The Fall Line

a true-crime serial podcast investigating under-reported and unsolved cases in the Southeast

Much information comes from our own field work, interviews, and public records research, We also cite the following organizations:

NAMUS

NCMEC

CHARLEY PROJECT

DNA DOE PROJECT

TRANS DOE TASK FORCE

SOVEREIGN BODIES INSTITUTE

URBAN INDIAN HEALTH INSTITUTE

UNITE HERE

POLARIS

ACLU

TRANS DAY OF REMEMBRANCE

TRANS EQUALITY

HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN

RED UMBRELLA PROJECT

GEORGIA EQUALITY PROJECT

FIND A GRAVE

US CENSUS

CITY DATA

COLD CASE PROJECT

FBI HIGHWAY SERIAL KILLINGS INITIATIVE

The following books:

Christopher Hawley Martin, Urges: a chronicle of serial killer Larry Dewayne Hall. 2010.

Deborah Halber, Skeleton Crew: how amateur sleuths are solving America’s Coldest Cases. 2015.

Ginger Strand, Killer on the road: violence and the American highway system, 2014.

Studies and articles (under construction):

Hate Violence Report: Anti-Violence Project, 2009.

Meaningful Work: Trans Experience in the Sex Trade, 2015.

Impact of Immigrant Women on America’s Labor Force, 2017.

Hands Off, Pants On: Sexual Harassment in Chicago’s Hospitality Industry, 2016.

Olivia Smith & Justine Quart, “Underground. . .” ABC News, 2016.

“Hotel Housekeeper Work Getting More Dangerous. . .” Insurance Journal, 2006.

Dave Jamison, “What Housekeepers Endure. . .” Huffington Post, 2017.

Steve Greenhouse, “Sexual Affronts Are . . .” New York Times, 2011.

Keturah Gray, “Housekeepers Use Panic Buttons. . .” ABC, 2018

Alice Robb, “New Study: Housekeepers at Risk. . .” New Republic, 2014.

Michelle Chen, “Hotel Workers Harassed. . .” The Nation, 2015.

David Brody, “How the Design of Hotels. . .” The Atlantic, 2017.

Kevin Robinson-Avila, “Immigrants a Crucial Component. . .” Albuquerque Journal, 2017.

Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz, “Chicago Rolling Out Panic Buttons. . .” Chicago Tribune, 2018.

Robin Urevich, “Housekeepers Call for Panic Buttons. . .” The Guardian, 2018.

Chabeli Herrera, “Miami Beach Fighting. . .” Miami Herald, 2018.

Josh Eidelson, “Hotels Add Panic Buttons. . .” Bloomberg, 2017.

Corey Robin, “Freezing Out Worker Safety,” Jacobin, 2016.

Jeff Martin, “Hotel Workers Seek New Safety Measures. . .” Boston Globe, 2016.

Mark Price, “Charlotte Boy’s Death Not First. . .” Charlotte Observer, 2017.

Gary Hendricks, “Hotel Guests Find Body . . .” AJC, 1995; “Man Sought as Witness,” AJC 1996;

Kathy Scruggs, “Body,” AJC 1995; “Clues Found in Two Beatings,” AJC 1996; “Coventioner Beaten,” AJC 1996; “Suspect Says Hotel Attack…” AJC, 1996; “Crime Label Precedes…” AJC, 1996;

Lynda Longa, “Guests Find Body . . .” AJC, 1995. “Man Police Wanted to Question…” AJC 1996

Christian Boone, “Case Reopened. . .” AJC, 2011.

Wilson Ring, “Man Seeks Aunt’s Killer. . .” AP, 2011.

N/A, Obituary. Atlanta Constitution, 1996.

N/A, The Advocate Reports, The Advocate, 1999.

E Bayrd, PBS Out of the Past, PBS, 1997.

Boys Don’t Cry. IMDB.

Jingle Davis, “Sex Slayings. . .”; “Bat Handle May Be Tied…” Atlanta Constitution Extra, 1999

Diana Tourjeé, “Why Do Men Kill. . .” Broadly, 2015; “Murder of Keisha Jenkins,” Broadly, 2015.

Nancy Badertscher, “A Transgender Murder. . . .” AJC, 2017.

German Lopez, “Epidemic of Violence. . .” Vox, 2015.

N/A (Associated Press), “Beating Remains Mystery. . .” Augusta Chronicle, 2001; “Attack Injures Gay Man. . .” Augusta Chronicle, 2001; “Police Have No New Leads. . .” Florida Times Union, 2001; “Dalton Transvestite Beaten. . .” Augusta Chronicle, 1999; “GBI Investigates Slaying . . .” Atlanta Journal, 1999; “Investigators Search. . . .” Augusta Chronicle, 1999; “Police Searching. . .” Augusta Chronicle, 1999;

Elliot Minor, “GBI Probes Beating. . .”; “Mother Keeps Vigil. . .” Florida Times-Union, 2001

Saeed Ahmed, “Vigil Shows Violence . . .” AJC, 2004.

Skyler Henry, “Murder of the Transgender. . .” News Channel 41, 2015.

Samantha Allen, “The Trans Murder . . .” Daily Beast, 2015.

Elizabeth Segal, “A Transition in Care,” US News Report, 2018.

Tammy Dray, “Dalton, GA…” USA TODAY, 2015.

Becky Taylor, “Do or Dye,” Tifton Gazette, 2014.

Bill Rankin, “Court Circuits Ranked…” AJC, 1998.

N/A (Associated Press), “Jacksonville Man Charged…” Tampa Tribune, 1993; “Body Found”; “Four Slayings”; “Dead Woman May Have Been”; Orlando Sentinel, 1988; "

Christopher Quinn, “Nameless Dead. . .” Orlando Sentinel, 1993.

Linda Chon, “Rural Lake Draws Killers…” Orlando Sentinel, 1992; “Public Asked to Help,” Orlando Sentinel, 1991; “Investigators Still Can’t…” Orlando Sentinel, 1991

Crystal Hayes, “Body Found 25 Years Ago . . .”; “Lake Hopes For Leads”; “Rarely Used Test…” Orlando Sentinel, 2015, 2017.

Karla Ray, “Investigates Controversial Test…” WFTV, 2017.

Lee and Anthony Redgrave, “The Incredible Postmorterm . . .” Unidentified.org, 2018.

Drs. Jooyoung Lee and Sasha Reid, “Serial Killers and Their Easy Prey,” Contexts. 2018

Kat Eschner, “Dr. William Maples. . .” Smithsonian Magazine, 2017.

Molly Bearman, “Between Male . . .” Sapiens.org, 2016.

Joshua Melvin, “The John Doe Files. . .” Mercury News, 2011.