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True crime podcasting often forgets that, underneath the gore and sensationalism, there are real people, real families, and real justice waiting to be served. The Fall Line® is an antidote to that oversight - focused on ethical, deep-dive coverage of missing people, unsolved homicides, and unidentified persons called John and Jane Does. We present carefully crafted true crime stories, thorough research and in-depth interviews with families, law enforcement, and experts. And we bring calls to ...
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Fall Line: A memoir told in brief, pithy stories. Most of these tales come from twelve years living and working in Afghanistan, Togo, Madagascar and Tanzania. From coming of age in Africa to starting up a technology firm in DC, this is a swooping, soaring jumble of tales from one life crossing into the new millennium.New podcast weblog
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Our second episode of two covering the unsolved death of Iman Cannon: on May 13th, 2008, the body of 21-year-old Tennessee native Iman Cannon was discovered behind the Atlanta business complex that housed Club Crucial, a night spot founded by rapper TI. Iman, an aspiring rapper, had moved to Georgia for a fresh start. But less than a year after his…
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On May 13th, 2008, the body of 21-year-old Tennessee native Iman Cannon was discovered behind the Atlanta business complex that housed Club Crucial, a night spot founded by rapper TI. Iman, an aspiring rapper, had moved to Georgia for a fresh start. But less than a year after his relocation, he was murdered by unknown assailants, and his mother She…
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In 2021, we brought you a then little-known story: the unsolved case of Leon Laureles, a beloved brother and uncle who was murdered on the side of a rural Texas highway. Since then, his case has become a focus for cold-case advocates—especially his own niece, Arlene. At every turn, Arlene has been frustrated in her search for answers, but that hasn…
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In our season finale, we speak with advocates from Light the Way about their work on cases of missing persons like Patty Otto, Maura Murray, Theresa Corley, and many more, plus discuss best ways to help with the cases you care about—and the possible pitfalls of advocacy. Season 17, Missing Mothers, covers the stories of two daughters, their missing…
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Our final episode exploring Patricia Otto’s 1976 disappearance, local law enforcement’s suspicions regarding her husband, and the possible intersection with another case: a Jane Doe homicide victim discovered just two hours away. Season 17, Missing Mothers, covers the stories of two daughters, their missing mothers, and cases—and people—who have in…
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We continue our coverage of Patricia Otto’s 1976 disappearance, local law enforcement’s suspicions regarding her husband, and the possible intersection with another case: a Jane Doe homicide victim discovered just two hours away. Season 17, Missing Mothers, covers the stories of two daughters, their missing mothers, and cases—and people—who have in…
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After her mother’s mysterious, late-night disappearance one August night in 1976, an Idaho-born woman must unpack her early childhood memories, local law enforcement’s suspicions regarding her own father, and the possible intersection with another case: a Jane Doe homicide victim discovered just two hours away. Season 17, Missing Mothers, covers th…
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The second in a two-part series covering one daughter’s search for her mother, how she became an advocate for missing persons in unhoused communities, and the intertwined stories of their childhoods; with all she knows about her mother, Cloudia Leslie Wells, Robin believes that she could truly be anywhere. After all—she’s gotten proof once. Season …
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The first in a two-part series covering one daughter’s search for her mother, how she became an advocate for missing persons in unhoused communities, and the intertwined stories of their childhoods; with all she knows about her mother, Cloudia Leslie Wells, Robin believes that she could truly be anywhere. After all—she’s gotten proof once. Season 1…
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The wives and daughters of Dubai’s ruler live in unbelievable luxury. So why do the women in Sheikh Mohammed’s family keep trying to run away? The New Yorker staff writer Heidi Blake joins In the Dark’s Madeleine Baran to tell the story of the royal women who risked everything to flee the brutality of one of the world’s most powerful men. In four e…
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Listeners: We're excited to share news about a new show that we think you'll love. Media Pressure Season One: The Untold Story of Maura Murray premieres on Monday, February 5th, 2024. Follow now in your favorite podcast player to be the first to hear new episodes: https://link.chtbl.com/RtW5rK0P For more information about the show and the case of M…
