True Cold Case Files with Jason and Daisy

True Cold Case Files with Jason and Daisy

By JPF Productions
True Cold Case Files is back for Season 2! Originally a visual program on YouTube, we are now in podcast format with 25 fresh cold cases to discuss! In addition to the new cases, we also have a handful of new In-Depth episodes featuring victim's relatives and professional experts. We also bring in fellow sleuth and crime analyst Daisy Chains as a co-host to Jason, her voice adding to the new changes going on with this year-old concept!
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The Sims Homicide
On October 22nd, 1966 Jeanette Sims came home from a babysitting job that she had performed while the children's parents were off to see the Florida State University Seminoles take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs. When she walked into the home, her parents Robert, Helen and baby sister Joy were nowhere to be found. That was until she walked into her parents bedroom, discovering the bound and bullet wounded bodies of her parents and sister. Over fifty years have passed since this fateful day, and as the years waned, clues began to surface about what may have happened. It wouldn't be until 2015 when hard evidence is presented that may point to a particular "set" of suspects in this case. Jason and Daisy combs through the evidence and discuss the case in this final episode of TCCF! ALSO IN THIS EPISODE: Jason and Daisy recap the Amber Lundgren homicide and Jason discusses the Doodler Murder special episode. 
1:58:48
January 22, 2020
THE FUTURE OF TCCF: In Jason’s Words
On this special broadcast, Jason discusses the future of TCCF, and reflects on the show’s previous episodes.
22:46
January 11, 2020
Amber Lundgren: A Life Unfinished
On June 7th, 1997, 20 year old Amber Elaine Lundgren went with friends to The Bar Code; a local club that was a safe place for many who just wanted to go out for a night of dancing. Sometime between 2:30-3:30 am, Amber left the club, the last time she was seen alive. The next morning, her body was found on the side of an East Asheville road by a man walking his dog. But prior to her death, Amber was one of a kind; a person friends and family spoke highly of and had an amazing personality. On this episode of True Cold Case Files, Jason and Daisy explore Amber's life prior to her death and the events that led to it; as well as discuss a possible person of interest.  BEFORE THE SHOW: Jason and Daisy recap the New Castle John Doe episode and also discuss the crime rates in North Carolina between 1996-2017.  (NOTE: This is a PG-13 episode, however there are graphic descriptions of violence and some sensitive details concerning the crime are mentioned. Listener discretion is still advised.)
1:12:17
December 13, 2019
New Castle County John Doe (1994)
On October 17th, 1994, a retired truck driver was walking from a truck garage on his way back to the town of New Castle, DE when he discovered the body of a Hispanic male rolled up in a pink blanket off Basin Rd. In a frantic state of panic, he raced to the local newspaper nearby and called the police. This was the beginning of a 25 -year mystery that still haunts the New Castle community. Additionally, there are 14 cases of unidentified human remains in New Castle County alone! Could New Castle County be a dumping ground for all of the big city problems? Where could New Castle John Doe be from? And was he possibly a male sex worker? Jason and Daisy explore these questions in depth on this episode. BEFORE THE SHOW: We recap Episode 7 on the Singer Island Jane Doe, discuss our holiday plans, and introduce a new segment on our show about crime issues in the country. This week, we discuss mass shootings in America and how its become an epidemic. All this and more on this episode!  (WARNING: THIS EPISODE INCLUDES GRAPHIC AND SEXUAL LANGUAGE NOT SUITABLE FOR ALL LISTENERS. LISTENER DISCRETION IS ADVISED)
1:10:43
December 10, 2019
Updates to Season 2
Jason Futch delivers an update to listeners about the state of the podcast for Season 2, as well as introduce listeners to four new specials coming out soon!
07:43
December 5, 2019
Singer Island Jane Doe
In 1974, the unidentified human remains of a young female were found on Singer Island near the Intracoastal Waterway by a man and his teenage sons. Years have gone by and not much was known about her case. Fast forward to now, where online and newspaper research led Jason to some valuable information concerning her case. What is uncovered will have you wanting more! From serial killer connections to a possible fight gone wrong, Jason and guest host Nick will go over all the details and more in this episode. BEFORE THE PROGRAM: Jason introduces guest host Nick Wagler, who is filling in for Daisy this week. He is the founder of Unidentified Wiki and also volunteers with The Doe Network. Jason and Nick discuss cases from across the country and how "opting in" on public genealogy helps immensely in cold cases!  
