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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,...

Duration: 00:44:45

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...

Duration: 00:52:01

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...

Duration: 00:37:51

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...

Duration: 01:33:03

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...

Duration: 01:02:27

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,...

Duration: 00:41:51

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,...

Duration: 00:44:03

The Brabant Killers (Part Two: 1983)

Throughout 1982, Belgian police were concerned over a rash of strange attacks plaguing the Brussels area. All involved criminals matching the same basic descriptions, but lacked any real motive. They seemed to be the actions of a mysterious gang lashing out... but at something or someone without any real purpose. Going into 1983, these attacks would continue. Worse, they would escalate, with the gang becoming more bold and violent throughout the year. Car jackings, robberies, murders - it...

Duration: 00:46:32

The Brabant Killers (Part One: 1982)

In 1982, a group of offenders began striking the Brussels area of Belgium. It began with a series of small robberies, but - by the end of the year - had progressed to full-blown murder. Though their criminal career was still in its apparent infancy, the Brabant Killers - also known as the Brabant Gang and the Gang Of Nivelles - would go on to become Belgium's most violent and mysterious criminals. Over thirty years later, their identities and motives are still unknown. Part one of four....

Duration: 00:28:36

Season Three Announcement

This is an announcement about the immediate future of the podcast, which is not only getting a regular release schedule going into 2018, but is going to feature some of the most interesting and popular mysteries around. Learn more about the podcast at Written, hosted, and produced by Micheal Whelan Music Credits "Unresolved" by Ailsa Traves "Famouser" by badasswolfshirt

Duration: 00:07:28

Bible John

In February of 1968, 25-year old Patricia Docker visited the Barrowland Ballroom on a Thursday evening, leaving her son in the care of her parents. She was estranged from her husband but still legally married, so she didn't tell anyone her apparent destination, for fear of judgment. You see, Thursday nights at the Barrowland Ballroom came with a reputation. Some of the Thursday patrons were adulterers, looking for a night of fun away from the stresses of everyday life. One killer used this...

Duration: 00:54:49

Chase Massner (Update #2)

In March of 2014, 26-year old Chase Massner disappeared. Chase, an Iraqi war veteran who was married with two kids, was last seen at the home of his friend, named Brad Clement. Because of the content, this will likely be the last update I make on the story for quite some time. Written, hosted, and produced by Micheal Whelan. Music by Tyson Nordgren. Additional music provided by Ailsa Traves.

Duration: 00:14:26

The Alcasser Girls (Part Five: The Trial)

By 1997, Miguel Ricart had been a prisoner of the Spanish Civil Guard for over four years. He had been in their custody since January of 1993, awaiting trial for the murder of three teenage girls from Alcasser. Ricart would find an unlikely ally in one of the victim's parents, Fernando Garcia. Garcia wasn't interested in saving Miguel's life; rather, he was concerned that the prosecutor had developed tunnel vision on Miguel, and ignored any other potential leads or clues. In this episode,...

Duration: 00:45:05

Chase Massner (Update)

In 2014, 26-year old Iraqi War Veteran Chase Massner disappeared while visiting a friend in Kennesaw, Georgia. He has not been seen since. I addressed his story back in May, when I spoke to Nancy Grace about the details of his disappearance and the theories that have cropped up since. Now, however, it appears that a body has been found in one of the locations he was last seen. Learn more about the Unresolved Podcast at Written, hosted, and produced by Micheal Whelan.

Duration: 00:04:07

The Alcasser Girls (Part Two: The Investigation)

On January 27th, 1993, the bodies of three teenage girls were found in the mountainous region of La Romana, Spain. Investigators quickly surmised that these were the missing girls that had disappeared from Alcasser seventy-five days beforehand. Quickly, the investigation pieced together some evidence at the scene to produce a suspect. The clues began to paint a brutal picture of how the three girls met their fate, but many have critiqued this investigation for damaging the case forever....

Duration: 00:38:33

The Alcasser Girls (Part One: The Discovery)

On November 13th, 1992, three girls from a small Spanish town called Alcasser set off in the early evening. Their names were Toni Gomez Rodriguez, Desiree Hernandez Folch, and Miriam Garcia Iborra. They never made it to their destination - a nightclub located in a neighboring town - despite being seen just down the block. Over the next two months, the police had to rely on some spotty eyewitness testimony as their only way of finding the girls. The next seventy-five days would be torture...

Duration: 00:33:04

The "Hughes" Family (Part Two: Franklin Delano Floyd)

In April of 1990, the body of a woman calling herself Tonya Hughes was found on the side of an Oklahoma City highway. Police discovered that the woman was an enigma, and this suspicion was confirmed when her older husband - named Clarence - went to redeem two life insurance policies with the social security number of wanted fugitive Franklin Delano Floyd. The backstory of Franklin Delano Floyd revealed a complicated lifelong criminal, whose moral compass had been shattered decades...

Duration: 00:45:01

The "Hughes" Family (Part One: Suzanne Sevakis)

Suzanne Sevakis, born in 1969, was the oldest of four children. When her mother went to prison for a minor infraction, Suzanne and her siblings were overseen by their guardian, newfound stepfather Brandon Cleo Williams. Sadly, that was just an alias for a wanted fugitive known as Franklin Delano Floyd. As she moved throughout the country, growing up with the man that she would call both father and husband, Suzanne would go by many names: Suzanne Davis, Sharon Marshall, and Tonya Hughes...

Duration: 00:54:54

The Family Murders (Part Two: The Family)

In the early 1980s, Adelaide police were struggling to find a suspect after the bodies of five young men were found - each showing signs of sexually abuse before their murders. But they finally zeroed in on a suspect: a man named Bevan Spencer von Einem. He remains the only man convicted in the crime, but police are still convinced that he did not act alone. Their scope reached out into the associates of von Einem's that they think were involved in some way. This unknown, mysterious group...

Duration: 00:49:52