It was February of 2021 when a little boy was reported missing in Middleton, Ohio, by his mother and her boyfriend. An extensive and exhaustive search for the little boy commenced, but it wouldn’t take long before somebody made a disturbing confession, a confession that would lead to shockwaves across the nation and across social media.
It was autumn of 2012, when a young student at the University of New Hampshire, left a late night class to drive to a friend’s apartment. According to the friend, she never showed up. An investigation into the disappearance was launched and investigators would reveal a dark underbelly to the world of BDSM, a world where consent is key but a world where sometimes, sadistic people are lurking, ready to take advantage.
Hobe Sound is an exurban area located near West Palm Beach in Florida. People are drawn to the area by its pristine beaches and unspoiled parks. In 2016, however, residents of the quaint area would come together to search for a missing woman. The woman had kept a detailed journal, and this journal would bring to the forefront of the investigation some very suspicious characters, including a violence-prone ex-husband, a potential new boyfriend, and an obsessive ventriloquist.
It was September of 2016 when a prominent couple were being driven back to their home in Georgia, Atlanta. It was late at night when their driver took a wrong turn. Moments later, the distinct sound of a gunshot emanated in the air. What happened that night would lead to one of the most controversial cases the area had ever seen, raising many questions on both privilege and race.
“The most beautiful woman in Alaska” was bruised and bloody when she screamed for help in the early hours of October 17, 1953. Still crying, Diane Wells explained that two men had broken into the apartment, attacked her, and then shot husband Cecil – but police were soon suspicious of her story.
It was June of 2019 when a young woman vanished after getting off a flight from Los Angeles, California, to Salt Lake City, Utah. Investigation would uncovered that she had ordered a Lyft from the airport, but it didn’t take her back home. Instead, she was driven to a local park in the dead of the night.
One of the darkest fears of parents worldwide is stranger abduction. Thankfully, abductions by strangers are among the rarest crimes committed against children. Tragically, however, they do occur. In October of 1999, one such crime would galvanize the community of Kansas City, Kansas, launching an exhaustive manhunt which spanned multiple states. Sponsors: Vodacast: Thank you to […]
By March of 2020, the world as we know it changed. COVID-19 spread like wildfire; thousands of people were dying each week and lockdown was just around the corner. That same month, Gretchen Anthony from Florida began texting her relatives to tell them she had COVID-19 and was being held at a CDC approved task force. This task force did not exist. Gretchen was nowhere to be found, but search of the her home turned up some sinister evidence in the form of bloodstains and bleach.
It was the 20th of February, 2016, when Morgan Lawrence received a peculiar text message from her husband, Ryan Lawrence. He had been scheduled to pick her up from work with their young daughter but the text message strangely read that the car would be waiting for her outside with the keys inside. When she arrived home, her husband and daughter were nowhere to be seen…