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In 2007, a serial killer inspired by Rube Goldberg murdered Lorena Salas, Carlos Aniceto, and Ana Nuñez in Sierra Blanca, Texas then vanished never to be heard of again.
Authorities believe that these murders were the collateral damage of a cartel turf war that spilled into Mexico. Though, Lorena's niece, Magdalena Salas, does not believe that story.
The Heads of Sierra Blanca is an 8 episode podcast hosted by Magdalena and private investigator, Monica Rodriguez, following their investigative research concerning what really happened and who is responsible.

This show is an immersive experience that combines fiction, true crime and real interviews with experts.
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Episode 1: Sicario

Episode 1: Sicario

2019-09-3000:39:0119

Monica Rodriguez and Magdalena Salas introduce the background of The Rubedec Cases, begin their investigation, and make a significant inroad with the Hudspeth County DA office.   This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp and Native.     Heads of Sierra Blanca is Executive Produced by Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, Gabrielle Ruiz, Alex Cline, Donald Albright, Alex Aldea, and Henry Tuten. Hosted by Magdalena Salas and Monica Rodriguez Edited by Victor Figueroa, Gabrielle Ruiz and Alex Aldea. Sound Design by Victor Figueroa and Gabrielle Ruiz. Music Composition by Alex Aldea and Andrew Joselyn. Research by Henry Tuten, Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, and Alex Aldea.
Episode 2: From Hell

Episode 2: From Hell

2019-09-3000:35:019

Monica Rodriguez and Magdalena Salas research highlight similar serial killers, build a profile, and speak to Dr. Christian Lopez. This episode is sponsored by DoorDash, Daily Harvest and Article. The David Parker Ray background clip is from the Serial Killers Podcast. Heads of Sierra Blanca is Executive Produced by Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, Gabrielle Ruiz, Alex Cline, Donald Albright, Alex Aldea, and Henry Tuten. Hosted by Magdalena Salas and Monica Rodriguez Edited by Victor Figueroa, Gabrielle Ruiz and Alex Aldea. Sound Design by Victor Figueroa and Gabrielle Ruiz. Music Composition by Alex Aldea and Andrew Joselyn. Research by Henry Tuten, Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, and Alex Aldea.
Episode 3: The Pigs

Episode 3: The Pigs

2019-10-0700:35:505

Monica Rodriguez and Magdalena Salas visit The Doyle Ranch. This episode is sponsored by SimpliSafe, DoorDash, and Bombas. Heads of Sierra Blanca is Executive Produced by Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, Gabrielle Ruiz, Alex Cline, Donald Albright, Alex Aldea, and Henry Tuten. Hosted by Magdalena Salas and Monica Rodriguez Edited by Victor Figueroa, Gabrielle Ruiz and Alex Aldea. Sound Design by Victor Figueroa and Gabrielle Ruiz. Music Composition by Alex Aldea and Andrew Joselyn. Research by Henry Tuten, Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, and Alex Aldea.
Episode 4: Juarez

Episode 4: Juarez

2019-10-1400:39:404

Monica Rodriguez and Magdalena Salas begin investigating the Rubedec Killer in Ciudad Juarez. This episode is sponsored by Article and Buffy. Heads of Sierra Blanca is Executive Produced by Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, Gabrielle Ruiz, Alex Cline, Donald Albright, Alex Aldea, and Henry Tuten. Hosted by Magdalena Salas and Monica Rodriguez Edited by Victor Figueroa, Gabrielle Ruiz and Alex Aldea. Sound Design by Victor Figueroa and Gabrielle Ruiz. Music Composition by Andrew Joselyn and Alex Aldea. Research by Henry Tuten, Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, and Alex Aldea.
Episode 5: Bodies

Episode 5: Bodies

2019-10-2100:30:073

Monica Rodriguez and Magdalena Salas embark on a desert excavation.  This episode is sponsored by SimpliSafe, BetterHelp and Daily Harvest. Heads of Sierra Blanca is Executive Produced by Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, Gabrielle Ruiz, Alex Cline, Donald Albright, Alex Aldea, and Henry Tuten. Hosted by Magdalena Salas and Monica Rodriguez Edited by Victor Figueroa, Gabrielle Ruiz and Alex Aldea. Sound Design by Victor Figueroa and Gabrielle Ruiz. Music Composition by Andrew Joselyn and Alex Aldea. Research by Henry Tuten, Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, and Alex Aldea.
Episode 6: Fallout

