We’re Dealing You In
From the minds of the world-famous Crime Junkie Podcast, host Ashley Flowers takes true-crime listeners through a deck of playing cards that is unlike any other.
Solving the toughest criminal investigations sometimes requires a game of risk. Each week, host Ashley Flowers tells you the story of a person whose murder or mysterious disappearance has gone unsolved for years in audiochuck’s new weekly true-crime podcast called, The Deck. These cases are the coldest of cases. So cold that law enforcement agencies have put victim’s faces on decks of playing cards and passed them out in jails and prisons hoping they might make their way into the hands of someone with answers. They’re known as cold case playing card decks and for the first time ever, we’re dealing YOU in.
Join us every Wednesday as we work with investigators and victims’ family members to recount the details of these cases in hopes that justice may finally be served.
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In April 1999, U.S. Army veteran Roberta Johnson was joyfully anticipating some major milestones for her family, including the imminent birth of her son who was due any day as well as watching her then-17-year-old daughter, Arkeisha, collect her high school diploma at her upcoming graduation. But on April 26th, Roberta’s body was found in a shallow grave off a dirt road. Investigators think one man may hold the answers to her murder … except he hasn’t been willing to talk for over two decades.
James Winston III, a 35-year-old father of six, was waiting for a friend to come over in the wee morning hours of February 16, 2020, when two unknown individuals barged into his apartment and shot him to death. There are many questions still swirling around James’ homicide that leave detectives stumped, but there’s one thing those closest to the case are confident about: James knew his killers.
James Rowe, 60, and his roommates, married couple John and Nancy Spivey, 33 and 37 respectively, spent their last night alive, January 9th, 1991, hosting friends for drinks and card games at their apartment in St. Petersburg, Florida. The three were found bludgeoned to death the following morning. After 31 years, their killer — or killers — continues to elude investigators, with just a handful of tips having come in over years.
When a Jewish activist and philanthropist didn’t show up for dinner, his friends and girlfriend didn’t know what to expect.
In November 1980, 13-year-old Frankie Harvey was shot and left to die in a gravel pit in Wrentham, Massachusetts.
After days of searching for 14-year-old Jenny Lin’s killer, detectives received some promising tips that left everyone hopeful they’d solve one of the most disturbing murders Alameda County had ever seen.
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