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Finding Tammy Jo

By D&C Podcast Network

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Description

She was murdered in 1979. Web sleuths helped ID her. Can this podcast help find her killer?

Customer Reviews

Excellent Podcast About an Intriguing Case

Really well written and produced podcast about the murder of an anonymous woman and the decades long quest to identify her and work toward some form of justice. This case is particularly refreshing because listening restores some faith in the justice system. You don't hear enough about tenacious detectives who want the truth more than anything else. The authorities in this case had several opportunities to clear the case by laying blame on individuals who had falsely confessed, and they did not take the bait; instead they followed thousands of false leads and held on to the hope that one day the truth would be known.

Love it!

As a Rochester native, it's awesome to listen to a Podcast produced in my hometown. Overall, a great listen with with interviews, recordings from the past, & great music to bring it all together. I only wish the episodes were a bit longer, but they are the perfect length to hold your attention the entire time. Congrats to the Team & keep up the great work!

Great job!

Great to listen to a podcast done locally and so well done. It started out a little slow but I was immediately hooked. I skim past the beginning parts that go over previous episodes. They don't seem necessary but that's an observation, not a complaint. Great job!

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