Episode 4-4 Victoria's L.I.C. (Low Intelligence Criminal News)
More commonly referred to as dumb crook news, Victoria has selected some of her favorite for today's Shade Of Blue Stories.
"Truth is st...Show More
Episode 4-3 - 1975 Child abduction/Cold case
A Child abduction/Murder cold case investigation from 1975. The Murder of two children who disappeared during a trip to a shopping mall. Justice for th...Show More
Episode -4-2. N.C. Officer killed in his living room.
Season four Episode two.
K-9 officer Witherspoon with the Concord North Carolina Police Department Is killed on his couch in his home. Murder? ...Show More
Episode 4-1 3-25 The Hunt for Rudolph
Season 4 Sept-5 -2020
Between 1996 to 1998, bombs exploded or were located in Atlanta, Birmingham, and Asheville. The Blasts killing two and injuring hundr...Show More
Episode -3-25- Sometimes a man just needs to be shot( and sometimes the Court Agrees.)
A Civil War atrocity. A Year after the war, revenge is found on the small town Southern College Campus of Mars...Show More
Episode 3-24. Murder with a stick? or Honor killing?
The story of one man’s honor when his wife is attacked.
Or is it? Revenge? Honor Killing?
Or just murder with a big stick?
Listen and you decide....Show More
Episode 3-23 A tale of a truly Evil man.
Carl Panzram 1920and 30’s American serial killer, rapist, arsonist, robber, and burglar. In prison he confessions and writes his autobiography. Claiming to ha...Show More
Episode -3-22 Murder and death in 1936 and 1937
Shade of Blue Stories of murder and accidental death in 1936 and 1937.
Domestic calls for service are some of the most dangerous for law enforcement re...Show More
Episode -3-21 Murder of a Swedish Assassin In Western North Carolina?
Investigations are many times all about connections and sometimes connections can cloud the direction of an investigation. Ho...Show More
Episode - 3-20 You got the wrong guy, It wasn't me!
Justice is supposed to be blind. Systems and courts have been set up and established to prevent the innocent from being convicted. Yet the system...Show More