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Case 201: Janet Chandler

Case 201: Janet Chandler

Update: 2022-03-0475
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When 22-year-old Janet Chandler was abducted while working the night shift at the Blue Mill Inn on January 31 1979, her disappearance appeared to be part of a robbery...



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Narration – Anonymous Host

Research & writing – Elsha McGill

Creative direction – Milly Raso

Production and music – Mike Migas

Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn




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Comments (16)

Constance Jemma Simmonds

this episode is too traumatic. i was nearly physically sick listening to this. that poor women. horrific. what scum bags!!

Apr 12th
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Lavinia Markel

I sarcastically hope they can all sleep with the excuses they have. to actually participate in this and do nothing, you all are sick people who deserve no sympathy. I hope your families are all ashamed of what you become and treat you accordingly.

Mar 16th
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Tina Denise

chris v you still listen to these?

Mar 8th
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MM

This is disgusting, she slept with someone's boyfriend so they gang-raped her and partied around her and watched? What the actual fuck?!?! The female attendee's pathetic excuses are exactly that, pathetic. All the spectators were just too selfish with their own lives. They could have found protection and done the right thing, they could have stopped it right there. Also, it was pre-planned, they could have stopped it before it happened! Mind-boggling and revolting, every single one of them.

Mar 5th
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Anita Simaganis

gawd damn I hate these kinda gang/hyena mentality cases I bet $100 all the 'talk' about her was just lies & jealousy & gossip I really hope they have to atone for that in the next world

Mar 5th
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Alex Harris

"often times" you don't need the "times".

Mar 4th
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😀😁😂🤣😃😄🤬😡🥱🤫🤔

Can the police tell if a vehicle is 4 wheel drive just by looking at the tire tracks it left in the snow?

Mar 4th
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