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S1E26: Tara Baker, Something is Stirring

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S1E26: Tara Baker, Something is Stirring
Host Cameron Jay returns with the 26th episode of Classic City Crime. Why? Because "something is stirring." Over the last few weeks, the uptick in leads and people willing to speak out has all of us here at the podcast hopeful that more pieces to the puzzle can come to light. In this special update, Cameron sits down with Athens Clarke County Fireman Doug Whitehead, the first of three firemen to arrive on scene to the fire at 160 Fawn Drive in January of 2001. This is his first time speaking publicly since he discovered Tara's body 22 years ago, and his words shed new light on what really occurred in Tara's home. Tara's mother, Mrs. Virginia, joins the podcast again to thank Doug for his courage, but to plead with anyone with information to come forward. Are you the person who holds the final puzzle piece?  Hosted, written and produced by Cameron Jay (@LifeofCameron). Original design by Kyle Kizziah (@Haizzik). Research assistance by Elizabeth Durusau. Editing of this episode by Jacob Zoller. Intro music exclusively for CCC by Ryan McDaniel. Connect with us online-- Facebook: facebook.com/classiccitycrime Twitter: twitter.com/CCCrimePodcast Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime www.ClassicCityCrime.com To listen to Tara's story from episode one, visit https://www.classiccitycrimepodcast.com/TaraBaker Disclaimer: *The views expressed by guests of Classic City Crime Podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of Cameron Jay, CCC, or any of its associates. All people discussed, whether interviewed or implied, are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. CCC does not encourage nor condone listeners taking the law into their own hands, contacting those associated with the case, or intervening in police investigations.*
35:58
June 16, 2022
CCC Special: "Our Child", The Case of Baby Jonathan Foundling Part 2
***TW/CW: Infanticide, Neonaticide, Pregnancy, R*pe, incest, abortion, and the issues that accompany the discussions of the loss of an infant– listener discretion is advised. *** In Part 2 of this Classic City Crime Podcast special, host Cameron Jay revisits the case of infant Jonathan Foundling from 1996. He sits down and speaks with Derek Jackson, the young resident life coordinator at the University of Georgia who dialed 911 upon discovery of the infant's body in the basement bathroom of the student dormitory. We also take a look at Safe Haven Laws and Abortion laws in Georgia- and how they might have, or might not have- made a difference in the outcome of this case. — Hosted, written and produced by Cameron Jay (@LifeofCameron). Original design by Kyle Kizziah (@Haizzik). Research assistance by Elizabeth Durusau. Intro music exclusively for CCC by Ryan McDaniel. Connect with us online Facebook: facebook.com/classiccitycrime Twitter: twitter.com/CCCrimePodcast Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime www.ClassicCityCrime.com To listen to The Tara Baker Story from episode one, visit www.classiccitycrimepodcast.com/TaraBaker To Listen to the 1977 Murder of T.K. Harty, visit www.classiccitycrimepodcast.com/tkharty Disclaimer: *The views expressed by guests of Classic City Crime Podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of Cameron Jay, CCC, it’s advertisers, or any of its associates. All people discussed, whether interviewed or implied, are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. CCC does not encourage nor condone listeners taking the law into their own hands, contacting those associated with the case, or intervening in police investigations.*
27:03
February 26, 2022
CCC Special: "Our Child”: The Case of Baby Jonathan Foundling Part 1
***TW/CW: Infanticide, Neonaticide, Pregnancy, and the issues that accompany the discussions of the loss of an infant– listener discretion is advised. *** On a cold January day in 1996, the discovery of a newborn’s body in the Oglethorpe House Dormitory at the University of Georgia shocked the student community, the local Athens, Georgia community, and the police tasked with searching for answers. The infant baby was given the name Jonathan Foundling by local law enforcement. In “The Case of Jonathan Foundling: Our Child”, host Cameron Jay speaks with former University of Georgia Police Chief Chuck Horton and former Assistant Police Chief Connie Sampson to discuss what really happened, what the early days of the investigation looked like, and why the case remains unsolved 26 years later. The episode ends with a psychological discussion about the case with Dr. Debra Cowart Steckler, followed by a modern-day update on how technological advances could finally lead to answers for the Athens and University community. — Hosted, written and produced by Cameron Jay (@LifeofCameron). Original design by Kyle Kizziah (@Haizzik). Research assistance by Elizabeth Durusau. Intro music exclusively for CCC by Ryan McDaniel. Connect with us online Facebook: facebook.com/classiccitycrime Twitter: twitter.com/CCCrimePodcast Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime www.ClassicCityCrime.com To listen to The Tara Baker Story from episode one, visit https://www.classiccitycrimepodcast.com/TaraBaker To Listen to the 1977 Murder of T.K. Harty, visit https://www.classiccitycrimepodcast.com/tkharty Disclaimer: *The views expressed by guests of Classic City Crime Podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of Cameron Jay, CCC, it’s advertisers, or any of its associates. All people discussed, whether interviewed or implied, are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. CCC does not encourage nor condone listeners taking the law into their own hands, contacting those associated with the case, or intervening in police investigations.*
56:36
February 17, 2022
