Cold Case Crime Cuts delves into some of the coldest, truest crimes ever committed, using a brand new, unique investigative technique known as a “podcast”. From “who shot who?” at the Copacabana to “was the Deputy, in fact, asking for it?” in “I Shot The Sheriff”, American journalist (and also podcaster) Mason Lane unravels the mysteries both behind and inside the enigmas.
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Cold Case Crime Cuts – Episode Eight: Who Killed The Radio Star?
1950s New York. At the headquarters of NAR National American Radio, their star newscaster is found dead in an abandoned studio. Was he murdered? His tie is still round his dead neck, caught in the mechanism of a new-fangled video tape machine. Should we put the blame on the VTR, or was he the victim of something or someone more sinister? Journalist (and also podcaster) Mason Lane travels through the archive to hear the playback, and, though it seems so long ago, rewinds a cold case, despite how far it has already gone.
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