1:38:14
November 28, 2019
Abdul Rahman Al-Hamdan (MURDERED)
In July of 2002, Margie Murphy was wondering why Abdul Rahman Al-Hamdan, her estranged husband, had not been picking up his phone.  She discovered the reason when she went by the apartment that they had once shared: he was lying on the ground, dead by strangulation. Since his death, theories abounded about his life and what may have been the reason he was murdered; but nearly twenty years later, no definitive answer has been given. In this episode, Jason and Daisy read nothing but the facts and share their ideas about what may have happened, especially as startling revelations about Abdul's life begin to unfold. ALSO: Racine County Jane Doe has been given her name back and now will rest beside her mother, while her killer will be facing a murder charge. Jason and Daisy discuss the outcome of the case before the main show.  EXPLICIT CONTENT WARNING: THIS EPISODE WILL BE DISCUSSING SEXUAL CONTENT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. ALSO, PROFANITY IS PRETTY HEAVY IN THIS EPISODE. LISTENER DISCRETION IS STRONGLY ADVISED.
1:31:05
November 22, 2019
Dennis Doe (Decatur John Doe)
In February of 1999, a cemetery employee with the Clifton Springs United Methodist was preparing a burial site when he saw the exposed skeletal remains of a young boy hidden in an open area of the cemetery. Investigators have little to go on other than the clothes he was wearing and what he had in his system (essentially Tylenol and Dramamine). A tip later on possibly tied this John Doe to Florida, but the tip was received as not reliable. This photo album goes through the history of the case through his facial reconstructions and the clothing he wore when he was found. Can you be the key to solving this case? ALSO: We welcome Daisy back and we discuss why a podcast should never joke about homicide cases, as well as plug our sponsors Unsolved Magazine and "Serial Killing: The Podcast", a new up and coming series focusing on the psyche of Serial Killers and their MO's. 
1:21:31
November 21, 2019
UNIDENTIFIED OREGON: The Multnomah John Doe (1995) and Finley Creek Jane Doe (1978)/ERICKA HOGG CASE
On this special "Oregon" episode of True Cold Case Files, Jason is joined by Gwen Barringer of "A Light For Ericka" while Daisy takes a sick day to discuss the Multnomah County John Doe from 1995, as well as the main feature on Finley Creek Jane Doe of Elgin in 1978. Both of these cases are from Oregon, and along the way, Jason and Gwen will mention cases that occurred in Oregon for reference.  CASE 1: Multnomah Co. John Doe was found in the Columbia River in 1995, a self inflicted gunshot wound the cause of death. Standing at an impeccable 6'6", this John Doe has some recognizable features that no one can just miss! He's very identifiable, but the right person has yet to see this case. Could you be the key in solving his identity?  CASE 2: Two hunting buddies from Milton-Freewater, Oregon are hunting near the Finley Creek Cow Camp when they discover human skeletal remains. The skull of the remains had been sitting atop the shallow grave that they were buried in. Days later, Sgt. John Spilker of the Oregon State Medical Examiner's Office determines the remains belonged to a pregnant female in the latter stages of pregnancy. Primitive detective work at the time did not call for DNA evidence, and a forensic reconstruction of the woman was never done before she was cremated in 1979. Could things have been done differently? How much time is left before this case can be solved?  BEFORE THE SHOW: Gwen Barringer, special guest host, highlights her podcast "A Light For Ericka", a podcast dedicated to the disappearance of Ericka Rene Hogg of Selma, Oregon. This episode is ad-free! 