S1E25: Tara Baker, 21 Years Later
Classic City Crime Podcast returns for 2022 by honoring and remembering the life of Tara Louise Baker on a day which marks 21 years since the UGA Law Student was brutally murdered in Athens, Georgia. While her family still has no answers, they have hope that through advocacy and continued faith, justice will be served in some form.  Host Cameron Jay sits down with the Baker siblings to discuss their memories of their sister, how they plan to honor her on what is not only over two decades since her death, but what will be another birthday Tara isn't here to celebrate. They also discuss their new work with the family of murder victim Rhonda Sue Coleman to seek legislative change for homicide victims' families. You can learn more at www.facebook.com/gavictims. The episode ends with the return of Mrs. Virginia Baker, still Tara's mother. She reminds us of how much her daughter was loved, how the unknown still haunts her, and what her advice would be to other grieving parents feeling alone this time of year.  Hosted, written and produced by Cameron Jay (@LifeofCameron). Original design by Kyle Kizziah (@Haizzik). Research assistance by Elizabeth Durusau. Intro music exclusively for CCC by Ryan McDaniel.  Connect with us online Facebook: facebook.com/classiccitycrime Twitter: twitter.com/CCCrimePodcast Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime www.ClassicCityCrime.com To listen to Tara's story from episode one, visit https://www.classiccitycrimepodcast.com/TaraBaker To learn more about the case of Rhonda Sue Coleman, visit https://www.FoxhunterPodcast.com Disclaimer: *The views expressed by guests of Classic City Crime Podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of Cameron Jay, CCC, or any of its associates. All people discussed, whether interviewed or implied, are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. CCC does not encourage nor condone listeners taking the law into their own hands, contacting those associated with the case, or intervening in police investigations.* 
44:17
January 19, 2022
Special Report: The Life of Elijah James Wood
We're back this week with a special report regarding the life of Elijah James Wood, who was shot in neighboring Oconee County, Georgia on March 19. While police continue their investigation and search for the killer who is still at-large, host Cameron Jay takes a moment to bring the focus back to Elijah and his life, by speaking with some of his family members. We have all heard so much about what happened that night. We've heard a lot of buzz and speculation about who might be involved. But Classic City Crime wants to make sure that Elijah's life and his impact on others is not minimized in all of that. If you or someone you knows has any information that could lead to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for Elijah's death, please contact Detective Zach Eaton at zeaton@oconeesheriff.org. Visit the OCSO's official website for the case at https://www.WhoKilledElijah.com. To hear our exclusive interview with Sheriff Hale, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbIzUshXtuI © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of host Cameron Jay, co-producer Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.* Music: Neosporin on my Ankle by a CCC friend Oak Studios: https://www.patreon.com/m/5449920/posts
29:50
September 09, 2021
Final Thoughts: The Athens Murders of 1987
In "Final Thoughts", host Cameron Jay wraps up "The Athens Murders of 1987" by sharing with you a few of his own takeaways from this journey. He also shares with listeners how they can help honor the lives of Drs. Rachel and Glenn Sutton. Sally and Helen Nathanson, and Ann Orr Morris.  Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com: A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views, assessments, and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do NOT reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.* Episode Image provided by Wayne Ford and The Athens Banner Herald's archives.
04:55
June 12, 2021
Part 7: The Athens Murders of 1987
In Part 7, listeners get to hear a recorded reading of the transcript of Clinton Bankston's interview with police after being found in possession of the stolen car and after being charged with five counts of murder. The parts of the detectives and 16-year old Bankston are read by listeners by you. The transcript is read to help listeners better contextualize all we've learned over the last 8 weeks and will leave the listener to ultimately decide what they think went wrong in 1987. Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com: A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views, assessments, and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do NOT reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.* Episode Image provided by Wayne Ford and The Athens Banner Herald's archives.
01:20:57
June 12, 2021
Part 6: The Athens Murders of 1987
In Part 6 of The Athens Murders of 1987, host Cameron Jay and Psychologist Dr. Debra Cowart Steckler discuss her assessment of Clinton Bankston, the young teen arrested and charged with five counts of capital murder. She answers some important questions: What could have possibly been going on in Bankston's mind? How did all of that end in murder? And, perhaps she has some insight into the age-old question: Does she think this could have been prevented?  All of this and more as we continue to discuss this tragic piece of Athens history and prepare to hear the full reading of the Bankston police interview transcript.  Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com: A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views, assessments, and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do NOT reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.* Episode Image provided by Wayne Ford and The Athens Banner Herald's archives.
