154 episodes

Each week hosts Kona and Ethan go beyond the headlines and social media posts to do a deep dive into a different missing persons case. Do you hold the key to bringing someone home?

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And Then They Were Gone Little Monster Productions

    • True Crime
    • 4.4 • 436 Ratings

Each week hosts Kona and Ethan go beyond the headlines and social media posts to do a deep dive into a different missing persons case. Do you hold the key to bringing someone home?

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    Trevor Deely

    Trevor Deely

    In the early morning hours of Friday, December 8, 2000, the streets of Dublin, Ireland were rainy, cold, and quiet. 22-year-old Trevor Deely was making his way home after a night out with colleagues at their company Christmas party. Trevor was in a great mood and probably looking forward to a few hours of sleep before heading into his office at the Bank of Ireland.

    The next morning, however, Trevor’s desk sat empty. Knowing it had been a late night for the normally exemplary employee, his boss gave him a pass for not showing up. It wouldn’t be until he failed to show up the following Monday that people in Trevor’s life would realize that something horrible had happened. Now, over two decades later, his family is still actively searching for Trevor, and a mysterious man in black may have the answers that everyone has been looking for.

    Anyone with information on the disappearance of Trevor Deely is asked to contact Pearse Street Garda Station 01 6669000 or Crimestoppers 1800 250 025. There is a €100,000 reward in this case.

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    • 53 min
    Listen Now: 48 Hours

    Listen Now: 48 Hours

    One of television's most popular true-crime series is now adapted for your ears with the “48 Hours” podcast. Every week, award-winning CBS News correspondents investigate the most intriguing crime and justice cases. Here’s a preview of a new “48 Hours” episode, “The Night of
    the Idaho Student Murders”. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant sits down with family members of Kaylee Goncalves and Xana Kernodle, two of the four University of Idaho students shockingly murdered the night of November 13, 2022. You can hear the rest of this episode on the “48 Hours” podcast from CBS News. For even more “48 Hours”, listen to the new “Post Mortem” series every Tuesday, where the correspondents and producers share their first-hand experiences reporting on the compelling cases they cover.

    Listen to 48 Hours ad-free right now by joining Wondery Plus in the Wondery App or on Apple Podcasts: https://wondery.fm/48_TTWG

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    • 8 min
    Erin Marie Gilbert

    Erin Marie Gilbert

    In basic terms, Occam’s Razor states that given two theories, the simplest answer is often correct. But in true crime, that’s not always the case– especially when it comes to unsolved mysteries. On July 1, 1995, Erin Marie Gilbert attended the Girdwood Forest Fair in Girdwood, Alaska. She was on a first date with a man named David Combs. David later claimed that he had car trouble and that while he was looking for help, Erin disappeared.

    Combs initially cooperated with the police investigation into Erin’s disappearance but quickly stopped talking. As more of his story came out, the less it seemed to add up. So is the simplest answer the correct one? Or, is there a possibility that David Combs, who has never been named as a suspect in Erin’s disappearance truly had nothing to do with it?

    Anyone with information on the disappearance of Erin Marie Gilbert is asked to call the Alaska State Trooper Cold Case Unit at 1-907-269-5511. Her family is offering a $35,000 reward in this case.

    Cualquier persona que tenga información sobre la desaparición de Erin Marie Gilbert debe llamar a la Unidad de Casos Abiertos de la Policía Estatal de Alaska al 1-907-269-5511. Su familia ofrece una recompensa de 35.000 dólares por este caso.

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    • 46 min
    Listen Now | Even the Rich: ¡Viva Selena!

    Listen Now | Even the Rich: ¡Viva Selena!

    Selena Quintanilla was a force of nature. But when a loyal friend betrayed her, she met a fate she never deserved. Even the Rich is a podcast from Wondery that tells you the stories of the crazy lives of the greatest family dynasties to pop culture superstars.

    In their new season “¡Viva Selena!”, you’ll hear how she made a massive cultural impact, and became a legend the world will never forget. All before her 24th birthday, she had already left a legacy across cultures that would continue for generations.

