For years, some law enforcement agencies have replaced the faces of traditional playing card decks with images of missing and murdered people and distributed those cards in prisons hoping inmates would come forward with information needed to crack these cold cases wide open. Now, audiochuck is dealing you in. Each week, we will be working with investigators and family members to bring you the details of some of the coldest cases from around the country in hopes that someone listening can finally bring these victims the justice they deserve.

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Dana Chisholm (Jack of Diamonds, Washington, D.C.)

July 24, 2024 00:57:57 13.31 MB ( 42.32 MB less) Downloads: 0

Our card this week is Dana Chisholm, the Jack of Diamonds from Washington, D.C.I’ve been telling victims’ stories for 6½ years now. I’ve been a consumer of them for even longer. And in all that time, few stories have haunted me the way Dana’s has. Her killer was bold, so confident police would never catch him, that he taunted them. And for nearly 30 years, he’s been able to get away with it. But I think that’s coming to an end. Because even though it seems like he tried to do everything he could to erase himself from Dana’s apartment and her life, it looks like he didn’t cover all his tracks. He may have just left something behind that could finally give him away.If you have any information about the murder of Dana Chisholm in February of 1995 in Washington, D.C., please contact the Metropolitan Police Department at 202-727-9099, or remain anonymous by texting your tip to MPD’s Text Tip Line at 50411. There is a $25,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest and conviction in the homicide of Dana Chisholm. Dana’s case is one we wanted you to see with your own eyes. So for the first time ever….. we’re inviting you to watch this episode with us as a VIDEO! Head over to our Crime Junkie YouTube channel to see Dana Chisholm’s case unfold.View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/dana-chisholm TruthFinder is a presenting sponsor of The Deck | TruthFinder.com Let us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo support Season of Justice and learn more, please visit seasonofjustice.org. The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Ana Bell Juarez (King of Hearts, Texas)

July 17, 2024 00:40:01 9.5 MB ( 28.92 MB less) Downloads: 0

Our card this week is Ana Bell Juarez, the King of Hearts from Texas. Almost 30 years ago, Ana Bell Juarez disappeared in January 1997. But the exact details about her vanishing have never been fully divulged with detectives. Even today, as Detective Gonzales gets closer to finding out the truth… there’s still so many questions swirling around Odessa, Texas. If you have any information about the disappearance of Ana Bell Juarez in 1997, please call Odessa Crime Stoppers at 432-333-TIPS (8477). View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/ana-bell-juarez Let us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo support Season of Justice and learn more, please visit seasonofjustice.org. The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Maria del Socorro Maldonado Ambriz (Joker, Indiana)

July 10, 2024 00:21:06 20.27 MB Downloads: 0

Our second card this week is Maria del Socorro Maldonado Ambriz, the Joker from Indiana.Maria was spending what seemed like an average day with her two children when a masked intruder burst through the door and changed everyone in that home’s life. In just a matter of minutes, Maria, a single mom, was abducted and left for dead less than a mile from where her children were still hiding. It’s been two years, so the evidence is fresh and the leads are hot. But it’s going to take the right person coming forward to solve this case.If you have any information about the murder of Maria del Socorro Maldonado Ambriz in 2022 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, please call the Fort Wayne Police Department Detective’s Bureau at 260-427-1201, or Crimestoppers at 260-436-STOP (7867). View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/maria-del-socorro-maldonado-ambriz Let us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo apply for a Cold Case Playing Card grant through Season of Justice, please visit www.seasonofjustice.org. The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Sarah Neal (6 of Diamonds, Nebraska)

July 10, 2024 00:20:48 19.97 MB Downloads: 0

Our first card this week is Sarah Neal, the 6 of Diamonds from Nebraska. 16-year-old Sarah was not your typical teen. She was a multisport high school athlete who participated in basketball, softball, and track. She was a pretty darn good chess player, too.But in June of 2005, somebody took all that Sarah loved away from her. And they took Sarah away from everyone who loved her. 19 years later, the police are still trying to catch her killer, and they need your help.If you know anything about the murder of Sarah Neal in Omaha, Nebraska, on June 21, 2005, please call the Omaha, Nebraska Homicide Unit at 402-444-5656, or the Omaha Police Department at 402-444-3765. You can also anonymously report information to Omaha Crime Stoppers at 402-444-7867, or on their website. View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/sarah-neal Let us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo apply for a Cold Case Playing Card grant through Season of Justice, please visit www.seasonofjustice.org. The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Domaine Richards (Queen of Clubs, Connecticut)

