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Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories is a podcast drama with a modern twist on old time radio that delves into the mystery of true cold cases and unsolved murders. With the help of an ensemble cast, follow our hosts as they take you on an entertaining journey through the crime scene, the investigation and attempt to solve the case. With many surprising plot twists, it’s important you start listening from the first episode of a cold case. New episodes are released every Tuesday. Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories is part of the Parcast Network and is a Cutler Media Production.

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Dracula wasn’t the only frightful fiction conjured by Irish author Bram Stoker… In this retelling of “The Judge’s House,” a Cambridge student is overcome with curiosity — then dread — as he faces an evil man’s terrifying legacy. Listen to Part 1 right here, then search “Haunted Places: Ghost Stories” to hear Part 2, when the Judge himself comes calling…  Haunted Places: Ghost Stories is a Spotify Original from Parcast. Every Thursday, find a new tale of terror from some of history’s greatest authors. Listen free on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
E237: Daisy Zick Pt. 1

E237: Daisy Zick Pt. 1

2021-02-2334:373

On January 14th, 1963, Raymond Mercer waited for his girlfriend, Daisy Zick, to show up at the factory where they both worked. She never arrived. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The 1874 Saxtown ax murders turned neighbor against neighbor in the small Illinois town. Missing money, a sizable inheritance, and rumors of a family feud inflamed paranoid accusations. And just as it seemed justice might be served, the case ran cold. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On March 19th, 1874, Fritz Stelzriede picked up a mysterious package and made rounds at a farm auction before heading home to Saxtown, Illinois. By the next morning, his home had been ransacked, and the entire family was dead. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On July 5th 1919, 21-year-old Bella Wright was found dead in the English countryside, her bicycle strewn across the road beside her. Investigators thought her death was accidental, until new evidence revealed she had been murdered. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The 1931 gunshot death of Geli Raubal was ruled a suicide by Munich police, but for many people, questions remained. With Hitler’s political career on the line, Nazi officials resorted to cruel measures to control the official narrative.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
She’s said to be Hitler’s greatest love — a vivacious companion who became a romantic obsession. Was Geli Raubal also the future Führer’s first victim?  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
By March 1989, Florence Broadhurst’s case had been cold for over a decade. But a string of murders in suburban Sydney, Australia brought renewed attention to the legendary designer’s mysterious death.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sultry stage performer, shrewd businesswoman, charming dressmaker… Florence Broadhurst knew the power of bold reinvention. In 1961, on the brink of financial ruin, she took a gamble that created an empire. But the enemies were close behind.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For decades, family members and sleuths have tried to determine what really happened the night of the fire. As of yet, they have been unsuccessful. But the clues remain, the questions linger, and the case unofficially stays open…  This episode is presented by Unexplained Mysteries, a Spotify Original from Parcast. For more of history’s greatest puzzles, follow Unexplained Mysteries free on Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the aftermath of the fire, a startling number of tips, twists, and witnesses came forward regarding the fate of the Sodder children. Their father, George, followed the clues for decades, driven by a suspicion of the “official” story and a belief that the blaze was no accident. This episode is presented by Unexplained Mysteries, a Spotify Original from Parcast. For more of history’s greatest puzzles, follow Unexplained Mysteries free on Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Early Christmas day in 1945, Jennie Sodder woke up to her house on fire. The blaze consumed her home, and five of her young children. Or did it? Strange events, prescient remarks, and a lack of human remains hinted at more nefarious — though no less tragic — outcomes.  This episode is presented by Unexplained Mysteries, a Spotify Original from Parcast. For more of history’s greatest puzzles, follow Unexplained Mysteries free on Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the immediate aftermath of Lewis's death, all signs pointed toward suicide. But in the years that followed, the evidence and witness testimonies around what happened that night began to crumble. Soon, whispers started to spread that the American explorer hadn't killed himself at all…  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The American explorer Meriwether Lewis was made famous by a pioneering cross-country expedition. But in 1809, three years after its triumphant conclusion, he was shot to death. The mystery of who killed him — and why — has outlived him for centuries.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Before Toureaux was murdered, the 29-year-old was simultaneously working as a spy for both the Italian fascists and the communists — and picking up money as an informant for the Paris police. Nothing about her life made sense. But nothing about her death did, either. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In 1937, Laetitia Toureaux entered the first class car of the Paris metro alone. Less than a minute later, she was bleeding to death with a knife in her neck. Her murder would unravel a web of political secrets stretching out across France.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
E225: Helen Jewett Pt. 2

