Frank Walker

Episode 8: A Bunch of Amateurs

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A Bunch of Amateurs is based on a quote from 1975 Greenville County Sheriff Cash Williams who, just a few weeks before Frank Looper’s murder, said his county didn’t have an organized crime problem. Sheriff Williams said his county only had to worry about a bunch of amateurs. For more, read the show notes or listen to the episode above.

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Show notes:

A Bunch of Amateurs is based on a quote from 1975 Greenville County Sheriff Cash Williams who said his county didn’t have an organized crime problem.

It begins with a bungled drug crime that took place four weeks before Frank Looper died, and it introduces the infamous Greenville drug thief and drug dealer behind it, Jackie Delk.

Listeners are then introduced to Ivan Nachman (aka Ryan Quade Emerson), the internal affairs investigator hired by Greenville County Sheriff Cash Williams. Listeners learn just how damaging it can be for a lawman to hire someone to investigate his own department.

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Episode 3: Ghost Bridge

Greenville, South Carolina has earned its ghosts. They’ve come from all haunts. Lawmen have killed other lawmen. Contract killers have rid their criminal syndicates of their rats. Eyewitnesses have disappeared into the ether. Ghost Bridge hunts those ghosts and reveals some startling stories that happened right around the time someone murdered Rufus and Frank Looper.

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