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“The past is filled with incredible mysteries; the clues to solving them all around; hidden in plain sight. But these stories begin with some of the most famous vanishings in history." Join attorney Jennifer Taylor and investigator Chris Williamson as they re-open some of the biggest disappearance cases in all of history. Chasing clues, witnesses and new information Jennifer and Chris will take you on the ride of a lifetime and uncover new evidence in some of the biggest historical cold case ...
 
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And now we’ve reached the end. In part 4 I mentioned that we’ve covered this case, in essence, two times. The John Wilkes Booth story represents, for me, a very big struggle for the show because we had to change the structure midway through research, and just before we were set to launch an entire season based on the case you just heard. And now, i…
 
It's easy to make extraordinary claims when they're unchallenged. But that's about to change. A few episodes back, I encouraged you to jump down this rabbit hole. And now, I'm here to help you climb back out. Welcome to the fourth episode of our series on John Wilkes Booth. Trial by Jury. LINKS Our Website Vanished on Twitter Vanished on Instagram …
 
I have a lot of heavy lifting to do. In part 3 of our series on John Wilkes Booth, my investigation is in full swing. Joined by a world class guest list, I dive into the case head first in an effort to understand how and why Booth might have escaped, the complex introduction of DNA into the case, and the first trial that took place on this case a l…
 
I’ve been investigating historical mysteries for a long time. And everything always begins with a story. It’s hard to look at our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln as controversial. But he was. As much as he’s now revered the world over for his acts during his presidency, there were many people that stood in opposition of Lincoln and the Union. When …
 
What you’re about to hear really started for me a few years ago. I was just about to leave Los Angeles for our big family move out to the midwest. I was in the Los Angeles Public Library looking through some microfilm on Amelia Earhart when I stumbled back a little too far and found the contents of an 1862 Valentines’ note to Lucy Lambert Hale; a p…
 
This is the end. And frankly I’m relieved to be through it. To be honest, when we first decided we’d venture outside the Amelia Earhart case, I had doubts. I still do if I’m being completely honest. But starting with Jack the Ripper was a good experiment for me. It tested my emotional ability to get through a case like this and come out the other s…
 
On New Years’ Eve 1888, a body was found floating in the Thames at Chiswick. A channel known historically by locals as “the quiet river”. Upon inquisition into the finding, it was said that the body had been in the river for a month. Maybe more. Five days after the body was discovered, the Acton, Chiswick, and Turnham Green Gazette reported on the …
 
Ripperology ripper +‎ - ology The study of Jack the Ripper, an unidentified serial killer active around the Whitechapel district of London in the late 19th century. Investigating a historical mystery is hard. All of the witnesses are deceased, all of the physical evidence is gone. The documents and files have been lost. Even the scene of the crimes…
 
Ripperology ripper +‎ - ology The study of Jack the Ripper, an unidentified serial killer active around the Whitechapel district of London in the late 19th century. In part one we laid the foundation for this case. That’s important. After finishing that, it's now time to dive into our investigation. And that starts with asking a fundamental questio…
 
Amongst so much death, darkness and despair in Whitechapel, London the murders of five women during the autumn of 1888 sent shockwaves across the world that are being felt to this very day. The perpetrator, or perpetrators, who took the lives of these five was never brought to justice. He simply vanished into the darkness. You are about to embark o…
 
In autumn of 1888, the world was rocked by the savage murders of five women in Whitechapel London. The investigation into those murders spawned a worldwide obsession that continues to this very day. Join returning cohosts, criminal defense attorney Jennifer Taylor and investigative podcaster Chris Williamson as they travel back to Whitechapel to tr…
 
This story begins with the most famous assassination in history. After he fired the bullet that murdered Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth went on the run. A run that most say ended 12 nights later when he was cornered in a tobacco barn in Virginia. But there are many that believe that night in Virginia wasn’t the ending at all. In fact, it was on…
 
Our journey is over. We created something that I didn’t know that we could. And we did it together. And now as I look back on everything that we accomplished, I can finally move forward into an exciting future. One of hope. One of faith. And one where the skies are the limit. I think Amelia would appreciate that. So, goodbye Amelia & Fred. Wherever…
 
In 1965, Major Joseph Gervais was invited to speak at a gathering of retired pilots. While he was there, he was introduced to Mrs. Irene Bolam by one of Amelia Earhart's closet friends, Viola Gentry. Gervais felt he instantly recognized her as an older version of Amelia Earhart and commenced to research her past. Using Gervais' research, author Joe…
 
As the diary page of Katrina Van Tassel garners worldwide attention, an investigation on both sides of the story begins. Attorney Jennifer Taylor and investigator Chris Williamson interview experts on both sides of the spectrum and a trial with testimony from both the Van Brunt and Van Tassel families takes place... Vanished Sleepy Hollow Part Two …
 
A new relic is discovered in Sleepy Hollow that could break an over 200-year-old cold case wide open. A never before seen diary entry from Katrina Van Tassel will bring attorney Jennifer Taylor and investigator Chris Williamson back together to unravel a new chapter in one of the most famous vanishings of all time. Vanished Sleepy Hollow Part One f…
 