July 03, 2024 00:27:03 25.97 MB Downloads: 0

Our card this week is Domaine Richards, the Queen of Clubs from Connecticut.If you look at a picture of 25-year-old Domaine Richards, one thing stands out – his smile. A smile that could be infectious, but all the light Domaine had to bring to the world was taken away in November of 2007, and almost 17 years later, while police have at least one suspect they've been circling, they still need help bringing Domaine's case to a close.If you know anything about the murder of Domaine Richards in November of 2007, please call the Hartford Police Department’s Major Crimes Division at 860-757-4000, or the Cold Case Tip Line at 860-722-TIPS (8477). You can also email tips to HartfordPD.media@hartford.gov.If any labs are interested in helping Detective Jacobson, you can reach out to him at Jacoa001@hartford.gov. View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/domaine-richards Let us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo apply for a Cold Case Playing Card grant through Season of Justice, please visit www.seasonofjustice.org. The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Joe Laughlin (Jack of Diamonds, South Carolina)

June 26, 2024 00:27:03 25.97 MB Downloads: 0

Our card this week is Joe Laughlin, the Jack of Spades from South Carolina.54-year-old Joe was a true “country guy",  living a simple life in Anderson, South Carolina in 2012. He was a husband, father, provider, and handyman. It didn’t take much to make him happy. All he needed in life was his family, his work shed, and an ice-cold beer. Why someone would want to gun him down inside his own home remains a mystery, even over a decade after his death. To this day, Joe’s widow has never remarried. She’s still living at their same little house, with Joe’s picture hanging up on the wall, waiting for the day when justice will finally prevail.If you have any information about the murder of Joe Laughlin in Anderson, South Carolina in 2012, please call the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office at 864-260-4400, or you can speak with Sergeant Kendall Cash directly at 864-209-0582. You can remain anonymous by calling Anderson Area Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC (274-6372), or submitting a tip online. View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/joe-laughlinLet us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo apply for a Cold Case Playing Card grant through Season of Justice, please visit www.seasonofjustice.org. The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Bobby Ray Jones (8 of Clubs, Florida)

June 19, 2024 00:24:36 23.63 MB Downloads: 0

Our card this week is Bobby Ray Jones, the 8 of Clubs from Florida.Bobby Ray Jones had just moved back to Walton County, Florida, in the late summer of 1971. It was a rebirth-of-sorts for this 33-year-old man. After getting caught up in a love affair and running off to Alabama, he had only recently returned to the sunshine state to try and reconcile with his wife. And seemingly, he was on track to do just that. He had already found a new job and a place to stay. Things were starting to turn around. So much so, that on September 29th, he even told his “mama” she had no reason to worry about him… and that he didn’t have “an enemy in the world.” But the very next morning, Bobby Ray was murdered… If you have any information about the death of Bobby Ray Jones in Darlington, FL, in 1971, please call the Walton County Sheriff’s Office at 850-892-8111, or remain anonymous by calling the Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers at 850-863-TIPS (8477) View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/bobby-ray-jones/ Let us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo apply for a Cold Case Playing Card grant through Season of Justice, please visit www.seasonofjustice.org The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF  Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Linda "Lulu Ree" Caesar (9 of Spades, Connecticut)

