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Up and Vanished is an investigative true crime podcast hosted by Atlanta filmmaker Payne Lindsey. In Season 1, Payne tackles his first cold case story, the unsolved disappearance of Georgia high school teacher and former pageant queen, Tara Grinstead. The 11-year-old case remains the largest case file in Georgia history and is still unfolding. Season 2 focuses on the disappearance of young mother Kristal Reisinger from a remote mountain town in Colorado. Up and Vanished aims to tell compelling, true stories and give these cases the exposure they deserve.

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Up and Vanished presents "Sworn." A new podcast series hosted by Philip Holloway. Episode 2 of Sworn is available right now on the Sworn podcast channel. If you like it, subscribe and listen.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Up and Vanished and Murder on the Orient Express present a podcast exclusive, "Everyone Is a Suspect." True crime often inspires the most successful fictional crime stories. When told by a visionary novelist like Dame Agatha Christie, dubbed "The Queen of Crime," these fictional stories can become larger than life and even more compelling than truth. "Everyone Is a Suspect" dives deeper into both fact and fiction, taking a closer look at the “Crime of the Century," the 1932 Lindbergh Baby kidnapping, which, along with Christie’s own experiences as a passenger on the Orient express, inspired her to write the 1934 novel Murder on the Orient Express. In true Up and Vanished fashion, host Payne Lindsey will reexamine the Lindbergh kidnapping case, and even retrace Christie’s steps by embarking on his own trip aboard the Orient Express. In preparation for the November 10th premiere of Murder on the Orient Express, the podcast will also include interview episodes titled, "The Suspects.” Each episode will focus on the upcoming film, featuring a collection of cast interviews, discussing the MOTOE novel and film, the parallels between true crime and fiction, podcasting, and more. Mixed by: ResonateRecordings.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Payne Lindsey talks True Crime with “The Suspects” in these exclusive interviews with the cast of Murder On the Orient Express. Mixed by ResonateRecordings.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Payne Lindsey delves into the making of Murder On the Orient Express, discussing “behind the scenes” with the cast. Mixed by ResonateRecordings.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It’s been a while since Payne and his team visited Ocilla, Georgia and Tara Grinstead's case. Between Ryan’s hearings, the upcoming trial, and developments that no one saw coming, it's time to delve back in to the Season 1 case.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Trial Series: Confession

The Trial Series: Confession

2019-02-1800:43:5426

This week we dig into Ryan’s confession to the GBI - the drug use, the discussion board leak, and the bond hearing bombshells.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Payne and Phil sat down to answer listener questions about Ryan, Bo, and the upcoming trialLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The events of January 1, 2019 may have a significant effect on the Tara Grinstead case. Payne seeks perspective on Bo Dukes’ latest criminal charges.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Trial Series: What's next?

The Trial Series: What's next?

2019-03-1200:43:1021

As of now, Ryan Duke’s trial is set for April 1, 2019. Payne and the UAV team talk to some of their most informed sources to prepare for what’s next.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For our last weekly episode until Ryan's trial, we sat down for a bonus interview with Ashleigh Merchant, plus asked Dr. Maurice Godwin and Philip Holloway to answer some of your questions.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Trial of Bo Dukes

The Trial of Bo Dukes

2019-04-2700:34:288

Philip Holloway leads us through the Bo Dukes trial in Wilcox County on March 18, 2019.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Trial Update: Ryan Duke + Q&A

Trial Update: Ryan Duke + Q&A

2019-05-2400:59:1522

Philip Holloway leads us through the legal reasoning behind Ryan Duke's latest trial postponement.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Explore bizarre, real-life horror stories in 'Radio Rental’, a new anthology series from the producers that brought you 'Up and Vanished’, and ‘To Live and Die in LA’. Creator and host Payne Lindsey interviews people who have lived to tell their terrifying tales. This semi-scripted series is set in a fictional video rental store, where actor Rainn Wilson voices the store clerk, Terry Carnation, guiding you through your Radio Rental experience, and sharing his VHS collection of real-life horror stories. From Tenderfoot TV and Cadence 13... welcome to Radio Rental.Visit www.radiorentalusa.com for more information.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A story from Payne Lindsey's newest podcast called Radio Rental available now. For more information visit www.radiorentalusa.com.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
S1E1: Cold as Alaska

S1E1: Cold as Alaska

2016-08-0700:25:56108

Payne learns about this mysterious case and starts his investigation. Things don't go as planned but he might just have his first lucky break.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
S1E2: White Rabbits

S1E2: White Rabbits

2016-08-2200:27:2256

We learn that everything isn't always what it seems in this case. New figures emerge, and the people of Ocilla are finally talking.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
S1E3: The Alibi

S1E3: The Alibi

2016-09-0600:28:4048

We talk to Anthony Vickers and learn about some new people in this case. Then, someone's alibi gets a thorough examination. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
S1E4: Snapdragon Road