    This is just a preview of Even the Rich. You can listen to the full episode wherever you get your podcasts, or at https://wondery.fm/ETR_andthentheyweregone

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    • 6 min
    Murder and Mimosas: Ieshia Jackson

    Murder and Mimosas: Ieshia Jackson

    This week we're featuring an episode of Murder and Mimosas, a fellow Darkcaast Network show. They're discussing the underreported case of Ieshia Jackson, who went missing from El Dorado, Arkansas on October 31, 2020.

    Ieshia is a black woman with black hair and brown eyes. She was 5'2" and approximately 135 pounds at the time of her disappearance.

    If you know anything about Ieshia Jackson's disappearance, or you have an anonymous tip, you're encouraged to call El Dorado Police at (870) 881-4810. You can also text 870-440-0000. All tips will remain confidential.

    Si sabe algo sobre la desaparición de Ieshia Jackson, o tiene una pista anónima, le recomendamos que llame a la policía de El Dorado al (870) 881-4810. También puede enviar un mensaje de texto al 870-440-0000. Todos los consejos serán confidenciales.

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    Ieshia Jackson is a beautiful young woman who went missing on October 31, 2020. The story around her disappearance has many holes and the police in El Dorado don't seem keen to get the correct information about Ieshia out there. They haven't released photos of her tattoos, accurate height, or even her correctly spelled name. We implore you to help us get the correct information for Ieshia and her family.

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    • 27 min
    Aubrey Dameron

    Aubrey Dameron

    Transgender people are over four times more likely to be the victim of a violent crime than their cisgender counterparts. The rates of murder, rape, and violent crime of Indigenous people are all higher than the national average. In fact, according to the CDC, indigenous females experienced the second-highest rate of homicide in 2020.

    Aubrey Dameron is a transgender woman of Cherokee descent. On March 9, 2019, she walked out of her mother’s home in Grove, Oklahoma. Her phone stopped pinging 100 feet away, and she hasn’t been seen since. Aubrey’s disappearance highlights the struggles that trans people face in general, as well as the specific struggles she had within her own community and family. Was Aubrey’s disappearance related to her “lifestyle,” as police claim, or was it someone close to her who made Aubrey disappear?

    Anyone with information on the disappearance of Aubrey Dameron is asked to call the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI or go online at https://tips.fbi.gov/. You can also call the Cherokee Nation Marshal Service at 918-207-3800.

    Cualquier persona que tenga información sobre la desaparición de Aubrey Dameron debe llamar al FBI al 1-800-CALL-FBI o conectarse en línea en https://tips.fbi.gov/. También puede llamar al Servicio de Mariscal de la Nación Cherokee al 918-207-3800.

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    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
436 Ratings

436 Ratings

Onelove4BK ,

Well Researched and Well Told

Update 9/18/23- please — we need more consistent episodes. Listen everyone has busy lives I get it but can we at least get one episode every 2 weeks instead of other podcasts being pushed on us. I get so happy when I get a notification that there’s a new episode only to be disappointed that it’s actually another podcast that’s been dropped into the feed. 😢😩

This has quickly become one of my favorite podcasts. I binged the episodes from Jan 22 and on so I’ll have to go back and listen to the other episodes. I like that they feature a wide array of cases including of Black and other non white folks whose cases hardly ever make regional or national news. To the folks complaining that the show is too woke-please go look up what that word means because you sound dumb complaining about that. Also are people really complaining about ads?? Go support their Patreon then. Anyway to Kona and Ethan—well done! Love the format of the show. Thank you for highlighting these missing people, especially the children. Just updating my review. Today is 5/21/2023 and this show still rocks. I like when they do follow up episodes. Keep going strong you two!

jwilks7477 ,

Ok podcast but a lot of misinformation

Vyvanse & other ADHD medications are not “basically meth!” 🙄🤦🏻‍♀️

Nicole12307655 ,

So good!

I love the way Kona And Ethan interact with each other you can tell they have a great relationship and each case is so well put together!

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