After 18 years, the family of Rebekah Gould got what many families of cold case victims never get: justice. Listen to on-the-ground audio recorded from the day of the hearing, the reaction from Rebekah’s father, Dr. Larry Gould, new information from investigators, and the many questions still left unanswered.
William Miller accepted a plea deal for first-degree murder, admitting he killed Rebekah Gould. Learn the details of the plea deal hearing and what Miller told Rebekah’s family.
William Miller was back in court for a pre-trial hearing. Hear what happened during this one-day hearing including the showing of Rebekah Gould’s autopsy photos as well as crime-scene photos that revealed new information.
After many delays, William Miller, who is charged with first degree murder of Rebekah Gould, was finally in court for a suppression hearing. Hear what new details were revealed about the murder.
In this episode, hear from Rebekah Gould’s father following the arrest of William Miller and the interactions Jen and George had with Miller before his arrest. Also hear from some of the people who worked tirelessly behind the scenes for years seeking justice for Rebekah.
Hear investigators’ very first conversation about the unsolved murder of Rebekah Gould and early conversations with Rebekah’s father, Dr. Larry Gould. Also hear from others about the early days of the investigation into Rebekah’s murder.
Listen to the first six episodes of AMU’s investigative true-crime podcast, Break the Case, about the murder of Rebekah Gould. Learn how this 16-year cold case finally led to an arrest.
After 16 years as an unsolved cold case, an arrest was finally made in the murder of Rebekah Gould. Learn how the alleged killer reached out to AMU investigators before his arrest.
The producers of CrimeCon invited AMU criminal justice professor Jennifer Bucholtz and investigative reporter George Jared to present an hour-long session detailing their work on the previously unsolved murder of Rebekah Gould, a case that was essentially cold for more than 16 years.