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On December 25th, 2007, movie star and heiress Julie Capsom crashed her car into a tree in Northern California, walked into a nearby clearing, and vanished, leaving behind a male torso in her trunk. 10 years later, reporter Bea Casely and private detective Brenda Bentley are going to reopen the case. Each has a personal tie to the story. Each thinks they know what happened. And each knows the other is going to screw this whole thing up. Join Bea, Brenda, and the rest of the Good People at Wheyface Radio as they attempt to answer once and for all: what happened to Julie Capsom?

Arden Wheyface Radio

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    • 4.5, 271 Ratings

On December 25th, 2007, movie star and heiress Julie Capsom crashed her car into a tree in Northern California, walked into a nearby clearing, and vanished, leaving behind a male torso in her trunk. 10 years later, reporter Bea Casely and private detective Brenda Bentley are going to reopen the case. Each has a personal tie to the story. Each thinks they know what happened. And each knows the other is going to screw this whole thing up. Join Bea, Brenda, and the rest of the Good People at Wheyface Radio as they attempt to answer once and for all: what happened to Julie Capsom?

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
271 Ratings

271 Ratings

mah3231959 ,

So well done!!

This is a terrific story. Very, very funny but gets serious when it needs too. A talented cast that gives a funny and well paced performance. Michelle Agresti (one of the best voice actors out there) and Tracey Sayed really play off of each other well.

I can’t recommend it higher!

Sergio Dimas ,

Annoying...

I couldn’t find these two arguing over and over anything other than annoying. But maybe that’s the point. I don’t know. This one just isn’t for me.

piesandfalcs ,

Give it a shot if you are not a scullion, rampallian, or fustilarian

Arden is a hilarious thoughtful podcast that encapsulates everything I love about true-crime and, being fictional, avoids everything that I hate and/or critiques it within the narrative of the show. The chemistry between the leads is palpable, the narrative is interesting, and the sound design is excellent.I would recommend this podcast for anyone who likes true crime, podcasts with similar humor to the Amelia Project, Shakespeare, and mysteries.

The only think that I dislike about the show is that I was talking about it with my roommate and she called me out for not recognizing the Shakespeare parallels during my first listen, which made me feel like a knotty-pated fool if there ever was one. A real loggerhead, heedless jolt-head if there ever was one. (My family got me a Shakespearean insult poster for Christmas that I am using to write this review.)

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