The Trail Went Cold is a weekly true crime podcast which explores baffling unsolved mysteries and cold cases. On each episode, host Robin Warder examines a new murder or missing persons case, tackling a wide variety of mysteries from different countries and time periods. After sharing all the details about each case, Robin offers his own personal analysis and theories about what happened. The podcast is produced and edited by Magill Foote and the music composed and performed by Vince Nitro.
The Trail Went Cold – Episode 305 – Robert Dirscherl
March 13, 1977. Dunedin, Florida. The body of 54-year old Robert Dirscherl is found on the floor of his bedroom with a fatal gunshot wound to the chest. A shotgun is resting on the bed and since investigators believe that Robert used his big toe to pull the trigger and shoot himself, they rule his […]
The Trail Went Cold – Episode 304 – Karina Holmer
June 23, 1996. Boston, Massachusetts. The dismembered upper body of 20-year old Karina Holmer is found inside a plastic trash bag in a dumpster. She was strangled to death before being sliced directly in half and the lower portion of her body is never recovered. Karina hails from Sweden and has spent the past three […]
The Trail Went Cold – Episode 303 – Bob Harrod
July 27, 2009. Placentia, California. 81-year old Bob Harrod is discovered to be missing from his home and he has left his car and his eyeglasses behind. One month earlier, Bob had gotten married to Fontelle Heeter, a former spouse whom he had not seen in six decades, and she was scheduled to move in […]
The Trail Went Cold – Episode 302 – Deborah Sanders
September 29, 1984. Chicago, Illinois. 23-month old Deborah Sanders is taken from her mother, Norell Sanders, who claims she was violently attacked by the child’s estranged father, Odell Sheppard, before Deborah was abducted. Nearly one year later, Odell is tracked down and arrested, but he no longer has Deborah with him and maintains that he […]
The Trail Went Cold – Episode 301 – Lynn Amos & Megan Curl
December 11, 1995. Washington, D.C.. The fire department is summoned to a townhouse and discovers the burning body of 38-year old Lynn Amos on her bed. Lynn is still alive at the time and taken to a hospital with burns on the majority of her body, but she passes away ten days later. While investigators […]
The Trail Went Cold – Bonus Episode – A Nightmare Before Halloween (Part 2)
…1 campfire… …1 dark forest… …31 bone-chilling stories… …Will YOU survive the night? This Halloween season, enter the woods for a unique and truly epic podcast experience! Around the campfire Shane Waters will introduce 31 crime podcast hosts, including Robin Warder of “The Trail Went Cold”. Each host brings a new, nerve-wracking true story to […]
Hope it improves
I started on this podcast today and I always start at the oldest episodes. I would give 5 stars but the lip smacking is annoying. If they lip smacking goes away then I will change my rating to 5 stars.
I see a lot of negative reviews about his voice being too high, but that’s insane to me. I find his voice soothing and I’m really glad he doesn’t force a spooky vibe to his episodes. He just lets the cases speak for themselves. Additionally, I find the research to be excellent and overall, and I find every episode both entertaining and informative.
It’s so nice when a new episode comes out. I enjoy listening while doing jobs around home or at work. The format is interesting & I enjoy your voice. Actually the voice really enhances a podcast. Thank you