Episode 22: Cold Justice

With the continued advances in DNA technology and growing popularity of ancestry DNA, stories of decades old cold cases finally seeing resolution and long-awaited justice have swept across the nation. For example, who hasn’t heard about the identification of the infamous Golden State Killer after decades through ancestral DNA. Join us to learn about anotherContinue reading “Episode 22: Cold Justice”

Episode 17: The Milwaukee North Side Strangler

DNA has changed the landscape of criminal investigation and has led to both infamous and not so infamous cold cases see resolution and, if not justice, at least closure. However, despite the advancement in technology, the system still relies upon people, and people are fallible. When human error occurs, dangerous individuals can be left uncheckedContinue reading “Episode 17: The Milwaukee North Side Strangler”

Episode 15: The Kunz Family Murders

In small town Athens, WI, after the festivities and fireworks from the 4th of July celebration fizzled out, the aftermath of a different kind of fireworks were discovered. With nearly an entire family murdered and a woman missing, how much more intriguing could the story get? Tune in to find out! References: https://www.travelwisconsin.com/stories/post/kringle-wisconsins-official-pastry/  https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/doing-bus/real-estate/roadsides/deercarcassremoval.aspx https://www.wqow.com/news/wisconsin/state-patrol-deer-related-crashes-peak-in-october-and-november/article_edfc993e-35dd-11ec-bd1b-efb9394ee2af.htmlContinue reading “Episode 15: The Kunz Family Murders”

Episode 14: Beth Kutz

When a mother ends a call saying to call the police if she doesn’t show to pick-up her kids and then doesn’t show up, will she be found? Will justice be served? Join the Beer, Cheese, and Murder gals as we dive into the disappearance of Beth Kutz. Tune in on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, GoogleContinue reading “Episode 14: Beth Kutz”


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