Gone & Never Forgotten: The Kathy Stobaugh Story Podcast
Podcast Episodes Shop the Brewery

Gone & Never Forgotten: The Kathy Stobaugh Story

In Episode 362

Kathy Stobaugh married the wrong man.  Once she realized her mistake, she did everything right in order to set off on a better course.  She worked full-time, went back to college, and accomplished her dream of becoming a kindergarten teacher.  Saving her money, she rented a new house and moved there with her two children.  But her husband, Charles, was not going to let her get away so easily.

On December 29, 2004, Kathy happily hummed a tune as she gathered her divorce settlement papers together and drove off in her car.  Charles had finally agreed to talk things over and reach a financial settlement with her.  She had newfound hope that their post-divorce lives could be civil.  She held no false hopes that they would be friends.

Join us at the quiet end for Gone & Never Forgotten: The Kathy Stobaugh Story.  Did Kathy’s soon to be ex-husband kill her and hide her body or are we meant to believe that she just walked off one day before her divorce hearing?

Subscribe for ad-free & bonus shows!

Contact Jill & Dick

Click here to record a voicemail

Shop Merch

Read “The Vanished Wife” by Donna Fielder

Join our True Crime Brewery Fan Discussions Group

Charles  Kathy

1:54:16
Feb 22 2021
True Crime
0
0

Episode Supported By

This episode has been monetized by our friends at Spreaker!

Comments

Leave a Reply

Subscribe Now

Join Team Tiegrabber and subscribe to our premium podcasts


You get access to our members-only True Crime Brewery Premium episodes and other members-only true crime content.


In appreciation, Jill will send you a thank you gift of your choice.

Pick from a True Crime Brewery beer snifter, a True Crime Brewery credit-card sized bottle opener, or a set of coasters!

True Crime Newsletter

Enjoying True Crime Brewery?


Then you’ll want to receive our quarterly true crime podcast newsletter.


The True Crime Brewery newsletter is just the thing to feed your true crime addiction. Packed with case updates, true crime show and book reviews, listener-contributed articles, craft beer news, meet up plans and contest announcements

Listen

You can listen to the True Crime Brewery podcast here on the site or on the podcast app of your choice