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Sgt. Patrick Rust (Part One: Lost)

In 2007, Patrick Rust was a 24-year old Sergeant in the U.S. Army, who had just recently returned from his second deployment. A native New Yorker, Patrick had enlisted just months after 9/11, and his time in the military had taken him through training in Oklahoma and Texas, and two separate deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. In March of that year, Patrick moved off-post for the first time, with a roommate he had known for roughly fifteen months. The two lived together for a single day...


Phantom Social Workers

In February of 2018, a woman in the Australian city of Queanbeyan claimed that a stranger had visited her home. This mysterious woman, who was unknown to the young mother, had come to inspect her house and her two children. She claimed to be an FACS caseworker, but - as this small suburb outside of Canberra would soon learn - this was not the case. This story hearkens back to the first half of the 1990s, when similar stories broke out across the United Kingdom. From Sheffield to the northern...


The Long Island Serial Killer (Update)

This is a brief update for episodes 14 - 16 of the podcast, addressing some recent news regarding Shannan Gilbert and the drama unfolding in Suffolk County. Written, hosted, and produced by Micheal Whelan Music by T. Nordgren You can learn more about the podcast at and you can help support this podcast by heading to


Introducing: Hoax

This is the first episode of my new podcast "Hoax," which is centered around the mysterious mummy known as the "Persian Princess." If you would like to hear more stories like this, consider subscribing to Hoax on your podcast app of choice. It can also be found at the following sites: Spotify iTunes/Apple Podcasts Google Play If you would like to stay up-to-date, you can follow along with the podcast on: Facebook Twitter


The Shaw Creek Killer

On the morning of November 16th, 1987, a pair of hunters discovered the skeletonized remains of a young woman just a stone's throw away from Shaw Creek - in the woods just south of Eureka, South Carolina. These remains have never been identified, and serve as the jumping-off point for an investigation that now spans over three decades. In 1991, the remains of a local woman - Jackie Council - would be found roughly half-a-mile away. Then, in 1993, another unidentified Jane Doe was found...


The Millbrook Twins (Update)

A few weeks ago, I brought you the story of twins Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook - missing teenagers that had disappeared into thin air in March of 1990. Since those episodes, there have been some behind-the-scenes update, involving the funding of a billboard (a co-venture between myself and the hosts of the Fall Line podcast to raise publicity for the $8000 reward fund) and a vigil taking place this weekend (March 18th - the 28th anniversary of the twins' disappearance). If you would...


Malakia Logan

Two years before the disappearance of the Millbrook Twins, and six years before Tiffany Nelson went missing, another African American girl went missing about an hour north - in a small town called Greenwood, South Carolina. Malakia Zali Logan was a regular kid, who spent the evening of May 15th, 1988 playing with friends. Sometime between 8:00 and 8:30 PM, she hopped on her bike and headed home - a distance no greater than 300 yards. Her bike was found overturned by the apartment's office,...


Hoax (Teaser Trailer)

This is a teaser trailer for a new podcast written and hosted by Micheal Whelan. "Hoax" is a look at some of history's biggest - and most intriguing - deceptions, told in the same storytelling style as Unresolved. If you are interested in following along, you can find Hoax on your podcast app of choice, or subscribe from the show's page: There, you can find a more comprehensive trailer, which serves as an introduction to the show. If you subscribe, you will be...


Tiffany Nelson

In June of 1994, a nine-year old girl was preparing to live out her summer dreams. Tiffany Elizabeth Nelson, a native of Augusta, Georgia, was a tomboy that loved to ride her bike while wearing frilly dresses. She had suffered the loss of her mother just two years prior, and was living with her aunt, Ora, in her home along Getzen Drive - just a few miles away from where Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook had gone missing four years beforehand. It was the first Monday of summer vacation, when...


The Millbrook Twins (Part Three: The Now)

In March of 1990, two teenagers disappeared from Augusta, Georgia. Their names are Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook. Early on, the lead detective - who handled all of Augusta's missing teenager cases - zeroed in on the theory that both girls had run away together. This theory began to look less likely with each passing day, but that didn't stop the case from being closed in 1991 and the investigation shuttered until 2013. In the years since, police and independent investigators have had...


