Season 2

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Season 2 – Episode 14

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Season 2 – Episode 13

Justice Lost, Justice Gained

Anthony Broadwater was convicted of the sexual assault of Alice Sebold, the author known for works such as Lucky and The Lovely Bones. Years later, with the help of film producer Timothy Mucciante, Anthony was exonerated of the crime due to discrepancies and inaccuracies in the author’s story and memoir. All of this has had…

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Season 2 – Episode 12

Behind the Walls, Between the Lines

Joe Turner is a true crime author who has written about and researched the crimes of Danny LaPlante extensively. After writing an article with details about the case that bordered on stretching the truth, the truth came directly to him. Those close to the case started to contact him with details that weren’t all that…

Season 2 – Episode 11

Strike a Chord

Ariel Lask is an accomplished singer-songwriter and musician who has been on professional musical journey with plenty of highs and lows. She is also a co-host of the podcast “Breaking Through”, which she hosts with musical artist Twinnie. Ariel discussed her journey’s ups and downs, navigating the world and harsh reality of the music industry…

Season 2 – Episode 10

Keeping the Faith

Corey Nathan is the host of the podcast Talkin’ Politics & Religion Without Killing Each Other. Corey shared his experience with finding the spiritual path that was right for him, what it was like converting to a different religion, the effects of politics seeping its way in to religion and his New Jersey roots. Corey…

Season 2 – Episode 9

Brass Tacks

After solving a cold case involving the death of her college roommate, Sheila Wysocki became a private investigator and is known for working on and solving some of the most tragic cold cases. We had a change to speak with Sheila about why and how she became a private investigator, how she goes about conducting…

Season 2 – Episode 8

At Your Leisure

Sojourner White is a travel blogger who has been featured on Buzzfeed, Travel + Leisure, USA Today, PopSugar and more. Traveling the world may be easy for some, but for others it may be a little more difficult to navigate. Some may or may not take in to account racism, discrimination, sexism or other experiences…

Season 2 – Episode 7

Flashover: Piecing It All Together

After we spoke with Karen Boes, we had the chance to chat with John Lentini, an expert in fire science and investigations. We discussed the history of fire science and investigations, as well as the new developments made in fire investigation techniques over the last twenty years. John also talked to us about the types…

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Season 2 – Episode 6

When It All Unravels

Karen Boes was convicted of arson in the death of her daughter Robin in 2003. We had a chance to speak with Karen directly about the events of that fateful day, the confession, the investigation and how her life has changed since receiving a sentence of life in prison. Show Notes: Articles: Karen Boes Got…

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Season 2 – Episode 5

My Parents’ Intentions

No matter what your background is or where you come from, we are a product of our upbringing. The experience of immigrating to a new place as a child has a profound effect on children, their parents, and the family as a whole. In this episode we speak with Kel, a young author who co-wrote…

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Season 2 – Episode 4

Motive: Unknown – Part 2

This is part 2 of Shannon and Wayne’s personal accounts of their experiences during and after the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting on October 1st of 2017. Show Notes: Articles:1 October First Responders and Mental Health | Nevada WeekLas Vegas mass shooting survivors turn to each other to find strength through tragedy’The time doesn’t heal:’…

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Season 2 – Episode 3

Motive: Unknown – Part 1

October 1st of 2017 is a day that changed the lives of so many people. The Las Vegas Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting may have only lasted for around 11 minutes, but it altered the way thousands of people go about their daily lives. In this episode you will hear part 1 of the deeply…

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Season 2 – Episode 2

Film Me In

Minority representation in film and television is something that has been brought up by many. From #oscarssoehite and even well before it, the representation of minorities of all kinds has been discussed in many ways and from all angles. We caught up with film and television critic Kristen Maldonado to discuss how minority representation in…

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Season 2 – Episode 1

The (in)visible Ruins

From booming, industrial meccas to abandoned, desolate, long forgotten spaces, New Jersey’s industrial coast has changed a lot over the years. Largely ignored by the majority of those that pass by every single day, the old railroad tracks, abandoned buildings, and uninhabited landscapes that lie in ruin from time to time breathe signs of life…