Catherine is a writer, licensed private investigator and podcaster.
Hell and Gone is a real-time investigative podcast that plunges listeners into a new unsolved death each season. Season One focused on the 2004 murder of 22-year-old college student Rebekah Gould in the Arkansas Ozarks, while subsequent series focused on the mysterious deaths of 16-year-old Janie Ward and the disappearance and death of Mitrice Richardson in Lost Hills, California.
You can read about Catherine’s journey from relationship writer to private investigator in the article “Chasing Crooks In My Jimmy Choos,” which Catherine wrote for The Daily Beast.
After beginning her career as a staff writer for New York magazine, Catherine moved to London to create The Independent’s very popular “Sleeping Around” dating column.
Her articles have appeared in publications including The Atlantic, Elle, New York, GQ, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, the Daily Mail, the New York Post, Cosmopolitan, Investigation Discovery and The Huffington Post.
She has worked on numerous TV projects including creating content for Investigation Discovery.
While in the UK she interviewed everyone from the Prime Minster to a Playboy bunny, and wrote bestselling books Sleeping Around and Breaking the Rules (John Murray/Hodder). Catherine has also conceptualized and produced numerous TV and web projects, and created content for various channels including Investigation Discovery.
But her greatest passion has always been solving mysteries. After completing well over the 6000 hours required to become a licensed private investigator in California.
While chasing stories, Catherine has learned to street fight like Sherlock Holmes, dodged bullets in America’s most dangerous small town, and infiltrated the dark cyberworld of the NYPD “Cannibal Cop”.
If you want to know more about how Catherine went from sex columnist to criminologist, her current projects, a potential case – or even how she goes to the bathroom on stakeout – feel free to drop me an email, or find me on social media.