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Hell And Gone is a true crime podcast from iHeartPodcasts and School of Humans that follows journalist and private investigator Catherine Townsend as she investigates unsolved deaths. 

Now in its fifth season, Hell and Gone is going weekly. 

Over the past five years of making true crime podcast Hell and Gone, host Catherine Townsend has received hundreds of messages from people all around the country asking for help with an unsolved murder that’s affected them, their families and their communities. 

In past seasons of the show, she’s only been able to focus on one case. But now, she’s hosting a new weekly show called Hell and Gone Murder Line. Every Thursday, Catherine features a new case, adds updates to old ones, and helps as much as she can to get the word out about unsolved murders. 

If you have a case you’d like Catherine and her team to look into, you can call the Hell and Gone Murder Line at 678-744-6145. 

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    • 4.3 • 165 Ratings

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Hell And Gone is a true crime podcast from iHeartPodcasts and School of Humans that follows journalist and private investigator Catherine Townsend as she investigates unsolved deaths. 

Now in its fifth season, Hell and Gone is going weekly. 

Over the past five years of making true crime podcast Hell and Gone, host Catherine Townsend has received hundreds of messages from people all around the country asking for help with an unsolved murder that’s affected them, their families and their communities. 

In past seasons of the show, she’s only been able to focus on one case. But now, she’s hosting a new weekly show called Hell and Gone Murder Line. Every Thursday, Catherine features a new case, adds updates to old ones, and helps as much as she can to get the word out about unsolved murders. 

If you have a case you’d like Catherine and her team to look into, you can call the Hell and Gone Murder Line at 678-744-6145. 

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Requires subscription and macOS 11.4 or higher

    Hell and Gone Murder Line: Melissa Witt

    Hell and Gone Murder Line: Melissa Witt

    Thursday December 1, 1994 started out as just a normal day for Melissa Witt. She was a 19-year-old college student, who lived at home with her mom, Mary Ann, on a quiet street in a quiet neighborhood in Fort Smith, Arkansas. 

    That night, Melissa went to meet her mom at a bowling alley...but she never made it inside. Instead, Melissa disappeared. And Mary Ann never saw her daughter alive again.

    If you have a case you’d like Catherine Townsend to look into, you can call the Hell and Gone Murder Line at 678-744-6145. 

     
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 42 min
    Hell and Gone Murder Line: Rebekah Gould Update

    Hell and Gone Murder Line: Rebekah Gould Update

    The Hell and Gone team has launched a new series, Hell and Gone Murder Line…but investigator Catherine Townsend can’t start something new without returning to the case that started it all, the case that changed her life forever. The murder of Rebekah Gould. 

    The case file was finally released in full a few months back, and Catherine spent countless hours reviewing it. In this episode, she goes through the parts of the file that stood out to her and raised more questions. 

    If you have a case you’d like Catherine Townsend to look into, you can reach out to the Hell and Gone Murder Line at 678-744-6145. 
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 49 min
    Hell and Gone Murder Line: Clea Hall

    Hell and Gone Murder Line: Clea Hall

    Clea Hall disappeared in 1994 when she was just 18 years old. The night she disappeared, she was only a few blocks away from home at her after-school job. What happened to Clea in those few short blocks between work and home? Did she get into a car with a stranger? Did someone unknown to her family pick her up? Or could something have happened at her job - something that meant that she never left that house alive? 

    If you have a case you’d like Catherine Townsend to look into, you can reach out to the Hell and Gone Murder Line at 678-744-6145.
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 42 min
    Hell and Gone Murder Line: Jarrod Green Part 1

    Hell and Gone Murder Line: Jarrod Green Part 1

    Shannon Green remembers her baby brother Jarrod as the kid who was always laughing and smiling with a mischievous sense of humor. She said Jarrod was a little bit naive, someone who always trusted others and would do anything for a friend. 

    In 1993, Jarrod graduated from Searcy High School in Arkansas. Eventually, he moved out of his parents house, started junior college and got a job at the Walmart distribution center. But then, in 1994, the problems started. Jarrod started getting involved in drugs and using methamphetamines. Within a shockingly short period of time, he was showing signs of addiction. Then, on September 30, 1994, Jarrod Green disappeared. His family continues to search for him. 

    If you have a case you’d like Catherine Townsend to look into, you can reach out to the Hell and Gone Murder Line at 678-744-6145. 
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 37 min
    Hell and Gone Murder Line: Jarrod Green Part 2

    Hell and Gone Murder Line: Jarrod Green Part 2

    Just weeks after Jarrod Green was missing, police find out that the people he allegedly owed money to, Brandon Wheeler and Robert Webb, had left town and that their rental house had caught on fire. The woman who cleaned that house presents some revealing information. And a lawsuit is filed against Brandon Wheeler with disastrous consequences. 

    Wheeler v. City of Searcy lawsuit: https://casetext.com/case/wheeler-v-city-of-searcy

    If you have a case you’d like Catherine Townsend to look into, you can reach out to the Hell and Gone Murder Line at 678-744-6145.
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 28 min
    Hell and Gone Murder Line: Shannon Hercutt

    Hell and Gone Murder Line: Shannon Hercutt

    On August 3, 2009, police found Shannon Hercutt dead inside her car, which had plunged off a cliff just off of Walker Trail in Sevier County, Tennessee. At first, the Tennessee highway patrol said Shannon had died in a car accident. But a few days later, Shannon Hercutt’s manner of death was changed to homicide. Who killed Shanoon Hercutt? 

    If you have a case you’d like Catherine Townsend to look into, you can reach out to the Hell and Gone Murder Line at 678-744-6145.
    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
165 Ratings

165 Ratings

Vicb 789 ,

Good podcast, but awful sound

Ive just started this podcast starting from season one. Its very interesting and goes into detail, however the music and sound affects are awful, very random and not needed

C C Mc Flowers ,

Adverts bad music worse

Could tell the story in half the time. Too many other good storytellers out there now.

Jess Dougherty ,

Good Podcast but far too many Adverts

Was excited to find this podcast recently as I’ve caught up with all my other true crime podcast and was looking for a new one. Unfortunately there are far too many adverts. I’ve never seen a podcast with so many. It makes it hard to listed to.

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