Someone Knows Somethingwith David Ridgen
See photos of the Greavettes' family home and surrounding property.
The Crime Scene
See photos from December 12, 1996, the day Wayne Greavette was murdered.
A timeline of key dates and events in the missing person case of Adrien McNaughton. As the show progresses, and new evidence and information is revealed, this timeline will be updated to help provide an overview of the case.
What we learned in season one of Someone Knows Something
David Ridgen reflects on the Adrien McNaughton case
Listen to Season 4: Greavette
Wayne Greavette was killed by a bomb mailed to his home. In Season 4 of Someone Knows Something, Greavette’s wife, son and daughter join host David Ridgen to find out who might have sent it, and why.
Learn more about the typewriter and daisy wheel that was used to compose the letter.
Learn about the fatal package that was sent to Wayne Greavette.
View the police sketches of the two men that were seen at the post office asking for Wayne Greavette's address.
Learn about the flashlight that was used to kill Wayne Greavette.
Learn more about the letter that came with the flashlight bomb.
See photos of Wayne Greavette and his family.
How to share a tip with SKS
Learn how you can get in touch about Wayne Greavette's case.
Episode 7: Epilogue
Photos of the people and places mentioned in Episode 7: Epilogue.
About Someone Knows Something
About CBC's original podcast series Someone Knows Something.
A Christmas check-in with Odette
David visits Odette Fisher, the mother of Sheryl Sheppard from Season 2 of SKS.
Hear 3 bonus scenes from Season 3: Dee & Moore
Here’s a small example of what was left on the cutting room floor.
New season investigates a 1964 murder by the Ku Klux Klan
In 1964, the remains of Charles Moore and Henry Dee were found in the Mississippi River. But no one was convicted. 40 years later, Charles's brother Thomas returns to Mississippi with David Ridgen to reopen the case and confront the Klan.
Season 2: Sheryl Sheppard
What happened to Sheryl Sheppard? Documentarian David Ridgen investigates a missing person's case from Hamilton, Ontario.
Trial of James Seale
Photos taken during the 2007 trial of James Ford Seale.
Charles Edwards and James Seale's arrest photos
Photos of Klansmen Charles Edwards and James Seale at the time of their arrest on November 6, 1964.
Charles Moore's grave
See photos of Charles Moore's grave.
Henry Dee's grave
See photos of Henry Dee's grave.
Thomas in the military
Photos of Thomas when he was serving in the military.
Franklin County, Mississippi
Photos of places located in Franklin County, M.S.
Photos of Thomas Moore, the older brother of Charles Moore, one of the victims murdered by the Ku Klux Klan in 1964.