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Season 3, Episode 11 – Jodi’s Network of Hope

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In this episode you’ll hear from Candy Host, Chairman of the Board of Jodi’s Network of Hope, which is is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation founded in 2005 on the 10 year anniversary of Jodi’s abduction. The group promotes positive educational opportunities for students and supports safety training and awareness.

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In this episode you’ll also hear from Joe Vigil, who worked with Jodi at the campus television station when they were attending St. Cloud State University together, and then in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 1992.

This is the final regular episode of Season 3, but we’ll be continuing the Frozen Files series for our Patreon supporters this week. $5 per month Frozen Files supporters will receive a new unsolved case, mystery, or just great story each week. Sign up to receive Frozen Files episodes weekly following the conclusion of Season 3.


  1. Sandy Fuller April 6, 2019

    Thank you for this personal portrait of Jodi…I’m even more vested now in her case. Question… sounds as though you won’t be offering an Episode 4 of Frozen Truth. That’s
    too bad because the work here is excellent, entertaining and, I believe, empowering
    to the three cases so far. I will look forward to Frozen Files…but hopefully we’ll hear
    more from you on this level too, moving forward into 2019-20.

  2. Carol Engle June 2, 2019

    I moved to Iowa city two months after Jodi H disappeared. So when I heard your podcast…. I was glued. So … I just wondered … has anyone ever thought of consulting a psychic? I know it sounds goofy but I’ve watched you tube—several crimes solved because the psychic gave way important tips.
    You also wonder if one can look into that white ford van. I’m kinda shocked that no leads came from that? I wonder if all mason city van registrations that year can be viewed? I mean it might not help if the van was from a different county. But…. so just a few thoughts. I feel the same about Amy B (she was friends of my friends at UW).

    Thank you for what you are doing! I know it’s meant the world to Amy’s friends…..

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