1:54:18
November 15, 2019
In Depth with Jason: Joanne Franks
On this edition of In Depth, Jason speaks with Joanne Franks, the mother of Eric Franks. Eric went missing in 2011, and has not been heard from since. As the years wane, Joanne is desperate to know where her son is and what happened; and that she highly suspects certain individuals to be responsible for his disappearance and likely death. In this hour-plus long interview, Jason and Joanne discuss Eric's life, his disappearance and what has been going after the Michigan State Police took over. Also, Joanne shares candid information regarding the motel room Eric stayed in and what investigators were able to uncover using scientific methods! 
1:11:23
November 11, 2019
Eric Lee Franks (MISSING)
On March 10th, 2011 Eric Lee Franks posted a cryptic message on Twitter and later that day spoke to his mom on the phone, sharing good news about his living situation and that he was moving out of the Miller Motel in Bridgeport Township, Michigan. He had moved there months earlier to be close to a daughter he had only recently found out about. According to people that knew Eric well, this was the last time he was heard from. Months went by before Eric's mom reported him missing. And as startling clues emerged, attention was turned to his ex-girlfriend and her husband. The end results will leave you in disbelief and shock as Jason and Daisy discuss this case, as well as conversations both Jason and Daisy had with Eric's mom Joanne Franks.  BEFORE THE DISCUSSION: Jason and Daisy talks more on the Henry County John Doe case and includes the number that Henry County Officials can be reached at regarding this case. Also, we talk about Unsolved Magazine and how important they are to us! Make Sure to get your copy of Unsolved Magazine Issue 2 at www.unsolvedmagazine.com.
1:24:29
November 11, 2019
The Henry County (Indiana) John Doe
On October 3rd, 2003, two detectives with the Indianapolis Police Department along with an inmate take a break at an abandoned gas station when one of the individuals need to relieve themselves. The individual walks behind the gas station and lying unexpectedly in a weedy patch nearby is the body of a young Hispanic male. Jason and Daisy try to make sense of this case, go over the facts, and throw in some of their own thoughts and theories on the case. Also discussed is the actions one of the detectives with IPD does took than a week later that will leave listeners appalled and suspicious.  BEFORE THE DISCUSSION: Jason and Daisy briefly goes over the Laurie Depies episode and also informs Kern County, California listeners how they can report missing persons at a Missing Persons Day event in Bakersfield. Also, Jason once again shares the love with Unsolved Magazine!  WARNING: THIS PODCAST DOES CONTAIN EXPLICIT LANGUAGE AND BRIEF SENSITIVE POLITICAL DISCUSSION THAT DOES NOT REFLECT THE VIEWS OF TCCF IN GENERAL. 
1:16:59
November 8, 2019
In Depth with Jason: Detective Lindsay Schultz
Detective Lindsay Schultz of the Clark County Sheriffs Office in Washington State joins Jason for a one-on-one phone interview discussing the identification of Sandra Renee "Sandy" Morden's identification as the Fly Creek Jane Doe. Though it is brief, some important questions are brought up. However, Det. Schultz encourages the public to review the Clark County Sheriffs Office official release on the case for more thorough details, and that if you have information to please come forward. 
