Phoebe’s Fall: The Unexplained Death of Phoebe Handsjuk Podcast
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Phoebe’s Fall: The Unexplained Death of Phoebe Handsjuk

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On December 2, 2010, 24-year-old Phoebe Handsjuk was found dead on the floor of her apartment building’s garbage compactor room.  Her death was slow and painful as she bled to death, alone and in pain, on the dirty floor.  Now, nearly 10 years have passed, and her family is still searching for answers.

This was a strange way to die.  How and why Phoebe died that day has become a complex narrative of alcohol and drug abuse, domestic discord, police incompetence, and alleged cover-ups.

Join us at the quiet end for Phoebe’s Fall.  This is the story of a vibrant but troubled young woman whose violent death has left a veil of sadness, frustration and suspicion over everyone who knew her.

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Jun 01 2020
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  • i Think someone put phoebe down the chute head first.

    Initially I suspected that she climbed in herself , however, after watching demo video there is NO WAY!!!

    It’s weird Ant ordered dinner for one.

    I am not sure if Ant had called around to Phoebe’s family and friends before declaring to police in lobby that his gf was missing. (She could have locked herself out after fire alarm evacuation and be visiting with neighbour until Ant returned home to let her in) There is so much missing from the investigation.

    I also feel Ant’s parents influence steered the investigation.

    Always a treat to see you have posted a new episode!!!

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