A missing person? Check. A murder? Check. Stellar police work? Well… In this, the finale of Gone, we ask ourselves if we are being overly critical or are most of these cases prolonged due to less than stellar investigatory work.
Alma Sipple, a single mother in Tennessee, could not afford medical care for her ten-month-old daughter Irma when a knock on the door changed her life: there stood a woman with close-cropped grey hair, round wireless glasses and a broad,
This is Part 3 in our series on the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman. If you haven’t heard Part 1, Prelude to Murder, and Part 2, Murders in Brentwood, we recommend that you go back and listen to
This Gone has a great ending. The rest was kind of eh. After researching so many missing persons’ cases, we know that this is an unusual outcome, but there are so many more interesting cases out there! Michele Whitaker, 32,
How well do we really know the people in our daily lives? Our co-workers, our boss, the clerk at the grocery store, our neighbors, our friends, or even our spouse? Many people thought they knew Colonel David Russell Williams. He
When Lynda McClelland went missing from her home in Forest Hills, Pennsylvania, she left behind three beloved grandchildren and a heartbroken daughter, Amanda. Amanda’s search leads her through her mother’s complicated life and ends with deeply troubling answers that lie