125 episodes

Sharing stories of the missing, the murdered, the mysterious and the lost.

Already Gone Nina Innsted

    • True Crime
    • 4.6, 2.2K Ratings

Sharing stories of the missing, the murdered, the mysterious and the lost.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
2.2K Ratings

2.2K Ratings

wineandpubcheez ,

Great show!

I enjoy this show a lot! Thanks for helping me get through my days spent in a cubicle!

mikelangelop ,

Already Gone

Nina’s the best! Great voice and an even better story teller; it would be great if she could have a weekly podcast.

LydianalaMode ,

Please do Edmund Fitzgerald?! Love podcast!

Outstanding true crime podcast with an emphasis on Michigan cases! Nina has the most beautiful voice in the world of true crime podcasting (and likely all of podcasting)! Her sweet and soft voice sounds like — in the most beautiful way possible — softly falling rain. It adds perfectly to the mood. I should say that I do like Paul Holes’ gritty baritone on the masculine side of true crime podcasting. Nina produces a marvelous true crime podcast that focuses primarily on cases in Michigan and/or cases that involve Michigan natives. This is an indie podcast, and yes Nina should probably invest in some better equipment so that her voice is more clear. But I recommend her podcast highly as she does a huge amount of work, including her own real research (no reading other people’s articles as her own), and she gives voice to the victims in an especially touching and heartfelt manner (she genuinely cares and shows it with her careful writing).

Nina also beautifully tells the tales of the victims of these crimes, and her descriptions of the victims and their families are worth listening to as they are the most sympathetic of any podcast I’ve heard.

And now for an aside to Miss Nina herself: Nina if you ever read these reviews please know that a bunch of podcast listeners I know (including myself obviously) would LOVE LOVE LOVE for you — a Michigan native who covers topics in Michigan on your great unique podcast — to cover the tragic and mysterious sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald. My mother still remembers hearing about the ship, believed to be lost, on the news even though we lived in a different state! You could discuss the incredible tragedy of it, give all of the lost crew and their bereaved families some love and respect, and possibly refer to the gorgeous song written by Mr. Gordon Lightfoot that made this incident on the Great Lakes so legendary.

You’ve covered other cases, like the plane crash, that were terrible catastrophic incidents that have haunted Michigan for years and even decades. I sincerely hope you can do an episode on this topic and bring your beautiful voice and excellent work to the story of the lost crew, their families, and the mighty Fitz that went down so quickly, without a sound (no alarm as it disappeared from radar), in November of 1975.

Love your show! Highly recommended!

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