Marcia Clark Investigates the First 48: The Podcast

Marcia Clark Investigates the First 48: The Podcast

Famed prosecutor and defense attorney Marcia Clark delves into some of the most controversial homicides in America. These are cases that have shocked and captivated the public, but have outcomes that are either unresolved, or leave more questions than answers. Now, Marcia will speak with experts, review the facts, and use her own expertise to shed new light on cases which have been left in the darkness.


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Episode 7: Billionaire Boys Club

A group of young men form a private investment group known as the Billionaire Boys Club. But some bad investments lead to the founding club members getting in over their heads and owing a lot of money. Investments turn to scams, and before long, murder.
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Episode 6: Jam Master Jay

Jason Mizell, better known by his stage name, "Jam Master Jay" was the DJ in the seminal hip-hop group Run DMC. He was also gunned down in his recording studio in Queens, New York. And despite five eye-witnesses, his murder remains unsolved. Featuring author Matt Diehl, and journalist Frank Owen.
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Episode 5: The Spreckels Mansion

The body of Rebecca Zahau was found hanging from a balcony at the Spreckels Mansion in Coronado, California. She was bound, gagged, and naked. The police ruled her death a suicide, but many, including Rebecca's family, believe she was murdered. How did Rebecca Zahau really die? Featuring attorney Keith Greer. Plus, Marcia answers questions from last week's episode on Robert Blake.
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Episode 4: Robert Blake

The wife of Robert Blake, a famous Hollywood actor, was murdered in cold blood as she waited in their parked car outside of a restaurant. Police suspected Blake of committing the murder, but the story only gets more complicated from there. Featuring reporter Eric Leonard, and jurors from Robert Blake’s criminal trial, Roberto Emerick and Chuck Safco.
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Episode 3: Chandra Levy

You probably remember the disappearance of Chandra Levy. And you probably remember the name Gary Condit, the former Congressman who got wrapped up in the investigation. Chandra's case was a big story at the time, and was all over the national news. But there's so much more to the story that you don't know. Featuring Criminologist Dr. Kim Rossmo, and Tim Heaphy, a former U.S. Attorney.
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Episode 2: Drew Peterson

The third and fourth wives of Drew Peterson both vanished mysteriously. On this episode, Marcia Clark examines how Stacy Peterson and Kathleen Savio ended up married to Drew, what happened to them, and how they might have been saved. Featuring Kathleen's lawyer Harry Smith, Kathleen's sister Susan Doman, Stacy's friend Sharon Bychowski, Stacy's Aunt Candace Aikin, and Jacquie Marroquin, Director of Programs at the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence.
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Episode 1: Casey Anthony

World famous prosecutor, Marcia Clark, investigates the unresolved death of toddler Caylee Anthony, including the bizarre circumstances and behavior surrounding the child's mother, Casey Anthony. Featuring Psychoanalyst, Dr. Bethany Marshall, and Jury Consultant, Richard Gabriel.
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Marcia Clark Investigates the First 48: The Podcast begins March 28th. Get a taste of what's in store, and don't miss the premiere of the new series March 29 at 9P.
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