Billy Jensen is a writer, true crime journalist, mainly focused squarely on unsolved murders and missing persons, and co-host of The First Degree Podcast.
It’s the night before Valentine’s Day. Police arrive at an Air Bnb to find a man on the floor, covered in blood, his neck slashed. Atop of him is a woman, covered in blood. Through her sobs she says two words “I’m sorry!” What happened? In episode 132, Jac, Alexis and Billy delve into the stabbing death of Yousuf Rassmussen allegedly at the hands of Sophia Negroponte—the daughter of a high-ranking diplomat—in a case that is still reverberating through the powerful corridors of Washington DC. Please support the show by checking out our sponsors! PlushCare - Go to to start your FREE 30-day trial.
Melissa McCarty and Kelly McLear from the Killer Genes podcast join Paul and Billy to discuss the cases of possible black widower Thomas Randolph. Randolph has been married six times and charged with two of his wives' death.  See for privacy information.
An 18-year-old is found running down the street, screaming, naked and covered in blood. In the house she ran from the police find a horrific scene. In a case that seems cut and dry a dark turn emerges. In episode 131, Jac, Alexis and Billy delve into the case of Brent Fitch—the who, the where, and most importantly— the why.
Alaina and Ash from Morbid: A True Crime Podcast join Paul and Billy this week to discuss the unsolved murders of Michelle Guse, Denise Milner and Lori Farmer. The three girls were murdered while at an Oklahoma Girl Scout camp in 1977. The case remains unsolved to this day.  See for privacy information.
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Los Angeles, California, USA
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1 week, 4 days
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