Season 3, Episode 18: Grandma's House
Aren’t Grandmas the best? I loved to go visit with mine at her house, and I’ve got so many good memories of time spent there. Which is why I can’t fathom who would’ve wanted to hurt the two grandmas we're going to talk about today, Grace Kennedy or Madeline Johnson. Let’s investigate their stories and see if someone who knows something will come forward. And believe me - there’s ALWAYS someone who knows something, so we’ll talk about what I think is a creative way to get cold cases in front of people and brainstorm how we can get more creative to get more cold cases solved.
If you love your grandma, or if you ARE a grandma, this episode is really going to hit home with you and make you so ready to go round up some bad guys. The more I learned about these two amazing women the more I wanted to do something to help solve their cases, and other cases where victim’s families haven’t yet found justice. And we’ll talk about a way you can get involved in doing that. Let me give you a little hint - when I deal out this idea, you’ll want to follow suit.
Together, we can get more people to come forward when they have information about a crime. And the Bible says that when we’ve witnessed something and we DON’T come forward, it’s actually a sin! “If you sin by not stepping up and offering yourself as a witness to something you’ve heard or seen in cases of wrongdoing, you’ll be held responsible.” Lev 5:1 MSG. I hope you’ll share this episode with people you know in Ohio and Washington state and maybe someone will come forward to help solve Grace and Madeline’s cases.
If you have any information about Grace Kennedy, please call the Bryan police department at (419) 636-4233, or the Williams County Crime Stoppers at (419) 485-9302.
If you have any information about Madeline Johnson, please call the tip line at (800) 222-8477, or the sherif’s tip line at (425) 388-3845.