Climb up 130 feet into the crown of a rainforest tree in New Guinea and wait. And wait. Wildlife photographer Tim Laman tells Dick about his journey to photograph every species of the Birds of Paradise. It took him 8 years and 18 expeditions to do it, and there are still a few he was not able to capture. The feathers and colors are hard to believe.
Susie Ray, a painter in London, recently opened a gallery where she displays what she calls her "original copies" – copies she’s made of Monet, Degas and others that are so close to the original, they’ve fooled art dealers and Sotheby's.
Ray Matthews is a painter who's kept his work tucked away in his apartment for years. He sold one painting to the local general store to get some money for medicine for his mother. When Janet Hubbard noticed that painting in the store window, she set out to meet Ray. Also in this episode, Joseph Pfeffer's Chrysler dealership in New Jersey.
Host Dick Gordon speaks with Michelle McNamara, author of the True Crime Diary blog. She and a community of online sleuths have helped detectives take a new look at the Golden State Killer and other cold cases.