E225: Helen Jewett Pt. 2

2020-11-1739:016

There was only one suspect in Helen Jewett's brutal murder: her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Richard. But as the story of Jewett's death spread through the tabloids, Richard was treated less like a killer, and more like a celebrity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
E224: Helen Jewett Pt. 1

E224: Helen Jewett Pt. 1

2020-11-1039:099

In 1836, a 23-year-old sex worker named Helen Jewett was found dead in bed at her upscale Manhattan brothel. Once the city's tabloids got a hold of the scandalous details, the case quickly became one of the most divisive in 19th century America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
E223: Bobby Fuller Pt. 2

E223: Bobby Fuller Pt. 2

2020-11-0334:5911

A mysterious gunman, a music exec with mob ties, suspiciously timed life insurance policies… The LAPD may have ruled Bobby’s death a suicide, but evidence pointed overwhelmingly to foul play.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
E222: Bobby Fuller Pt. 1

E222: Bobby Fuller Pt. 1

2020-10-2736:5115

In July 1966, Bobby Fuller — the musician who popularized “I Fought The Law” and was dubbed “The Rock and Roll King of the Southwest” — wanted out of his band, and out of his contract. Then he was found dead in his car, his body bruised, bloodied, and doused in gasoline. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Grunkle Hatter

oh look a AD fuck off Parcast

Feb 25th
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Johnny Green

This shit sucked!!! He turns into a homeless piece of shit that is white fighting for black people that have tons of opportunity in a free country. dont put this crap back on her u sjw!!!

Feb 2nd
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Ralph Holtom

The truly shite amateur dramatics makes this unlistenable. Just tell the bloody story!

Jan 29th
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Anita Simaganis

what in the hillbilly inbred nonsense is this??? AND HE STILL HAD THE NERVE TO PROCEED WITH HIS JUDGEMENTS?!?

Jan 21st
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Grunkle Hatter

yesh the voice acting is just getting worse....

Jan 21st
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Grunkle Hatter

please stop making all women around like fucking morons.... women and people too and just because it was in the past dose not mean they were any less intelligent then now

Jan 16th
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Grunkle Hatter

it is getting hard to stomach the bad acting in these parcast network shows

Jan 16th
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Grunkle Hatter

oh look! A AD packed with ADs! SKIP!

Dec 31st
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Nikki Edwards

It seems so obvious to me that her brother killed her. He is the one that benefitted the most from her death. Once he realized how much money she had after buying their mother an expensive gift. Then she dies right after that...

Dec 27th
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Grunkle Hatter

I figured I would let you know how your doing! Terrible Parcast just Terrible!

Dec 26th
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dachiggaman

this man has been captured. his name is David Misch

Dec 22nd
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Joe Kerr

With all the talk of slavery it really makes me proud to think that white people were at the forefront of bringing this abhorrent act to a close in the western world.

Dec 22nd
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Eric Magnuson

I don’t understand why people are complaining about ads when you can just fast forward them....The narration, production quality, storytelling, and research are all 2nd to none, but they require money. I’m very happy with this podcast having such great quality with ads rather than some shows that sound like 2 friends recording a drunk conversation on their phone while reading (usually incorrect) info they Googled.

Dec 19th
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Jonathan Reeder

who says there wouldn't be axe MEN??? maybe both men where the killers

Dec 17th
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Jonathan Reeder

crazy how someone can listen to a show and come on here and complain... SMH

Dec 17th
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Tree Gang

why would the dems favor goebel wasnt the confederacy built up of dems

Dec 14th
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Tree Gang

funny she talks about politics in 2016 and now its 2020 and things have gotten even worse

Dec 14th
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Im Watching You

What a whore.

Dec 11th
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Grunkle Hatter

A AD with more ADs fucking Parcast network and there lack or ethics.... sick just sick

Dec 11th
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Grunkle Hatter

Cross over AD Packed with ADs, fuck you parcast network

Dec 11th
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