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Knock Knock

By Swell Story Media

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On Monday, September 3, 1990 Betty Jones and Kathryn Crigler were gruesomely raped and killed in Starkville, Mississippi in an unsolved case known as the “Labor Day Murders.” Even though their story received National attention on America’s Most Wanted, artist renderings of the suspect have been created and updated, DNA tests have been run and rerun… the identity of the killer is still unknown. 27 years later, this case remains cold and unsolved. Throughout this true crime podcast, we will dig into the details of these murders, make strides towards uncovering answers and seek justice for the lives of these victims. Now more than ever, I want to do my part to help solve the murder of Kathryn and my beloved grandmother, Maw-Maw Betty.

Customer Reviews

Poor story telling and production

Halfway through episode 2 and thinking - why is this all a recap of the first episode?
And then add in the completely inconsistent volumes of the speakers and you have a pretty boring trudge through an unsolved case.

How about some intrigue? Some suspects? Police reports? - something for the listener to engage with....

Maybe I stopped listening too early, but I just can't get engaged with this story.

Can't wait for this

I'm so excited about this podcast releasing in Sep. Jason is trying to find answers 27 years after his grandmother's unsolved murder. I hope he finds the answers he's looking for.

Not true crime at all.

Sooooo the first episode was semi interesting but then the rest of the episodes will put you to sleep. The episodes are sporadic as hell and each episode since the first seem like filler information which they then have Q&A episodes...about the filler. There is not a lot of info on the crime they are trying to highlight and they seem like they are fumbling with how to make an actual true crime podcast. Sorry but this is a waste of time.

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