53:12
June 10, 2021
Part 5: The Athens Murders of 1987
In Part 5, host Cameron Jay discusses the arrest and questioning of Clinton Bankston for ‘The Athens Murders of 1987’. The 15-turned-16 year old young teen was facing the possibility of being sentenced to death when defense Attorney Ed Tolley challenged the death sentence in a case that would ultimately change the law in the state of Georgia- sparing Bankston’s life. We discuss the complexities of the case as we revisit Bankston’s own words and try to find out why this crime happened and if it could have been prevented? Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com: A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.* Episode Image provided by Wayne Ford and The Athens Banner Herald's archives.
52:21
May 27, 2021
Part 4: The Athens Murders of 1987
In Part 4, host Cameron Jay sifts through the rumors and questions surrounding a triple homicide that occurred in Athens, GA in 1987. Last week, listeners met the 'The Women of Carr's Hill'. This week, listeners finally learn the truth about what happened there through the eyes of investigative officials and the words of official records. Finally, the question is answered: Who killed the Suttons and the Women of Carr's Hill. Further, the stage is set to explain the how and WHY. Listen in to learn more... Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com: A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.* Episode Image provided by Wayne Ford and The Athens Banner Herald's archives.
33:39
May 20, 2021
Part 3: The Athens Murders of 1987
In Part 3, Host Cameron Jay introduces listeners to the life and work of Ann Orr Morris, Sally Nathanson, and Helen Nathanson-- 'The Women of Carr's Hill." In 1987, Ann Orr Morris lived with her husband on a family estate. Not far away stood the home of her sister, Sally. Sally and her adoptive daughter, Helen, lived together in another home on the 28-acre estate. Until one day, they too encountered a similar fate to The Suttons. With the town now facing the thought of two different homicidal events, would answers finally come and an arrest finally be made? Book Citation: Georgia Museum of Art. (1994). Ann Orr: Silversmith, Goldsmith, & Enamelist. University of Georgia.  Episode Cover Image Citations: Ann Orr Morris: Georgia Museum of Art. (1994). Ann Orr: Silversmith, Goldsmith, & Enamelist. University of Georgia.  Sally Orr Nathanson: Pandora Yearbook, 1948 Helen Nathanson: Clarke Central High School Yearbook, 1983 Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com: A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.* Episode Image provided by Wayne Ford and The Athens Banner Herald's archives.
31:53
May 13, 2021
Part 2: The Athens Murders of 1987
In Part 2 of The Athens Murder of 1987, host Cameron Jay and listeners will examine the truth about what really happened to The Suttons on Oglethorpe Avenue. Last week, we got to know the prominent Athens couple by honoring and remembering their life. This week, we try to make sense of their death by speaking with former Detectives W.J. Smith and Scott Berry who both worked the scene of the crime.  And, we hear foreshadowing of events to come. Was the killer finished? Well, the answer may surprise you- just as it surprised an entire city in 1987. Listen in for more!  Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com: A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.* Episode Image provided by Wayne Ford and The Athens Banner Herald's archives.
36:58
May 06, 2021
Part 1: The Athens Murders of 1987
In Part 1 of our new mini-series regarding the 1987 murders of a retired couple and woman, her sister, and her niece begins with an introduction to the Classic City at the time. It was a place moving and grooving with local music on the rise, bands going national, and relatively little violent crime. That is, until April of 1987, when Drs. Glenn and Rachel Sutton were murdered in their Oglethorpe Avenue home. In this episode, host Cameron Jay introduces listeners to the Suttons, their home, and their life devoted to academics and service.  Pylon Credits: Pylon. “Danger”. Itunes Audio. 1980. Used with Permission. Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com: A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.* Episode Image provided by Wayne Ford and The Athens Banner Herald's archives. 
43:48
April 29, 2021
Special Report: 'In The Red Clay' with Sean Kipe
In this exclusive CCC special, host Cameron Jay sits down with creator and host of 'In The Red Clay' podcast Sean Kipe to discuss his journey back in time to uncover the life of Billy Sunday Birt and the ultimate formation of the Dixie Mafia. The two talk about the turning points of the 12 part series, what Kipe thinks about everything he uncovered, and we look for the lessons that we all might learn by examining the life and acts of Billy Birt-- perhaps the most dangerous, and lethal, man in Georgia history.  For more information on In The Red Clay, visit https://www.intheredclaypodcast.com/ and be sure to listen to Sean's full series wherever you get your podcasts!  Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com: A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.*
37:46
April 08, 2021
Special Report: Who Killed Elijah James Wood?
