Missing Pieces, a FOX 5 True Crime/Mystery podcast, shines a light on the cases that have left us with more questions than answers. In The Mansion Murders series, we explore a story that captivated the nation in 2015, after the Savopoulos family and their housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa were brutally murdered. Then, FOX 5 reporter Bob Barnard examines the disappearance of young Maryland siblings Sarah and Jacob Hoggle, a case which has mystified and frustrated their father, police, prosecutors and the community for more than three years. FOX 5 reporter Melanie Alnwick investigated the disappearance of Alison Thresher, a Bethesda mother who vanished 18 years ago. Now, Alnwick is exploring the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Terrence Woods, a young filmmaker from Maryland who disappeared in Idaho in October 2018.
Missing Pieces: Mystery on Swann Street, Episode 7: The Judge's Decision
In the seventh and final episode, Judge Lynn Leibovitz explains her reasons for acquitting Joe Price, Dylan Ward and Victor Zaborsky in the murder of Robert Wone in a 38-page decision. Leibovitz going into extensive detail on what she thought of the Intruder Theory, the knife found at the scene and the prosecutions claim there was a long delay in reporting the murder. In the end, she called it a "math problem.” Defense attorney Bernie Grimm discusses the defense team’s reaction to the verdict while prosecutor Glenn Kirschner explains why the case has left him haunted. Robert's widow Kathy, who declined to be interviewed, instead lets her feelings be known through a statement saying, "my overwhelming feelings toward them is not anger or hate, but of immeasurable sadness.”
Missing Pieces: Mystery on Swann Street, Episode 6: The Trial
In Episode 6 we cover the opening statements, the first few weeks of the trial and each side’s take on the knife found at the scene. Was it the murder weapon or a plant? Three experts - including famed forensic scientist Henry Lee - weigh-in. Defense attorney Bernie Grimm and prosecutor Glenn Kirschner discuss their strategies, and, for the first time, we explore the break-in at the Swann Street house in the weeks after the murder. Could there really be a nexus between the men arrested for the burglary and the murder of Robert Wone?
Missing Pieces: Mystery on Swann Street, Episode 5: The 1st Arrest and a ‘Big Ticket’ Mistake
Prosecutor Glenn Kirschner explains why the US Attorney’s Office chose to arrest Dylan Ward first in the murder of Robert Wone and wait days before arresting Joe Price and Victor Zaborsky. Kirschner also explains the “big ticket” mistake made by evidence technicians looking for blood inside the Swann Street house while Defense Attorney Bernie Grimm goes in-depth explaining another possible explanation for the murder. It’s a theory that never made it into court.
Missing Pieces: Mystery on Swann Street, Episode 4: The Prosecutor's Theory
In Episode 4 of Missing Pieces: Mystery on Swann Street, Prosecutor Glenn Kirschner takes us deep inside the case.
"We had the most curious crime scene I have seen in my 30 years as a prosecutor," Kirschner told FOX 5’s Paul Wagner.
In his first extensive comments in the case in nine years, Kirschner explains why he thinks the scene was cleaned up before paramedics and police arrived.
The man who took Joe Price, Dylan Ward and Victor Zaborsky to trial said, "We had a really sophisticated cover-up of what went on in that house and who killed Robert Wone."
Missing Pieces, a FOX 5 DC True Crime/Mystery podcast, shines a light on the cases that have left us with more questions than answers.
Missing Pieces: Mystery on Swann Street, Episode 3: The Wooden Stairs and A Secret Life
The night of the murder inside 1509 Swann Street detectives debated whether an intruder could get out of the house without making a sound on the wooden stairs. The three men who lived there told police they heard no one running from the house. Detectives also wondered why Robert Wone, a married man, was spending the night in the home of three gay men. Did he have a secret life?
Missing Pieces: Mystery on Swann Street, Episode 2: The Interrogation
DC police do not believe the stories they are getting from Joseph Price, Victor Zaborsky and Dylan Ward about what happened inside 1509 Swann St. the night Robert Wone was killed. The three told detectives an intruder entered the house, took a knife from the kitchen and stabbed Wone in a second-floor guest bedroom. But detectives suspect the men, who called themselves a family, got their stories straight before calling 911. The three are questioned for hours at homicide and are released without charges.
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Good info, but hard to listen to
I enjoyed the info in the podcast, but found it hard to listen to due to the music in the background that is too loud. It’s distracting and totally unnecessary. I’d love to listen to another podcast you do, but not of you keep the background music. Sorry
Into the woods
As with most true crime podcasts, The podcast host should be summarizing and narrating the story not the family interviews. The parents story is important but It needs professional narration. As is, it’s very difficult to stay interested.
Music is way too loud.
As a William and Mary grad and a DC resident I followed the Wone murder very closely. Devastating case. There were so many twists and turns and I remember reading the affidavit and following the whomurderedrobertwone website. However, this podcast made a fascinating case full of jaw dropping details so boring and difficult to listen to. Some of those details were even left out or said in such a boring tone or drowned out by poor sound editing they were lost. Very disappointed.