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Maura was a 21 year old student in February of 2004 when she inexplicably drove three hours from her dorm in Amherst, Massachusetts to the White Mountains of New Hampshire and vanished. At around 7:30pm her vehicle was involved in a single car, non life threatening accident at a hairpin turn on dark & desolate Route 112. She has not been seen or heard from since. Now two filmmakers set out to find answers on this mystery by diving deep into Maura's life, the region in which she went missing, ...
 
Melissa Morgan hosts a raucous, often funny, always compelling adventure into murders and mysteries and other weirdness she finds fascinating. Looking into solved and unsolved homicide cases and looking for tips from anywhere, from anyone, on anything, Melissa's curiosity and love of detective work and forensic science is contagious. Melissa's sense of humor and interest in spirituality also make for a wild ride. A broadcasting professional by training, she has written for a nationally-syndi ...
 
Data privacy is the footprint of our existence. It is our persona beyond ourselves, with traces of us scattered from birth certificates, Social Security numbers, shopping patterns, credit card histories, photographs, mugshots and health records. In a digital world, where memory is converted to 0’s and 1’s, then instantly transformed into a reproduction even in 3D, personal data is an urgent personal and collective subject. Those who wish to live anonymous lives must take extraordinary measur ...
 
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Over the course of these first three-and-a-half seasons of this podcast, Melissa has been presented with a wide array of missing persons cases from Tip-Sters from around the world. Melissa has followed up, done her research, and presented many of them as episodes. The inspiration for “Just The Tip-Sters” itself was inspired by Melissa’s deep devoti…
 
In this episode Melissa tackles the complex moral, ethical and practical aspects of sentencing reform – in particular the parole of those who have committed heinous murders – and the answers aren’t easy to come by. The focus begins with the murder of three innocent workers in Northern Kentucky in January 1980, when then 24 year-old Paul Kordenbrock…
 
Kentucky is perhaps the first state to adopt a comprehensive anti-doxing statute that creates a civil tort of doxing, as well as providing explicit criminal penalties for defined doxing conduct. It allows Kentucky residents to sue someone for intentionally disseminating their personal identifying information (PII) with an intent to intimidate, abus…
 
In the early morning of May 13, 2013, 33 year-old Bardstown Kentucky police officer Jason Ellis, just weeks away from his seventh anniversary on the job, was heading home after a late night of arrests and subsequent paperwork. Ellis took Exit 34 off the Bluegrass Parkway, headed for his home in nearby Bloomfield, when he encountered tree limbs bloc…
 
This episode brings the first of what will be two updates on the ever-growingly infamous Randy Sellers case out of Kenton County Kentucky. It was at the County Fair in 1980 when 17 year-old Randy Sellers, after some rowdy behavior, was ostensibly driven home by Kenton County Police, who claimed they dropped Sellers off close to his home – only to h…
 
Mike Potter’s cat bounced on his keyboard years ago. His hard drive cratered, and he lost his data. But he turned this disaster from feline treachery into a career and a company. Backing up data is an essential part of data privacy and retention for businesses as well as for people. Why is this, how does it work, and what’s the impact on how we kee…
 
On the morning of December 1, 1994, Melissa Witt (her friends and family called her “Missy”) had a small tiff with her mom over money. The 19 year-old college student, who was studying to become a dental hygienist at a local college, was out of cash, and she wouldn’t get paid at her part-time job until the next day. When she asked her mom for a loa…
 
December 7, 1991 was the 50th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor – but while America was busy commemorating that momentous date in history, another day that should live in infamy was unfolding in the woods of the town of Sorrento in Lake County, Florida. It was there that a hiker discovered the brutally beaten body of a woman who has become …
 
November 29, 1992 was the very last day of Hunting Season in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, where 35 year-old Judy Moilanen, her husband Bruce and young daughter Elise were visiting Judy’s parents in the small town of Ontonagon, right on the banks of Lake Superior. Seeing it was the last day of the season to do so, Bruce, along with a larger hunting p…
 
