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9 minutes | Mar 20, 2021
Since the release of the initial episodes of the podcast, Pam has been taking direct action to help others who are affected by trauma, sexual assault, trafficking and abuse. She has been volunteering in an outreach program that offers assistance to cis and transgendered women on the street with the organization 1DL2H. In this audio clip, you will hear Pam telling the story of her early adulthood, her struggle to manage the impact of her trauma, and her discovery of the importance of community. She was asked to speak publicly about her experiences at a fundraiser for several of the programs run by 1DL2H. More information can be found at www.1DL2H.org, and will be discussed further in the next episode of the podcast.
26 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
Episode 10: The Dogs
In our first episode of 2021, we dig into dogfighting, it's history in Columbus and real evidence of underground dogfighting rings here in the 1970's. Could this turn up a lead?
25 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
Episode 9: Yost Hunt
We explore one of the names on Pam's list, James Yost, a man who she thought played a central role in her memories as a young girl. This story, however, is about to get a bit more complicated.
23 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
Episode 8: Removed
Unfortunately, due to concerns over safety. This episode has been removed per the wishes of the person it centers around. The overall podcast, however, will not be impacted.
41 minutes | Oct 18, 2020
Episode 7: Amy's Story
This episode is a phone conversation with Pam's older sister, Amy, who takes us back to the 70's but this time from her point of view.
2 minutes | Oct 15, 2020
Behind the Scenes: Emotional Shackles
While Pam has done so much incredible therapy to get to where she is today, she still has moments where her emotions overwhelm and imprison her. These common moments in the lives of victims of trauma are usually buried away, hidden from the world and experienced in complete solitude. Pam has decided to instead share this moment with you, recording herself on the floor of her bedroom as the emotions debilitate her. The effects of trauma are often disregarded by society, employers, the government and larger institutions because moments like this mostly go unnoticed. Imagine trying to raise a family, keep a steady job, pursue romantic relationships or maintain roles in society while experiencing what Pam is going through in this audio.
21 minutes | Oct 11, 2020
Episode 6: Q's and Some A's
We ask the questions that will be at the heart of our investigation and Pamela answers a few from her years of searching for truth. Warning: this episode contains a few curse words.
2 minutes | Oct 10, 2020
Listener Reactions #1
Pam reads some of the messages she has received in the first month of this podcast's release. If you would like to send a message to Pam, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
24 minutes | Oct 4, 2020
Pamela's Story Pt. 5
Pamela takes us through the last memory of her childhood that we will use for our investigation in this podcast. It is a strange meeting that would come to define a lot of her experiences as a kid and give this podcast its name. On a later episode we will dig into a lot more evidence on the KKK in Ohio, but for now here is the last piece of Pamela's Story.
3 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
1978: An Audio Time Capsule
This segment is an audio exploration of 1978, a year of serial killers, cult movies, racial discrimination, and disco. It was flashier than the 20's, bloodier than the 40's, and sexier than the 60's. Monsters jumped out of fiction and onto the daily news broadcast, egged on by even more global attention than that of Hollywood celebrities. Crime sold the news, sex sold music, and horror sold cinema. The traditionalist fears of white America grew despite complete systemic control, and regardless of the simultaneous dwindling of national civil rights energy from the 60's. Warning: this segment contains a racial slur.
37 minutes | Sep 27, 2020
Pamela's Story Pt. 4
This episode of the podcast explores several of the memories in which Pam was forced into child prostitution by her step-father. We are aware that it is a very intense episode, but part of the power that these men had over her was the secrecy and silence that they forced her into and the horrific memory of the time she tried to speak up and get out. By releasing this episode we are finally breaking that decades after the fact.
5 minutes | Sep 26, 2020
Discussing Child Abuse (Trigger Warning for Pt. 4)
Pt. 4 of Pamela's Story will go into several of the instances of physical and sexual abuse that Pam experienced as a young girl. However, the way in which Drew and Pam talk about it is unlike typical salacious journalism or dramatic Hollywood cinema on the subject. This audio clip explores the way in which child abuse is discussed in KKKilled and is somewhat of a disclaimer for the next episode, Pamela's Story Pt. 4.
32 minutes | Sep 20, 2020
Pamela's Story Pt. 3
An introduction to the way the men in Pamela's memories would treat women and young girls, this episode details Pam's first few experiences with sexual abuse and the sick world of her step father.
4 minutes | Sep 17, 2020
Journal Entry #2
Pamela has done extensive journaling as part of her therapy as an adult. We will release different journal entries read by Pam as bonus content throughout this investigation. Here is the second of those, a reflection on how her childhood has affected different aspects of her adult life.
30 minutes | Sep 13, 2020
Pamela's Story Pt. 2
Pam takes us through the night after the boy was attacked by the fighting dog, as well as the following day when a man comes in search of him; our story takes grimmer turns than an accidental death by a dog.
3 minutes | Sep 9, 2020
Journal Entry #1
Pamela has done extensive journaling as part of her therapy as an adult. We will release different journal entries read by Pam as bonus content throughout this investigation. Here is the first of those, the moment in which the little boy dies.
24 minutes | Sep 6, 2020
Pamela's Story Pt. 1
Pamela takes us back to the summer of 1978 when she witnessed the death of a little boy and the cover up that quickly followed. It's a horrifying memory, but one that is the crux of our investigation this season.
2 minutes | Sep 2, 2020
Introduction to KKKilled
Welcome to a new type of true crime podcast. This season is rooted in a little girl's horrific memories, and there's no hard evidence that any crime was ever committed. Come investigate with us as we try to find some if any proof and perhaps solve the biggest mystery; who was that little boy?
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