True Cold Case Files: A JPF Production Podcast!

Jason Futch

New member
Hello Crimewatchers! I am so glad to be back after that little hiatus during the new year! I have some news to share with everyone concerning TCCF, and because of the awesomeness that CW has offered toward my project, I am happy to release some things in advance of tomorrow's important announcement.

1. We Ran Into A Little Problem: TCCF has always been the place for Daisy and I to discuss cold cases that rarely ever get the attention that they deserved. We tried our best to help bring these cases to light in an attempt to reinvigorate said cases. In fact, we have an interesting number of people who tune into the Anchor podcast vs. our YouTube channel. However we had some issues ranging from a creative "snag" on my end, in which I kinda lost my motivation, to equipment failure. Some of these problems, along with others, resulted in me taking a break from TCCF. In the spare time I had, I converted the shows on Anchor to YouTube format; giving the YouTube Channel new life since I was posting videos on there for Season 1.

2. A New Outlook: Then we fast forward to last week. I decided I needed to make some changes to the programming, and because of this, the result is that the rest Season 2 WILL BE HAPPENING! With that said, we have decided to cut the number of episodes down to 10. The list of cases to be covered will be covered in a minute. We will pick up on Season 2 in March, and should be finished by April. We are exploring the possibility of not timing the episode releases; instead focusing on a more spontaneous release. We may have two episodes released in one week, one episode in a week, or more than two in a week! Who knows? I'll keep everyone posted.

3. A New Co-Host: With a new outlook comes some changes. Daisy Chains was my co-host and has always been a dear friend of mine for a while. But then in January, when I hit a creative snag, I decided to take a break. When I brought the break up to Daisy, she agreed that she needed to no longer be involved because of how depressing and stressful the content could be. I can respect that because I experienced the same stress as well. So with the reinvigorated Season 2, I decided to bring in a new co-host. Most of you probably know him: It's Nick Wagler of the Unidentified Wiki website! Nick accepted my invitation to co-host the show just recently and I am looking forward to working with him and hearing his input on the cases we cover.

4. The Cases: Nick and I plan to bring the listeners 10 MORE CASES! That will cap our show off at 20 episodes. The episodes will be as follows in order (DATES AND TIMES TO BE ANNOUNCED):
  1. Tiffany Sessions and Kamrie Mitchell (Missing in Florida Spotlight) feat. Stefani Warden, Kamrie's mother
  2. George Hawkins and the Carroll County, KY Doe feat. Todd Matthews of NamUs
  3. Troy Galloway Disappearance feat. Nancy Galloway, Troy's mother
  4. Walker County Jane Doe
  5. Opileka Jane Doe
  6. Belle Chasse John Doe
  7. Spokane Valley Jane Doe
  8. Kenneth Saunders Disappearance
  9. Marjorie Luna Disappearance
  10. Joanie Hall Disappearance​
That's all I have for now! I am excited to have the chance once again to promote the podcast with CW's help! ALSO: If you have a case you would like for me to cover, feel free to post it on the board, or message me! I also can be reached via email at jpfproductionslead@gmail.com

Thanks Everyone!
 

Kimster

Director
Staff member
Hello Crimewatchers! I am so glad to be back after that little hiatus during the new year! I have some news to share with everyone concerning TCCF, and because of the awesomeness that CW has offered toward my project, I am happy to release some things in advance of tomorrow's important announcement.

1. We Ran Into A Little Problem: TCCF has always been the place for Daisy and I to discuss cold cases that rarely ever get the attention that they deserved. We tried our best to help bring these cases to light in an attempt to reinvigorate said cases. In fact, we have an interesting number of people who tune into the Anchor podcast vs. our YouTube channel. However we had some issues ranging from a creative "snag" on my end, in which I kinda lost my motivation, to equipment failure. Some of these problems, along with others, resulted in me taking a break from TCCF. In the spare time I had, I converted the shows on Anchor to YouTube format; giving the YouTube Channel new life since I was posting videos on there for Season 1.

2. A New Outlook: Then we fast forward to last week. I decided I needed to make some changes to the programming, and because of this, the result is that the rest Season 2 WILL BE HAPPENING! With that said, we have decided to cut the number of episodes down to 10. The list of cases to be covered will be covered in a minute. We will pick up on Season 2 in March, and should be finished by April. We are exploring the possibility of not timing the episode releases; instead focusing on a more spontaneous release. We may have two episodes released in one week, one episode in a week, or more than two in a week! Who knows? I'll keep everyone posted.

3. A New Co-Host: With a new outlook comes some changes. Daisy Chains was my co-host and has always been a dear friend of mine for a while. But then in January, when I hit a creative snag, I decided to take a break. When I brought the break up to Daisy, she agreed that she needed to no longer be involved because of how depressing and stressful the content could be. I can respect that because I experienced the same stress as well. So with the reinvigorated Season 2, I decided to bring in a new co-host. Most of you probably know him: It's Nick Wagler of the Unidentified Wiki website! Nick accepted my invitation to co-host the show just recently and I am looking forward to working with him and hearing his input on the cases we cover.