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In our midseason episode, we update you on the case of Leona LeClair Kinsey, and feature new information from her daughter, Carolyn DeFord—who believes it is vital that these facts reach the widest audience possible. You’ll also meet several key players in our upcoming season, Missing Mothers, which begins February 7th. Go to DailyHarvest.com/FALL …
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Laurah is sick; apologies for hoarseness. The last five episodes have presented more than 20 cold cases in desperate need of resolution. For many, the only chance will come through FIGG—DNA testing and forensic investigative genetic genealogy. This episode, we move beyond our Nashville Does coverage to speak with Redgrave Research about how some of…
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Laurah is sick; apologies for hoarseness. Episode 5 presents the most difficult cases in MNPD’s files: cases limited to a single element, or bone, dead-ended by clues that led nowhere, or, in the case of the River Road John Doe, where the decedent’s remains are no longer available—that’s why we need your help to try and match him with a missing per…
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From Wondery, and hosted by Laura Beil - The new season of Dr. Death, BAD MAGIC is a story of miraculous cures, magic and murder. When a charismatic young doctor announces revolutionary treatments for cancer and HIV, patients from around the world turn to him for their last chance. As medical experts praise Serhat Gumrukcu’s genius, the company he …
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Laurah is sick; apologies for any hoarseness this episode. Episode Four covers the cases of four John and Jane Doe victims who, despite being discovered minutes or hours after death—and while still recognizable—have remained unidentified. In two of those cases, we reached out to forensic artist Carl Koppelman to try and help improve the chances of …
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In Episode Three, we cover three of the rarest kinds of Doe cases: killers are known, but their victims remain unidentified. In episode three, two Jane Does are the victims of one killer—and another confession comes from the unlikeliest place-- a nursing home. Season 16 of The Fall Line takes on our most in-depth John and Jane Doe coverage yet: 22 …
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Season 16 of The Fall Line takes on our most in-depth John and Jane Doe coverage yet: 22 files from MNPD’s cold-case unit, all covering the metro area’s unidentified decedents. More than ever, your help is needed to spread the word about each of the cases featured this season, and if you have any information—please, contact MNPD at 615-862-7803. Ep…
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Season 16 of The Fall Line takes on our most in-depth John and Jane Doe coverage yet: 22 files from MNPD’s cold-case unit, all covering the metro area’s unidentified decedents. More than ever, your help is needed to spread the word about each of the cases featured this season, and if you have any information—please, contact MNPD at 615-862-7803. Ep…
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Unsafe Spaces is a serialized podcast that explores crimes that corrupt and exploit the places we’re meant to feel the safest; be it our churches, the gay community, or even our own homes. The first season, Tampa’s Missing Men, focuses on a series of disappearances and murders within Tampa’s gay community, and possibly beyond—and the two gay men wh…
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Tristan Redman is a journalist who doesn’t believe in ghosts. But weird things happened in his teenage bedroom – weirder than normal. When, years later, he discovers subsequent occupants of his family home say they have been visited by the ghost of a faceless woman, he’s curious. It just so happens that the house Tristan grew up in is right next do…
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In November of 2020, Derrick “Tank” Evans, Jr. disappeared, in the middle of the day, from his Valdosta, GA apartment—in the middle of what his family describes as vital treatment for cancer. Our midseason episode highlights Derrick’s disappearance and his mother, Tamara’s difficulty in attracting attention and support —and she needs the support of…
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One of television's most popular true-crime series is now adapted for your ears with the “48 Hours” podcast. Every week, award-winning CBS News correspondents investigate the most intriguing crime and justice cases. Here’s a preview of a new “48 Hours” episode, “The Night of the Idaho Student Murders”. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant sits d…
