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Even retired cops
I was incredibly disappointed with your terrible coverage of the west Memphis case. You obviously haven’t studied the case since information relevant to 2000. Bob Ruff has put so much time and energy into this case and a lot has come out with regards to animal predation, victimology, and possible new forensic evidence. It really bothers me that you have used your platform so irresponsibly. I went from a huge fan to huge disappointment. You have lost all credibility with me.
I absolutely love this podcast, and was so excited when it came out as I have been following both Billy and Paul’s careers for quite some time! thank you for always keeping me busy being a citizen detective and thank you so much for putting in your time to create such amazing content. Also I would love to hear you guys cover the Kristen Smart case because she went missing from my hometown/current city and there is just a great amount of questions that were never answered on this case that I believe you guys could possibly get answers to.
Interesting, sensitive, and informative. Definitely worth the time to listen!!
Two cool cat dads and obvi Paulie! Please cover Abigail Andrews from Fort st John BC Canada. Ps the Edmonton case you covered.... that guy has a very rural Alberta accent!
The Murder Squad is one of my top favourite true crime podcasts. Very well researched. I enjoy the opinions of both Paul and Billy as they are coming from different backgrounds but are very knowledgeable. A case I would love to hear your take on is that of Kelly Cook. She was a young girl who went missing in 1981 after she left with a man, identifying himself as Bill Christensen, for a babysitting job. I grew up in rural Alberta, Canada and Kelly went missing from Standard, Alberta (another rural area). This case has always baffled me because she seemed to disappear into thin air.
I first heard of Paul Holes on MFM when Karen discusses his greatness. I’ve been a fan ever since. I appreciate his calm and professional take on crimes he discusses. When Billy helped complete Michelle McNamara’s book I’ll Be Gone in the Dark it forever cemented him in my memories as a great writer, researcher, and all-around good guy. I admire his dedication to victims and his deep dive into crimes. I love this podcast and never miss a week!
Love Billy and Paul!!!
Yeah, really good show. They are trying to engage the Everyman, getting the public to help solve homicides. All for it, but THEY HAVE TO MAKE IT A LOT EASIER TO FIND THE REPLY BUTTON!
It is supremely insightful to have a retired investigator and crime journalist discussing these cases. With interviews with case detectives and actual 911 calls it is produced extremely well. Interesting and intriguing.
Episode 4...a very brave woman shares her strength with us. 💔 Could’ve listened to Paul’s gentle questioning for hours.
So happy to have found this podcast! Love everything about it. I have so many true crime podcasts on here – all the best – and this one stacks up to them.
A brilliant podcast for true crime enthusiasts. As someone else already suggested - please analyse an Australian case!
Paul and Billy are so engaging to listen to, their knowledge of crime and police work is incredibly informative while they share personal aspects of their own lives that make you feel like you’re listening to friends. I’d love them to do the Australian unsolved case of Mr Cruel
I look forward to listening to this engrossing podcast every week. The hosts Paul and Billy discuss crimes in a way that is respectful to the victims, and doesn’t ever have a glorified/gratuitous violence kind of vibe. I enjoy listening as a reminder to stay safe and trust my women’s intuition. I think shining a light on the shadow side of society is a positive thing... I wish there was an Aus equivalent. x
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I’ve tried. Way too much jibber jabber about themselves. Can’t get past the vocal fry. Moving on.
Truely brilliant love the intelligence and depth displayed on this podcast. Being able to talk to individuals involved from day one on cases is truely illuminating. Very captivating listening to Paul interview victims, asking probing questions but at the same time being aware and sensitive to their trauma.
A great first episode, can’t wait to hear more.
Two legends coming together to engage every listener in righting wrongs, so awesome
Great job Paul and billy! Can’t wait to listen to more!
Really enjoy Billy and Paul’s analysis and great guests to discuss their cases. I would like to hear some discussion on ‘The Doodler’ case from SanFrancisco in the 1970’s. I hear the case could have been solved but was not due to witness withdrawal at the time. GB
This podcast is a unique take on crimes, predominantly in the US, with a mission to utilize the audience to help shake up unsolved cases or resolve unresolved aspects of cases. Billy and Paul play off each other perfectly, and both are laser focused on accuracy. I’d love to hear Paul’s take particularly on the Madeleine McCann disappearance, from a police investigator’s perspective given the complexity of the situation. GB
because of their careers this podcast gives a more in depth view on various crimes. although it can be more dark and intense to hear compared to some other true crime podcasts, there are still some more light episodes for those who don’t want all the details. would highly recommend to anyone with an interest in true crime. 5/5 stars ⭐️ GB
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