Detective is a new podcast from Investigation Discovery. Season 1 features retired detective, Lieutenant Joe Kenda and his true stories from 23 years on the Colorado Springs Police Department’s Homicide Division.
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Rod’s experience in narcotics and vice proved to be key in his work as a homicide detective, escepcially in navigating the world of confidential informants. Go deep under cover with Rod and learn how he was able to infiltrate the community to get insider information while keeping his sources protected?
Find out what happens after Rod’s brother shows up, covered in blood, asking for help and how the brothers ended up on opposite sides of the law. And what contributes to someone becoming a killer? Is it nature or nurture?
The hit podcast from Investigation Discovery is back with an all-new season of stories from behind the yellow tape. This time, the storyteller is Detective Rod Demery, whose sucessful career is rivaled only by his dramatic personal life. Listen to the exclusive preview before the new season starts on Wednesday, February 8. And watch Rod Demery’s new television series, “Murder Chose Me” on Investigation Discovery, starting Wednesday, February 15 at 10/9c.
From 1962 to 1964, women in Boston lived in fear of the infamous Strangler, who committed 13 known murders — crimes that included vicious sexual assaults and bizarre stagings of the victims’ bodies. After the largest investigation in the city’s history, Albert DeSalvo confessed. Despite DeSalvo’s full confession and imprisonment, authorities never put him on trial for the murders. And more than 50 years later, doubts continue to surround the case. Was DeSalvo really the killer? Was there more than one Strangler? And did the Boston PD do everything necessary to stop the murderer? Stranglers, the new podcast from Earwolf and Investigation Discovery, is a fascinating investigation of the Boston Strangler.
Detective Garry McFadden has “retired” – but started his own consulting company and still helps on cases from time to time. He travels the country helping other law enforcement agencies with community policing. He also shares his opinion on the crimes against young African-American men by fellow police officers and his views on the Black Lives Matter movement. He started the non-profit “Cops and Barbers” organization that helps to unite police departments with the communities they serve.