Friday, February 25, 2011

Twitter Cold Case Live Chat #CCLiveChat - Recap 2/25/2011

First Cold Case Live Chat on Twitter

By: Joseph L. Giacalone

@Vidocqq and @ColdCaseSquad (@JoeGiacalone) hosted the first ever Cold Case Live Chat #CCLiveChat this afternoon from 1200 hours to 1300 hours.  They were joined by the following users from the U.S., U.K. and Canada:


Topics ranged from the NYC cold case of missing Judge Joseph Crater in the 1930’s, the slaying of girl scouts in Oklahoma from the 1970’s and the Boy in the Box cold case from Philadelphia from the 1950’s. 

If you would like to read the transcript thanks to @Katcop13 here

Vidster and I are hoping to see further participation by others that wish to help solve the cases that haunt us the most.  We would love to have some police participation and wish to extend an invitation to all next Friday, March 4 at 1200 hours.  

If you have an suggestions, insights or are in need of exposure for your case profiles, please feel free to contact us.

For a more in depth review of the Cold Case Live Chat read post here



  1. I thought it was great, Joe! I think you & Vidster are on to something really special with the live chats. Here's a transcript of the hashtag #CClivechat:
    BTW, I bought your Investigator book via Kindle for Mac. I'm enjoying it very much. You've done an outstanding job!

  2. Hi Kathleen,
    You are too kind! Thanks for your support, I really appreciate it.