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Ronald Defeo Jr | The Real Amityville Horror | Deep Dive

Ronald "Butch" Defeo Jr. was arrested and convicted for killing his mother, father and four siblings on November 13, 1974 in the house that inspired the Amityville Horror movies. But did he actual commit these murders? Did he have help from a friend and/or sibling? Or...were there much darker forces at work and Butch became possessed by an actual demon? What is the truth?   Crime scene photos and in particular, Dawn's room. Solved or Unsolved: The Defeo Murders Ken's Key Clue: The Defeo Murders #unsolvednomore #solvedorunsolved #detectivemains #kenmains #ronalddefeo #amityvillehorror #butchdefeo #theconjuring #dawndefeo #kenskeyclue #deepdive

Unsolved No More | Audiobook | A Cold Case Detective’s Fight for Justice | Kenneth Mains

This audiobook has been read by Ken Mains himself, not a professional. You will hear some errors along with mispronunciations -- yet that is the way he does things, raw and unedited. He refused to pay a professional "reader" to narrate his own book. So here you have read by the one and only, Detective Ken Mains.  “A voice for all who have been silenced."- Lt. Joe Kenda (ret), the ‘Homicide Hunter’ As a law enforcement officer for more than fifteen years, Detective Kenneth L. Mains has investigated thousands of crimes, including working undercover with the FBI, solving cold case homicides, investigating the Mafia, and leading one of the greatest cold case organizations ever assembled. This is his story and that of the victims for whom he speaks. “A tremendous amount of respect for his investigative insights and his integrity.”— Jim Clemente, former FBI profiler and writer for “Criminal Minds.” UNSOLVED NO MORE will take readers on a journey with a struggling kid who barely graduated high school to a teenager who joined the Marine Corps and finally a man who put himself through college to accomplish his lifelong goal of becoming a police detective. Mains, who is routinely sought out by law enforcement and victims’ families to help solve cold cases, writes about his own investigations to show readers how he goes about solving crimes others had given up on. “I am determined to be the voice of the lost and the forgotten.”—Kenneth Mains #unsolvednomore #kenmains #detectivemains #detectivekenmains #unsolvedmysteries #coldcase

The Incredible Journey of a Cold Case Legend

Go inside the mind of our host Detective Ken Mains. You will hear his story of how he became one of the most sought after cold case detectives in the world. We feel it is important for listeners to get to know Detective Mains and the journey he took from troubled teenager to United States Marine Corps Veteran. His struggles to be the first in his family to graduate from college and become a Police Officer and his work as an undercover narcotics agent with the FBI. Finally his success as a Cold Case Detective leading to the creation of the American Investigative Society of Cold Cases and his co-starring and consulting producer role in the History Channel's five episode true crime television series 'Hunt for the Zodiac Killer'. We feel its important to know the character of a man first and foremost to establish a foundation for the listener. Raw, unrelenting and provocative. Detective Mains fires back at his critics, former zodiac killer detectives and District Attorney officials.  He will talk about his influences, his rock and roll infatuation and his criticism of law enforcement who don't accept help in cold cases.  A true assessment of a man is through his character and as Detective Mains states, "without honesty and integrity you are not much of a man." In this episode you will learn about the man who has been called "One of this Country's Greatest Detectives". 

Jennifer Fairgate

After checking in at a luxury hotel with no ID or credit card, a woman dies from a gunshot. Years later, her identity — and her death — remain a mystery. World renown cold case expert Ken Mains gives his opinion on this new season, episode 2 of Unsolved Mysteries.

Lester Eubanks

Given a furlough to go Christmas shopping in 1973, a convicted killer escapes. Police have come close to apprehending him but believe he's still at large. 

Berkshire UFO

Residents of Berkshire County, Massachusetts, recall their baffling, terrifying experiences with a UFO on the night of September 1, 1969.

John Wheeler

World renown cold case expert Ken Mains gives his opinion on this new season, episode 1 of unsolved mysteries on Netflix detailing the death of John Wheeler. Police find the body of former White House aide Jack Wheeler in a landfill. Security footage captures strange events in the days leading up to his death.

Lena Chapin

Lena Chapin claims on tape that her mother killed her stepfather. Several years later, she's issued a subpoena to testify in court — then disappears. He has been called America's greatest cold case detective. See what Detective Ken Mains has to say about this episode of Unsolved Mysteries, the missing witness, Lena Chapin.

Alonzo Brooks

Alonzo Brooks vanishes after a party. His body is found a month later. Many believe that his unsolved death is a hate crime. Cold case expert, Detective Ken Mains expresses some anger at how this case was handled during this episode, the death of Alonzo Brooks.

Patrice Enders

Patrice Endres abruptly vanishes from the salon she owned within a 13-minute window of time. Exactly 600 days later, her case takes a shocking turn. "This Countries greatest detective" gives his initial reaction to Netflix Unsolved Mysteries, episode two the murder of Patrice Endres.

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