On March 19, 2021, Elijah James Wood was shot as he worked at a Watkinsville, Georgia Racetrac. In this CCC Special Report, host Cameron Jay sits down with a family member of Elijah's to help us all get to know Elijah and the life he lived. We also talk with Oconee County Sheriff James Hale, who issues a plea to the public for information and provides an update on the reward amount and a car of interest that has surfaced in the last 24 hours.  If you or someone you know has any information about the crime, you are asked to call the sheriff’s office at (706) 769-3945 or contact investigators Zach Eaton at zeaton@oconeesheriff.org, Sam Smith at ssmith@oconeesheriff.org or Golden Sanders at gsanders@oconeesheriff.org. Let's find #JusticeForElijah!  Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com: A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.*
28:30
April 02, 2021
Part 7: The Murder of T.K. Harty
In Part 7 of Classic City Crime's exclusive look at the historic murder of Theodore T.K. Harty, host Cameron Jay sits down with two professors of forensic psychology to discuss the minds of John Mooney and Elmo Florence, and what they possibly could have been thinking when they hatched the plan to threaten and kill T.K. Harty.  You'll meet UGA Forensic Psychology professor Trina Cyterski and Debra Cowart Steckler, professor of psychological studies at Martha Washington University. While Cyterski offers an academic look at the role psychopathy might have played in the lives of those involved, Steckler provides a personal and reflective account of her own interactions with John Henry Mooney as a waitress at Somebody's Pizza in 1977.  Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com: A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.*
55:34
March 25, 2021
Part 6: The Murder of T.K. Harty
What if we told you that everything we've heard thus far is not the case? That maybe T.K. Harty wasn't killed over the beer war, or perhaps that the eviction Harty handed John Mooney wasn't the end all...what if something bigger was at play, what if the real reason Mooney wanted Harty dead was related to a large real estate transaction involving the Southern Railway Company?  In Part 6, host Cameron Jay talks with businessman Bob Gentile, who details several conversations he reportedly had with Harty before the murder...conversations in which T.K. admits he was going to be killed, but not over anything to do with The Station. Tune in to find out.  Special thanks to Bob Gentile, Leon Farmer III, Jimmy Dunnett, and Lindsey Kayal from the Georgian Hotel for their help in cultivating material for this episode.  Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com. Silk Road Caravan by Constellate , Marble Falls by Chris Shards, Magnified XY by Farrell Wooten, Azoic by Max Anson, and A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more.  Unsolved Mysteries Theme Song credited to Gary Malkin, 1980s. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.*
28:07
March 18, 2021
Part 5: The Murder of T.K. Harty
In Part 5, The Murder of T.K. Harty, Cameron Jay explores the letters from Elmo Florence and John Mooney regarding the 1977 homicide, their involvement, and how they both felt in the aftermath of the murder they brought to fruition. What do each of them have to say about that fateful day 43 years ago? Tune in now to find out.  Episode Links: Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com. Silk Road Caravan by Constellate , Marble Falls by Chris Shards, Magnified XY by Farrell Wooten, Azoic by Max Anson, and A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more.  Unsolved Mysteries Theme Song credited to Gary Malkin, 1980s. © 2021 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.*
31:53
March 04, 2021
Part 4: The Murder of T.K. Harty
After spending just 19 months in prison for the 1977 murder of T.K. Harty, convicted murderer John Henry Mooney escapes from a South Georgia prison. The escape would lead to a 9 year manhunt that would end in a re-arrest and extradition back to Georgia. In Part 4, host Cameron Jay talks with DA Harry Gordon and former investigator Scott Berry on the challenges of hunting for a fugitive for nearly a decade, and how an unlikely show helped ultimately recapture the man on the run. Episode Links: Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com. Silk Road Caravan by Constellate , Marble Falls by Chris Shards, Magnified XY by Farrell Wooten, Azoic by Max Anson, and A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more.  Unsolved Mysteries Theme Song credited to Gary Malkin, 1980s. © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.*
41:07
February 25, 2021
Part 3: The Murder of T.K. Harty
In Part 3 of The Murder of T.K. Harty, Cameron Jay reviews the arrests and trials of Elmo Florence and John Mooney for the 1977 murder of Theodore T.K. Harty by talking with former DA Harry Gordon and former Mooney defense counsel Edward Tolley. By the end of this episode, listeners should be able to answer the question: What do you feel happened? Did John Mooney hire Elmo to kill TK or just to scare him? Did Elmo act on his own accord? Listen in now to find out what you think. Episode Links: Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com. Silk Road Caravan by Constellate , Marble Falls by Chris Shards, Magnified XY by Farrell Wooten, Azoic by Max Anson, and A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more.  © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.*
53:03
February 18, 2021
Part 2: The Murder of T.K. Harty
Someone had confessed to the murder of Athens businessman T.K. Harty in 1977. Who? Oven repairman Elmo Florence. This week, host Cameron Jay sits down with Mr. Reinhold, who heard first-hand the account Elmo gave of his fatal encounter with T.K. on August 30, 1977. But Elmo Florence had not only implicated himself. He said he had been hired by Harty's business rival John Mooney- T.K. Harty’s business rival and the owner of Somebody’s Pizza. In the second half of this episode, Mooney’s business partner Jimmy Dunnett tells of the John he knew, and the demise of T.K. Harty that he saw coming. A story of twists and turns, Part 2 sets the story up to take listeners to the trials of Elmo Florence and John Mooney-- and the aftermath full of surprises.  Episode Links: Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Instagram: instagram.com/classiccitycrime Facebook: Facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com. Silk Road Caravan by Constellate , Marble Falls by Chris Shards, Magnified XY by Farrell Wooten, Azoic by Max Anson, and A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more.  Cover Image: Ties, a Magazine by the Southern Railway- Producer April 1974 featuring T.K. Harty and business partner Frank Range. © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.*