22:50
November 4, 2019
EPISODE 1: Fly Creek Jane Doe Update/Laurie Depies (MISSING)
Welcome back True Cold Case fans! This episode revolves around the case of Laurie Depies, who disappeared after arriving at her boyfriend's apartment in August of 1992. With little evidence to go on, it gives Jason and Daisy an opportunity to discuss possible motives and theories! Also discussed is an unnamed potential suspect who may have had a hand in her disappearance.  BEFORE THE DISCUSSION: In the Season 2 opener, Jason welcomes everyone back, and also introduces Daisy Chains, the new co-host for True Cold Case Files this season. Afterwards, they dig right in to the breaking news last week involving the Fly Creek Jane Doe of Clark County, Washington and how investigators were able to find her name after nearly forty years! A special "In-Depth" episode will feature Detective Lindsay Schultz of the Clark County, WA Sheriffs Office following the program! Also, we welcome back Unsolved Magazine as our top sponsor for this season and how they are helping us spread the word on some of the cold cases we feature!  WARNING: THIS PODCAST DOES CONTAIN EXPLICIT LANGUAGE
1:23:55
November 4, 2019
Grundy County Jane Doe (SEASON 1 FINALE)
In this Season 1 finale, Jason takes you back to 1976, when a local Grundy County, Illinois farmer and his granddaughter discovered the body of a young black female lying nude in a ditch with a red and black sweater wrapped around her head covered in plastic. She had been shot in the head and dumped there at least a day prior. For many years, investigators attempted to find her relatives and identify her; however now they are perhaps one step closer to solving this mystery. A dedicated staff at the Grundy County Medical Examiners Office has been working tirelessly in making sure that her case is put to rest.  THIS IS PART OF THE SEASON ONE REWIND, WHICH HAS BEEN REMASTERED, RETOUCHED AND EDITED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW HOW WE DID! TRUE COLD CASE FILES LINKS: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase YOUTUBE: www.facebook.com/jasonfutchtruecoldcase TWITTER: www.twitter.com/TrueColdCase
39:15
October 1, 2019
James Berkeley Norris Homicide
In 1976 a heavy vehicle operator was clearing land near a phosphate mine in Dixie County, Florida when he noticed an object that appeared to resemble a skull hidden in the woods. The Dixie County Sheriffs Office responded to the scene and began a process of trying to identify these skeletal remains that would take thirty plus years. Meanwhile, on the other side of the country in Fairfield, California, the mother of James Berkeley Norris was searching for her son after he flew to Florida under an assumed name and over $10,000 on a quest to purchase Colombian marijuana. In the 1990s, her daughter Rosemary would take the quest over and bring James' case to light in the online community. Decades passed before an inquisitive detective in Florida found James' profile and decided to work with what he had. And it worked. Now the question remains: Who Killed James Norris?  VISIT ROSEMARY'S WEBSITE DEDICATED TO THIS CASE: www.whokilledjamesnorris.com THIS IS PART OF THE SEASON ONE REWIND, WHICH HAS BEEN REMASTERED, RETOUCHED AND EDITED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW HOW WE DID! TRUE COLD CASE FILES LINKS: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase YOUTUBE: www.facebook.com/jasonfutchtruecoldcase TWITTER: www.twitter.com/TrueColdCase
39:15
October 1, 2019
ORANGE SOCKS JANE DOE (IDENTIFIED)
NOTE: ORANGE SOCKS JANE DOE HAS SINCE BEEN IDENTIFIED AS DEBRA LOUISE JACKSON OF TEXAS. THIS RECORDING WAS DONE PRIOR TO HER IDENTIFICATION. On Halloween night in 1979, a motorist saw the nude body of a young woman lying in a culvert in Georgetown, Texas. She had been strangled and sexually assaulted, and was found only wearing a pair of orange socks. A number of events led investigators to believe that Henry Lee Lucas, a known serial killer, was the culprit. Lucas would confess to murdering her, receiving the death penalty because of this. However, Governor George Bush would later change the sentence to life because he believed Lucas' recantment. Now, investigators need to connect some dots and find out who she was and how she ended up in the culvert.  THIS IS PART OF THE SEASON ONE REWIND, WHICH HAS BEEN REMASTERED, RETOUCHED AND EDITED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW HOW WE DID! TRUE COLD CASE FILES LINKS: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase YOUTUBE: www.facebook.com/jasonfutchtruecoldcase TWITTER: www.twitter.com/TrueColdCase
19:55
September 30, 2019
Dorothy Thomas Homicide
