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An investigative, narrative, and revealing show focused on the cold cases of Southeastern communities who experience marginalization. Hosted by a professor and a licensed therapist, The Fall Line gives a platform to families and victims who have been passed over by mainstream media.




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Introducing Mob Queens

Introducing Mob Queens

2019-09-1800:05:04

Check out Mob Queens, a new podcast from Stitcher! Mob stories are always all about the guys. But not this one. Anna Genovese is a New York drag club maven and bad-ass mob wife. Hollywood besties Jessica Bendinger (writer, Bring It On) and Michael Seligman (writer, RuPaul’s Drag Race) are obsessed. They piece together Anna's story, racing between speakeasies, mob informants and former drag queens. But will their heroine's secrets unlock more than they want to know about Anna... and themselves? Mob Queens is out NOW - listen wherever you get your podcasts.
The final episode of this four-part series, we discuss where the case stands now and how social media might help Shy'Kemmia's case. Find the family's social-media page at Searching for Shy ShyWritten, researched, and hosted by L. Norton/Interviews by B. Hargrove/produced, mixed, and mastered by Maura Currie/research assistants are Haley Gray, Kim Fritz, Brooke Floyd, and Lexie Newhouse/administrative help from Allison McCallum/content advisors are Brandy C. Williams and Liv Fallon/Music by RJR/Free use music beds: Dan Lebowitz, Silent Partner, and Autonautix/Special thanks to Angie DoddFind source information at the websiteYou can also support The Fall Line via Paypal or Patreon!2019 All Rights Reserved
Shy'Kemmia Pate: The Wolves

Shy'Kemmia Pate: The Wolves

2019-08-2100:50:523

In episode three of this four-part series, suspects and other area predators--and victims--are examined. Find the family's social-media page at Searching for Shy ShyWritten, researched, and hosted by L. Norton/Interviews by B. Hargrove/produced, mixed, and mastered by Maura Currie/research assistants are Haley Gray, Kim Fritz, Brooke Floyd, and Lexie Newhouse/administrative help from Allison McCallum/content advisors are Brandy C. Williams and Liv Fallon/Music by RJR/Free use music beds: Dan Lebowitz, Silent Partner, and Autonautix/Special thanks to Angie DoddFind source information at the websiteSupport our sponsors!Check out Parcast's Today in True Crime here Hair care with Madison Reed at Madison-Reed.com/FALLLINE will get you 10% off!You can also support The Fall Line via Paypal or Patreon!Listen to Missing Maura Murray here 2019 All Rights Reserved
Shy'Kemmia Pate: Lost Girl

Shy'Kemmia Pate: Lost Girl

2019-08-1400:46:277

In episode two of this four-part series, the investigation and the immediate aftermath of Shy'Kemmia Pate's disappearance are examined.Find the family's social-media page at Searching for Shy ShyWritten, researched, and hosted by L. Norton/Interviews by B. Hargrove/produced, mixed, and mastered by Maura Currie/research assistants are Haley Gray, Kim Fritz, Brooke Floyd, and Lexie Newhouse/administrative help from Allison McCallum/content advisors are Brandy C. Williams and Liv Fallon/Music by RJR/Free use music beds: Dan Lebowitz, Silent Partner, and Autonautix/Special thanks to Angie DoddFind source information at the websiteSupport our sponsors!Hair care with Madison Reed at Madison-Reed.com/FALLLINE will get you 10% off!You can also support The Fall Line via Paypal or Patreon!Listen to Crawlspace here 2019 All Rights Reserved
On September 4, 1998, Shy’Kemmia Pate vanished from her hometown of Unadilla, Georgia. Find the family's social-media page at Searching for Shy ShyWritten, researched, and hosted by L. Norton/Interviews by B. Hargrove/produced, mixed, and mastered by Maura Currie/research assistants are Haley Gray, Kim Fritz, Brooke Floyd, and Lexie Newhouse/administrative help from Allison McCallum/content advisors are Brandy C. Williams and Liv Fallon/Music by RJR/Free use music beds: Dan Lebowitz, Silent Partner, and Autonautix/Special thanks to Angie DoddFind source information at the websiteSupport our sponsors!Hair care with Madison Reed at Madison-Reed.com/FALLLINE will get your 10% off!You can also support The Fall Line via Paypal or Patreon!2019 All Rights Reserved
In this preview of season 5, learn more about the case of Shy'Kemmia Pate, who disappeared from her own street--in daylight--surrounded by dozens of neighbors. Yet, no one has come forward in Unadilla, GA, to solve the mystery of what happened to her on September 4, 1998. Season 5 begins on August 7th, 2019.Find the family's social-media page at Searching for Shy Shy Written, researched, and hosted by L. Norton/Interviews by B Hargrove/Produced and mixed/mastered by Maura Currie/research assistants are Haley Gray, Kim Fritz, Brooke Floyd, and Lexie Newhouse/administrative help from Allison McCallum/content advisors are Brandy C. Williams and Liv Fallon/Music by RJRFree use music beds: Dan Lebowitz, Silent Partner, and AutonautixAll Rights Reserved. Any plagiarism, including but not limited to uncredited adaptation of original research, overreliance, credited or otherwise, structural plagiarism, improper paraphrasing and/or quotation will be seen as copyright/IP infringement.You can support The Fall Line by leaving a review, supporting our sponsors, or via Paypal or Patreon!2019 All Rights Reserved
A Few Announcements

