7 episodes

In November of 1989, 16-year-old Jennifer Fay left home for a party in Brockton, Massachusetts.

She was never seen again.

Three decades later, Kirk Minihane began investigating Jennifer’s disappearance as part of Barstool Sports' first ever true crime podcast. Minihane's investigation into Jen's case led him to Oconee County, South Carolina, where he discovered several suspicious deaths and more missing people.

Could these cases be connected?

The Case Barstool Sports

    • True Crime
    • 4.8 • 5.1K Ratings

In November of 1989, 16-year-old Jennifer Fay left home for a party in Brockton, Massachusetts.

She was never seen again.

Three decades later, Kirk Minihane began investigating Jennifer’s disappearance as part of Barstool Sports' first ever true crime podcast. Minihane's investigation into Jen's case led him to Oconee County, South Carolina, where he discovered several suspicious deaths and more missing people.

Could these cases be connected?

    The Widower

    The Widower

    Kevin Wayne Maler, the man who was named a person of interest in the disappearance of Faith Roach by the sheriff of Oconee County, claims he's never been violent toward women, that he's a protector of women.

    The women in his life tell a different story.

    In Episode Six of The Case, Kirk Minihane speaks with several women that Maler had relationships with over the last four decades. The portrait that emerged was one of a horrifyingly violent man and a serial abuser. A man who preyed on underage girls and abandoned his children. And a man who is capable of deceiving everyone in his life about what he truly is.

    • 37 min
    Interrogation

    Interrogation

    In 2010, Kevin Maler sat for a 2.5 hour interrogation with a team of private investigators who were looking into the disappearance of Jennifer Fay. Eleven years later, Maler is once again answering questions about his potential involvement in not only Jennifer's case, but also several other missing persons and mysterious deaths. At Kevin's request, we arranged for him to sit for a polygraph examination. Episode Five blends the 2010 interrogation with the 2021 polygraph examination and a subsequent interview with Kirk Minihane.

    • 1 hr 25 min
    April & Kevin

    April & Kevin

    Two mysterious deaths in Walhalla, South Carolina, but the Oconee County Sheriff's Office says there was no foul play.

    In Episode Four of The Case, Kirk Minihane revisits the 2019 deaths of April Norton Jones and Kevin Kyle Craig. Officially, April died of an overdose, Kevin of methamphetamine withdrawal. But details surrounding both fatalities suggest there's much, much more to the story.

    • 56 min
    Diana

    Diana

    At the time Jennifer Fay went missing, unspeakable horror was unfolding a few blocks away in the home of Diana Natale -- the same home were some believe Jennifer was buried that night in 1989.

    • 44 min
    Faith

    Faith

    The investigation into the disappearance of Jennifer Fay leads Kirk Minihane to Walhalla, South Carolina, where he discovers that a violent felon who lived in Jen's neighborhood is connected to at least one other missing girl.

    • 51 min
    Jennifer

    Jennifer

    In November of 1989, 16-year-old Jennifer Fay snuck out of her house in Brockton, Massachusetts, looking for a party.

    She was never seen again.

    More than three decades later, Barstool Sports' Kirk Minihane launched an investigation to find out what happened to Jennifer. In the first episode of this series, Minihane talks to Jennifer's friends and family, piecing together the events of November 14th, 1989, and interviews the detective who investigated her case for nearly a decade.

    Follow The Case on Twitter and Instagram @TheCasePodcast. For more information about The Case, visit TheCasePodcast.com. The Case is a Barstool Sports podcast presented by Taser.

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
5.1K Ratings

5.1K Ratings

roger randles ,

Love this podcast

Kirk and Steve are hero’s

Mj530🕉 ,

More Like This Please!

This is exactly the kind of true crime podcast that I love. I have listened to just about every one out there and so many are just retelling the same stories you’ve heard a million times. Or there’s too much banter by the hosts. I love INVESTIGATIVE podcasts and this one does not disappoint. I am not saying this because I’m a fan of the host as others have suggested. I didn’t even know who this guy was. I just gave it a shot, loved it, and binged it in one day. However, I am a fan of his now! 👏🏼

BiggDaddyKane ,

Not Good

Bad journalism, bad story telling, poor writing, and a host/narrator who seems like he’s about to try to sell you a used car. The whole thing feels like a cynical and disingenuous attempt to cash in on the popularity of true crime podcasts using third-rate talent. That they called this season one and it starts with an ad for tasers speaks to the motives.

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