Cold Case Canada

Cold Case Canada is an independently produced true crime podcast hosted by Eve Lazarus, a reporter and author based in Vancouver, British Columbia

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Episodes

Friday Oct 21, 2022

In the Halloween Special of 2022 we visit a Victoria golf course, two mansions in Burnaby, and travel to a haunted highway in BC’s interior. Keep the lights on while you listen!
Based on stories from Blood, Sweat and Fear: The Story of Inspector Vance, At Home with History: The secrets of Greater Vancouver’s Heritage Homes, Ghosts: More Eerie Encounters and Ghosts of Vancouver.
With special guests: Bill Allman, Patrick Dunae, Damian Inwood and Greg Mansfield
For more information, please visit my website evelazarus.com 
Sponsors: Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tours, Arsenal Pulp Press
Promo: Fireside Canada 

Friday Oct 14, 2022

On June 26, 1969, 16-year-old Philip Porter left his home in Townsite, Kimberley to run some errands for his mother. The son of the Cominco boss never came home. A ransom note demanding $100,000 for his safe return arrived instead.
This episode is based on a story from Cold Case BC: the stories behind the province's most sensational murders and missing persons cases and includes interviews with family and police.
For more information, please visit my website evelazarus.com 
Sponsors: Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tours, Arsenal Pulp Press
Promo: What Was That Like?

Friday Oct 14, 2022

Ronnie Jack, 26, Doreen Jack, 26, Russell 9, and Ryan 4 were last seen on August 2, 1989 at their home in Prince George. Earlier that night, Ronnie met a guy in the pub who offered him a job bucking logs and Doreen work in the camp kitchen. They told their family that there was a daycare for the boys and they'd be gone about 10 days. And then they vanished. 
This episode is based on a story from Cold Case BC: the stories behind the province's most sensational murders and missing persons cases and includes interviews with family and police.
For more information, please visit my website evelazarus.com 
Sponsors: Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tours, Arsenal Pulp Press
Promo: Dark Poutine

Friday Sep 30, 2022

In 1978, 12-year-old Monica Jack was riding her bike near her home on the Upper Nicola reserve at Quilchena when she was abducted, raped and murdered. And, even though Garry Handlen was a suspect early on in this investigation and questioned in the 1975 murder of 11-year-old Kathryn-Mary Herbert, it would take another 36 years and a Mr. Big sting to convict him.
This episode is based on a story from Cold Case BC: the stories behind the province's most sensational murders and missing persons cases 
For more information, please visit my website evelazarus.com 
Sponsors: Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tours, Arsenal Pulp Press
Promo: True Crime Island

Friday Sep 23, 2022

Saanich residents Tanya Van Cuylenborg, 18 and Jay Cook, 20 were murdered while on an overnight trip to Washington State in 1987. Episode includes interviews with Detective Jim Scharf of the Snohomish Country Sheriff's Office and CeCe Moore, Chief Genetic Genealogist at Parabon Nanolabs, who cracked this case three decades later.
This episode is based on a story from Cold Case BC: the stories behind the province's most sensational murders and missing persons cases 
For more information, please visit my website evelazarus.com 
Sponsors: Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tours, Arsenal Pulp Press
Promo: True Crime Files

Friday Sep 16, 2022

Len Hogue was one of three dirty VPD cops who supplemented their salaries initially through B&Es, escalated to bank robberies, and in 1965 pulled off the biggest heist in Vancouver’s history - $1.2 million worth of bank notes that were being sent back to Ottawa to be destroyed. When police officials caught on, 33-year-old Hogue went home, shot his sleeping wife in the head, and then hunted down and shot his six kids aged between 3 and 14 before turning the gun on himself. Or did he? This is part two of two.
This episode is based on a story from Cold Case BC: the stories behind the province's most sensational murders and missing persons cases 
For more information, please visit my website evelazarus.com 

Friday Sep 09, 2022

In 1956, Len Hogue, David Harrison and Joe Percival joined the Vancouver Police Department and within a few years, became known as the “terrible three.” The cops were supplementing their salaries initially through B&Es, escalated to bank robberies, and in 1965, pulled off the biggest heist in Vancouver’s history - $1.2 million worth of stolen bank notes that were being sent to Ottawa to be destroyed. This is part one of two.
This episode is from my book Cold Case BC: the stories behind the province's most sensational murders and missing persons cases 
For more information, please visit my website evelazarus.com 

Friday Sep 02, 2022

Tanya Busch disappeared on the way to her Vancouver school on June 2, 1972. She was the second 7-year-old abducted in just over two years. Was there a connection?
This episode is based on original research and interviews from a chapter in my book Cold Case Vancouver: the city's most baffling unsolved murders
For photos, show credits, sources and information about my books, blog or podcasts visit: evelazarus.com

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Cold Case Canada

Cold Case Canada is adult-focused, victim-centred and based on original research from Eve’s bestselling books. Episodes include interviews with family, friends and law enforcement. For photos, sources and information about Eve's true crime books, blog or podcasts, please visit evelazarus.com. To join in the conversation, check out the Facebook Cold Case Canada Group.

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