A Few Announcements

2019-07-0400:02:581

Just a few announcements concerning remasters, conventions, our next season, and guest appearances! Plus, a promo from All Crime No Cattle's Shea and Erin.
Part 2: A deceased person of interest's name is released by the GBI via official reports. In the conclusion of the story of the Jenkins County Jane Doe, a confession comes to light. This two-part story explores the nearly unknown case of an unidentified woman in Jenkins County, GA, overlapping issues of vulnerability of immigrants, sex trafficking, and the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women are discussed--and the Fall Line team interviews the GBI.Written, researched, and hosted by L Norton/ created by L Norton and B Hargrove/content advisement by Dr. Katherine Hyon, Brandy C Williams, and Liv Fallon/Research assistance by Haley Gray and Kim Fritz/Engineered by Encompass Podcast Studio/Music by RJR. Thanks to the GBI Region 4 Office for participation and a drive to solve this case.Support Sovereign Bodies hereSources at websiteTo support The Fall Line, support our sponsors!Download the Podcoin app right now on iPhone or Android, and use our code FALL - you’ll get 300 Podcoin just for signing upTry Article today: Article.com/FALLLINE to get $50 off your first purchase of $100 or moreHair care with Madison Reed at Madison-Reed.com/FALL will get your 10% off!Try Care/of today: For 50% off your first Care/of order, go to TakeCareOf.com and enter FALL50You can also support The Fall Line via Paypal or Patreon!Names changed unless with express permission from law enforcement in hopes of gaining information regarding the homicide victim discussed herein.2019 All Rights Reserved
Jenkins County Jane Doe Pt 1

Jenkins County Jane Doe Pt 1

2019-05-0100:57:252

In the exploration of the nearly unknown case of an unidentified woman in Jenkins County, GA, overlapping issues of vulnerability of immigrants, sex trafficking, and the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women are discussed--and the Fall Line team meets with a surprise when they interview the GBI.Written, researched, and hosted by L Norton/ created by L Norton and B Hargrove/content advisement by Dr. Katherine Hyon, Brandy C Williams, and Liv Fallon/Research assistance by Haley Gray and Kim Fritz/Engineered by Encompass Podcast Studio/Music by RJRSupport Sovereign Bodies hereSources at websiteTo support The Fall Line, support our sponsors!Try Article today: Article.com/FALLLINE to get $50 off your first purchase of $100 or moreHair care with Madison Reed at Madison-Reed.com/FALL will get your 10% off!Listen to Not Guilty on the Parcast networkYou can also support The Fall Line via Paypal or Patreon!2019 All Rights Reserved
Christmas Doe & Dennis Doe

Christmas Doe & Dennis Doe

2019-04-2401:02:153

This episode covers two child Does from Georgia, and the reasons why they may not have been reported missing. Dennis Doe, found in a Dekalb County cemetery in , and Christmas Doe, discovered off a logging road in Ware County in 1988, are covered, with interviews with Angeline Hartmann of NCMEC/Inside Crime and retired GBI forensic artist Marla Lawson.Co-created, hosted, written, and researched by Laurah Norton. Co-creation and interviews by Brooke Hargrove. Content advisement by Liv Fallon and Brandy C. Williams. Research assistance by Haley Gray and Kim Fritz. Mixed and mastered by Encompass Podcast Studio. Music by RJR. Thanks to Dekalb County Medical Examiner's Office's Linda Gochenour and Mark Anglin.Sources at website To support The Fall Line, support our sponsors!Hair care with Madison Reed at Madison-Reed.com/FALL will get you 10% off!You can also support The Fall Line via Paypal or Patreon! 2019 All Rights Reserved
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Comments (7)

ldavidson1216

Online obsession, "citizen detectives" with zero investigative or journalistic qualifications except having listened to podcasts and deciding who is guilty and then seeking out and contacting family members is cruel, vicious and stupid acts of attention seekers. It revictimizes parents, sisters, brothers, aunts, uncles, grandparents and other family and friends of those who are missing or murdered. It is emotional assault on families living every day crushed under grief and loss and it is abusive. If it is not a true tip (NOT THEORY) made to law enforcement, I wish there was a way to have those people prosecuted for contacting family with "I think" or "I believe" half-baked theories after listening to podcasts or after following a missing person's site or page. If a person cannot restrain themselves from giving their theories on an unsolved case, then CONTACT LAW ENFORCEMENT NOT HURTING FAMILIES.

Sep 17th
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alli lent

I really don't think "favored the sketch" means the same as "resembled the sketch" which is what you're trying to say....

Sep 11th
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S W K

Ten minutes of the same statement/story being repeated over and over and over and over. Too much!

Jun 11th
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S W K

There is 10 minutes of conversation that is painful to listen to.....because it is the SAME statement being repeated over. and over. and over.

Jun 11th
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Daniel Dippel

Why do the people who do podcasts have to record the intro music so much louder than the rest of the episodes?

Apr 18th
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Cassie Erikson

fantastic podcast. moving and extremely informative. I highly recommend!!

Jan 14th
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Kaisetta Johnson

I was listening to the most recent episode and it cut off about 7-8 mins into it.

Jan 9th
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