Ransomware. It’s in the headlines. It’s digital organized crime across borders.When an organization’s IT system freezes with its data locked by a ransomware gang, what happens? Ransom is demanded, and ransom often gets paid. But how does this work?In this podcast episode, Bill Repasky, attorney with Frost Brown Todd LLC, shares key insights on the …
 
One unseasonably cool (as opposed to freezing) late winter morning on March 10, 1997, at a small travel stop gas station and convenience store right off Interstate 80 in Cozad, a tiny farming community in the heart of Nebraska, a late model Pontiac Grand Am pulled into the parking lot and up to the pumps. Inside the store, 41 year-old Leah Rowlands…
 
On February 24, 1986, John Ruetten came home from work to the condominium in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles that he shared with his bride of three months, Sherri Rasmussen. What he found inside the condo changed his life forever – and it also changed a lot of people’s perception of the Los Angeles Police Department. On the living room floor…
 
Ransomware attacks, data breaches, digital theft – on the rise. Who are the cyber-criminals? Can they be traced? And what can a company do to minimize risk and respond to an incident?Joining us for a tour of the dark side of the digital age is Bill Corbitt, Vice President of Digital Forensics and Incident Response at Intersec Worldwide. www.interse…
 
When 18 year-old Christina Carnes and her 20 year-old Vernon Cade went out on January 20, 1994 for a night of fun with friends, neither of them could possibly have known what would befall them just a few hours later. Arriving at a gathering in their hometown of Fairfield Ohio that night, they were paged by a friend who needed a ride, and left the p…
 
Europe finds UK data privacy system adequate, for now. On June 28, 2021, the Europe Union granted two adequacy decisions to the United Kingdom for personal privacy purposes. 1. Decision on the adequate protection of personal data by the United Kingdom - General Data Protection Regulation 2. Decision on the adequate protection of personal data by th…
 
If you look up the March 3, 2014 death of 50 year-old interior designer Dana Jones in the official records of the Long Beach, California Police Department, you’ll see that the case is considered closed, and Jones’ death listed as accidental – a contention backed up by the coroner. According to Dana Jones’ husband, Cain Finn “Huck” Jones, he took th…
 
This week we take another small diversion from murder and mayhem and enter the lighter side of the world of law enforcement with retired New York City detective Vic Ferrari – who makes his second visit to “JTT” – this time to talk about his new book, NYPD: Law and Disorder – Ferrari’s latest batch of true, hilarious stories from his days on the For…
 
In this episode Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna speak with old pal Clint Harting. We discuss some corrections, the red truck and much more. This is part 2 of 2. Peabody's page on Websleuths: https://www.websleuths.com/forums/members/peabody.4674/ Sign the Blue Ribbon petition! https://www.mauramurraymissing.org/petition.html Check out the Murray …
 
On January 15, 1988 in a semi-residential pocket in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley, 25 year-old Catherine Braley – just recently relocated to Southern California from Iowa – was walking home from her job at a local specialty retail outlet when she decided to drop in to a local bar called The Hunter. There she encountered three L.A. County Sheriff…
 
This episode was originally published on June 10th, 2021 on the Missing podcast. In this episode Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna speak with old pal Clint Harting. We discuss some corrections, the red truck and much more. This is part 1 of 2. Peabody's page on Websleuths: https://www.websleuths.com/forums/members/peabody.4674/ Sign the Blue Ribbon…
 
By all accounts Cyle VanKomen was more than just a good kid. He was the kind of young man that drew others to him. Kind, friendly and generous to a fault, the 24 year-old lived with his older brother and several other young men in what was known as a “party house” in a quiet neighborhood in South Ogden Utah. Neither Cyle, his brother nor anyone els…
 
This episode was originally published on Missing on June 3rd, 2021. In this episode Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna speak with James Renner about the latest in Maura Murray's case, plus a bit about James's new project about the unsolved murder of Lisa Pruitt. Check out James's non-profit the Porchlight Project: https://porchlightonline.org/ Check…
 
Ten years is a long time no matter how you look at it. But for the Stephenson family of Northern Kentucky, ten years is just simply too long. Because that’s how long it’s been since their family patriarch and matriarch Bill and Peggy Stephenson were murdered – brutally – in their Florence Kentucky townhome on Memorial Day weekend in 2011. And the d…
 
