Special Episode: Regina Walters

At 12pm GMT today we are releasing a special episode of the Out Of The Cold podcast.

This time you will be able to listen at Cold Case Live and wherever you listen to podcasts AND watch the video of this episode on our new YouTube channel.

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The 1990 murder of Texas teenager Regina Walters at the hands of serial killer Robert Ben Rhoades is a truly tragic and disturbing case but is still not the end of the Rhoades’ story.

Make sure you are listening to Out Of The Cold for more insights into this fascinating and horrific case.

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Her father scrambled for a pen as the stranger’s voice continued: “There have been some changes made. I cut her hair. She’s got short hair now. She’s in a barn in a loft.”


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