The Millbrook Twins (Part Two: The Unknown)

On the approximate date of April 8th, 1991, the family of missing teenagers Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook were met by one of the investigators handling their case. The family was told that because their 17th birthday had come-and-gone, that the girls - wherever they were - could no longer be forced to return home. So the family had to put their faith in a higher power to help their missing relatives return home, because law enforcement had no interest in finding them. Then, just two...


The Millbrook Twins (Part One: The Known)

In March of 1990, a pair of twins - named Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook - disappeared from their hometown of Augusta, GA. By all indications, they were just a regular couple of teenagers. They came from a large immediate family, but spent most of their time at home: they sang along to songs on the radio, spent most of their free time lounging around in front of the television, and attended church every Sunday. But on one particular Sunday - March 18th, 1990 - the twins walked through...


The Beaumont Children (Update)

In January of 1966, the disappearance of three children became one of the 20th century's most enduring mysteries. 9-year old Jane, 7-year old Arnna, and 4-year old Grant were trusted to trusted by their parents, Jim and Nancy, to spend the day at the nearby Glenelg Beach. When they failed to return home on their 2:00 PM bus, Australia's biggest search operation was launched to find them. It has been over fifty years, and the three kids have never been found. But now, police have picked up...


Jack Robinson

In August of 1996, newly-retired Jack L. Robinson was prepared to start the next chapter of his life. After spending twenty-five years in the United States Air Force (including a stint in Vietnam) and an additional twenty years as a civil servant working at Moncrief Army Health Clinic in his hometown of Columbia, South Carolina, Jack had accomplished more than most. On an uneventful summer day, Jack went down to the Rosewood Boat Landing in his old neighborhood of Olympia. This boat ramp,...


Freeman & Bible

On December 29th, 1999, a teenager named Lauria Bible was spending the night with her friend, Ashley Freeman. They were celebrating Ashley's 16th birthday, and it was the first time that Lauria had been allowed over to Ashley's home in a year-and-a-half. The reasoning that Lauria hadn't been allowed over was because Ashley's father, Danny Freeman, had a bit of a reputation. He had long been rumored to have a temper, as well as an abusive relationship with his children: Ashley, as well as...


Die Hard (Holiday Special)

On this holiday special, I try to address one of the bigger Christmas mysteries: IS Die Hard a Christmas movie? I am joined by some of my true crime & mystery podcasting friends, including hosts from the following podcasts: - Generation Why - Thinking Sideways - The Fall Line - Cold Traces - The Asian Madness Podcast - The Trail Went Cold - Killafornia Dreaming - Texas True Terrors - True Crime Story Time - Canadian True Crime - Criminal Musings - True Crime Fan Club - Weird Shit Podcast...


Chip Campbell

In March of 2016, a man by the name of Chip Campbell was picked up on the security cameras of a Circle K gas station in Milton, Florida. This would be the last verified footage of the man, who had been going through some serious issues in the preceding months. In this episode, I speak to Chip's sister, Lesa Kissoon, as well as his friend, John Claudio. Both let me know about the circumstances Chip was living in before he disappeared, what kind of person he was, and their thoughts on what...


The Brabant Killers (Part Five: Theories & Suspects II)

Following the final attack by the Brabant Killers, the police investigation struggled to find any real progress. Suspects like Madani Bouhouche and Robert Beijer came and went, with only tentative ties to extremist groups being found. As the 1980s came to an end, trouble behind-the-scenes spelled trouble for investigators. Prosecutors were sent packing, parliamentary commissions were created and then concluded, and suspects continued to emerge. First came Phillipe de Staercke - a violent...


The Brabant Killers (Part Four: Theories & Suspects I)

On November 9th, 1985, the Brabant Killers struck for the last time. This attack - which was the bloodiest yet - resulted in eight people dead, seven others injured, and a criminal investigation that was plagued from the very beginning. The Brabant Killers happened to attack in the middle of a very tumultuous time for Belgium. Terrorist organizations were rising up during that time period, from different sides of the political spectrum. The Westland New Post were right-wing extremists,...


The Brabant Killers (Part Three: 1985)

Throughout 1982 and 1983, three criminals terrorized the area of Brussels. Starting off with nothing more than ski masks and a single rifle, the three quickly armed themselves with military-grade equipment and became feared for their brutal robberies. In 1984, the Killers disappeared. The public at-large waited for the investigation to make progress, but before long, the "Mad Killers of Belgium" returned to commit their most heinous attacks yet. Part three of four. Info Written, hosted,...


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