12 episodes

Alaska, 1972. Two congressmen vanish on a small plane. They’re never found. In 1995, a mobster tells the F.B.I. the plane was bombed. What happened?

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    • 4.2, 1.9K Ratings

Alaska, 1972. Two congressmen vanish on a small plane. They’re never found. In 1995, a mobster tells the F.B.I. the plane was bombed. What happened?

    Bonus: The Last Ham

    Bonus: The Last Ham

    One man who heard the bizarre broadcast is alive.
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    • 24 min
    The Red Dot Photos

    The Red Dot Photos

    Through two photos, Jon untangles a mafia web.
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    • 58 min
    Don't Knock Arizona

    Don't Knock Arizona

    Jon and Paul crisscross the desert, chasing clues.
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    • 57 min
    Bonus: The P.I. Report

    Bonus: The P.I. Report

    “Dateline N.B.C.” commissions a secret report.
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    • 21 min
    Murder and Meh

    Murder and Meh

    A cabbie kills a key player, and investigators dither.
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    • 48 min
    The Transcript

    The Transcript

    A shocking story, as told to investigators in 1994.
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    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
1.9K Ratings

1.9K Ratings

working rich ,

Not bad

Worthwhile but a little too much repetition. Gerry the Eye’s name is everywhere and it is a seedy name but apart for mentioning it 50 times, what did he do?
Joe and bill bonano same story.
A better editing job and it might have been better.

IowaTracie ,

I hate giving bad reviews but...

This podcast seems to go nowhere fast. The guy’s voice and inflections are enough to make me nut, but I could get past that if I could see that the story was going somewhere. There doesn’t seem to be an order to it and I stopped caring very early on. There are so many great podcasts out there that it hardly seemed worth the time to slog through this one.

keldorman ,

Great reporting.

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