01:17:05
February 11, 2021
Part 1: The Murder of T.K. Harty
For this new Classic City Crime Miniseries, host Cameron Jay takes listeners back to Athens, Georgia 1977 where The Station had become a central place for entertainment, dining, and as Athens would have it- drinking. The old railway depot had been converted into the prime gathering place for students and locals a few years prior by businessman Lee Epting, just 26 years old at the time.  In Part 1 of this series, Epting explains to listeners how "The Station" came to be and what it meant to the people of Athens. To understand the story of T.K. Harty, you have to start at the Station- where a feud was brewing between Harty and his business rival John Mooney. It was a feud that would lead to murder, and so much more we'll talk about over the next several weeks.  Episode Cover photo by Minla Shields, taken during the 1970s. Used with permission. Episode Links: Special thanks to The Welfare Liners for usage of their original song, "Who Killed T.K.?"  For Bill King's full story, read "Station to Station: Romance on the Rails" Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at and brought to you by epidemicsound.com. Episode featuring Free for You by Wanda Shakes, Leather Jacket by the Best Ofs, Impasse by Silver Maple, Silk Road Caravan by Constellate, and A Hand of Aces by White Bones. Visit epidemicsound.com to purchase/learn more.  Research thanks to The Athens Clarke County Library Heritage Room, The Athens Banner-Herald (1970-1980), TIES by The Southern Railway System (1974), Classic Scene (1972) © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: The views and stories told by those interviewed in this podcast do not reflect the views of Cameron Jay, Kyle Kizziah, or Classic City Crime.* 
01:01:40
February 04, 2021
S1E24: Tara Baker, 20 Years Later
Next week will mark 20 years since Tara Baker was murdered in her east Athens, Georgia home- her killer still not brought to justice. One of the last episodes of the week-to-week reporting, Episode 24 is full of a recap of just how far we’ve come in the search for the truth, a review with the Baker family of the information we’ve learned, and host Cameron Jay’s own personal thoughts of this journey for Justice. Listen in now. Join us on January 20, 2021 at the UGA Law Library at 11:30 AM for a flower laying memorial service, and at 7:30 PM on Facebook live for a virtual memorial service with all of you.  Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at and provided through epidemicsound.com; Gravitation by David Celeste, Keep Me Breathing by David Celeste, Cryptic Secrecy by Dream Cave, Backweight by Jay Varton © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just that: theories explored based on leads and information brought to the podcast, and all people are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
01:12:38
January 14, 2021
S1E23: Tara Baker, Answers on Ant
Episode 23 is the first episode of 2021, as Cameron Jay and Classic City Crime resumes the storytelling and answer-seeking journey of the life and murder of Tara Louise Baker. "Answers on Ant" is full of new possible answers from interviews and with people who came forward during the holiday break to tell more about their interactions with a character we've called "Ant", who claimed to have knowledge of Tara's death and as you will find out, much more. These are people's personal stories and their personal accounts, compelled to come forward.  Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just that: theories explored based on leads and information brought to the podcast, and all people are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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January 07, 2021
S1 Minisode: Jaclyn Weldon White, Author of 'Pure Evil'
In this Season 1 Minisode, host Cameron Jay sits down with #truecrime Author Jaclyn Weldon White to discuss her latest book, 'Pure Evil: The Machetti Murders of Macon, Georgia'-- where they outline the twists and turns of this true story with a Classic City connection. To learn more about Author Jaclyn Weldon White, please visit: http://www.jaclynweldonwhite.com/ Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. * Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just that: theories explored based on leads and information brought to the podcast, and all people are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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December 10, 2020
S1 Minisode: Jacob Colby Hutcheson, My Best Friend
In this Season 1 Minisode, host Cameron Jay discusses the loss of his best friend Jacob Colby to a distracted driving related incident-- interviewing his family, friends, and those who took a very close look at the case. Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. * Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just that: theories explored based on leads and information brought to the podcast, and all people are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
41:20
December 03, 2020
S1E22: Tara Baker, It's Not Over
In Episode 22, Cameron Jay catches up with local attorney Ed Tolley who discusses his thoughts about the podcast's progress over the last several months. And as we head into the holiday season, we catch up with the Baker family to see where their hearts and minds are knowing what they know now. Sign the Tara Baker petition here: http://chng.it/MDXjYgDd Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. * Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just that: theories explored based on leads and information brought to the podcast, and all people are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
41:48
November 12, 2020
