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Grace is on the Case

A True Crime Podcast

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FBI’s Top Ten Most Wanted – Part 2

In this episode, Grace counts down the top 5 criminals on the FBI’s Top Ten Most Wanted List, diving into the fugitives in order and dissecting the cases and crimes that landed them on the list.  If you recognize any of the individuals discussed or have any information that may be helpful to the apprehension of these fugitives, submit at tip at fbi.gov/tips.

29mins

11 Jun 2021

Rank #1

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FBI’s Most Wanted – Part 1

In this episode, Grace counts down the first 5 criminals on the FBI’s Top Ten Most Wanted List, diving into the fugitives in order and dissecting the cases and crimes that landed them on the list.  If you recognize any of the individuals discussed or have any information that may be helpful to the apprehension of these fugitives, submit at tip at fbi.gov/tips.

26mins

4 Jun 2021

Rank #2

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Capturing Whitey Bulger, America’s Most Wanted Fugitive

In this episode, Grace takes a closer look at the life, capture, and killing of infamous mob boss James Joseph Bluger Jr., better known as “Whitey” Bulger.  She also sits down with reporters Casey Sherman and Dave Wedge, who together authored the book Hunting Whitey: The Inside Story of the Capture and Killing of America’s Most Wanted Crime Boss,  to dig further into Bulger’s life, power, and crimes.

47mins

3 Sep 2020

Rank #3

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The Dollhouse Deaths

In this episode, Grace talks about the life and legacy of Frances Glessner Lee, known as “the mother of modern forensic science”, as well as the crimes and cases Glessner used to develop The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death.  These tiny “dollhouse deaths” are used in teaching student investigators techniques for identifying and cataloging evidence at the scene of a crime.  She also sits down with Bruce Goldfarb, author of 18 Tiny Deaths: The Untold Story of Frances Glessner Lee and the Invention of Modern Forensics to talk a little bit more about France’s accomplishments and contributions to the field of forensics.

25mins

15 May 2020

Rank #4

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The Jodi Huisentruit Case

In this episode, Grace dives into the chilling and complicated case of Jodi Huisentruit, a TV news anchor in Mason City, Iowa who has been missing since 1995.  Though most believe Huisentruit was abducted and met a sinister fate, the case details remain messy and vague, and Jodi hasn’t been seen or heard from since the day she vanished.  Grace also sits down with Steve Ridge, a freelance journalist and independent investigator, to discuss the case further.  Ridge has been digging into this cold case for quite some time, and after years of investigation, he believes he knows who abducted Jodi.

55mins

28 Apr 2020

Rank #5