33 episodes

An investigative podcast that explores the unsolved disappearance of the University of New Mexico student, Tara Calico, a 29 year-old mystery that is hailed by Investigative Discovery Magazine as one of their top ten unsolved cases. Come along with host Melinda Esquibel, a former classmate to Tara Calico & a filmmaker turned amateur investigator, as we examine the old case files from the Sheriff's office. Follow us on Twitter @VanishedPodcast on Facebook @Vanished: The Tara Calico Story on Instagram @Justice4TaraCalico
Copyright Mundo Maravilla 2017

VANISHED: The Tara Calico Investigation Mundo Maravilla

    • Society & Culture
    • 3.9, 38 Ratings

An investigative podcast that explores the unsolved disappearance of the University of New Mexico student, Tara Calico, a 29 year-old mystery that is hailed by Investigative Discovery Magazine as one of their top ten unsolved cases. Come along with host Melinda Esquibel, a former classmate to Tara Calico & a filmmaker turned amateur investigator, as we examine the old case files from the Sheriff's office. Follow us on Twitter @VanishedPodcast on Facebook @Vanished: The Tara Calico Story on Instagram @Justice4TaraCalico
Copyright Mundo Maravilla 2017

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

Opticnerves ,

Great!

I like the podcast but i find the intro music odd for the fit of the podcast. Like others have said some of the audio is hard to hear, but nonetheless I am enjoying the content of the podcast.

Hbananass ,

Good if you like uncut audio interviews

This is a good podcast but there are a lot of uncut interviews with poor quality audio. I understand the reason behind adding them - it just makes it very hard to follow sometimes.
I know some people enjoy hearing the whole original police interviews...if so, you’ll probably enjoy this podcast. Good story, just really lost me on some of the episodes

NorthShoreLen ,

Good, but could be great

I applaud the host for taking action and not giving up in seeking justice for Tara C. She has tracked down many leads. I wish, however, that quality of production was more finely tuned. Often the audio is indecipherable, and she needs to re-explain everything that has occurred in the recordings. Also, I wish the listeners got more of her commentary or editorials throughout the episodes. The episodes mainly contain recordings and aren’t adequately introduced as to who is involved.
Overall, I appreciate what she is doing, because if she didn’t, it Tara’s case may not have been kept in the light.

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