In 1957, the United States was a different world compared to today's world, where news of violence has certainly desensitized people from all over. But in 1957, in the city of Tallahassee, Florida, the news of a laundry clerk's murder would devastate the people who lived and worked there. Dorothy Thomas, who was from New York, had moved to Florida with her husband, in which they also owned a small farm. Dorothy was working a shift at the New Way Cleaners in Tallahassee when someone had walked in and brutally stabbed her to death, her body found by a Coca-Cola employee who was making a delivery there. Currently, the case is "active" and that police have their eyes set on a suspect. Could that suspect be her husband, Kenneth Thomas? THIS IS PART OF THE SEASON ONE REWIND, WHICH HAS BEEN REMASTERED, RETOUCHED AND EDITED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW HOW WE DID! TRUE COLD CASE FILES LINKS: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase YOUTUBE: www.facebook.com/jasonfutchtruecoldcase TWITTER: www.twitter.com/TrueColdCase
21:32
September 30, 2019
Jack Sharp and Fred Tate Double Homicide
In October of 1983, Jack Sharp, his wife Beth and daughter Pam arrive home from a family reunion that took place in Gainesville, Florida. Their home in Bithlo was in a state of disarray, as the home had been burglarized while they were gone. A number of items were missing, including a collection of coins Jack had, and his guns. Days later, Jack called his wife at work and told her that a gun he had hidden in his room had disappeared, this being the final conversation they would have. A day later, Jack and his friend/neighbor Fred Tate would be found on Sharp's property, murdered execution style with a shotgun. Questions remain and both families have been seeking closure for the longest time.  THIS IS PART OF THE SEASON ONE REWIND, WHICH HAS BEEN REMASTERED, RETOUCHED AND EDITED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW HOW WE DID! TRUE COLD CASE FILES LINKS: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase YOUTUBE: www.facebook.com/jasonfutchtruecoldcase TWITTER: www.twitter.com/TrueColdCase
50:22
September 30, 2019
Regina John Doe (Canadian Files)
On July 28th, 1995, a young man decided to end his life once and for all and placed his head on a rail line in front of an oncoming train. For the conductors aboard a Canadian Pacific Railroad engine, it was too late to stop. It was believed that the man may have come from the Maritimes or the Northeastern United States, fresh from a break up with a significant other. He had apparently traveled along with another wayfarer through Canada and may have had ties to British Columbia, based on clothing found with his belongings. Unlike the typical wayfarer, he maintained a well-groomed appearance and seemed to be new to the lifestyle, which also heightens the mystery surrounding this man's case.  THIS IS PART OF THE SEASON ONE REWIND, WHICH HAS BEEN REMASTERED, RETOUCHED AND EDITED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW HOW WE DID! TRUE COLD CASE FILES LINKS: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase YOUTUBE: www.facebook.com/jasonfutchtruecoldcase TWITTER: www.twitter.com/TrueColdCase
23:37
September 30, 2019
The Fort Myers Eight
In March of 2007, a land surveyor with the City of Fort Myers, Florida located two human skulls while conducting business at a field near Rockfill and Arcadia street. Investigators would later find more skeletal remains of eight men that could have been there as long as the 1980s. The case attracted attention when John Walsh of America's Most Wanted aired it on national television, which also revealed the forensic clay busts of the men. Of the eight, three have been positively identified; but the remaining five need to be identified. Could they have ties to criminal activity? Or could they have been victims of the "Hog Trail Killer" Daniel Conahan, who is serving a prison sentence for a murder he committed.  THIS IS PART OF THE SEASON ONE REWIND, WHICH HAS BEEN REMASTERED, RETOUCHED AND EDITED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW HOW WE DID! TRUE COLD CASE FILES LINKS: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase YOUTUBE: www.facebook.com/jasonfutchtruecoldcase TWITTER: www.twitter.com/TrueColdCase
30:33
September 30, 2019
Bibb County John Doe (Alabama)
