I just came across the above podcast, it was uploaded 3 days ago. Paul Holes is a retired cold-case investigator and helped identify the Golden State Killer. He has a show on Oxygen where he investigates cold cases. It is a really good show but there are only about 5 episodes. I haven't listened to the podcast yet but I am hoping he does it justice and comes to his own conclusion based on the available evidence & case files.
I listened to the podcast and it is definitely worth a listen. I thought they did a great job. Paul Holes mentioned he was in contact with PCOS in 2010 while he was investigating a suspect for the GSK case. He said this suspect worked for Western Pacific Railroad as a brakeman and was in and out of Keddie all the time, he came across the keddie murders and thought they may be connected to this suspect. He did not name the suspect but I thought that was very interesting.
I felt they did a good job sticking to the facts and remaining neutral. When the rumors of Sue encouraging Marilyn to leave Marty, Bo asking Sue out and of the possible affair between Marty & Sue, he said those could all certainly be motives for murder.
They discussed the "love letter"....he said that letter has been taken out of context. That he had obtained a copy of the entire letter, not just the "4 lives" section, and it's obvious Marty is speaking about giving up his children to be with Marilyn! Finally!
Marty's confession to his therapist was also brought up. He said he would need to find out more information regarding the confession to weigh in on its legitimacy. However, what we do know Marty supposedly said lacks detail which is common in false confessions. Plus the fact he had inside knowledge since his stepson was in the house. He also did not buy Marty's explanation that Tina had to be "disposed of" because she was witness. John & Dana were also witnesses so if that was the case she would have been left with them. He feels Tina was removed for another purpose.
They also offered help to PCOS if they want it. He mentioned he has been interested in this case so hopefully PCOS will take up the offer or maybe he will look into it more himself. He feels the case could be solved and having more information from the crime scene, such as whose DNA was on the carpet underneath the cushion Dana was on, would help reconstruct the order of events.