Here's What I've Heard
About This Show
Here's What I've Heard is a serialized audio documentary that investigates family stories through one-on-one interviews and careful research. During Season One, we'll explore the tragic accident that claimed the lives of 24-year-old Gerald Kline, 21-year-old Linda Kline and 15-month-old Theresa Kline. Through years of research and with help from family members, Gerald and Linda's granddaughter, Courtney, has carefully pieced together the bigger picture of what happened on the Avenal Cutoff on November 6, 1965—and the events that transpired after the fact. The podcast is produced by Courtney Abud and Craig Brown, two copywriters working out of Austin, TX. For sponsorship information, please contact us by emailing email@example.com.
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Preview Season One of Here's What I've Heard
Oct 7, 2017
On November 6, 1965, the Kline family was traveling northbound on the Avenal cutoff when their vehicle was hit head-on by a drunk driver. Gerald and Linda Kline, along with their baby daughter, Theresa, were killed almost instantly. Their two young sons, Jerry and Paul, survived—but would forever wonder about the life that could have been.
In the premiere season of Here's What I've Heard, we'll follow Jerry's daughter, Courtney, as she searches for answers about the accident, speaks to those involved to learn details about the tragedy and uncovers an aftermath that's steeped in romance, revenge and murder.
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