“I think everyone that looks at that photo can agree that the two individuals in it are Caucasian. My question for the jury is if they aren’t Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan, who were they? There are people that say well there were probably other white people there. No; there were no other white people there and I have the source documents from the …
 
"There are theories and there is truth. And this is the truth at last." What happened to Amelia Earhart & Fred Noonan? Were they simply lost at sea like the United States government claimed, or did they fly to Nikumaroro or maybe reverse course just over their halfway point to Buka? As of part 13’s release, we’ve just passed the 82nd year since the…
 
"It's so hard to identify it because you're looking at the ghost of the air-frame; you're looking at the coral that has grown around the structure and that structure is gone." Crime scenes might be the running theme for this trial. But here’s a scenario that I want to explain to people who aren’t familiar with this case. It’s an easy visual; so, fo…
 
SHOW NOTES: Smith & Vinson's Official Website Jennifer Taylor @ Smith & Vinson Jennifer Taylor on TwitterSmith & Vinson on Twitter Smith & Vinson on Facebook "Vanished: Amelia Earhart" was recorded in its entirety by the Zoom H1N microphone. Get yours here. A special thank you to Chris Cogswell of the "Mad Scientist Podcast" for recording tonight's…
 
SNOW NOTES Smith & Vinson's Official Website Jennifer Taylor @ Smith & Vinson Jennifer Taylor on Twitter Smith & Vinson on Twitter Smith & Vinson on Facebook "Vanished: Amelia Earhart" was recorded in its entirety by the Zoom H1N microphone. Get yours here. A special thank you to the ladies at the "Do You Even Podcast" podcast for recording tonight…
 
"Until we have that plane in my mind there are other possibilities; even if the witnesses on the stand today say 'highly improbable' that may be so but until we find her plane; until we find her resting place I think that there's always other possibilities." July the 2nd 1937 is a day clouded in judgment. Many people believe that it was the last da…
 
"If they never find her, having her life end with a mystery is still fascinating; in fact, it might be the most fascinating ending that you can have in this case." On June 29th, 1937 a tired Amelia Earhart & Fred Noonan touched down in Lae New Guinea having reached the 3-quarter mark of their record attempt at circumnavigating the globe. Long days …
 
"It’s time to take this entire case; all 82 years of it and burn it all down." When we decided to do this series not too long ago, the first question that I asked was how do we approach a case like this in a way that hasn’t already been done? And how can we make it interesting and fun even? The idea for what you’re about to hear came to me almost a…
 
Spring has arrived. Finally. It’s been a long and brutal winter in Atchison, Kansas. The interesting thing about Spring is that it signals a rebirth. Winter brings death, Spring brings that death back to life. And the birds' chirp. Which is always nice. Six episodes down in this series and tonight things start to shift. When last we left her, Ameli…
 
"That plane; the entire project; the mission was a Purdue mission. If it's ever recovered, it belongs to us." Normally, I start each part of the show by telling you where I’m at. Tonight, I just can’t do that. My location has to remain unknown except for this. I’m somewhere in the northwest. A tease I know but I had to make a promise to the people …
 
“The men you know, have been somewhat worried about such a long flight for us. They seem to have visions of us smashing up all over the countryside. So the thing for us to do is to prove that their fears have been foolish.” Welcome back to Vanished: Amelia Earhart. A question to kick off tonight’s show. What are some dates that you remember in your…
 
"Aviation, this young modern giant, exemplifies the possible relationship of women and the creations of science. Although women have not taken full advantage of its use and benefits, air travel is as available to them as to men." Welcome back to Vanished: Amelia Earhart. Tonight I take a little break from the midwest and travel to Morro Bay, Califo…
 
“I’m more or less mortgaging the future to go on. But what are futures for?” Welcome back to Atchison, Kansas and Vanished: Amelia Earhart. In the first two parts of this journey, we’ve gotten to know Amelia Earhart as a little girl; spending her youth here in Atchison, before venturing out into the world with her family and then on her own. The ti…
 
Episode Two "What Makes a Legend?" features guests Doug Westfall and Boyd Kelly as they discuss the early days of aviation, the aeronautical environment in that time and how Amelia Earhart was introduced to aviation; where she would make an impact that's still felt to this day. SHOW NOTES: Special Books; Doug Westfall's publishing website Boyd Kell…
 
Episode One "What Makes a Legend?" features guests J.A. Kiehl and Susan Butler as they discuss Amelia's upbringing in the quaint Midwestern town of Atchison Kansas, her schooling through college and her experiences as a nurse in Canada during the war. In this debut episode of our new limited series, we try and answer the question; are legends born …
 
Following the disappearance of aviation icons Amelia Earhart, Fred Noonan and their Lockheed Electra 10E in 1937, the world speculates on their fate; creating multiple theories to explain their vanishing over the Pacific Ocean. In 2018, documentarian Chris Williamson begins an investigation over a decade in the making. Shortly after his investigati…
 
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