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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
Hi Everyone the original live air date of this show was 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
Hi Everyone today's Topic 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 . I am welcoming back my special guest Joe Giacalone. 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. Please call in your questions to 646-200-4088. You can also email me your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org My chat room will be open for your questions and chat. My phone lines and chat room open 10 minutes before the show begins. One lucky caller will receive a autographed copy of Joe's book. For more information about Joe please visit his website http://www.ColdCaseSquad.com For more information about the Hundley Murders please visit this website. 408844646-200-4088 66646-200-4088 http://www.ghosthaunters.com/index.php?pr=Hundley_House_UPDATE
Hi Everyone today's topic is "Cold Case" investigation of a homicide of a newborn infant found on May 11th. 1986 in Needham, Massachusetts. The infant was found inside a trash barrel for recyclable bottles on a local playground. I will discuss this case in depth with my special guest journalist Mr. Joe Mcginty. Mr Mcginty is a journalist for Needham Channel News based out of Needham Massachusetts. We will be discussing many aspects of this story. If you would like more information about Joe you can visit his website at Needhamchannel.org You can also find Joe on Facebook and Twitter. Twitter@JoeMcginty Also joining me will be Mr. Joseph Giacalone (pronounced Jack a loni) is a retired NYPD Detective Sergeant and former Commanding Officer of the Bronx Cold Case Squad. His website is ColdCaseSquad.com My phone lines and chat room open 10 minutes before the show begins. Call in your questions and also email them to me to email@example.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.
Criminal Profiler Pat Brown has been a guest on my show on many occasions offering unparalleled expertise and insight into some of history's most notorious crimes.
In today's segment Pat goes way back in time to solve the mystery surrounding the death of the Cleopatra. Was it really a suicide or was it murder?
We will find the answer to this question when talk about her new book "The Murder of Cleopatra: History's Greatest Cold Case."
In May 2012 suspected serial killer Angel Guridy-Cabral was extradited from the Dominican Republic for the 1993 murder of his girlfriend Altagracia Valdez, 24, after new DNA technology linked him to the crime.
Valdez was found on the living room floor of her apartment, her baby son unharmed nearby. She was stabbed in the neck and shoulder and appeared to have been sexually assaulted.
Guridy-Cabral fought his extradition from the Dominican Republic for nearly two years.
Police also suspect him in a half-dozen other crimes in the Bronx, Manhattan and Queens, including rapes and murders. But he could only be charged with the 1993 murder due to a clause in the extradition deal.
He was a detective supervisor for 19 years and Commanding Officer of the Bronx Cold Case Homicide Squad, personally working on hundreds of murder and missing person cases in his career. He has written The Criminal Investigative Function: A Guide for New Investigators, a real-world look into criminal investigations-from the crime scene all the way to the courtroom-all the actual legalities that impact investigations the most. BRONX COLD CASE HOMICIDE-Joseph L. Giacalone
Early in the morning hours of October, 29,1995, several calls came in to the Hartford Police reporting a female being dragged by a car. Investigators eventually found the mangled body of Leah Ulbrich by following a trail of blood and flesh, she had been dragged for over 4 miles, her life ending gruesomely.
Leah Ulbrich's son, Ryan, was 12 at the time of her death, and is a recent graduate of Eastern Ct State University with a degree in Criminology & Sociology. He would like answers concerning the death of his mother along with other family members. Ryan will remember his mother and how her untimely death has shattered their lives and how justice would help them all put the pieces back together.
Host website: DonnaGore.Com
Join us Tuesday as we explore cases of missing persons and unsloved murders. To kick off the conversation, we've chosen five cases - three from Minnesota and two from South Jersey / Philadelphia, familiar to our co-hosts.
Heidi Firkus: Fatally shot in her home in St Paul, MN on April 25, 2010. Her husband was home at the time but he is not talking. The killing remains unsolved.
Anne Barber Dunlap: Found dead in the trunk of her car in 1996. Although the husband remains a suspect, the murder is unsolved.
Jacob Wetterling: Kidnapped in 1989 at age 11 while riding his bike in St Joseph, MN. He remains missing.
Danielle Imbo and Richard Petrone Jr: Went missing on February 19, 2005, after leaving a Philadlelphia bar headed home to South Jersey. The have never been found.
Erica Crippen Crosby: Last seen with her husband at a South Jersey restaurant on New Years Eve, 2014. Husband was arrested after police found forensic evidence in the trunk of his car to charge him. Her body remains missing.
We'll be talking about these cases and others as time allows. Families are searching for answers.
CALL US at 1-347-850-8445 and join the conversation!
Join us with Joseph L. Giacalone, a law enforcement supervisor with an extensive background in criminal investigations and a specialty in Crime and Deviance. He was also Commanding Officer of the Cold Case Homicide Squad and author of "The Criminal Investigative Function".
Joseph has a Master of Arts degree in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in Crime and Deviance form John Jay College of Criminal Justice where he now serves as an Adjust professor teach many courses in various area of emphasis in the criminal justice field.
Joseph's 19 year law enforcement career put in in many positions in the force which led to the development of his extensive expertise in various investigation types including; homicide, suicide, missing persons and cold cases. He eventually landed what he considers to be his favorite position severed, Commanding Officer of the Cold Case Homicide Squad. His accomplishments and dedication also earned him the police forces prestigious Medal of Valor.
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