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Can't argue with any of those. Sherri Rasmussen is my go-to one when someone asks me to recommend an episode. When he says 'They just disarmed Stephanie' ... right before they take her into the interview room ... so intense.I have probably listened to about 50 or so. Here's my top 12 from the ones I have listened to.
1. Amy Allwine
2. Silk Road
3. Daniel Morcombe
4. Beverly McGowan
6. Tina Watson
7. Sherri Rasmussen
8. Natalee Holloway
9. Martha Puebla
10. Eileen and Tom Lonergan
12. The Golden State Killer
I feel the same way. Slightly too many episodes that are formulaic - the guilty party is either overwhelmingly obvious at the start or you notice a lot of seemingly irrelevant details being thrown in which usually means the case is unsolved and the writers were looking to pad the episode.I don't feel like they aren't quite as good anymore. Few too many episodes where I work out by about half way through that there isn't going to be any resolution and there is still like 40 minutes to go.
An amazing ep! It seemed it was going the usual way for a while, then BAM!Thought this week's episode, Cindy james, was excellent. The best one in a while.
Seemed to be heading down a familiar path with the psycho ex etc, but took some twists in the second half. I thought the phone call to Roy sounded like a woman's voice.
A hell of a lot of being found with drugs in her system, sometimes the same drugs she was prescribed, and/or hoarding. Along with stockings around her throat just close to the level of suffocation but not quite enough... Michael Hutchence? We obviously don't know for sure, but either way, hers is a tragically sad life the way it ended up.Can Cindy really be ‘picked’ though? While there’s quite a bit that points to her, I’m trying to remain open minded on that one. There was just a few strange things that happened that make no sense if it was indeed Cindy.
Yeah no doubt a lot points to that. The guy who just ran off keeps making me wonder though.A hell of a lot of being found with drugs in her system, sometimes the same drugs she was prescribed, and/or hoarding. Along with stockings around her throat just close to the level of suffocation but not quite enough... Michael Hutchence? We obviously don't know for sure, but either way, hers is a tragically sad life the way it ended up.
Jennifer panBeen very late in getting onto Casefile, but listened to a few episodes now.
Daniel Morcombe - great episode, loved the audio clip and how they caught the perpetrator, amazing police work, very sad case however.
Beverly McGowan - wow, bizarre story, can't believe I hadn't heard of it before, still so many unanswered questions.
Mark and John - another bizarre story, couldn't really believe what I was hearing.
Favourite is probably the Silk Road series, incredibly well told story.
Looking forward to listening to the rest.
Yeah half way through this one. I have only skipped around the thread here on it. Ill have to go back and read Johns stuff.The latest episode is on The Family. Alan Barnes' brother John has been posting in the thread on Big Footy for ages and has given heaps of insider information
yeah listening to both also, love the episodes with the interrogation audio, there's a Youtube channel called 'JCS - Criminal Psychology' which covers both these cases and more with the interrogation footage too.Jennifer pan
Sherri Rasmussen are also both good Casefile episodes because they’ve used real audio recordings.