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Nina Gilden Seavey was twelve on May 5, 1970, the day an Air Force building in St. Louis burned to the ground. Her dad represented a young man accused of the crime: Howard Mechanic. Facing serious federal time, Howard went on the run and became one of the longest-running fugitives in U.S. history. As an adult, Nina picked up the trail. What ever ha…
 
When John Godfrey’s body was found down a rural road just outside the Victoria city limits on Tuesday, December 7th, 1976 it changed the town for many. Not only was John’s the third unsolved murder that year but his slaying was also especially brutal, the work of a depraved and heartless killer. The Victoria County Sheriff’s Department, who had jur…
 
A charismatic Russian woman arrives in the US on a mission to improve relations between the two countries, and she soon makes some powerful friends. But who is Maria Butina? And who is she working for? As Maria gets closer to the rich and connected she also attracts the attention of the FBI. In the politically charged world of US-Russia relations, …
 
John Godfrey had everything going for him. He was fresh out of high school, enrolled in college, and pursuing his passion as the newest and youngest member of local Victoria, Texas rock-n-roll band Southern Wind. But days before his 19th birthday, on December 4th, 1976, John headed to the south of town, a place known as “Under the Hill,” and disapp…
 
MAN-Slaughter tells intertwining stories about how one gunshot on a cold Wisconsin night in 1970 dramatically changed multiple lives. A bullet brutally tore through decorated law enforcement veteran LaVerne Stordock. Decades later, his niece, Dorothy Marcic, transformed herself into an amateur detective in a quest for truth and closure about that n…
 
We’d like to introduce you to a new documentary podcast series from Ugly Duckling Films and the San Francisco Chronicle. Join Pulitzer Prize-nominated San Francisco Chronicle reporter Kevin Fagan, along with veteran reporter Mike Taylor, through their investigation into the Doodler. Follow this new hunt for a forgotten serial killer who targeted ga…
 
After the discovery of the burnt car that belonged to millionaire Houston oilman Ed Baker, speculation was abound. Though the medical examiner finally ruled that the body found inside was indeed Edward Gerald Baker’s, some folks didn’t buy the ruling. They insisted the oilman had faked his own death and skipped country to avoid the lawsuits against…
 
In November of 1985, rice farmers harvesting crops just north of the Texas small town Katy found the smoldering remains of a car in one of the fields. Inside the vehicle, Harris County Sheriff’s Deputies found a badly charred and disfigured body. Later that day, it was discovered that the burnt car belonged to millionaire Houston oilman Ed Baker. A…
 
After leaving her Grandmother’s house to attend her best friend’s wake on a Friday in March of 2014, 24-year-old mother D’Lisa Kelley, who was expecting another child, vanished. Even considering the circumstances that made it crystal clear she was in incredible danger, Dallas’s 911 dispatch failed to act. It wasn’t until the next day police created…
 
On March 7th, 2014, 24-year-old mother D’Lisa Kelley, who was expecting another child, left her Grandmother’s home on foot to attend her best friend’s wake. She didn’t have a ride but knew the Oak Cliff neighborhood well, so D’Lisa figured she’d run into someone willing to drive her. D’Lisa inadvertently called her sister about 40 minutes after lea…
 
Beginning in 1967, a series of murders in Fort Worth that had at least a few similarities began. Their obvious similarity: they all took place in the month of February. We’ve covered four of them on gone cold: Mildred May in 1967, Becky Martin in 1973, Carla Walker in 1974, and June Ward in 1977. The murders became known by some members of law enfo…
 
By 1959, Vernon and Hattie Stanley were long settled into their empty nest in a quiet, middle class neighborhood in Fort Worth’s northside. Vernon, a veteran of World War I, had retired from working at the used car lot he owned, and the couple was enjoying their golden years. On June 10th of that year, however, Hattie and Vernon were brutally slain…
 
The Story of Jolaine Hemmy and Pecos Jane Doe Back in August 2019, we released an episode telling the story of the death of a Jane Doe at the Roper’s Motel in Pecos, Texas in July of 1966. Not long before that, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) contacted the new police chief there, Lisa Tarango, and asked her to work wi…
 
Two more semi-well-known criminals have been woven into the fabric of this story, the story of the disappearances of Rachel Trlica, Renee Wilson, and Julie Moseley. In this final part of our series on The Fort Worth Missing Trio: The “Mall Passer,” aka James Mitchell DeBardeleben, and the confessor of “The Eleven That Went To Heaven,” Edward Harold…
 
When Private Investigator Dan James came on the case in the mid-1990s, he was continuing work he’d already been doing in his spare time since Rachel Trlica, Renee Wilson, and Julie Moseley disappeared on December 23rd, 1974. When reviewing the report he sent to the Fort Worth Police, it’s sometimes difficult to know exactly what the PI was reportin…
 
Whether officially or as the result of citizen sleuthing, there have been many persons of interest in the disappearances of Julie Moseley, Renee Wilson, and Rachel Trlica. On this episode: a suspect in the eyes of a retired Fort Worth burglary detective, a Cowtown Speedway stock car driver and convicted pedophile, a recently convicted abductor and …
 
After doing everything they knew to do and after coming to the conclusion that the Fort Worth Police were not, the families of 17-year-old Rachel Trlica, 14-year-old Renee Wilson, and 9-year-old Julie Moseley decided to get some outside help. They hired private investigator Jon Winter Swaim, a polarizing figure in the city who was known to get resu…
 
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