June 05, 2024 00:25:22 24.36 MB Downloads: 0

Our card this week is Linda "Lulu Ree" Ceasar, the 9 of Spades from Connecticut.Linda "Lulu Ree" Ceasar's story is not all that different from so many others. She was a victim of her circumstances, and then she was a victim again when, in the summer of 1983, her life was taken in the most brutal of ways. Over 40 years later, the police still need help to close her case.If you know anything about the murder of Linda “Lulu Ree” Ceasar, please contact the Hartford Police Department’s Major Crimes Division at 860-757-4000, or the Cold Case Tip Line at 860-722-TIPS (8477). You can also email tips to  hartfordpd.media@hartford.gov, or contact the Connecticut Cold Case Unit at 1-866-623-8058.View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/linda-lulu-ree-ceasar Let us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo apply for a Cold Case Playing Card grant through Season of Justice, please visit www.seasonofjustice.org The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Douglas Wagg, Jr. (Wild Card, North Carolina)

May 30, 2024 00:05:21 5.14 MB Downloads: 0

Since the release of CounterClock Season 1, Delia has received hundreds of requests from families of victims of violent crime. In November 2022, one message in her inbox stood out from the rest. It was from a middle-aged woman asking for Delia's help investigating the mysterious death of her 27-year-old brother from 1991. The message stood out for one big reason. The man's mangled body was found in an all-too familiar place to Delia. Eastern North Carolina.Thirty-three years after Douglas Wagg, Jr. turned up on a lone stretch of railroad tracks in the middle of the night in rural Martin County and over a year since Delia took on the case the scope of what was really going on in the area during the 1990's has come into view. Who was Doug? How did he end up so far from home? Who was he last seen with? Was the train really what killed him? Why was his case never investigated?The journey to find the answers to those questions has revealed a web of small town secrets that feel like fiction, except they're not. Over the course of the Season 6 investigation Delia has interviewed more than 45 people, spoken with convicted murderers in prison, and traced the origins of a disturbing pattern of behavior within local law enforcement that may have resulted in a decades-long cover up of multiple deaths. The investigation into what happened to Doug Wagg appears to be just the tip of a very large, very complicated iceberg that someone has worked hard to keep hidden for more than three decades.Access to all episodes of CounterClock Season 6 is now available at the $10 and $20 tiers in the Crime Junkie Fan Club App.  For even more time with CounterClock, follow us on social media.Instagram: @counterclockpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @CounterClockPod | @audiochuckFacebook: /CounterClockPodcast | /audiochuckllc

Dorothy “Dee" Scofield (4 of Hearts, Florida)

May 29, 2024 00:45:00 43.2 MB Downloads: 0

Our card this week is Dorothy “Dee" Scofield, the 4 of Hearts from Florida.Ocala Police Chief Mike Balken was just a toddler when 12-year-old Dee Scofield disappeared from a local department store. When he was a teenager, he remembers his parents bringing up the missing little girl from his hometown. Later, as a dad, it would cause him to lie awake at night, worrying about his own daughter. And down the line, as a new detective, it would continue to haunt him when he began investigating the case for himself. And today… even as a Chief of the entire department… he won’t rest until he knows what happened to Dee Scofield.If you have any information about the disappearance of Dorothy “Dee” Scofield in 1976, please call Ocala Police Chief Mike Balken at 352-369-7000, or email mbalken@ocalapd.gov. View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/dorothy-dee-scofield   Let us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo apply for a Cold Case Playing Card grant through Season of Justice, please visit www.seasonofjustice.org The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Debra Owens (7 of Diamonds, Florida)

May 22, 2024 00:18:14 17.5 MB Downloads: 0

Our card this week is Debra Owens, the 7 of Diamonds from Florida. Debra was a woman who deserved better than what she got in the last year of her life. Every day she woke up, she was a survivor of something or someone. Over 20 years after she was brutally murdered, no one has been held accountable.If you have any information about the murder of Debra Owens in 2002, please contact the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office major crimes unit at 352-249-2790, or you can anonymously report information at Crime Stoppers of Citrus County at 888-269-8477.If you or someone you know are a victim of domestic violence, know that help is available. You can contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233, or text “START” to 88788. View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/debra-owens Let us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo apply for a Cold Case Playing Card grant through Season of Justice, please visit www.seasonofjustice.org. The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Anna Hliaras (10 of Clubs, Ohio)

