11 episodes

Solvable is a true-crime podcast that seeks to find the answers to unsolved mysteries. With the cooperation of the investigative agency, Solvable takes the listener behind closed doors and speaks directly to the past and current personnel who are responsible for investigating these crimes. In addition, family members and others who are most impacted by these tragedies share their stories in the hopes that answers will one day be found. 

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    • True Crime
    • 4.8 • 80 Ratings

Solvable is a true-crime podcast that seeks to find the answers to unsolved mysteries. With the cooperation of the investigative agency, Solvable takes the listener behind closed doors and speaks directly to the past and current personnel who are responsible for investigating these crimes. In addition, family members and others who are most impacted by these tragedies share their stories in the hopes that answers will one day be found. 

    10 of 10: Drive By

    10 of 10: Drive By

    A sighting by her ex-husband, or just mistaken identity?
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    • 26 min
    9 of 10: Never the Same

    9 of 10: Never the Same

    Investigators dig deep into the days surrounding Gwen’s disappearance and into the unraveling of a man once revered by his family and friends.
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    • 24 min
    8 of 10: Too Good To Be True

    8 of 10: Too Good To Be True

    An affair that changes everything, the promise of a new and better life, and maybe even happiness. In Gwen’s own words it was, “Almost too good to be true.”
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    • 21 min
    7 of 10: A-L-I-S-H-A, My Namesake

    7 of 10: A-L-I-S-H-A, My Namesake

    Interviews with Gwendolyn Mae Clemons family start to offer a glimpse into the lives of the young mother and her baby daughter, Alisha Ann Heinrich.
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    • 21 min
    6 of 10: Poker Face

    6 of 10: Poker Face

    Investigators follow genetic genealogy tips to Missouri and one piece of the mystery finally comes together. At the same time, an entirely new mystery is revealed to the Solvable team.
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    • 25 min
    5 of 10: The Interstate Man

    5 of 10: The Interstate Man

    He dubbed himself “The Interstate Man” and had dozens of agencies lining up to interview him for his confessed involvement in crimes across North America. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office had a particular interest in one self-professed serial killer’s confession.
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    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
80 Ratings

80 Ratings

kbzof ,

Another theory

The clues are there. They are indirect. How reliable are the supposed sighting of Gwen on the highway with her baby supposedly refusing the help of “Good Samaritans”? Perhaps the sightings were fabricated by Ted and the two criminals and/or by a couple of buddies. The story given by Ted refers to alcohol and an ice box. He probably had personal supply in his truck and didn’t want police to find it, maybe even evidence was in the back or illegal drugs. “Phillip” focused on wealth in his explanation and this alluded to his realization that Gwen was relying on him financially and he wasn’t a wealthy man with a yacht. With his experience he probably knew how to find a hitman, decided to pay his savings set aside for Florida to the man Spider. The serial killer “Lovey” was involved. They all partied drinking and taking drugs. “Phillip” took Gwen along knowing she was going to be killed, and she was murdered probably after being raped. Ted witnessed, and reported that he saw her body because he either wanted to throw the search off or felt some guilt. He knew what she was wearing because he was there when she was murdered. The icebox near the body was probably accurate— left behind with Gwen’s body at the river. The three men were surely all involved. This would support the journal entry. The body of the baby was taken from the place where Gwen was murdered as described.

Rebecca mac ,

Fascinating and well researched!

I binged this podcast really fast. I love genetic genealogy cases. The podcast made this complicated story easy to understand and I enjoyed the first person interviews.

Lilylane ,

Interesting but needs a good editor

This has so much potential but has several production issues that really take away from the storyline and made it harder to follow and focus on the unfolding case. Too many long, rambling interviews full of unnecessary detail (some with interviewers interjecting and people talking over each other). Too many monotone narrators. Lots of clips with poor sound quality. Some cheesy voice acting bits, sound effects and distracting background music. Really just needed someone to give the final product a bit more polish and tightening up.

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