Leonard Brown Jr. joins host Brad Willis to talk about three haunting mysteries. You'll hear things you've never heard before and learn about an active case with a $20,000 reward.
As the COVID-19 quarantine continues, host Brad Willis has an in-depth conversation with Frank Eppes, Jr., the son of the trial judge who sent Charles Wakefield, Jr. to prison. Willis and Eppes talk about the podcast, how Eppes felt it reflected on his f.
Producers Brad Willis and Andy Ethridge adhere to the pandemic social distancing requirements and tell the story of Greenville, South Carolina's first murder of 1975 and the man still known today as Mr. X.
The season finale of Murder, etc. chronicles Charles Wakefield, Jr.'s 35-year effort to get out of prison and the time afterward as he tries to prove his innocence.
When attorneys gave their closing arguments in Charles Wakefield, Jr.'s 1976 trial, they lacked the context offered by 40 years of history and re-investigation. This is a closing argument for 2020.
Updates on the missing file, the FBI, the gun, and a new team of attorneys
Buddy Parnell represented Charles Wakefield, Jr. and while he was preparing the case, his son Sefton was awaiting the first of five kidney transplants. In this short bonus episode, Sefton's mother, Mary Jane Parnell, explains how Sefton affected their li.
How did prosecutors convict Charles Wakefield Jr.? They played by the rules...just not the rules you know.
Murder, etc. producer Brad Willis speaks in front of a live audience at Greenville's Endeavor