Scene of the Crime: Delphi

Jun 29 2020 33 mins 806

Scene of the Crime is a narrative-style true crime podcast that closely examines one case per season, and enlists experts and people connected to the case to help tell the story. In season 1, Scene of the Crime explores the February, 2017 murders of Abby Williams and Libby German in Delphi, Indiana.





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Delphi: Resolve
Feb 13 2020 75 mins  
Season 1: Delphi Episode 7: ResolveIn this final episode of the Delphi case, we address some of the rumors and misinformation out there. We also discuss the overarching theories of the case, and look at where things stand today. Exclusive interviews with members of Abby and Libby’s families convey their strength and resilience as the third anniversary of the girls’ deaths approaches. If you have any information about Libby and Abby, please call the tip line at 1-844-459-5786 or send email Episode Credits-Narration:Natalie GrayResearch and writing: Jessica BettencourtTechnical adviser: Gray HughesConsulting Producer: Kelsi GermanProducers: Gray Hughes, Jessica Bettencourt, Mike MorfordExecutive Producer: Mike Morford of AbJack EntertainmentSpecial thanks to: the families of Liberty German and Abigail Williams, Kelsi German, Mike Patty, Becky Patty, and Anna Williams. Thanks also goes out to Indiana State Police Superintendent, Doug Carter, Robert Ives, Paul Holes, Dr. Katherine M. Brown, Colleen Fitzpatrick, Drew Collins, Michel Bennett, and Bree WilberYou can find Scene of the Crime Podcast on Twitter with the handle @SceneOfCrimePod


Delphi: A New Direction
Feb 06 2020 61 mins  
Season 1: Delphi Episode 6: A New DirectionWe consider a case in Iowa that has many parallels to the Delphi double murder. And, as the second anniversary of the deaths of Libby and Abby came and went, investigators announced that they were changing their focus. A new sketch was released, and a major press conference saw authorities addressing the killer directly.If you have any information about Libby and Abby, please call the tip line at 1-844-459-5786 or send email Episode Credits-Narration: Natalie GrayResearch and writing: Jessica BettencourtTechnical adviser: Gray HughesConsulting Producer: Kelsi GermanProducers: Gray Hughes, Jessica Bettencourt, Mike MorfordExecutive Producer: Mike Morford of AbJack EntertainmentSpecial thanks to: the families of Liberty German and Abigail Williams, Kelsi German, Mike Patty, Becky Patty, and Anna Williams. Thanks also goes out to Indiana State Police Superintendent, Doug Carter, Robert Ives, Paul Holes, Dr. Katherine M. Brown, Colleen Fitzpatrick, Drew Collins, Michel Bennett, and Bree WilberYou can find Scene of the Crime Podcast on Twitter with the handle @SceneOfCrimePod


Delphi: Suspects
Jan 30 2020 48 mins  
Season 1: Delphi Episode 5: SuspectsFive months after the murders, police released a sketch of the man they said was on the Monon High Bridge with Abby and Libby – and who is a suspect in their deaths. Police looked at many persons of interest over the ensuing months and years. This episode examines some of those men, and addresses the theories surrounding their possible involvement. If you have any information about Libby and Abby, please call the tip line at 1-844-459-5786 or send email Episode Credits-Narration: Natalie GrayResearch and writing: Jessica BettencourtTechnical adviser: Gray HughesConsulting Producer: Kelsi GermanProducers: Gray Hughes, Jessica Bettencourt, Mike MorfordExecutive Producer: Mike Morford of AbJack EntertainmentSpecial thanks to: the families of Liberty German and Abigail Williams, Kelsi German,Mike Patty, Becky Patty, and Anna Williams. Thanks also goes out to Indiana State Police Superintendent, Doug Carter, Robert Ives, Paul Holes, Dr. Katherine M. Brown, Colleen Fitzpatrick, Drew Collins, Michel Bennett, and Bree WilberYou can find Scene of the Crime Podcast on Twitter with the handle @SceneOfCrimePod


Delphi: Evidence
Jan 23 2020 45 mins  
Season 1: Delphi Episode 4: EvidenceThe murders of Abby and Libby resulted in one of the largest-scale investigations in Indiana history. And there was crucial evidence from the crime – evidence that one of the victims herself provided. Video and audio from Libby’s phone were retrieved by authorities investigating the girls’ murders. And, police recovered DNA from the crime scene.If you have any information about Libby and Abby, please call the tip line at 1-844-459-5786 or send email Episode Credits-Narration:Natalie GrayResearch and writing: Jessica BettencourtTechnical adviser: Gray HughesConsulting Producer: Kelsi GermanProducers: Gray Hughes, Jessica Bettencourt, Mike MorfordExecutive Producer: Mike Morford of AbJack EntertainmentSpecial thanks to: the families of Liberty German and Abigail Williams, Kelsi German, Mike Patty, Becky Patty, and Anna Williams. Thanks also goes out to Indiana State Police Superintendent, Doug Carter, Robert Ives, Paul Holes, Dr. Katherine M. Brown, Colleen Fitzpatrick, Drew Collins, Michel Bennett, and Bree WilberYou can find Scene of the Crime Podcast on Twitter with the handle @SceneOfCrimePod