For the second time this month we feature the troubling, tragic, SAD murder of a young girl during the Christmas holiday season a long time ago. This one is incredibly tragic because it’s pretty clear who the killer is and he was never arrested. On December 26, 1980 six year-old Avery "Peaches" Shorts left her home in Knoxville, Tennessee with 58 c…
 
Ten year-old Judith Barsi was a bona fide, in-demand child actor in the 1980s. Between her fifth and tenth birthdays she appeared in 72 commercials and dozens of television movies and series. And her acting abilities and professional demeanor, even at such a young age, made it clear to everyone who worked with her that young Judith was destined for…
 
The holiday season was in full bloom in the small North Carolina town of Benson on Thursday December 14, 1972 when 33 year old Bonnie Neighbors was planning to pick up her oldest son Ken from school, taking her three-month old baby boy Glenn along with her. A witness even saw Bonnie’s car leave her driveway that afternoon – although, strangely, she…
 
This is a true story of a phone scam of May 2021. The Data Privacy Detective got a call on the home landline.This scam will succeed in stealing money from countless Americans. It’s targeted particularly at older people who dearly love their television, especially during pandemic times.You can see the tricks and traps in this scam. Of course, the be…
 
In this episode Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna speak about the Parkka collision report for Maura Murray's car accident. This is part three, check out parts one and two. Sign the Blue Ribbon petition! https://www.mauramurraymissing.org/petition.html Check out the Murray family site: https://www.mauramurraymissing.org/ Check out Strange and Unexpl…
 
This week Melissa brings forth another unnerving “unsolved” murder – this one from May of 1997 - that really isn’t unsolved at all; a case where the search for justice has been unrelenting for nearly a quarter of a century. And despite the fact that the culprit is alive and in plain sight of God and everybody – no arrests have ever been made. The v…
 
This podcast episode explores ransomware from preventive, legal, and communications angles. While there’s no 100% effective vaccination against a ransomware attack, there are steps enterprises and each of us can take to beware, prepare, and take care.Ransomware. It’s the modern equivalent of kidnapping – except people aren’t grabbed and held hostag…
 
In this episode Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna speak about the Parkka collision report for Maura Murray's car accident. This is part two, check out part one. Sign the Blue Ribbon petition! https://www.mauramurraymissing.org/petition.html Check out the Murray family site: https://www.mauramurraymissing.org/ Check out Strange and Unexplained with …
 
Penelope Edwards had all but put her life back together in March 2012. After years of struggling with addiction and psychological problems – so bad that she had turned temporary custody of her two children over to her sister Gloria – Penelope was now sober, working through therapy, had her children back and even had a new boyfriend – Troy Dunn. By …
 
This time around we have what a 1980s television marketing whiz would call a “Very Special Episode” of the podcast. And that’s because what is normally the intro is actually half the show – and there’s an important reason why. It’s because Melissa has had some things she’s been wanting to say for a while about kindness – being nice – and those thin…
 
In this episode Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna speak about the Parkka collision report for Maura Murray's car accident. Sign the Blue Ribbon petition! https://www.mauramurraymissing.org/petition.html Check out the Murray family site: https://www.mauramurraymissing.org/ Follow Private Investigations For the Missing https://investigationsforthemis…
 
Matthew Chase was just like a lot of young artists who move to Los Angeles to seek out their creative development and success. Back in 1988, then 22 year-old Matthew and his friends, brother-and-sister Steve and Teresa Dahl, were living together after all moving from their childhood homes near Medford Oregon. And – again, like so many other young t…
 
January 2, 1999 was an average day in sleepy suburban Mesa Arizona when, as dusk was falling, 11 year-old Mikelle Biggs and her sister Kimber thought they heard the sound of an ice cream truck coming up the street as they were playing outside their house. Mikelle ran into the house and convinced her mother – who was just starting dinner, to give he…
 
In this episode Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna speak to Dr Jules of Riddle Me That! about the disappearance of Maura Murray and more. Make sure to check out Jules's series on Maura Murray. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/riddle-me-that-true-crime/id1522402746 https://open.spotify.com/show/17Dz09UwK2ysCTsOAZZJ0G Follow Jules on Twitter: htt…
 
