The Trail Went Cold is a weekly true crime podcast which explores baffling unsolved mysteries and cold cases. On each episode, host Robin Warder examines a new murder or missing persons case, tackling a wide variety of mysteries from different countries and time periods. After sharing all the details about each case, Robin offers his own personal analysis and theories about what happened. The podcast is produced and edited by Magill Foote and the music composed and performed by Vince Nitro.
The Trail Went Cold – Episode 208 – Celina Mays
December 15, 1996. Willingboro Township, New Jersey. After saying goodnight to her family, 12-year old Celina Mays heads for her bedroom, but is discovered to be missing the following morning. At the time, Celina was living with her father and a number of other relatives, who were all members of Gospel of Christ Ministries Inc., […]
The Trail Went Cold – Episode 207 – Jack Davis Jr.
October 16, 1987. Indiana, Pennsylvania. Jack Davis Jr., a 20-year old sophomore at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, spends the night partying and drinking with members of his fraternity, but he never returns to his apartment. Five days later, Jack’s body is found at the bottom of an exterior stairwell on the university’s campus and the […]
The Trail Went Cold – Episode 206 – Q&A
In 2018, “The Trail Went Cold” released a special Q&A episode in which Robin Warder answered a number of questions from listeners. This year, we decided to do a follow-up episode and received some more interesting questions. Of all the cases you’ve covered, which ones have the best chance of being solved in the near-future? […]
The Trail Went Cold – Episode 205 – Larry Griffin
Christmas Day 1929. Stradbally, Ireland. After completing his holiday route, 49-year old postman Larry Griffin fails to return home and his bicycle is found on a road outside the village the following morning. Once a missing persons investigation is launched, rumours start circulating that Larry was killed after an incident at a local pub and […]
The Trail Went Cold – Episode 204 – Mari Ann Fowler
Christmas Eve 2002. Port Allen, Louisiana. After leaving her home on a road trip to visit her husband in prison for the holidays, 65-year old Mari Ann Fowler stops at a strip mall to purchase some food from a Subway sandwich shop. When she walks back into the parking lot, Mari Ann vanishes without a […]
The Trail Went Cold – Episode 203 – The Freedon & The Casie Nicole
December 17, 1988. Miami, Florida. Lisa Bishop, a 23-year old journalism student from Georgia State University, leaves on a trip to Haiti on a boat called the Freedon, which is being captained by a German national named Florian Meyer Bourch. When they do not arrive at their destination and Lisa does not contact her family, […]
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Protect Robin Warder at all costs - he’s delightful!
I’ve been a listener of TTWC thanks to working from home during the pandemic. It was easy to get hooked on his thoroughly researched and carefully written episodes. His love for the original Unsolved Mystery is charming and after listening to the Q&A episode to close out 2020, I am inspired to write this review because he’s just so earnest and open I can’t help but smile.
Wrap this man in a bubble because we need more honest and humble podcasters like him. Keep up the great work, Robin!
I’m loving it
Amazing podcast I love it 😁😁😁
Just couldn’t get into it.
I love True Crime podcasts and I’m a fan of many but after listening to several episodes of this one, I just couldn’t get into it. I can’t say that it’s poorly done, so I guess I’m just not a fan of unsolved mysteries.