Intermountain PI Podcast | Ep. 20 | October 22, 2019 | Private Investigator Review Digital Voice Recording Pen
Intermountain PI Podcast | Ep. 19 | October 15, 2019 | The Unlikely and Recurring Disappearance of Mr Brooks
In the first place, Fitzgerald Brooks disappeared every night between nine and ten o’clock pm. However, he usually reappeared the next morning. Other times he didn’t return for two or three days. At the time I was on an investigation in Omaha, Nebraska. To begin with, my cell phone rang and it was Meghan Vernon, Mr. Brooks’ sister. She wanted to talk about the unlikely and recurring disappearance of Mr Brooks. For starters, he lived alone in Uvalde, Texas, a small town of about 15,000 people, eighty-five miles west of San Antonio. Second, he lived by himself and was a recipient of a rather sizable family trust. Finally, his recurring disappearances were further complicated by the fact that Fitzgerald Brooks suffered from schizophrenia. Read more “The Unlikely and Recurring Disappearance of Mr Brooks”
Intermountain PI Podcast | Ep. 18 | October 8, 2019 | 6 Private Investigator Tips to Prevent Fraud in Business
Years ago I worked for a guy whose form of case management was writing notes on the back of manilla folders. In fact, he once told me, “Go do surveillance on that lady. You know, the one with the red car.” He became visibly upset when I couldn’t remember who he was talking about.
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Intermountain PI Podcast | Ep. 17 | October 1, 2019 | Private Investigator Andy Kay and Construction Fraud
It was a family business. As a young man Andy started out doing the scut work most laborers do in construction. From there, he worked his way up learning every facet of the construction business. Eventually, he became licensed in general engineering and as a general building contractor. Later on, he began working as a private investigator for a retired FBI Special Agent while he was in college. Up to the present time, Andy has remained in the construction and private investigation industries. So, why should you care? Because when it comes to private investigator Andy Kay and construction fraud…there’s no better expert.
Intermountain PI Podcast | Ep. 16 | September 24, 2019 | Review of Jay J Armes Investigator by Jay J Armes
In the late 1970’s, my uncle George Cain was a private investigator in San Antonio. At the time I was 16-years-old and often tagged along with him on surveillance. During one such surveillance my uncle handed me a worn paperback book. “I got this for you” he said. “I thought you might like it.” As it turned out, it was a dusty 1977 Avon paperback book. It was entitled, Jay J Armes Investigator: The Astonishing True Story of the World’s #1 Private Eye and Real-Life Six-Million Dollar Man. I had never heard of Jay J. Armes. But I started reading the book and I was hooked. You will be too.