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Investigating, researching and reporting on a murder that has been cold for 60 years is difficult on various levels. In order to understand the victim you have to understand the social climate in which they lived and the people that made up their life. You have to get to know the victim through the accounts of their friends and families, any diarie…
 
Law enforcement interviewed approximately 500 people. The case file is massive and is filled with inconsistencies. More specifically, the statements made by the people who claim to know Ruth Whitman contain contradictory information about the moments leading up to her murder. Some accounts place her at a certain time and place, while others insist …
 
55 years ago Catherine Blackburn's niece and sister found her exposed body in the vacant upstairs apartment of her home on Colonie Street in Albany. In 1964, crime scene cleanup wasn't facilitated by police; that burden fell on the deceased's loved ones. Kate's 20-year-old nieces, Sandy and Theresa, had to clean their Aunt's blood from the apartmen…
 
Catherine "Kate" Blackburn was found beaten and stabbed death in the unoccupied upstairs apartment in her Colonie Street home in Albany on September 14, 1964. While Albany Police Detectives at the time went to great lengths to investigate her brutal murder, the case went cold. While it’s important to re-evaluate her case using modern day techniques…
 
Now in its second season, the true crime podcast, in partnership with the Cold Case Analysis Center at the College of St. Rose, investigates the unsolved murders of Catherine ‘Kate’ Blackburn (1964), and Ruth Whitman (1959). While seemingly unconnected, these women have one crucial element in common: their cases aren’t well known to the public. Wit…
 
Now in its second season, this WGY original true-crime podcast, in partnership with the Cold Case Analysis Center at the College of St. Rose, investigates the unsolved murders of Catherine ‘Kate’ Blackburn (1964), and Ruth Whitman (1959). While seemingly unconnected, these women have one crucial element in common: their cases aren’t well known to t…
 
In this episode, we focus on Suzy's life after graduating from high school. How she attended her freshman year at SUNY Oneonta but stayed at her boyfriend Rich's house in The Capital Region nearly every weekend, without her parents knowledge. Her loved ones detail how Suzy's grades started to slip and how she spent the majority of her time with Ric…
 
In this episode we focus on the last two years of Suzy's high school career and her relationship with Rich Condon, whom she dated up until her disappearance on March 2, 1998. We speak to friends of Suzy's from high school who describe her as being open to everyone and had the ability to easily float between the different groups and cliques at schoo…
 
Suzanne Lyall is so much more than her disappearance. She is a daughter, sister, cousin, a hard worker, poet, computer lover, girlfriend, and a friend. In this episode, we speak to members of her immediate family and her two cousins to get at the core of who Suzy was as a child and through her high school years. Her family shares similar anecdotes …
 
In this episode, Dr. Christina Lane, a criminologist and the Director of The Cold Case Analysis Center at The College of Saint Rose and I talk with the lead investigator of the initial investigation, about the framework of her case and how investigations like Suzy's are handled. We hear from Suzy's siblings about the aftermath of her disappearance …
 
The last stranger we've narrowed in on is John Regan. This middle aged man from a prominent family in Waterbury, Connecticut shocked his community, when in 2004 he was arrested on an unlawful restraint charge for attempting to sexually assault his 21-year-old co-worker. Then, DNA taken at the time of his arrest linked him to the 1993 rape of his fr…
 
We've narrowed in on two individuals who, as far as we know, were complete strangers to Suzy. The first is Israel Keyes, a serial killer who claims to have committed a long series of elaborate rapes and murders until his capture in 2012. In this episode we highlight the life and crimes of Israel Keyes and three connections he has to Suzy's case.…
 
In this episode, we detail what happened the day after Suzanne Lyall's disappearance, which remains one of the biggest question marks surrounding her case. On March 3, 1998 $20 was withdrawn using Suzy's ATM card at a Stewart’s convenience store about three miles from campus. We discuss the man identified publicly as “The Nike Man” who was seen at …
 
In Episode 2, In Her Footsteps, we retrace Suzy's steps on her last known day - March 2, 1998. After taking her midterm on the morning of March 2nd Suzy attended classes until 4 PM before heading to work. Before boarding a bus to Crossgates she took $20 out of an ATM at the Key Bank near UAlbany's Uptown campus. When she arrived at Crossgates, she …
 
In Episode 1: A New Beginning - we lay the groundwork for this season. We talk to Suzy’s mother Mary about Suzy and the days that followed her disappearance. We discuss The Center for Hope, the non-profit set up by Suzy’s parents that advocates for missing children and their families, and we highlight how The Cold Case Analysis Center at The Colleg…
 
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