T&J PODCAST – EPISODE 28: Not Goodbye – Friday Follow up
Bob, Mike and Zaq discuss listener questions for the final Follow-Up episode of Season 7.
T&J PODCAST – EPISODE 28: Not Goodbye
Bob takes us back through the journey that has been Season 7. We hear from special guests Jamie Snow, Danny Hartley and Nicole Snow. Our investigation into Bill Little’s murder has had an unexpected effect on a lot of lives. Although we are done covering the case front and center on the podcast, our work behind the scenes will continue. This is not goodbye.
T&J PODCAST – EPISODE 27: Final Debrief with Tara Thompson – Friday Follow up
This week, instead of a discussion between the guys, Bob interviews Jamie Snow, asking him listener questions pulled from social media.
T&J PODCAST – EPISODE 27: Final Debrief with Tara Thompson
Bob is joined by Jamie Snow’s attorney at The Exoneration Project. The two discuss revelations throughout the season, and expectations for Jamie’s case.
T&J PODCAST – EPISODE 26: Clemente on the Jeffs – Friday Follow up
Bob sits down with Mike and Zaq to discuss listener questions after hearing Jim Clemente’s take on the two Jeffs involvement in the Bill Little murder.
T&J PODCAST – EPISODE 26: Clemente on the Jeffs
As season 7 draws closer to a conclusion, Jim Clemente returns one last time to see how Miller and Durbin fit into our profile of Bill Little’s killer.
T&J PODCAST – EPISODE 25: Jim Clemente Returns – Friday Follow up
Bob, Mike and Zaq discuss listener questions after Bob’s most recent interview with former FBI criminal profiler Jim Clemente.
T&J PODCAST – EPISODE 25: Jim Clemente Returns
Jim Clemente returns to the show to re-evaluate the Bill Little crime scene, and update our profile of Bill’s killer.
T&J PODCAST – EPISODE 24: A Complete 180 – Friday Follow up
Bob and Mike discuss listener questions gathered from social media surrounding the bizarre discovery that Bill Little’s body may have been moved at the crime scene.
T&J PODCAST – EPISODE 24: A Complete 180
Listener research has led to a new discovery that completely changes the way we look at the crime scene.