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In the Chill of the Night

For 23 days in October of 2002, the more than five million people living across the region known as the Washington DC Beltway lived in fear for their lives. They had a right to be. Somebody was shooting at them as they went about their daily routines, gassing up their cars, waiting for a bus, going…

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Toby Muse is a journalist, author, and documentary filmmaker. His work has appeared in major news outlets across the globe. He joins Ray and Pete to talk about his latest book: Kilo in which he follows a kilo of cocaine from its production in a clandestine laboratory to the smugglers who ship it ab…

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Read this news release by the Department of Justice, U.S. Attorney’s Office, for the Northern District of Texas.

https://www.justice.gov/usao-ndtx/pr/man-who-claimed-he-gave-guns-children-sentenced-10-years-prison 

It reports that the game is over for an Amarillo man, a convicted felon named Perk…

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Undercover operations can range from short-term “in and outs” to long-term “deeply embedded operations. Whether they are short-term or long-term, an undercover operation is an investigative technique, in which it's ok to lie about your identity but not about your purpose. It is this element of very…

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Come smile, as retired ATF Agent Pete Gagliardi, takes you along on what he calls some of his “soft rock” undercover ops.

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Mike King gives us a peek into his latest book: She Knew No Fear: The True Story of Pioneer Jane McKetchnie Walton's Incredible Journey and Untimely Death. Many stories have been told of pioneer journeys to the West. This story is not unlike many, but at the same time, it is like no other. While th…

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In the book, Justice for Dallas written by Mark Rusin and Priscilla Barton, ATF Agent Marko Novak is assigned to investigate one of the most brutal family murder scenes in northern California history. What haunts the young agent most is the way they killed the 5-year old little girl named Dallas. W…

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Richard Kuklinski was a career criminal and a stone cold serial killer who killed for profit. He was given the was given the moniker Iceman by authorities after they discovered that he had frozen the body of one of his victims in an attempt to disguise the time of death. In this podcast you will he…

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[WARNING: This episode discusses graphic content that some viewers may find disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised]

On October 2, 2006, a shooting occurred at the West Nickel Mines School, an Amish one-room schoolhouse in the community of Nickel Mines, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. A gunman in…

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Chronicled in a book by author Joanthan Green, Sex Money Murder is a Story of Crack, Blood, and Betrayal. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the Bronx had one of the highest per capita murder rates in the country. Drug dealers claimed territory through intimidation and murder, and families found th…

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Take a journey back in time and meet the original spymaster, George Washington, Major John Andre, and get the back story on the most notable traitor in history, Benedict Arnold.

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The capabilities used to address the deadly Sikh Temple shooting were honed on the streets of Milwaukee investigating robberies, gun violence, and homicides. Join Ray and Pete as they interview a former Milwaukee PD Homicide Captain.

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Officers Jamil Jordan and Anthony Trotman trade in a just life for a life of crime with a crew of thieves operating in NYC’s famed 77th Precinct. Join Ray and Pete as they interview a former NYPD Cold Case Commander, Lt. Tom Joyce, as he describes the cat and mouse game involving cops and robbers, …

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Arson cases are difficult to investigate and those involving conspiracies can be especially challenging to prove. Join Ray and Pete as they do a “ride-along” with Wayne Miller, retired ATF Special Agent and Certified Fire Investigator, who recounts how he and his team investigated well over 250 ars…

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Fortunate enough to be invited on Mike King's Profiling Evil to discuss an incident from this past weekend.

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Ray and Pete introduce the Chill of the Night podcast. Pete tells a story about how relentless follow-up and good luck pay off in catching a murderer.

A big shout out to Mike King, of Profiling Evil, for motivating us to jump in the fray. Check out his YouTube channel.

https://www.youtube.com/cha…

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