HELL AND GONE: Podcast features Rebekah Gould cold case

HELL AND GONE: Podcast features Rebekah Gould cold case
A new podcast features the cold case investigation of Rebekah Gould's 2004 murder. (Source: iHeartMedia

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - A new podcast released on Wednesday examines the 14-year-old murder of Rebekah Gould.

It’s a case Region 8 News has followed since the beginning.

The 22-year-old woman from Mountain View was killed on September 20, 2004, but no arrest has ever been made in the death investigation.

Private Investigator Catherine Townsend has taken a new look at the cold case.

Hell and Gone: Investigator's new podcast on Rebekah Gould cold case debuts. Catherine Townsend spoke with Region 8 News in April 2018 about her podcast.
Hell and Gone: Investigator's new podcast on Rebekah Gould cold case debuts. Catherine Townsend spoke with Region 8 News in April 2018 about her podcast. (Source: KAIT-TV)

“She had a lot of friends and family who loved her. And somebody needs to be brought to justice for this. It’s been 14 years and it’s time,” Townsend told us in an interview in April 2018.

Townsend detailed her investigation in Hell and Gone, a new podcast from School of Humans, in partnership with iHeartMedia and HowStuffWorks.

The podcast, according to iHeartMedia, is an 8-part series. New episodes debut every Wednesday starting Oct. 17.

The podcast will “take listeners through a real-time murder investigation as Townsend and her team interview new witnesses, unearth evidence and leave no stone unturned on their hunt for Gould’s killer,” the release said.

To listen to the first episode of the podcast, click here.

For our full interview with Townsend previewing her podcast, click here.

For our previous examination of the cold case, click here.

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