Podcast | About Me
My name is Jennifer Carole. In 1980, my father and stepmother were murdered in Ventura, California, by the Golden State Killer. Of course, at that time, we didn’t know their deaths were caused by a serial killer. I tell their story, actively follow the case real-time and interview people related to the case and crimes. I think it’s one of the few autobiographical, real-time podcasts out there from the point of view of a victim.
I’m also an Energy Life Coach and experienced marketing professional from Silicon Valley who is known for her typos. I have a wonderful, adult daughter, two brothers with great families and my mom is still kicking. If you happen to be interested in learning about how coaching can help, check this out.
The Lawyer's Daughter
In the spirit of true crime, I have a podcast but it’s a little different than most.
This is an autobiographical account includes real-time information about hearings, breaking news and legal strategy. At the same time, I go back in time to the early 1980s, sharing what was happening at the time so you have a better understanding of how our case evolved.
It started out as a horrendous small town murder. Twenty years later our case is connected to others in southern California and we started searching for the Original Nightstalker. And then the connection to the East Area Rapist happened a few years later. Now it’s time for a trial.
The Life Coach Pod Show!
We are in strange times. So let’s get together, have some fun and learn along the way. I blend coaching tips with current events and experienced guests to help us all cope in new ways thanks to Covid-19.
From personal growth to money management to animal health to parenting – we’ll talk to all kinds of people willing to share their insights to help us feel better and cope. The show is “live” via Zoom weekdays at 1pm PT. If you can’t make it, watch the show on YouTube or listen via podcast.
Through the years, I’ve been committed to a few values that have provided me with direction:
1. Everyone is special and deserves to be seen and heard. That is the biggest gift we can give one another.
2. My job is to help others succeed. That is at work and at home.
3. Human rights and civil rights are essential and belong to everyone. It’s our job to make sure they are preserved.
4. Generosity does not diminish a person – abundance comes from giving.
5. Justice is derived by principle, not by authority. Sometimes doing the wrong thing, is the right thing to do.
Please comment if you read something that makes you want to agree, argue or question. I was raised by a lawyer. I can take it.
A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words
My mom and dad as early married people in 1958! I love this photo.
The photog for the New York Times took this one of Katie and I when DeAngelo was arrested April 2018!
And my words on video for the Golden State Killer. This was Unmasking a Killer on HLN. Guess who got the last laugh?