Episode 6: Fallout

2019-10-2800:30:566

Monica Rodriguez and Magdalena Salas receive the autopsy results of Jorge Ruiz. This episode is sponsored by DoorDash, Simple Contacts, and Buffy. Heads of Sierra Blanca is Executive Produced by Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, Gabrielle Ruiz, Alex Cline, Donald Albright, Alex Aldea, and Henry Tuten. Hosted by Magdalena Salas and Monica Rodriguez Edited by Victor Figueroa, Gabrielle Ruiz and Alex Aldea. Sound Design by Victor Figueroa and Gabrielle Ruiz. Music Composition by Andrew Joselyn and Alex Aldea. Research by Henry Tuten, Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, and Alex Aldea.
Episode 7: Lockdown

Episode 7: Lockdown

2019-11-0400:25:486

Monica Rodriguez and Magdalena Salas are on lockdown. This episode is sponsored by Away, Native and Bombas. Heads of Sierra Blanca is Executive Produced by Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, Gabrielle Ruiz, Alex Cline, Donald Albright, Alex Aldea, and Henry Tuten. Hosted by Magdalena Salas and Monica Rodriguez Edited by Victor Figueroa, Gabrielle Ruiz and Alex Aldea. Sound Design by Victor Figueroa and Gabrielle Ruiz. Music Composition by Andrew Joselyn and Alex Aldea. Research by Henry Tuten, Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, and Alex Aldea.
Episode 8: The Search

Episode 8: The Search

2019-11-1100:30:504

In this episode the search is on for Magdalena Salas. This episode is sponsored by SimpliSafe, BetterHelp, and Buffy. Heads of Sierra Blanca is Executive Produced by Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, Gabrielle Ruiz, Alex Cline, Donald Albright, Alex Aldea, and Henry Tuten. Hosted by Magdalena Salas and Monica Rodriguez Edited by Victor Figueroa, Gabrielle Ruiz and Alex Aldea. Sound Design by Victor Figueroa and Gabrielle Ruiz. Music Composition by Andrew Joselyn and Alex Aldea. Research by Henry Tuten, Magdalena Salas, Monica Rodriguez, and Alex Aldea.
Comments (52)

Janeth Quezada

Juarez people don't talk that way, it's way too dramatic.But it must be necessary to get the attention of some listener.

Dec 2nd
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Danielle Marsh

im so pissed this is fiction and yet they advertised it as NF.

Nov 26th
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Mariah beecham

I'm starting to think it's the sheriff...

Nov 17th
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Joel Thomas

How is it the scripting and voice acting gets worse each episode? Im not sure why I am listening past the last episode.

Nov 13th
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Sophie Talea Mobbs

if you know he sets contraptions why open the doors......

Nov 13th
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CaptAngry

I wonder if they are being targeted for their super Hispanic pronouncing of the SPANISH WORDS.

Nov 4th
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Meili Bettina

I agree though. don't call it real and then it's obviously fake. Darkest Nights is super corny yet I love listening to it.

Nov 2nd
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Meili Bettina

I'm not able to download the episodes. is this on purpose? this is the only podcast I can't download them. stinks trying to listen at work and having to use data. I love that the narrator's don't Americanize their Spainsh and that it references my hometown of El Paso. Sad for all the negative reviews. I think it's good for it's first season.

Nov 2nd
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Delena McGuire

booo!! I love nonfiction podcasts. I love fiction podcasts. what I don't like is misrepresentation. yuck. the moment the cheesy killers voice spoke, you lost me.

Oct 31st
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MaxsDadAK

A fantastic bit of fiction! Yes some parts are a little overacted, but all in all it kept me ears pressed to the wall to hear what happened next.

Oct 30th
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roxicodone

I really wanted to like this story, and even got as far as Episode 6. But the acting by the two main characters was just too over done and unbelievable; I can suspend believe as well as anyone else but this is just too horrible. Another thing that wets my wick? The fact that these two clearly fluent Spanish speakers need a Spanish translator. Awful.

Oct 28th
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dont use

ok i just looked in to this...its not true thsts why it sounds so bad.

Oct 21st
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dont use

ok the story of this is very interesting. unfortunately due to the sensitive nature of this the actors they hired to hide there identity is awful. they seem to have the need to add personal drama, idk if they are trying to build suspense or just not sure what to do. it comes off as fake, and less real. i keep listening because I do think the story could pay off.

Oct 21st
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Geoff Schmidt

oh boy. personal politics.

Oct 20th
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Leo Sbirakos

A bit weird the two investigators need a Spanish translator. Anyway. A tad overacted. Need to tone it down a bit.

Oct 20th
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Jae Cloete

Fiction ugh

Oct 18th
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DAWN

THIS is not FAKE

Oct 18th
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Ricky Berry

Sorry I wasted my time on a fictional story. It should have been made clear that this was not an actual crime story. Disappointed in Up and Vanished for the recommendation.

Oct 14th
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Daniel Herrera

Disappointed it's so fake but I guess it's still a good fictional story.

Oct 11th
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Adriana

this podcast is strange sounds like a lot of acting

Oct 8th
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