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Today's topic is an encore show of the original live air date of this show on October 27th. 2012. I am airing this show again for Halloween. The Topic of this show is "Hundley Murders In Illinois" these murders occurred on Halloween in 1928 and are still unsolved and many people claim that the house is now haunted. Joe Giacalone is my special guest for this show. Joe is a retired NYPD Detective Sergeant and former Commanding Officer of the Bronx Cold Case Squad. Joe and I will also discuss other cold cases as well. For more information about Joe please visit his website http://www.ColdCaseSquad.com For more information about the Hundley Murders please visit this website. http://www.ghosthaunters.com/index.php?pr=Hundley_House_UPDATE
Combining the forces of law enforcement, well-known forensic experts, and college students the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute (CCIRI) has investigated several high-profile crimes including Natalee Holloway, Chanda Levy, The Boston Strangler, and Tupac Shakur.
Founded by Sheryl McCollum 10 years ago, the CCIRI is a partnership that brings together researchers, practitioners, and the criminal justice community to develop new capabilities and work collectively to advance research, training and techniques in solving cold cases. The objectives of CCIRI are to provide the means, resources and guidance for Criminal Justice students to determine the solvability of actual unsolved crimes.
Host website: DonnaGore.Comhttp://donnagore.com
Choosing a life in law enforcement came naturally to J. Warner Wallace. Following the footsteps of his father was something he dreamed about, but he also followed in his fathers footsteps when it came to faith. Well the lack there of, you see Jim was raised an Atheist. He spent most of his life convinced there was no God and that those evangelists were merely luring you in to ask for money.
Until one day his curiosity settled in leading him to purchase his first basic bible. As he dove into it something began to change, he started to see the truth which led him to question everything he had believed in for so long. He went at it as a detective and soon discovered Christ was real, Christianity was real and life changed forever.
In his many years as a cold case detective he has seen the presence of God intertwined in many cases. The undeniable fact that God was ever present helping to bring comfort, love and above all else HOPE to those family members left behind.
Join us on this amazing journey as Jim shares his journey into faith, the cases that touched his life the most and the HOPE he has found in Christ.
Sports not for weak at heart. Covering everything on the field accross the diamond in a full court press. Bring your "A" game and hard or go home.
The host for The Cold Hard Truth: On Sports is "The Executioner" Matthew Long.
Show airs live every Tuesday from 8:30pm - 11:30pm eastern time.
Check out the website for sports news, radio, and entertainment http://thechtonsports.com
Listen to more from Matthew on http://www.spreaker.com/user/mattlongsports
and watch the @mattlongsports YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/mattlongsports
You can listen to the podcasted show of @TheCHTOnSports at http://thechtonsports.com/listen/
Charley will be joined by Ashleigh Hill for a conversation on Feminism and Christianity. We'll explore how women's lives and spirituality are often formed in religious traditions that don't empower them. It is often said that Christianity is one of the sources of male domination, but how is that being challenged or not in our time?
Is your faith authentic? Boy, that's a loaded question, isn't it? But, it's something you really need to take a hard look at. After all, you don't want to find out your faith isn't authentic when it's too late to do something about it. Tune in on Tuesday at 6pm Eastern, as we look to the epistle of First John and discover 3 tests of authentic Christianity.
Plus, with the Thanksgiving holiday right around the corner, I thought it would be good to look at the top things people are thankful for in 2014. How does 2014's list compare with 2013's list? We'll look at that as well.