Cold Case Files
A society podcast from PodcastOne / A&E
Based on the iconic, Emmy-nominated series on A&E, this show explores some of the most difficult-to-solve murders, which stymied investigators and went cold, sometimes for decades. In fact, one-third of all murders in America remain open. But thanks to dogged investigators and breakthroughs in forensic technology, these cases become part of the rare 1% of cold cases that are ever solved. Hosted by Brooke Gittings (“Convicted” and “Actual Innocence”) and featuring the voice of original Cold Case Files host, Bill Kurtis.
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