Wednesday, June 15, 2022

170. Long Road To Justice: Lisa Kimmell

 Friday, March 25th, 1988, Lisa got in her Honda and headed north. She would take Interstate 25 to Casper, Wyoming, and from there she would take the mostly two-lane US-20/26 to Greybull, where she would then finish the trip at her boyfriend's house in Cody, Wyoming, on US14. She’d planned to stay the night there and make the remaining hour-and-a-half trek to Billings the next morning with her boyfriend in tow.  

When Lisa Marie didn’t arrive at Ed's house in Cody, as planned, he was immediately worried and called her parents.  Lisa was nowhere to be found. She had vanished somewhere on her 600-mile journey home.

Lisa's case would go cold for 14 years until DNA would link authorities to her killer.

Join Cam and Jen as they discuss 'Long Road To Justice: Lisa Kimmell'.

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The Murder of Lil Miss: A Mother's Brutal 16-Year Fight for Justice

by Sheila Kimmell

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Billings Gazette:

On The Case with Paul Zahn Season 5: Episode 4 No One To Trust paragraphs 147-170

!Rivers of Blood (book 2009) by Robert Scott excellent article,%20Dale%20Wayne.pdf

169. The Price of Doing Business: Bob Eidman

 Today we are going nearby to St Charles Missouri where a local businessman was found shot to death inside his office on June 8, 2007, by a postwoman. It was about 12:30 in the afternoon when she called 9-1-1 and informed the operator that the man had been shot and, she thought he was dead. As she is on the phone with 911, a police officer drives by and she flags him down. The officer enters the business and finds the man. The officer clearly identifies a gunshot to the head. The man’s name was Robert Eidman and whoever killed him did it, wanted to make sure Bob would see exactly who wanted him dead.

Join Jen and Cam on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast entitled ‘The Price of Doing Business: Bob Eidman.’

That brand new listener discretion is by the smooth-voiced Edward October from OctoberpodVHS. He is the bee’s knees.

All our music is by our wonderful executive producer and editor Nico from We Talk of Dreams.

The promo is by the podcast World’s Dumbest Criminals. If you like true crime but need something a bit lighter, make sure to check them out.