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From unsolved murders, to centuries-old disappearances that puzzle historians today; Coldest Cases is a podcast that delves into history's oldest mysteries.

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From unsolved murders, to centuries-old disappearances that puzzle historians today; Coldest Cases is a podcast that delves into history's oldest mysteries.

    The Yuba County Five

    The Yuba County Five

    February 24, 1978. Five young men disappear after attending a basketball game at California State University Chico. In this Coldest Cases listener suggestion, Lauren dives into the tragic case and mystery of the Yuba County Five.

    • 23 min
    Coming Soon: The Yuba County Five

    Coming Soon: The Yuba County Five

    February 24, 1978. Five young men disappear after attending a basketball game at California State University Chico. Today, what happened to them remains a mystery. Next week on Coldest Cases: the Yuba County Five.

    • 58 sec
    The Burned Letters of Queen Victoria - Part Three

    The Burned Letters of Queen Victoria - Part Three

    From 1840 to 1882, Queen Victoria managed to survive SEVEN assassination attempts. Lauren dives into these crazy stories, plus another brush with death the Queen had as a teenager, in our final chapter on the Burned Letters of Queen Victoria.

    • 24 min
    The Burned Letters of Queen Victoria - Part Two

    The Burned Letters of Queen Victoria - Part Two

    After the death of her husband, Queen Victoria disappeared from the public spotlight for YEARS. Rumors of insanity and abdication started to grow. When she finally made a reappearance, the public was incensed to learn that the Queen had been spending a lot of her time away with a mysterious Scotsman named John Brown.

    • 26 min
    The Burned Letters of Queen Victoria - Part One

    The Burned Letters of Queen Victoria - Part One

    In 1905, the new King of England, Edward the Seventh, was blackmailed. If he didn’t pay an undisclosed amount of money, 300 letters from his late mother Queen Victoria would be released to the public. After paying up, Edward promptly lit the documents on fire. And surprisingly, this was not the first (or last) time one of Victoria’s children destroyed documents belonging to their mother. What in the world was the family trying to hide?

    • 32 min
    Discussion: Agatha Christie and Ivan the Terrible

    Discussion: Agatha Christie and Ivan the Terrible

    Jack joins Lauren to discuss the recent stories we’ve covered on Coldest Cases! Plus Lauren gives you a sneak peak into the next story she’s working on for the podcast. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @genericpodcastnetwork!

    • 31 min

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