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Cold Case: The pursuit for justice continues: Listen to Episode 2 of "Chasing Billy"

On a Sunday afternoon, late in the summer of 1978, the body of 21-year-old William Wolf Jr. was discovered in the Red River just north of Fargo-Moorhead. Dakota Spotlight and Forum Communications investigate.

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From "Dakota Spotlight Season 4 - "Chasing Billy: A Pursuit for Justice."
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In the second episode of Dakota Spotlight Season 4, host James Wolner continues to investigate the murder of William Wolf Jr.

In episode 2 we learn more about "Billy" and the days leading up to his disappearance. We also will time-travel back to 1978 as we attend a party with Billy and his friends. Finally, we examine long-term memory, how it works, and how we can learn to retrieve some of our more dormant memories.

Season 4 is an ongoing podcast, an investigation playing out in real-time, week-to-week. Wolner invites you to follow along and implores listeners to help find justice for Billy’s family and friends.

Listen to the second episode of "Chasing Billy: A Pursuit for Justice" in the fourth season of true crime podcast Dakota Spotlight.

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SEASON 4 TIP LINE: Help the investigation: Did you know Billy? Do you have information? Contact us.

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dakota spotlight season 4 billy wolf case file
The case file for Billy Wolf's murder has been growing since 1978.

dakota spotlight season 4 billy wolf case file
The case file for Billy Wolf's murder has been growing since 1978.

James Wolner is a Digital Content Producer at Forum Communications Company, Fargo North Dakota and the creator, producer and host of Dakota Spotlight, a true crime podcast. He has lived the Upper Midwest since 2013 and studied photojournalism at California State University at Fresno. He is fluent in English and Swedish.
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