S1E21: Tara Baker, The Fight Continues
Episode 21, The Story Continues as we catch up with Forensic Psychologist Dr. Michael J. Perrotti, who helps us understand some of what we've uncovered over the last several weeks and what it could mean for our case. And, the Baker Family issues a bold petition aimed at getting the Governor's help in their daughter's case. The fight continues...Sign the petition here: http://chng.it/MDXjYgDd Follow Dr. Perrotti: https://www.drmichaelperrotti.com Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. * Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just that: theories explored based on leads and information brought to the podcast, and all people are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
34:09
November 05, 2020
S1E20: Tara Baker, Findings in the Flames
20 is a special number, not only because it is our 20th episode but because it's been nearly 20 years since Tara Baker was murdered— with very few answers until now. This week, host Cameron Jay revisits discussions about the woman from Episode 19, talking with people who knew her and clarifying a few things for listeners. To find the FBI report Cameron Jay mentions, please visit: https://bit.ly/34Holn3 Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. * Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just that: theories and explored facts. People are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
22:30
October 29, 2020
S1E19: Tara Baker, The Spider & The Ant
Episode 19 is perhaps the most breaking episode Cameron Jay has brought to listeners, as he explores a new person of interest that is connected to another and the web that is continuing to be woven. We'll say no more, listen in now to discover what Jay has uncovered in the last 24 hours... Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. **Disclaimer: All theories and persons of interest discussed are just that, theories. All people are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
23:16
October 22, 2020
S1E18: Tara Baker, The Calls
Episode 18 begins with recentering and refocusing on Tara Louise Baker, her life, and the people she left behind— to remind us all about what this journey is about...what has united us as a community. In the second half of this episode, host Cameron Jay finally lays out the timeline of Tara's phone records...and asks some of her friends and loved ones what they remember about those final calls from the Law student. Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. **Disclaimer: All theories and persons of interest discussed are just that, theories. All people are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
42:03
October 15, 2020
S1E17: Tara Baker, The Suspects: Part 5
The search continues and the persons of interest list grows, just as we have crossed a few key people off the list. Think about it- what if investigators were right and a maintenance man or maintenance employee was involved...but what if they had the wrong one? This is an episode you don't want to miss. Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. * Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just that: theories and explored facts. People are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
39:30
October 08, 2020
S1E16: Tara Baker, Ant in the Web
Episode 16 is full of new information, as host Cameron Jay brings back FBI profiler Jeffrey Rinek to discuss all of the new developments in Tara's case. And...an ant is in the web which continues to grow. Hear one new witness with a bombshell story of her encounters with Ant, the man that many people say had Tara's laptop after her murder. Shoutout to Jakob Undersun and Ryan McDaniel, friends who have provided our latest musical addition. Check out the CCC announcements in the episode and hear their work! Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. * Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just that: theories and explored facts. People are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
39:33
October 01, 2020
S1E15: Tara Baker, Who & Why?
Welcome, welcome, welcome back...and do we have some updates for all of you! This week, a former crime analyst on the case finally speaks out and tells her theory about who could be responsible for Tara's death. Host Cameron Jay dissects the theory based on the revelations he's uncovered over the last 15 weeks. Shoutout to Jakob Undersun and Ryan McDaniel, friends who have provided our latest musical addition. Check out the CCC announcements in the episode and hear their work! Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. * Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just that: theories and explored facts. People are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
34:47
September 24, 2020
S1E14: Tara Baker, Twists & Turns
In Episode 14, new twists occur as we learn more about the man seen in footage from a news channel at the scene of the crime, on the day of the crime. The turns? We've finally contacted the brother of The Ant- the man who supposedly had Tara's laptop after her death...and he's speaking out. Episode Photo: A photo album warped from the heat of the fire at Tara's home serves as a forever reminder of the damage and the tragic loss. Thanks to Fraud Busting Body Expert Traci Brown for her analysis and for having host Cameron Jay on her Fraud Busting podcast. Learn more here: www.bodylanguagetrainer.com www.facebook.com/BodyLanguageSpeaker Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. * Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just that: theories and explored facts. People are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
34:28
September 10, 2020
S1E13 Extra: Forensic Psychologist Dr. Michael Perrotti
In this Episode 13 extra, Cameron Jay chats again with Dr. Michael J. Perrotti, Ph.D. of Forensic Psychology who revisits Tara's case with us now that we know more about not only what happened to Tara Baker, but about the people who might have been involved. Does he still believe, as he did early on, that this was committed by someone Tara didn't know, or has his professional opinion changed? Listen in now to find out. Learn more about and listen to Dr. Perrotti's podcast at https://www.drmichaelperrotti.com Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved.