S1E4: Snapdragon Road

2016-09-2700:26:4036

The biggest lead yet takes us underneath a home in Ocilla. We learn more about this mysterious fire on Snapdragon Road.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Case Evidence 10.03.16

Case Evidence 10.03.16

2016-10-0400:08:328

Take a deeper look at the evidence as experts discuss new developments in the case. In our first episode of Case Evidence, we recap some important information regarding the house fire on Snapdragon Road.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
S1E5: The Black Truck

S1E5: The Black Truck

2016-10-1100:23:0232

In this episode we explore an old lead from 2006 about a black truck seen in Tara's yard and on the surrounding street on the night that she disappeared.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Timothy Williams

Warning for new listeners: This podcast becomes a muddled mess after just a few episodes. The "investigation" and reporting are painfully underwhelming. I gave up before finishing and just read the news reports from actual reporters. If you really want to stick with it, skip the Case Evidence and Q&A episodes. In the Dark is a similar podcast, but so much better (and done by real reporters) in every aspect.

Dec 2nd
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Timothy Williams

For new listeners, you can skip the case evidence episodes. They're 99% useless filler for ad revenue.

Nov 23rd
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Timothy Williams

This is where I gave up on the podcast. It had barely been holding my attention over the last couple of episodes, but it has become pointless. I don't really care to hear this guy stoke his ego any more.

Nov 23rd
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Timothy Williams

"Our first guest today is Nancy Grace." ... *Next Episode *

Nov 21st
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Liesl Manone

Why didn't she call the cops?

Nov 18th
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Robin Montgomery

is it just my phone or is Payne's voice way sped up on season 2? I can't hardly listen to it

Nov 15th
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Shae Bair

terrible episode

Nov 14th
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Juan DLT

yea, I'm definitely subscribing.

Nov 13th
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ilovepodcasts41

I would not even have considered opening that blind. I would've been running out the door calling the cops. Super creepy.

Nov 11th
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Jason B

Do you guys listen to these post production, before release? For us plebs who dont have production studio equipment, these calls were unintelligible.

Nov 8th
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Gauri Menon

whoa....hang on white Ford? wasn't it black for like the whole series? And why is Ryan talking about guilt? he obviously isn't feeling all that guilty because if he was he wouldn't have let this go on for more than a decade!! he seems more upset that he got caught. maybe he has like an acute form of amnesia or something or severe short term memory loss.

Nov 8th
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christine picard

keep them in the desert. "Payton is one of the masters" yikes

Nov 7th
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Jason B

2 episodes pretty much entirely devoted to third party interviews on how crystal was so awesome and unique. Nearly this entire episode has about spiritual medium garbage. You put way too much fluff in these in order to flesh out full seasons, which is a shame, because it seems like you do a lot of good investigative work. You did it in season 1, but there was enough to keep the podcast going. Atlanta monster was worse, and I had to skip episodes. The thing about the slow burn approach is that if you burn it too slowly, the fuse goes out. Time to start skipping episodes again. Something tells me I won't miss much, and what I do miss will be brought up again multiple times in later episodes.

Nov 7th
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Lacey Wahl

Kinda wish Payne would continue with the other podcasts already out.

Nov 6th
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Gauri Menon

this was a difficult one to listen to. I mean any logical person when notified about a dead body by their friend would be like "dude we need to go to the police". I think Brooke is definitely clouded by her feelings of love and warmth for BO and while it doesn't justify her behavior it does explain how she continues to see him in a semi positive light. either way...I am so curious as to why Brooke did not go to the station herself- was there something she was afraid of? I don't know if she's in denial or just in love and is having a hard time facing the truth that her sig. other or ex sig. other had a hand in the disappearance of Tara. I think BO is just as culpable as Ryan. He may not have been involved directly with her murder but helping someone cover it up isn't that still a crime? Regardless I am very curious to find out what happens next.

Nov 4th
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Chante Harris

omg I cannot even stand listening to him... he is so here and there and everywhere...and answering 0 questions! ughhh

Nov 2nd
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andrew kern

this guy is a great A+ FAG, learn your manners stop smacking that dick in your mouth little bitch

Nov 1st
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andrew kern

Adam Bell you're a faggot STFU bitch

Oct 31st
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Shae Bair

yeah she kept in contact with her daughter but who would move 5 hours away from their daughter and lover for some spiritual Calling?? stupid

Oct 30th
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andrew kern

this bitch is so selfish she dont give a fuck about Tara shes defending a killer with all her heart, disgusting she probably was apart of the whole situation, how are you gonna be that selfish and defend this monster fag dukes, bo deserves the same exact fate Ryan is getting, shut your mouth dumb bitch and admit that your dumb ass boyfriend is a killer or had something to do with it and should of said something as soon as he seen the body

Oct 30th
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