Case Remains is a true crime podcast dedicated to missing persons and unsolved mysteries.
Episode 42: The Unsolved Murder Of Maria Bögerl
When Thomas Bögerl took a call one morning in May, the person on the other end would change his life forever. He had to pay up to save his wife. And he only had 2 hours to do it.
Episode 41: The Unsolved Murder Of Kaitlyn Arquette
When an 18-year-old woman went to visit a friend on a summers night in 1989, it ended in a tragedy that would change her family forever. For her mother, it meant a lifetime trying to convince police that there was more to her death than they seemed willing to accept.
‘Who Killed My Daughter?’ by Lois Duncan
'3 years after daughter's slaying, mother searches for answers' - Santa Fe New Mexican, 28 June 1992
'Kaitlyn Arquette's death snarled in contradictions' - Albequerque Journal, 8 June 1990
Episode 40: The Disappearance Of Marilyn Bergeron
When a once independent 24-year-old had a sudden change in personality, her friends and family knew something was wrong. But they never could have imagined that she would vanish into thin air. Patreon // Case Remains Social // Twitter/Instagram: @caseremains Website: www.caseremains.com Sources // http://theresaallore.com/2018/04/29/the-nathalie-bergeron-interview-wkt2-16/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=maLU6ZMzZZI https://www.ledroit.com/archives/marilyn-bergeron-aurait-ete-apercue-a-hawkesbury-ee58d58b75f41f7403e5010a9776ee04 https://www.journaldequebec.com/2018/04/29/les-derniers-moments-de-marilyn-bergeron https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/quebec-woman-missing-since-2008-reports-of-43-possible-sightings-since-february-1.3672525 https://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/sq-should-investigate-our-daughters-disappearance-marilyn-bergerons-parents-say
Episode 39: The Unsolved Murders of Phillip, Kelli and Sherri Fager
It was late December in 1987 when a woman set off on a trip to go and visit relatives. When she came back just a few days later, her family had been completely destroyed. Patreon // Case Remains Social // Twitter/Instagram: @caseremains Website: www.caseremains.com Sources // http://genealogytrails.com/kan/sedgwick/fagers.html https://www.kansas.com/news/local/crime/article1121424.html https://law.justia.com/cases/kansas/supreme-court/1990/62-810-3.html
Episode 38: The Unsolved Murder Of Pearl Kongsle
In September of 1959, a Seattle widow returned home from dinner to find a strange brown bag placed near her porch. She never could have guessed what would happen next. Patreon // Case Remains Social // Twitter/Instagram: @caseremains Website: www.caseremains.com Sources // ‘A bomb blast for the merry widow’ - Honolulu Advertiser, Sunday, January 29, 1961 The Seattle Times via NewsBank '3 Juveniles Sought for Bomb Death' - September 5, 1959 'Boy’s Account Offers Clue in Bomb Slaying' - September 8, 1959 Widow's 1959 bomb death among Seattle's coldest cases
Episode 37: The Disappearance of Brooke Henson
When a missing woman applied for a job 7 years after she vanished, her family thought they could finally bring their loved one home. Unfortunately for them, all was not as it seemed. Patreon // Case Remains Social // Twitter/Instagram: @caseremains Website: www.caseremains.com Sources // Brooke Henson's Missing Persons Website (via the Wayback Machine) 'Divers find no trace of missing TR woman' - The Greenville News, 07 Aug 1999 Catch her if you can: the story of Esther Reed https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/usedtobedoe/henson-brooke-leigh-07-04-99-t3592-s30.html Chief: person of interest in Brooke Henson disappearance found dead
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