May 22, 2024 00:24:13 23.25 MB Downloads: 0

Our card this week is Anna Hliaras, the 10 of Clubs from Ohio.Anna Hliaras was a vigilant fixture in her Dayton, Ohio, neighborhood. She was essentially neighborhood watch before it was even a thing. And her mission was to make sure any and all disturbances in her community were called out. But investigators fear her tenacious behavior could’ve led to her demise… If you have any information about the 1981 murder of Anna Hliaras in northwest Dayton, Ohio, please call the Cold Case Unit at the Dayton Police Department at 937-333-7109. View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/anna-hliaras Let us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo apply for a Cold Case Playing Card grant through Season of Justice, please visit www.seasonofjustice.org The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AFText Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Jaquan Atkins (10 of Clubs, Virginia)

May 15, 2024 00:38:13 36.69 MB Downloads: 0

Our card this week is Jaquan Atkins, the 10 of Clubs from Virginia. 30-year-old Jaquan had a lot going for him in the spring of 2021. He had a good job and a tight crew of friends that he performed with as part of a local rap group. But most important to him – his close-knit family: a devoted mom, little nieces and nephews who called him “Uncle Quan,” and a big brother he admired. But police believe that brother is holding a secret…If you know anything about the murder of Jaquan Atkins in 2021, you can call in a tip to the Richmond Police Department at 804-780-1000, or remain anonymous by submitting a tip through P-3 Tips – you can access that app online or download it on your smartphone.View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/jaquan-atkins Let us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo apply for a Cold Case Playing Card grant through Season of Justice, please visit www.seasonofjustice.org The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF  Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Alexander Winspeare (Jack of Spades, Florida)

May 08, 2024 00:23:30 22.57 MB Downloads: 0

Our card this week is Alexander WInspeare, the Jack of Spades from Florida.At 93, Alexander Winspeare had been through a lot in his long life. He was a veteran of World War I, proudly serving his country. If anyone had earned the right to die with dignity and grace, it was him. But instead, he was murdered in 1987. And 37 years later, police are still on the hunt for his killer.If you know anything about the murder of Alexander Winspeare in October of 1987, please call the Largo PD tip line at 727-587-6730. View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/alexander-winspeareLet us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo apply for a Cold Case Playing Card grant through Season of Justice, please visit www.seasonofjustice.org. The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!

Timothy Zimmerman (8 of Spades, Indiana)

May 01, 2024 00:33:14 31.91 MB Downloads: 0

Our card this week is Timothy Zimmerman, the 8 of Spades from Indiana. Timothy Zimmerman, an active member of his community and property owner in Fort Wayne, Indiana, was violently murdered at one of his properties in 2007. Despite several clues being left behind at the messy crime scene, Timothy’s homicide has never been solved. If you know anything about the stabbing death of Timothy Zimmerman in 2007, call the Fort Wayne Crime Stoppers at 260-436-STOP (7867) or the Fort Wayne Police Department at 260-427-1222.  In honor of National DNA Day, Ashley and audiochuck have partnered with an Indy based cidery to release a limited edition cider called Cheers For Chuck. Cheers For Chuck cider helps solve cold cases - with every purchase, a portion of proceeds goes to Season of Justice. A cider that can crack crime? We'll cheers to that! This is an extremely limited drop, so visit cheersforchuckcider.com to get your order in before it sells out.  View source material and photos for this episode at: thedeckpodcast.com/timothy-zimmermanLet us deal you in… follow The Deck on social media.Instagram: @thedeckpodcast | @audiochuckTwitter: @thedeckpodcast_ | @audiochuckFacebook: /TheDeckPodcast | /audiochuckllcTo apply for a Cold Case Playing Card grant through Season of Justice, please visit www.seasonofjustice.org. The Deck is hosted by Ashley Flowers. Instagram: @ashleyflowersTikTok: @ashleyflowerscrimejunkieTwitter: @Ash_FlowersFacebook: /AshleyFlowers.AF Text Ashley at 317-733-7485 to talk all things true crime, get behind the scenes updates, and more!