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Knock Knock

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Knock Knock is a true crime podcast, hosted by Jason B. Jones, featuring real stories of the families and communities that have lived through the horror of an unsolved murder. Season 1 tells the story of Jason's grandmother, Betty Jones, who was murdered alongside her friend, Kathryn Crigler. In Season 2, we introduce another family that is desperately seeking answers to their loved one's cold case. Together we help tell their story, uncover the details of the crime, and seek justice for the life of the victim.

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Latest Episodes

As Jason and the Knock Knock team arrange for an important in-person meeting, they receive shocking news that could change the trajectory of the investigation. more

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a year ago

Join host, Jason B. Jones, and members of the Knock Knock team as they answer listener questions about transitioning to a new season, key episode details, and 'wine nights' with Teresa. more

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a year ago

As Jason B. Jones and the Knock Knock team dive deeper into the police report of John Bellettieri's case, they come to find that substandard police work leaves them with more questions than answers. more

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2 years ago

Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars from 446 ratings
  • So glad this was finally closed! RIP!!

    I grew up in Starkville and still have close ties to the community I am proud to say I call home. I did not know Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Crigler well. My father’s barber and beauty salon (Synnott’s Barber & Beauty Shop) was across the street from Mrs. Crigler’s home. Mrs. Crigler was a weekly customer. I would see Mrs. Jones on campus occasionally (I worked on campus) and was there several times Mrs. Crigler came in for her hair appointment. more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    whartonc
    United States5 months ago
  • We lived two doors down from this house

    My husband and I were in our mid-twenties in 1990 and lived two doors down from where this happened. We were scared half to death because no one knew who did this horrible thing. We saw the police cars outside the night it happened. So sad. Just a horrific murder that has stayed with me for all of these many years.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    awake to the truth
    United Statesa year ago
  • Sad story

    Interesting and sad. So sorry for your loss. I live in a blue state and crime is horrible despite using familial DNA. DA’s in LA and SF are soft on crime so there is some irony to what your guest in episode 6 talks about. While it’s fabulous to see cases being solved and the correct person being prosecuted for a crime, turning over your DNA to a government entity does not sit well with some people.

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    Coastie26
    United States2 years ago
  • Love the heart + message!!

    I am so glad to have come across this podcast. What an incredible story! I especially loved hearing from Betty’s namesake and the power behind her name. I can relate to that personally. more

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    Nokaoikaneohe
    United States2 years ago
  • Losing me

    Was keeping my interest until ep 6, where, just like everything else in the US, right now, it is taken political….. consequences of familial dba…. How about tell the story without 45 min of propaganda. Also stop saying, ‘let’s take a quick break’ we can’t see u… there are no commercials…. You come right back. There is no break to the listener.

    Apple Podcasts
    3
    baddrapp
    United States2 years ago

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