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For the first time ever, we’re answering listener questions about the show. We weren’t able to get to all of them, so we’ll be covering the rest on patreon. Our October midseason episode will cover the disappearance of Derrick “Tank” Evans, Jr., who was last seen in Valdosta, GA in 2020. But this time, we’re answering listener questions -- for the …
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Our Unsolved South continues with the 1986 cold case homicide of Susie Walker Quinn, a beloved wife and mother, and community member from Macon County, GA. Susie’s family had deep roots in Montzeuma, Oglethorpe, and surrounding towns—but no one came forward with the information needed to solve her murder. The Fall Line’s newest season takes you thr…
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The season continues with the coverage of the investigation into the 2004 disappearance of Sonya Lawona Tukes. The Fall Line’s newest season takes you through three cold cases in two states over the course of six episodes: two unsolved homicides and two disappearances spanning four decades, and all desperately in need of your attention for resoluti…
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The season continues with the second case of Unsolved South, the disappearance of Sonya Lawona Tukes, a young mother from Tennille, GA, who went missing after she received a late-night phone call. The Fall Line’s newest season takes you through three cold cases in two states over the course of six episodes: two unsolved homicides and two disappeara…
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The season continues with our coverage of the investigation into the unsolved murder of Travis Smith, who was attacked by apparent strangers in North Augusta, South Carolina, in 2012—without any known motive. The Fall Line’s newest season takes you through three cold cases in two states over the course of six episodes: two unsolved homicides and tw…
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When Mike Williams vanishes on a hunting trip, the authorities suspect he was eaten by alligators but the true predators who took Mike may lurk much closer to home. The mystery of Mike’s disappearance might have faded from memory, if it wasn’t for one woman’s tireless crusade. From Wondery, comes a new season of Over My Dead Body; a story about an …
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The season begins with the story of the unsolved murder of Travis Smith, who was attacked by apparent strangers in North Augusta, South Carolina, in 2012—without any known motive. The Fall Line’s newest season takes you through three cold cases in two states over the course of six episodes: two unsolved homicides and two disappearances spanning fou…
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Unsolved Georgia, Tennessee Does, an Idaho drowning, the science of identification, a controversial serial killer conviction, and what comes next. We’re headed back to frequent, seasonal deep dives, but we need your help: make sure you stay subscribed by checking your apps, and more than anything, please, share the show on social! We’re doing an RS…
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Reeves Johnson left his job one day in February 1983 and disappeared. The police initially thought Reeves may be in the area but just out of contact with his family. When his family staked out Reeves’s PO Box, they saw a strange man access his box. Reeves’s mother snapped a picture of the man–the strongest piece of evidence in the case–but when she…
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The trial of Raynella Leath is unlike anything Erin Moriarty has covered before. It all began in 2003 with a frantic call to 911 when Raynella found her second husband David Leath dead of a single gunshot wound and called 911 to report it as a suicide. However, his autopsy said otherwise, and 14 years later, Raynella stood in court for his murder. …
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Part three of our re-release of the Shy’Kemmia Pate series includes a brief update, as well as a remaster of the overall series. In episode three of this four-part series, suspects and other area predators--and victims--are examined. Pre order Laurah’s book LAY THEM TO REST: https://www.hachettebooks.com/titles/laurah-norton/lay-them-to-rest/978030…
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Part four of our re-release of the Shy’Kemmia Pate series includes a brief update, as well as a remaster of the overall series. The final episode of this four-part series, we discuss where the case stands now and how social media might help Shy'Kemmia's case. Pre order Laurah’s book LAY THEM TO REST: https://www.hachettebooks.com/titles/laurah-nort…
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Part one of our re-release of the Shy’Kemmia Pate series includes a brief update, as well as a remaster of the overall series. In episode two of this four-part series, the investigation and the immediate aftermath of Shy'Kemmia Pate's disappearance are examined. Pre order Laurah’s book LAY THEM TO REST: https://www.hachettebooks.com/titles/laurah-n…
