50 episódios

Now in its third season, Hell And Gone is a podcast from iHeartRadio and School of Humans that follows writer and private investigator Catherine Townsend as she investigates unsolved deaths. This season, she investigates the death of Mitrice Richardson in Malibu, California.On September 16, 2009, the Lost Hills Sheriff's department responded to a 911 at a local restaurant where 24 year old Mitrice was behaving erratically and refused to pay her bill. Police took her to jail then released her in the middle of the night without her phone, wallet or access to her car. She was never seen alive again. 

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Now in its third season, Hell And Gone is a podcast from iHeartRadio and School of Humans that follows writer and private investigator Catherine Townsend as she investigates unsolved deaths. This season, she investigates the death of Mitrice Richardson in Malibu, California.On September 16, 2009, the Lost Hills Sheriff's department responded to a 911 at a local restaurant where 24 year old Mitrice was behaving erratically and refused to pay her bill. Police took her to jail then released her in the middle of the night without her phone, wallet or access to her car. She was never seen alive again. 

    Introducing: Crossing the Line with M. William Phelps

    Introducing: Crossing the Line with M. William Phelps

    From the team that brought you Paper Ghosts, Crossing the Line with M. William Phelps is a weekly true crime podcast that dives deep into cases that have rarely been covered.
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    • 2 min
    Buried Secrets

    Buried Secrets

    Catherine follows the trails at the back of the Malibu Canyon Ranch. As season three comes to an end, we reflect on a tumultuous year in Los Angeles and what could have happened to Mitrice.
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    • 40 min
    Dark Creek

    Dark Creek

    Catherine goes back to the trail to look for more access points to Dark Canyon. Catherine also discusses Mitrice’s family’s legal battle against the LASD, Los Angeles County, and the officers on duty the night Mitrice was arrested.
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    • 35 min
    Murders in the Mountains

    Murders in the Mountains

    With the pandemic in mind, Catherine does some cyber sleuthing. She discovers that the area where Mitrice's remains were found has seen a variety of other murders and deaths.
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    • 36 min
    LA Confidential

    LA Confidential

    In an attempt to find out what happened to Mitrice while she was at the police station, the team attempts to track down one of the most crucial pieces of physical evidence...the surveillance videotape. 
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    • 48 min
    S1 Bonus: Case Update - Arrest Made

    S1 Bonus: Case Update - Arrest Made

    An arrest has been made in the season one case of Rebekah Gould. Catherine has an update.
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    • 15 min

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Lu Amaral Miranda ,

My thoughts

There are so many true crime podcasts in which the victim has unfortunately died by suicide, but the hosts insist in saying “why would they walk so far to commit suicide?” and “they made plans for the whole week, why would they? Or that they looked fine and or happy.

Yes, they walk long long long trying to find the courage to do it. Yes, they “make plans” trying to not look suspicious, they don’t want to be stopped. Podcasters should get more information about how suicide works or even listen to other podcasts to see how those things do happen, maybe a collective realization would be helpful.

Also, in all those cases, the parents first thought when hearing about their children’s death/disappearance? Suicide. Afterwards, they try to take it back and insist on further investigations. They know it, they’ve seen them suffering. Deep inside they know what has happened. Unfortunately, it’s too hard for them to accept it. And with that I can totally sympathize :(

(Other podcasts I mentioned above with mysteries that in my opinion are unfortunately suicide: Maura Murray, Tom Browns body, Belgium boy missing in Australia...)

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