In March of 1961, a young man was hitchhiking in the Centerville, Alabama night when James White, a local, gave him a ride. This would be the last ride this young man would take, as White missed a curve and drove through a wooden guardrail, landing into the Cahaba River. White escaped with minor injuries, but the young man's body would be retrieved by divers. There are few clues found that were believed to help aide in an identification for this man, but with the case nearing sixty years, nothing has helped investigators. Investigators need your help in identifying this young man.  THIS IS PART OF THE SEASON ONE REWIND, WHICH HAS BEEN REMASTERED, RETOUCHED AND EDITED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW HOW WE DID! TRUE COLD CASE FILES LINKS: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase YOUTUBE: www.facebook.com/jasonfutchtruecoldcase TWITTER: www.twitter.com/TrueColdCase
22:01
September 30, 2019
Josephine County Jane Doe (IDENTIFIED)
NOTE: IN APRIL OF 2019, THIS JANE DOE WAS IDENTIFIED AS ANNIE LEHMAN OF ABERDEEN, WASHINGTON. THIS EPISODE WAS RECORDED BEFORE THE IDENTIFICATION. In August of 1971, a father and son camping along the Redwood Highway in Josephine County, Oregon located human remains. The body had been carefully placed; however because of the length of time it had been at the location, animal activity had been present since bones were also found within a certain radius. Someone had intentionally placed her body at the location in an effort to conceal her death. Clothing found at the scene also showed evidence of this. Until her identification in 2019, no one could figure out who she was, and theories abounded this woman's case. Jason examines the Annie Doe case, and also plays special snippets from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's web video on this case. ALSO: Nici Vance of the Oregon State Medical Examiner's Office explains the results of Annie's isotope results. THIS IS PART OF THE SEASON ONE REWIND, WHICH HAS BEEN REMASTERED, RETOUCHED AND EDITED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW HOW WE DID! LEAVE USBA VOICE MESSAGE: https://anchor.fm/truecoldcase/message TRUE COLD CASE FILES LINKS: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase YOUTUBE: www.facebook.com/jasonfutchtruecoldcase TWITTER: www.twitter.com/TrueColdCase
31:53
September 30, 2019
The Disappearance of Detra McGuire
On a cool November evening, a truck driver is traveling west on Interstate 10 near Lake City, Florida when he sees a toddler lying lifelessly in the middle of the highway. Hurriedly, he takes the child off the road and calls 911; but by the time she arrived at the hospital, it was too late. Over twenty four hours later, her death becomes one event in a series of events that lead investigators having to deal with a death investigation, and a missing persons investigation as her mother, Detra Renvictoria McGuire, is no where to be found. Investigators with the Columbia County, Florida Sheriffs Office believe her life is in danger.  THIS IS PART OF THE SEASON ONE REWIND, WHICH HAS BEEN REMASTERED, RETOUCHED AND EDITED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW HOW WE DID! LEAVE US A VOICE MESSAGE: https://anchor.fm/truecoldcase/message TRUE COLD CASE FILES LINKS: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase YOUTUBE: www.facebook.com/jasonfutchtruecoldcase TWITTER: www.twitter.com/TrueColdCase
25:51
September 30, 2019
The Fly Creek Jane Doe (IDENTIFIED)
On February 24th, over two months before the Pacific Northwest would be rocked by the devastating eruption of Mount Saint Helens, human skeletal remains would be found in the outer reaches of Northwest Clark County, Washington. Jack Bannister and his son were panning for gold along the Fly Creek in Chelatchie Prairie near Amboy, WA when they would make this gruesome discovery. Almost forty years have gone by and no one knows who she is. Could modern science and DNA be the key to getting the Fly Creek Jane Doe home?  THIS IS PART OF THE SEASON ONE REWIND, WHICH HAS BEEN REMASTERED, RETOUCHED AND EDITED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT! FEEL FREE TO LET US KNOW HOW WE DID!  LEAVE A VOICE MESSAGE HERE: https://anchor.fm/truecoldcase/message TRUE COLD CASE FILES LINKS: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase YOUTUBE: www.facebook.com/jasonfutchtruecoldcase TWITTER: www.twitter.com/TrueColdCase
22:37
September 30, 2019
True Cold Case Files Season 2 Preview
Season 2 of True Cold Case Files is coming in November of 2019! We begin fresh with a new format and twenty-five new cases! We will also have brand-new interviews with family members of the individuals we feature on TCCF, as well as professionals who are involved in some way with the featured cases. We are looking forward to rolling our new season out on multiple platforms, and are continuing our program on YouTube with visuals!  SEE YOU NOVEMBER 6th! ----------------------------------------------------- FIND US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase Twitter: www.facebook.com/truecoldcase YouTube: www.youtube.com/jasonfutchtruecoldcase
03:24
August 15, 2019