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

Already Gone Nina Innsted

    • True Crime
    • 4.6 • 2.6K Ratings

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

    The murder of Gail Webster

    The murder of Gail Webster

    This episode covers the unsolved murder of 48 year old Gail Webster of Troy Michigan on October 28 1978. Webster was the day shift manager of the popular Susie Q restaurant on Woodward Ave in Royal Oak. 

    If you have information on Gail's murder, Troy Police would like to hear from you. You can leave an anonymous tip at 248-524-0777



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    #TrueCrime #Unsolved  #Murdered

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    • 26 min
    Nevaeh Buchanan

    Nevaeh Buchanan

    Already Gone explores the May 2009 disappearance and murder of five year old Nevaeh Buchanan. Buchanan, who lived in Monroe, Michigan with her mother and grandmother disappeared Memorial Day weekend, only to be found days later in a shallow grave.

    This episode researched and written by Brittney Martinez. Audio editing by Gray Multimedia. Our sponsor is Betterhelp. Visit Betterhelp.com and use code GONE at checkout. 

    #TrueCrime #Unsolved #Missing #Murdered

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    • 39 min
    Maria Ridulph, the oldest, coldest case - conclusion

    Maria Ridulph, the oldest, coldest case - conclusion

    In 1957 Maria Ridulph disappeared from Sycamore Illinois, her case captured the imagination of the nation, yet it remains unsolved. 

    This episode researched and written by Brittney Martinez. Audio editing by Gray Multimedia. Our sponsor is Betterhelp Visit Betterhelp.com and use code GONE at checkout. 

    #TrueCrime #Unsolved #Missing #Murdered #Illinois 

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    • 47 min
    Wondery Presents Even the Rich: The Kennedys

    Wondery Presents Even the Rich: The Kennedys

    On July 19th, 1969, Senator Edward Kennedy, scion of the greatest political dynasty in modern America, drove his Oldsmobile into a pond. He escaped. But his passenger, a woman named Mary Jo Kopechne, drowned. In the days that followed, he leveraged the Kennedy political machine to shield himself from scrutiny and safeguard his presidential aspirations. As the investigation progressed, his story about the events leading up to the crash started to fall apart. Soon he faced accusations that not even the Kennedys could overcome. This season of Even the Rich tells the story of Chappaquiddick, listen now at
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    • 5 min
    Maria Ridulph, the oldest, coldest case

    Maria Ridulph, the oldest, coldest case

    In 1957 Maria Ridulph disappeared from Sycamore Illinois, her case captured the imagination of the nation, yet it remains unsolved. 

    This episode researched and written by Brittney Martinez. Audio editing by Gray Multimedia. Our sponsor is Betterhelp Visit Betterhelp.com and use code GONE at checkout. 

    #TrueCrime #Unsolved #Missing #Murdered #Illinois 

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    • 45 min
    The murder of Shannon Siders

    The murder of Shannon Siders

    18 year old Shannon Siders vanished from Newaygo Michigan in July of 1989. It would take decades to learn what became of her. 

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    This episode researched by Haley Gray, written and performed by Nina Innsted. Audio production by Gray Multimedia 

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    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
2.6K Ratings

2.6K Ratings

yng n old ,

My favorite podcast

This is my very first review of a podcast although I’ve been thinking of doing it for some time. I listen to mostly true crime podcasts and this was one of the first I downloaded. It is my favorite by far! The host is very detail oriented, and she covers the victims and the suspects throughly. I love that she is so gracious concerning grieving family. She often interviews family members. My only wish is that she would cover every state like she does Michigan which is dear to her heart. I highly recommend.

Pocket o daises ,

Great storytelling

The host has a soothing calm voice contrary to the tragic story she is telling. She paints a picture with details about the location, history and people involved. Always keeping ,you the listener, hooked for the duration!! Definitely binge worthy!!

Mama2Charlotte ,

Amazing!

I love this podcast! As a podcaster myself, I appreciate concise, entertaining information presented by a really nice voice. So thank you!
::my only complaint is with the Sunday Morning Slasher issue. She continues to call the murderer “coral,” because that’s what he wants to be called. In court, they called him by his actual name of “Carl.” No one calls him coral. It got annoying to hear her calling him by “what he prefers to be called.”::

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