• The Case of the Freeway Phantom

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    From April 1971 to September 1972 six young African-American girls were abducted from their neighborhoods in Washington, DC and murdered. Their bodies were found in both the District of Columbia and in Prince George’s County, Maryland. The suspect in these murders has been called “The Freeway Phantom” by the media.



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    18m - Jul 8, 2024
  • The Murder of Molly Bish

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    The beach was officially open, but Molly was there alone. No houses overlooked the water, and the beach wasn't visible from the parking lot, which was situated at the end of a dead-end street. Surrounding the area in all directions were only trees. While everything seemed routine up to this point, there was an imminent danger lurking. Maggie would soon learn that this was the last time she would ever see her daughter.

    On this day, Molly Bish vanished, without a trace.



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    17m - Jul 1, 2024
  • The Disappearance of Asha Degree

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    Monday, February 14th, held special significance for the Degree family. Not only was it Valentine’s Day, but it also marked Iquilla and Harold's 12th wedding anniversary—a day filled with love for the world, and a celebration of the love that formed their family. Tragically, this day would be marred by the disappearance of a beloved family member.

    Iquilla woke up at around six a.m. and went to wake O'Bryant and Asha for school. She peeked into their room as usual and called their names. O'bryant groggily lifted his head, but there was no movement from Asha’s bed. As she drew closer, Iquilla was shocked to discover that Asha wasn’t in bed.



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    18m - Jun 24, 2024
  • The Woman Who Solved Her Own Murder

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    Do you believe in ghosts? You just might, after this story. Imagine, if you will, a quiet, unassuming woman living a seemingly ordinary life in Chicago - A life filled with music and caring for her patients as a respiratory therapist. But beneath the surface of her mundane existence lurked a chilling secret—a secret so dark and twisted that it would send shivers down your spine and leave you questioning the very fabric of reality.

    In this episode of still unsolved, we look at the case, of Tarasita Basa - also known as, the woman who solved her own murder. 



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    16m - Jun 17, 2024
  • Where Is Lopaz Richardson?

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    One of the most prevalent lessons in true crime history revolves around friendship. We need to be cautious about the company we keep, as we sometimes use the term "friends" too loosely. The very people we consider friends might not have our best interests at heart, and often we don't realize this until it's too late. Some friends stand by us, and we think that they're going to be with us until the bitter end - Only for them to disappear when something goes wrong.

    And sometimes, that thing that goes wrong, is entirely because of them. So what happens when you find yourself surrounded by the wrong friends? Even worse, what happens when those friends, are the reason you've gone missing? This is the case, of Lopaz Richardson.



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    15m - Jun 10, 2024
  • The Chilling Abduction of Tara Calico

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    Tara Calico was a sophomore at The University of New Mexico. She excelled academically, maintaining a 3.9 GPA while studying to become either a psychologist or psychiatrist. She was meticulous about keeping to her schedule. In fact, before her final bike ride, she told her mom to come looking for her if she wasn’t home by noon.

    Her mother had no idea just how ominous those words would be.



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    20m - Jun 4, 2024
  • The Abduction of Dorothy Jane Scott

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    It's alarming that we can either be victims of our own obsessions or the focus of someone else's. Sometimes, all it takes is smiling at the wrong person to become the object of someone's fixation. Their obsession starts out minuscule and then escalates rapidly and unchecked, only worsening over time. In this episode of Still Unsolved, Dorothy Scott found herself trapped in someone's obsession - and she lost her life because of it.



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    16m - May 27, 2024
  • The Keddie Cabin Murders

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    Cabin 28 - just two words, innocent on their own. Yet, to the tight-knit community of Keddie in Northern California, they evoke a chilling saga of horror and repulsion. Such a grim chapter many wish to erase. Within its walls unfolded one of America's most brutal murders, claiming three lives and apparently snatching a twelve-year-old girl. Despite confessions and numerous suspects, why has justice eluded this case for four decades?



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    19m - May 20, 2024
  • The Disappearance of Clea Hall

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    On the evening of May 9th, 1994, a young woman was dropped off at her after-school job, just minutes from her home. Then, she vanished. Now, almost thirty years later, the case remains filled with unanswered questions and odd occurrences on the very street from which she presumably vanished. Reports about unsettling clues in a home, and a tip that prompted a search 18 years after her disappearance have not led to any arrests.

    The case remains unsolved and quite cold, despite the swirling suspicions around one individual who may hold, and perhaps has always held, the key to unraveling the mystery. Those closest to this individual might be harboring secrets since that fateful summer. But will they ever let those secrets out? This is the case of Clea Hall.



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    15m - May 13, 2024
  • The Missing Sodder Children

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    For nearly forty years, travelers along Route 16 near Fayetteville West Virginia, were met with a billboard featuring blurry photos of five children. Each child had dark hair and solemn eyes. Below the images were their names and ages—Maurice, 14; Martha, 12; Louis, 9; Jennie, 8; and Betty, 5. Accompanying their names was speculation about their fate.

    The small town with a main street barely a hundred yards long, was steeped in rumors regarding the case, with speculation often outweighing concrete evidence. There was even disagreement about whether the children were actually dead. With this episode of Still Unsolved, we hope to find answers. This is the case, of the Sodder Family. 



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    19m - May 6, 2024
  • The Death of Ed Baker

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    In a desolate rice field, two miles north of Katy, Texas, flames engulfed a luxurious Jaguar Sedan on November 8th, 1985. Among the wreckage, sheriff’s deputies discovered charred human remains. The remains were so horrifically disfigured that discerning the gender proved impossible. The police could only look into the owner of the vehicle, and that is where they found their first clue. The vehicle belonged to Edward Gerald Baker, a 52-year-old millionaire from Houston. Subsequent forensic examinations overwhelmingly confirmed the grim truth - the incinerated body was indeed his.



