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DAKOTA SPOTLIGHT CHASING BILLY

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Dakota Spotlight took a break from true crime recently to speak with musician, artist and composer Bruce Blackman, the man behind the 1976 pop hit Moonlight Feels Right. The song is featured throughout season four of Dakota Spotlight, Chasing Billy, a pursuit for justice for William Wolf Jr.
North Dakota's most macabre cold case is perhaps the gruesome murder of 21-year-old Billy Wolf, whose body was found floating in the Red River outside of Fargo in August of 1978. Billy's throat had been slashed and his body cut in half at the waist. Listen as the "Dakota Spotlight" podcast investigates this shocking crime and searches for answers.
William Wolf Jr. was violently murdered in the summer of 1978 near Fargo-Moorhead. In this episode, Dakota Spotlight and Forum Communications investigate two tips sent to us by listeners. Could 'Uncle Frank' or 'Bruce' have killed Billy Wolf?
On a Sunday afternoon, late in the summer of 1978, the body of 21-year-old William Wolf Jr. was discovered in the Red River just north of Fargo-Moorhead. Dakota Spotlight and Forum Communications investigate.
On a Sunday afternoon, late in the summer of 1978, the body of 21-year-old William Wolf Jr. was discovered in the Red River just north of Fargo-Moorhead. Dakota Spotlight and Forum Communications investigate.
Listen to Dakota Spotlight, a true crime podcast hosted by James Wolner of Forum Communications Co.

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