PORTLAND, Ore. — KGW launched a new, true crime podcast called "The Yellow Car." It focuses on the case of Effie Entezari.
The daycare owner and mother of two from Vancouver was shot to death just outside of her apartment in 1989. A man was arrested and served 16 years in prison for the crime.
But Effie’s daughter, Pooneh Gray, is convinced police got the wrong man. She’s spent 31 years and over a million dollars tailing the people she believes organized a hit on her mother.
And now, her team of lawyers, private investigators and forensics experts, bolstered by recent advancements in DNA technology, are closer than ever to catching who they believe is the real killer.
From the team that brought you the award-winning true crime podcast "Urge To Kill" comes "The Yellow Car."
You can listen to the first two episodes starting July 7 wherever you get your podcasts, including:
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You can listen to Urge to Kill here