22:00
September 04, 2020
S1E13: Tara Baker, More Unfolds
In Episode 13, Cameron Jay speaks with the attorney's secretaries from 2001. They shed new light on his character, his actions around the time of the murder, and answer the question of if they, like many of their former colleagues, feel he could have been involved in the murder of Tara Louise Baker. You'll also get a preview of new breaking information we are gathering and uncovering that is soon set to take this case to new heights. Will the bug finally be caught in the web? Stay tuned... Photo: The Attorney's secretary has kept the flower arrangement the law firm sent to Tara's funeral as a way to remember her "work daughter". She still has the arrangement all these years later. Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved.
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September 03, 2020
S1E12: Tara Baker, The Web Grows
Episode 12 brings to light new revelations from many sources regarding Tara's case and the people of interest. Have you been wondering what the law firm thinks about the attorney? They've spoken out. Wondering about suspect 1's alibi? We have new details. And, we have a renowned forensic pathologist with us to briefly discuss some of the aspects of Tara's case we haven't talked about before. Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. * Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just theories and explored facts. People are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
26:43
August 27, 2020
S1E11: Tara Baker, The Suspects: Part 4
Episode 11 explores the theory that something was going awry at Deer Park, the place Tara Baker and her roommates called home. Cameron Jay reviews crime in the area, specifically cases of car break-ins, another stolen computer, and a fire started just down the street from Tara's Fawn Drive home. Could there be a connection? Could the same person(s) responsible for this string of crime be responsible for Tara's death? Did someone with knowledge of the community have their eyes on vulnerable homes? Is it all just a coincidence? Listen in now to learn more... * Disclaimer: All people and theories mentioned are just theories and explored facts. People are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. * Sponsored by Donna Changs: https://www.donnachangs.com | @donnachangsathens Find Us Online: https://linktr.ee/classiccitycrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved.
49:29
August 20, 2020
S1E10 Extra: The Bakers Plea
After the breaking news from Episode 10 regarding the attorney Tara worked with, the entire Baker family spoke out on the record to let you know their thoughts on the podcast and the investigation we are conducting so far. This one is emotional, riveting, and one you do not want to skip. Find Us Online: https://linktr.ee/classiccitycrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. Newspaper: The Red and Black, 2001
28:41
August 15, 2020
S1E10: Tara Baker, The Suspects: Part 3
An episode full of new shocking revelations, The Suspects: Part 3 explores Tara's professional life. Specifically, it zeroes in on Tara's association with a young attorney at the downtown law firm where she worked in Athens. Remember: All people mentioned in the podcast are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Using the term "suspect" makes it easier for the listener to keep up, and protects the identity of those involved. Find Us Online: https://linktr.ee/classiccitycrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Episode 10 Sponsored by McKinney Designs: https://bit.ly/2DGMyiC Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved.
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August 13, 2020
S1E9 Extra: The Bakers Respond
In this Episode 9 extra, we share a response— The Baker family lets the public know for the first time their thoughts on the podcast and the suspects who have been mentioned thus far. Specifically, they respond to The Boyfriend and his interview after 20 years of silence. Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. * Donate to Classic City Crime Podcast: https://paypal.me/classiccitycrime
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August 07, 2020
S1E9: Tara Baker, The Suspects: Part 2
In "Part 2" of The Suspects series, we look to Suspect 2, Tara's boyfriend at the time of her murder. Cameron Jay has a long phone conversation with the boyfriend who tells his story for the first time in 20 years. Did he kill Tara Baker? This episode we ask tough questions in real-time, and get honest answers from Suspect 2. Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. * FBI Source: https://bit.ly/2C1EPdW
47:48
August 06, 2020
S1E8: Tara Baker, The Suspects: Part 1
Episode 8, The Suspects: Part 1 dives into one initial suspect that investigators had their sights on back in 2001: a classmate of Tara Baker's at the University of Georgia's School of Law. Hear from her classmates and her mother on this potential theory, and what led people to suspect this individual in the beginning. Find Us Online: https://linktr.ee/classiccitycrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved.