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Part one of our re-release of the Shy’Kemmia Pate series includes a brief update, as well as a remaster of the series. On September 4, 1998, 8-year-old Shy’Kemmia Pate vanished from her hometown of Unadilla, Georgia. Her family and local law enforcement have been trying to put together a timeline of what could have happened to her ever since. . . b…
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Across the country, medicolegal officials have begun to organize “Missing Persons Day” events to help families submit new cases or add to old case files, in hopes of both finding the missing and identified Doe victims; we speak to the organizers of a brand-new event in Dekalb County, GA, where a new grant has made advanced DNA testing possible, and…
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On April 25th, 1971, 13-year-old Carol Spinks mysteriously disappeared from her neighborhood in southeast Washington D.C. Six days later, her body was discovered off a nearby freeway. Investigators assumed this was a one-off murder. Little did they know, Carol was the first victim of D.C.'s first serial killer. For more episodes, follow the show at…
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RE-RELEASE: In this two-part series, we cover the disappearance of 39-year-old Brian Wehrle, who drove through the great Atlanta Flood of 2009 to be in his hometown of Carrollton, GA for a court date—one he never made. In the second episode, we dig into the investigation--including the discovery of Brian’s car in Tennessee, a search of his parents’…
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RE-RELEASE: In this two-part series, we cover the disappearance of 39-year-old Brian Wehrle, who drove through the great Atlanta Flood of 2009 to be in his hometown of Carrollton, GA for a court date—one he never made. PLEASE donate to or share the billboard fund for Brian’s case: https://www.gofundme.com/f/find-brian-wehrle Pre order Laurah’s book…
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Matthew disappeared and was murdered on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in December of 2016. His family in the United States and Canada now push for media coverage of missing and murdered Natives as part of the MMIP (Missing and Murdered Indigenous People/Persons) movement and for arrests in Matthew's case. Pre order Laurah’s book LAY THEM TO REST…
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In 2021, we worked with Amanda Rickles to cover the disappearance of her uncle, Brian Wehrle. You may remember that 39-year-old Brian Wehrle, drove through the great Atlanta Flood of 2009 to be in his hometown of Carrollton, GA for a court date—one he never made. Now, Amanda has secured new, major coverage of Brian’s case in hopes of pushing his ca…
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Matthew Rattlesnake Grant disappeared and was murdered on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in December of 2016. His family in the United States and Canada now push for media coverage of missing and murdered Natives as part of the MMIP (Missing and Murdered Indigenous People/Persons) movement and for arrests in Matthew's case. Pre order Laurah’s boo…
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The disappearance and homicide of teenage Susana are presented differently by police and family members. But when an off-duty officer is charged with her murder, the details of his behavior paint a startlingly clear picture. JUSTICE 4 SUSANA Pre order Laurah’s book LAY THEM TO REST: https://www.hachettebooks.com/titles/laurah-norton/lay-them-to-res…
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At 3:30PM on August 15th, 2016, a call came in to police in Bessemer City, North Carolina, that would set off a chain of events that shook the community to its very core. William Joseph McCullen, who was tasked with caring for his girlfriend’s three-year-old daughter, Jordyn Dumont, reported that she had gone missing. McCullen’s story was that he h…
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Part two of our series covering the disappearance of Pat Allen Guild, and exploring the investigation into his disappearance. Patrick “Pat” Allen Guild moved to Nashville with dreams of making it big in the songwriting business. But things didn’t work out as he planned; he spent his time in the city living in its unhoused community, in an encampmen…
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Patrick “Pat” Allen Guild moved to Nashville with dreams of making it big in the songwriting business. But things didn’t work out as he planned; he spent his time in the city living in its unhoused community, in an encampment near the I-24 overpass. Pat was last heard from around December of 1991—and since then, there’s been no trace of him. Now, h…
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This two-part series explores the disappearance of Victor Greenwood from the small town of Atoka, Oklahoma; since 2002, his story has been clouded by rumor, misinformation, and questions that lead investigators, and his family, down a number of paths of possibility. In hopes of producing new leads in his case, and highlighting the lack of coverage …
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