Delphi: Unthinkable
Jan 16 2020 56 mins  
Season 1: Delphi Episode 3: UnthinkableAbby and Libby were found dead in a secluded wooded area between the Morning Heights Cemetery and the Monon High Bridge. But more devastating news soon followed: the girls had been murdered. And the authorities had photos of someone they wanted to talk to in connection with the deaths of Abby and Libby. What’s more, they had his voice. If you have any information about Libby and Abby, please call the tip line at 1-844-459-5786 or send email Episode Credits-Narration: Natalie GrayResearch and writing: Jessica BettencourtTechnical adviser: Gray HughesConsulting Producer: Kelsi GermanProducers: Gray Hughes, Jessica Bettencourt, Mike MorfordExecutive Producer: Mike Morford of AbJack EntertainmentSpecial thanks to: the families of Liberty German and Abigail Williams, Kelsi German, Mike Patty, Becky Patty, and Anna Williams. Thanks also goes out to Indiana State Police Superintendent, Doug Carter, Robert Ives, Paul Holes, Dr. Katherine M. Brown, Colleen Fitzpatrick, Drew Collins, Michel Bennett, and Bree WilberYou can find Scene of the Crime Podcast on Twitter with the handle @SceneOfCrimePod


Delphi: Missing
Jan 09 2020 42 mins  
SEASON 1: Delphi EPISODE 2:: MissingAbby and Libby were dropped at a Delphi Historic Trails trailhead by a family member, and their walk took them atop the towering Monon High Bridge. After that, they disappeared. Their families launched an all-out effort to find the girls before the cold and dark set in. But the teens were nowhere to be seen. By the next day, their innocent outdoor adventure would have a tragic ending.If you have any information about Libby and Abby, please call the tip line at 1-844-459-5786 or send email Episode Credits-Narration:Natalie GrayResearch and writing: Jessica BettencourtTechnical adviser: Gray HughesConsulting Producer: Kelsi GermanProducers:Gray Hughes, Jessica Bettencourt, Mike MorfordExecutive Producer: Mike Morford of AbJack EntertainmentSpecial thanks to: the families of Liberty German and Abigail Williams, Kelsi German,Mike Patty, Becky Patty, and Anna Williams. Thanks also goes out to Indiana State Police superintendent, Doug Carter, Robert Ives, Paul Holes, Dr. Katherine M. Brown, Colleen Fitzpatrick, Drew Collins, Michel Bennett, and Bree WilberYou can find Scene of the Crime Podcast on Twitter with the handle @SceneOfCrimePod


Delphi: Abby and Libby
Jan 02 2020 40 mins  
In 2017, best friends Abby Williams and Libby German were typical young teens growing up in a small town in the Midwest. Both girls were athletic, smart, studious, and artistic. They spent their days playing sports, making arts and crafts, helping others, hanging with their families, and having fun. On February 13th the girls headed out on a sunny day off from school for a hike on the historic and scenic trail system in their hometown of Delphi, Indiana. But things did not go as planned. If you have any information about Libby and Abby, please call the tip line at 1-844-459-5786 or send email Episode Credits-Narration: Natalie GrayResearch and writing: Jessica BettencourtTechnical adviser: Gray HughesConsulting Producer: Kelsi GermanProducers: Gray Hughes, Jessica Bettencourt, Mike MorfordExecutive Producer: Mike Morford of AbJack EntertainmentSpecial thanks to: the families of Liberty German and Abigail Williams, Kelsi German, Mike Patty, Becky Patty, and Anna Williams. Thanks also goes out to Indiana State Police Superintendent, Doug Carter, Robert Ives, Paul Holes, Dr. Katherine M. Brown, Colleen Fitzpatrick, Drew Collins, Michel Bennett, and Bree WilberYou can find Scene of the Crime Podcast on Twitter with the handle @SceneOfCrimePod


Presenting Scene of the Crime Season One: Delphi - Trailer
Dec 06 2019 5 mins  
This trailer for “Scene of the Crime, Season One: Delphi” gives listeners a preview of what they can expect to hear over seven episodes exploring the heinous, unsolved 2017 double murder of teens Liberty German and Abigail Williams in Delphi, Indiana. The trailer features excerpts of exclusive interviews with family members of the victims as they recount the events of that terrible day, the devastating effect the murders had on their own lives, and their thoughts and theories regarding the killer. Also included are excerpts from interviews with members of law enforcement inside the case, exclusive commentary from experts in criminology and forensic genealogy, and select portions of public press conferences crucial to a thorough understanding of this tragic case. Scene of the Crime, Season 1 Episode 1 Premieres January 2nd, 2020. Subscribe today so you don’t miss an episode. Find us on Twitter with the handle @SceneOfCrimePod


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