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    16m - Apr 29, 2024
  • Where Is D'Wan Sims?

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    At around 4 p.m., an announcement was made to the shoppers of the Wonderland Mall that a child was missing. As the mall began to clear out, the local police arrived and began to conduct their search for the missing boy. This search would become one of the longest searches in Michigan’s history. While it was ultimately unsuccessful, it did bring about one very surprising suspect - a suspect you wouldn't believe. This is the case, of D'wan Sims. 



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    14m - Apr 22, 2024
  • The Mysterious Murder In Room 1046

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    On January 2, 1935, at 1:20 p.m., a lone man checked into the President Hotel in downtown Kansas City.

    He had no luggage besides a comb and a toothbrush and asked for an interior room on a high floor of the hotel. He checked in under the name Roland T. Owen and complained to the bellboy about the outrageous prices of a neighboring hotel. After checking in and receiving his room, Room 1046 on the 10th floor, he left the hotel, only to be seen intermittently throughout his stay.

    The staff wouldn’t give his behavior another thought until days later when the man turned up dead, his hotel room a brutal bloodbath.



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    20m - Apr 15, 2024
  • The Story of Cindy James

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    This will forever remain one of the strangest mysteries in existence. A forty-four-year-old woman lived her life in constant fear of an attacker. Over a span of seven years, she would be harassed by an unknown individual, leading to more than 100 police reports of stalking. They would call her to threaten her or breathe into the phone until she hung up in a panic. They would lurk around her home at night, even going as far as to cut her phone line. Authorities were puzzled by the lack of evidence. Eventually, they would believe that they were being fooled. This led to a near complete disinterest in continuing her investigation - until the young woman turned up dead. This is the case of Cindy James. 




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    26m - Apr 11, 2024
  • The Mysterious Death of Henry McCabe

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    Out of the many cases of people disappearing, this is one of the most chilling. It is also one of the hardest ones to make sense of. By all accounts, this man lived a happy and fruitful life with his wife and two children. Then, he suddenly went missing one day. On the same night that he went missing, his wife received a phone call from him, where she heard sounds that may not have even been human. That recording set the tone for one of the most unsettling investigations Minnesota has ever seen. In this episode of Still Unsolved, we look at the case of Henry McCabe.



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    15m - Apr 8, 2024
  • The Brutal Murder of Cheri Jo Bates

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    Cheri Jo Bates, an 18-year-old college freshman, was stabbed and slashed to death on the grounds of Riverside City College. Police determined the assailant had disabled the ignition coil wire and distributor of Bates' Volkswagen Beetle as a method to lure her from her car as she studied in the college library. Many believe that she was the first victim of the infamous Zodiac Killer.



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    16m - Apr 4, 2024
  • The Florence Salon Murders

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    On the fateful morning of November 6th, 2001, Dorthy Harris made her customary trip to the bank. That is where her routine deviates from its usual outcome. Shortly after that trip to the bank, A customer entering the Florence Hair Salon would discover Dorthy's lifeless body in the store's walkway. What followed was an investigation that has remained unsolved for decades. The investigators believe they had their man, but they let him slip away - leaving several families without any closure. But perhaps that can change. In this episode of Still Unsolved, we look at the case of the Florence Salon Murders. 



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    19m - Apr 1, 2024
  • The Mysterious Death of Blair Adams

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    For a period of time, Blair's life was on a smooth trajectory. But that would take an ominous turn one summer. It started with a near-complete change in his demeanor. Colleagues at the construction firm, who once praised him as a cheerful and dependable worker, began noticing a shift. Blair's recent behaviors included acts of irresponsibility that jeopardized his job security, such as leaving his work site unlocked and exposing valuable materials and tools to potential theft. Moreover, he exhibited signs of increasing paranoia, frequently asserting to others that he was being pursued by someone intent on causing him harm - even to the extent of wanting to end his life.



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    14m - Mar 28, 2024
  • Still Missing: The Disappearance of Patrick Alford Jr.

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    In the chilly dusk of Friday, January 22, 2010, in Brooklyn, New York, 7-year-old Patrick Alford, Jr. was with his foster mother on their way to the trash chute in their high-rise apartment. An unexpected call disrupted the moment, creating a distraction, and in that moment, Patrick vanished. Vanished without a single clue — a mystery lingering for 13 years, with only a lead stretching from his local community to as far as Puerto Rico.



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    14m - Mar 24, 2024
  • Was Wayne Williams The Atlanta Child Murderer?

    Between 1979 and 1981, approximately 29 murders occurred in the Atlanta area. The victims, all young black children, were found callously discarded. Their deaths left their families devastated, and the community in shambles. Investigators say that they worked tirelessly to find the killer and prevent more murders, and they would finally have some luck.

    Wayne Williams was apprehended for the killings of two young men in Atlanta, who were believed to be victims of the serial killer. The investigators quickly began wondering if there was more to it, and they quickly began suspecting that he was the perpetrator behind the infamous Atlanta Child Murders.

    And it would appear that they were correct.

    After his conviction for the two murders, the killings stopped altogether. But somehow, doubts persist regarding his true involvement. Some question whether he was genuinely responsible or merely a convenient scapegoat for law enforcement. Some even say that he took the fall for the murders and that they were committed by the Ku Klux Klan. 



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    15m - Mar 18, 2024
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