a USG Audio Podcast in collaboration with Transmitter Media. 

Apr 13, 2021