4. The Cases: Nick and I plan to bring the listeners 10 MORE CASES! That will cap our show off at 20 episodes. The episodes will be as follows in order (DATES AND TIMES TO BE ANNOUNCED):
  1. Tiffany Sessions and Kamrie Mitchell (Missing in Florida Spotlight) feat. Stefani Warden, Kamrie's mother
  2. George Hawkins and the Carroll County, KY Doe feat. Todd Matthews of NamUs
  3. Troy Galloway Disappearance feat. Nancy Galloway, Troy's mother
  4. Walker County Jane Doe
  5. Opileka Jane Doe
  6. Belle Chasse John Doe
  7. Spokane Valley Jane Doe
  8. Kenneth Saunders Disappearance
  9. Marjorie Luna Disappearance
  10. Joanie Hall Disappearance​
That's all I have for now! I am excited to have the chance once again to promote the podcast with CW's help! ALSO: If you have a case you would like for me to cover, feel free to post it on the board, or message me! I also can be reached via email at jpfproductionslead@gmail.com

Thanks Everyone!
I missed this as I was at a conference last week! Sounds like you've had to make changes due to challenges as we were dealing with our own! Good to know all of us are moving forward again for the cause of those who can't speak for themselves.

:grouphug:
 

Kimster

Director
Staff member
Hello Crimewatchers! I am so glad to be back after that little hiatus during the new year! I have some news to share with everyone concerning TCCF, and because of the awesomeness that CW has offered toward my project, I am happy to release some things in advance of tomorrow's important announcement.

1. We Ran Into A Little Problem: TCCF has always been the place for Daisy and I to discuss cold cases that rarely ever get the attention that they deserved. We tried our best to help bring these cases to light in an attempt to reinvigorate said cases. In fact, we have an interesting number of people who tune into the Anchor podcast vs. our YouTube channel. However we had some issues ranging from a creative "snag" on my end, in which I kinda lost my motivation, to equipment failure. Some of these problems, along with others, resulted in me taking a break from TCCF. In the spare time I had, I converted the shows on Anchor to YouTube format; giving the YouTube Channel new life since I was posting videos on there for Season 1.

2. A New Outlook: Then we fast forward to last week. I decided I needed to make some changes to the programming, and because of this, the result is that the rest Season 2 WILL BE HAPPENING! With that said, we have decided to cut the number of episodes down to 10. The list of cases to be covered will be covered in a minute. We will pick up on Season 2 in March, and should be finished by April. We are exploring the possibility of not timing the episode releases; instead focusing on a more spontaneous release. We may have two episodes released in one week, one episode in a week, or more than two in a week! Who knows? I'll keep everyone posted.

3. A New Co-Host: With a new outlook comes some changes. Daisy Chains was my co-host and has always been a dear friend of mine for a while. But then in January, when I hit a creative snag, I decided to take a break. When I brought the break up to Daisy, she agreed that she needed to no longer be involved because of how depressing and stressful the content could be. I can respect that because I experienced the same stress as well. So with the reinvigorated Season 2, I decided to bring in a new co-host. Most of you probably know him: It's Nick Wagler of the Unidentified Wiki website! Nick accepted my invitation to co-host the show just recently and I am looking forward to working with him and hearing his input on the cases we cover.

4. The Cases: Nick and I plan to bring the listeners 10 MORE CASES! That will cap our show off at 20 episodes. The episodes will be as follows in order (DATES AND TIMES TO BE ANNOUNCED):
  1. Tiffany Sessions and Kamrie Mitchell (Missing in Florida Spotlight) feat. Stefani Warden, Kamrie's mother
  2. George Hawkins and the Carroll County, KY Doe feat. Todd Matthews of NamUs
  3. Troy Galloway Disappearance feat. Nancy Galloway, Troy's mother
  4. Walker County Jane Doe
  5. Opileka Jane Doe
  6. Belle Chasse John Doe
  7. Spokane Valley Jane Doe
  8. Kenneth Saunders Disappearance
  9. Marjorie Luna Disappearance
  10. Joanie Hall Disappearance​
That's all I have for now! I am excited to have the chance once again to promote the podcast with CW's help! ALSO: If you have a case you would like for me to cover, feel free to post it on the board, or message me! I also can be reached via email at jpfproductionslead@gmail.com

Thanks Everyone!
We need to make sure we have all these cases on here and ready for discussion. Be SURE to listen to Jason's shows as he's been so good to us with his shout outs. :grouphug:
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

Administrator
Staff member
  1. Tiffany Sessions and Kamrie Mitchell (Missing in Florida Spotlight) feat. Stefani Warden, Kamrie's mother
  2. George Hawkins and the Carroll County, KY Doe feat. Todd Matthews of NamUs
  3. Troy Galloway Disappearance feat. Nancy Galloway, Troy's mother
  4. Walker County Jane Doe
  5. Opileka Jane Doe
  6. Belle Chasse John Doe
  7. Spokane Valley Jane Doe
  8. Kenneth Saunders Disappearance
  9. Marjorie Luna Disappearance
  10. Joanie Hall Disappearance​
Not sure which case "Spokane Valley Jane Doe" is?

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4. Walker County Jane Doe - https://www.crimewatchers.net/threa...-along-i-45-near-huntsville-tx-1-nov-1980.30/
5. Oplika Jane Doe - https://www.crimewatchers.net/threa...at-trailer-park-in-opelika-al-28-jan-2012.34/
6. Belle Chasse John Doe - https://www.crimewatchers.net/threa...mmon-tree-in-belle-chasse-la-14-feb-1975.364/
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Jason Futch

New member
Hey there! It should be Millie Doe, the Jane Doe from Spokane that was found in 1984
 

Kimster

Director
Staff member
Thank you @Jason Futch & @SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

Anyone who makes threads for the other cases coming up, be sure to put them in the discussion area so Jason's listeners can join and discuss with us.
 

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