Episode 50 & 51: Carrollton Bus Crash

Thashana talks to Olivia about the  1988 Carrollton, Kentucky, bus crash that killed 27.

 

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Episode 49: W. Haynie Gourley

Olivia tells Thashana the strange tale of the murder of Haynie Gourley, then owner of Nashville’s successful Capitol Chevrolet dealership.


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  • W. Haynie Gourley (source)

  • William E. Powell (source)

  • Capitol Chevrolet closed (The Tennessean May 25, 1968)

  • Reward offered (The Tennessean May 30, 1968)

Episode 48: The Murder of Jo Ella Liles By Maury Davis

In this episode we discuss the 1975 murder of Jo Ella Liles in Irving, Texas, by Maury Davis, who is now a megachurch pastor at Cornerstone Church near Nashville, Tennessee.


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Episode 47: The Torso & The Civil War Grave

In this episode, Olivia tells Thashana about a torso found in Knox County in 1977 that may or may not have belonged to Paul Hurst. Then we discuss a body found in a Civil War colonel’s grave that maybe shouldn’t have been there.

If you have any information on the torso or what happened to Paul Hurst, please call the Knox County Sheriff's Office Cold Case Unit at 865-215-3520 or e-mail coldcase@knoxsheriff.org


 

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Episode 46: Gus Gossert, The Williams Sisters, & Michael Gerald King

We are discussing three cold cases in Knox County, up in East Tennessee - we’ll look at the murders of notable Doo-Wop DJ Gus Gossert and disabled sisters Suzanne and Patricia Williams. Plus, we will hear about the mysterious death of Michael Gerald King and what appears to be a piece of his strange legal history.

If you have information related to any of these cases, you can get in touch with the Knox County Sheriff’s Cold Case Unit at 865-215-2675 or email coldcase@knoxsheriff.org


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