27:37
July 30, 2020
S1E7: Tara Baker, Her Killer's Profile
We have gotten to know Tara personally, we have also heard a bit about what little of an investigation that actually occurred— and now, it just feels natural to move towards discussions involving suspects. This episode Cameron Jay sits down with Jeffery Rinek, a retiree from the FBI after thirty years of service, and Dr. Michael J. Perrotti, a Forensic Psychologist. Both give thoughtful and experienced insights into the type of person whom might have committed this crime. * In the Name of the Children: An FBI Agent's Relentless Pursuit of the Nation's Worst Predators written by Jefferey L. Rinek: https://amzn.to/2ZUmjxs * California Forensic Psychologist podcast hosted by Michael J. Perrotti, Ph.D: drmichaelperrotti.com Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved.
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July 23, 2020
S1 Exclusive: Tara Baker's Funeral
In this Season 1 exclusive, Cameron Jay shares newly obtained audio from the Baker family: moments from Tara's funeral on January 24, 2001 where everyone from a family member to a police officer from Athens-Clarke County and a Congressman. They laid Tara to rest, not knowing they'd have no answers 20 years later. We hope this #CCCInsider exclusive is as healing for you as it was for us...hearing Tara's life and legacy honored.
29:13
July 19, 2020
S1E6: Tara Baker, The Timeline
Cameron Jay puts together a timeline reflective of 2020— with new information from sources, the Baker family, and friends who have reached out. New details are emerging as we start to look closely at Tara's inner circle of loved ones, friends, coworkers, and classmates. Cameron also speaks with Joe Johnson, former reporter on the case for the Athens Banner-Herald. Joe became close with the case and Tara's family and shares his insights on developments— or lack thereof, in the investigation over the years. Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. Donate to Mercy Health Center at mercyhealthcenter.net
35:30
July 16, 2020
S1E5: Tara Baker, Questions Answered
In Episode 5, host Cameron Jay asks Tara Baker’s family some of your listener questions. Did they conduct private investigations? Did they think this was the work of a serial killer? What was left from the fire on Fawn Drive? The Baker's help us better understand the questions you’ve been asking. We also speak to Thomas B. Sing Sr., “Tom”, President of Quest Fire Analysis (an arson investigations group), former law enforcement official, and former State of Texas Fire Marshall investigator. He helps us better understand what might have been done differently in 2001 when it comes to the fire, the arson investigation, and the preservation of evidence. Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Facebook: facebook.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved. *Episode cover photo headline + print: Joe Johnson, Athens Banner-Herald 2012.
44:40
July 09, 2020
S1E4: Tara Baker, Something Stolen
More details from the initial investigation— or lack thereof— comes to light in Episode 4, Something Stolen. You’ll also hear from the former Athens-Clarke County Mayor, the Baker Family, and my own thoughts and questions on the early days of the investigation. Not only was Tara stolen from this world. But something was stolen from her home on that day in 2001. Listen in to find out what— and begin thinking about, “by who?” Sources for Episode 4: Athens Banner-Herald, 2001. Athens-Clarke County Heritage Room. Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved.
31:54
July 02, 2020
S1E3: Tara Baker, Fire on Fawn Drive
In S1E3, Tara Baker's family discusses learning of the fire on Fawn Drive, and they detail their arrival to The Classic City, where their Tara was murdered at 160 Fawn Drive in East Athens. Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack sources available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved.
30:25
June 25, 2020
S1E2: Tara Baker, Our Person
Episode 2 of The Tara Baker Story delves into the stories of friends who knew Tara best in the last days of her life-- telling us the type of friend she was and how they all found out about what happened to "their person". Instagram: instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack Sources Available at epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved.
31:37
June 18, 2020
S1E1: Tara Baker, The North Star
In 2001, Tara Baker was a 23 year old law student at the University of Georgia in Athens. She had big dreams, goals, and a family who loved her back home. Everything changed when Tara was murdered in January of that year. In Season 1, we'll examine The Tara Baker Story. But we begin with Episode 1, The North Star. Host Cameron Jay's interviews with Tara's mother, sister, and brothers will help answer one question: "Who was Tara Baker?" Instagram: https://instagram.com/ClassicCityCrime Become a #CCCInsider at https://classiccitycrimepodcast.com Soundtrack Sources Available at https://epidemicsound.com © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved.
31:42
June 11, 2020
Introducing Classic City Crime
Introducing Classic City Crime with Cameron Jay, a new crime podcast sure to take you through the twists and tales of crime in Athens, Georgia. Home to the state's University and a town with a lively music scene, there's a lot to uncover when it comes to crime in the Classic City. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/classiccitycrime/ Soundtrack sources available at https://www.epidemicsound.com/ © 2020 Classic City Crime. All rights reserved.
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March 15, 2020