10 episodes

Longtime WDWS news director Carol Vorel chats with detectives working high-profile, unsolved crimes in the hopes of producing new leads.

Cold Cases News-Gazette Media

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    • 4.4, 8 Ratings

Longtime WDWS news director Carol Vorel chats with detectives working high-profile, unsolved crimes in the hopes of producing new leads.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

MelissaLovesaMystery ,

Carol Is The BEST

I typically like longer episodes of podcasts but Carol’s style is so engaging that I’d listen to any length of story from her. The cold cases that are covered are all so diverse and fascinating I wish they’d all get solved. Her professionalism and compassion is infectious. It’s one of my favorite podcasts ever.

802.11 Hedy Lamarr ,

Bremer, 1985

Check the area political ties? From the Chicago Trib archive, “The partially clad body of the 39-year-old niece of former Indiana Gov. Otis Bowen “

Frogs rom the mist of summer ,

Waste of time

The police interviews are worthless. Every episode has the police saying “We can’t say” or “We don’t want to comment”. Also it seems to be a vehicle for cops to talk about how hard they work yet there is never any substantial info present. The other issue is when presented with very simple questions the police just stutter and stammer and end every episode with “Well maybe some one will talk”. The podcast would be better served by the journalist going out and researching the crimes and leave the cop interviews out.

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