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Author: Tenderfoot TV

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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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The Trial of Bo Dukes

The Trial of Bo Dukes

2019-04-2700:34:28

Philip Holloway leads us through the Bo Dukes trial in Wilcox County on March 18, 2019.
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.
The Trial Series: What's next?

The Trial Series: What's next?

2019-03-1200:43:1011

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.
We are happy to announce a new podcast under the Tenderfoot TV umbrella. Introducing To Live and Die in LA, an investigative true crime podcast. Rolling Stone writer and New York Times best-selling author, Neil Strauss takes you inside his real time investigation into the disappearance of Adea Shabani, an aspiring actress and model who vanished from her Hollywood apartment. To Live and Die in LA is available right now. Listen wherever you get your podcasts or at www.livediela.com.
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.
Payne and Phil sat down to answer listener questions about Ryan, Bo, and the upcoming trial
Introducing you to a new podcast called Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia.  When Elizabeth Short, also known as “The Black Dahlia” was brutally killed in Los Angeles in 1947, it gripped the entire country, and became America’s most infamous unsolved murder. The case remains officially open, but many believe Dr. George Hodel to be the killer, thanks to the investigation by Hodel’s own son. For the first time ever, using unearthed archival audio and fresh interviews, the Hodels open up to tell their story, and the harrowing legacy of Dr. Hodel that has lasted generations. It turns out that this famous murder is only one of their awful family secrets. Through 8 episodes, sisters Rasha Pecoraro and Yvette Gentile will take a deep dive into their family history to try to figure out what really happened, and where do they all go from here?Subscribe now.
The Trial Series: Confession

The Trial Series: Confession

2019-02-1800:43:5417

This week we dig into Ryan’s confession to the GBI - the drug use, the discussion board leak, and the bond hearing bombshells.
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.
Starting Monday, February 11th, UAV will be releasing new update episodes regarding Tara Grinstead’s case. To refresh your memory of the  Grinstead case, here’s episode 13. At this point in 2017, the case broke and everything started to change...
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Comments (101)

Apple Betty

Has this podcast up and vanished???

May 17th
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Nate Mylott

What was so interesting about the judge's instructions to the jury?

May 14th
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Heather Manning-Ayala

He has got to stop eating when he is on the phone. It’s driving my ears insane. Now that I have that out, he reminds me of my brother before he got clean. The ramblings and threatening, and the way he talks in general.

May 10th
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Jason B

Lol these falsely low narrations are cringey. Glad you guys started talking in your regular voices in later podcasts.

May 7th
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ZUMOSIC 1823

I'm patiently waiting to hear more about kristal. you not posting anymore? it's been since December. its may

May 6th
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Apple Betty

ZUMOSIC 1823 I was wondering the same thing.

May 17th
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ABR

Criticizing Kristal's family for wanting to know where she is, what happened to her, and who did it is low. Guilt-tripping them for wanting those involved to face some consequences is even lower.

May 5th
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ABR

Thanks for defending Kristal and clearing up some of the confusion around the decision to leave Kasha with her father. Doesn't surprise me to hear some judgmental (and uninformed) opinions regarding this. Having a child living with you while you're struggling to stay clean and alfloat mentally is not healthy for anyone. From where I'm standing, it sounds like Kristal and her family recognized she was unable to provide a safe and stable home for Kasha at that particular time. It takes a lot of strength, humility, and responsibility for a loving mother to admit that and do what's best for her child. Respect.

May 4th
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Emily Varona

ABR You are absolutely right! Great way to explain and MAYBE start educating ppl!

May 9th
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ABR

Really surprised some folks find this boring! To me, this is by far the most interesting season yet. Perhaps it's because I've spent so much of my life around people like this... oddballs, hippies, spiritual seeker types, etc. Almost feels like this terrible injustice happened to somebody I know. It definitely hits close to home.

May 4th
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Kayla Sandvick

Rest in Peace Dusty, you were a great man and we'll always remember you and all your efforts you put into this case.

May 3rd
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ebony e

Brooke said that Ryan had no car so he took Bo's truck but did anyone notice she was saying he used "Her Car" then changed it to Bo's truck.... she know's way more then she's letting on.

May 3rd
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ebony e

I still feel like the glove had been dropped by the police officer she knew. Perhaps he secretly let himself into her place to check why she wasn't answeing his calls then dropped the glove when he left. Maybe that's why his DNA doesn't show up on the criminal database and samples taken from suspects.

May 2nd
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Kathy Marie

ebony e This glove haunts my dreams

May 10th
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Kelly Piliere

just discovered this podcast the other day and I've been binging the podcast since! I was so surprised to hear the story about Lauren Giddings cause I went to Mercer University during the time the murder occurred. so many creepy stories came out about that guy after he was arrested!

Apr 28th
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Rose Heuring

love the podcast

Apr 27th
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Saralysette Stauffer

my missing person is not a Halloween decoration. those sick fucks.

Apr 24th
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Sharon Grant

Will there be any more episodes on the Kristal case?

Apr 22nd
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Alissa Maxwell

whooooaaa bombshell

Apr 19th
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Icecream Party

Sound is on point tho

Apr 19th
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Icecream Party

Damn ungrateful. You solved any epic murder cases lately Cassie?

Apr 19th
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Kt Young

Serial copycat podcast except super boring. And those deep south accents... good lawdy, can understand every 5th word.

Apr 16th
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Eric Buenos Diaz

if anything this kinda makes Bo look more guilty considering his manipulative nature and history

Apr 15th
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