In this episode Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna speak with Professor Jane Monckton-Smith about her new book In Control: Dangerous Relationships and How They End in Murder. We also discuss her 8 stage Intimate Partner Homicide Timeline. Jane is Professor of Public Protection at University of Gloucestershire. Check out http://janems.blog for update…
 
Janus was the Roman god of doors, gates, and transitions. He needed two faces to look in both directions - life and death, past and future. Internet browsers allow us to access and gaze across the internet, but at the same time, they are watching us, recording what we do while browsing.True, browsers do not charge us for their services – browsing i…
 
In March 2012, the quiet town of Urbana Ohio (about 50 miles west of Columbus) was rocked to its core when a local murder became national news – not just because of the horrendous nature of the crime, but the affiliation of the perpetrators with a loose-knit “family” whose insistence on loyalty turned twisted beyond belief. The victim, 21 year-old …
 
Sometimes it’s so crystal clear that a crime was committed, who did the crime, why the crime was committed and where to go find the bad guy – it’ll drive you nuts. And that is pretty much the story of the disappearance of 23 year-old Austin “Jay” Smith exactly 28 years ago on March 23, 1993. when he left his home in the suburbs of Southern Californ…
 
Facial recognition. It’s a hot topic. Targeting, misidentification, and doxing - the dangers are real. So are the benefits – finding criminals and solving crimes, searching for relatives and old friends, researching history, conducting social research, sharing with friends over a lifetime.Kashmir Hill’s penetrating cover article in the March 21, 20…
 
This week we focus on a murder from December 1993 that occurred literally less than a five-minute drive from the Homestead Studios – although long before Melissa and Producer Mark moved there. The victim was a beautiful and accomplished 29 year-old martial arts instructor and black belt named Veronica Estrada, who left the studio where she was an i…
 
This week Melissa’s special guest is the engaging (and really nice guy) Detective Matt Wharton from the Sweetwater County Wyoming Sheriff’s Office. It’s definitely Big Country in Wyoming, and Sweetwater County is big indeed – the 8th largest county by land in the United States – with miles and miles of rugged beauty – and winters that are not advis…
 
Hey Tip-Sters! Surprise!!! We have a special between-regular-episodes MURDERTIZER (an appetizer of murder)! Last week Melissa appeared as a guest on a terrific podcast – the Don’t Assume Podcast hosted by Dave Kimball – a truly interesting and interesting guy who hosts people from all over the country from a wide array of professions and background…
 
This week’s episode involves a twisted web of convictions (perhaps wrongful), acquittals (also possibly wrongful), the murder of a young woman and the disappearance and probable murder of a second young woman – all wrapped around two potentially really bad guys and one no-doubt-about-it nasty scumbag. The story unfolds in tony Putnam County, an aff…
 
On the night before Valentine’s Day 2000 (which, like this year, was also part of a three-day Presidents Day weekend), a beautiful 9 year-old girl named Asha Degree and her ten year-old brother O’Bryant went to bed in their Shelby North Carolina home. Sometime around 2:30 am, O’Bryant heard his sister go to the bathroom and return to bed – but when…
 
We want to introduce you to a true crime show with a mission to highlight the missing. Please subscribe to Missing! Included clips are from recent series on Missing Erica Franolich, Phoenix Coldon and Archer Ray Johnson. And Josh Hallmark of True Crime Bullsh*t is there too. Subscribe now! Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/missing/id1006…
 
On February 16, 2021 TikTok was sued in Europe for abusing consumer rights. Millions of Europeans use TikTok to post, share and watch videos 3 to 60 seconds long, ranging from dogs in pink tutus to Shaq dancing.The European Consumer Organization BEUC is an authorized entity in the EU to file complaints against businesses. Its press release, BEUC fi…
 
Sometimes when researching a case, Melissa discovers threads that lead her in multiple directions. Every once in a while one of those threads leads to a clue in the case she’s investigating. But other times, they lead to cases clearly unrelated – but eerily similar – to the matter at hand. This week’s episode brings together two such cases. The col…
 
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