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A true crime podcast that examines cases which are unsolved, unresolved, or have lingering questions. Hosted by Heather Wright and Scott Fuller.

Status: Pending Scott Fuller

    • True Crime
    • 4.4 • 165 Ratings

A true crime podcast that examines cases which are unsolved, unresolved, or have lingering questions. Hosted by Heather Wright and Scott Fuller.

    Shelby's Sweetheart: The Vanishing of Asha Degree

    Shelby's Sweetheart: The Vanishing of Asha Degree

    9-year-old Asha Degree appears to have left her home in the early hours of Valentine's Day, February 14, 2000.

    What happened to Asha after she was seen walking along Highway 18 in Shelby, North Carolina has remained a mystery every since.

    Anyone with information in the Cleveland County area specifically can call the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office at 704-484-4822 or the FBI at 704-672- 6100, nationwide, 1-800-CALL-FBI is the FBI’s national line. Anyone can call to report any information to the FBI. You can also contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, or NCMEC, at 1-800-THE-LOST or 1-800-843-5678.

    Sources for this episode include: the Charlotte Observer with reporting by Aileen Soper, Karen Cimino among others for the Observer, the Gaffney Ledger, and the Indianapolis Star Tribune.

    • 52 min
    The 1986 disappearance of Denise Pflum

    The 1986 disappearance of Denise Pflum

    Denise left her home in rural Indiana on March 28, 1986. She's never been found, and her case remains unsolved.

    If you have any additional information on Denise’s case, please call the Fayette County Sheriff’s Department at (765) 825-1110 Ext. 604 or Indiana State Police at (765) 778-2121.

    • 39 min
    What happened to Davante Richardson?

    What happened to Davante Richardson?

    Davante Richardson, 28, went missing from a rural area near Greybull, Wyoming in July 2020.

    He'd been living with his mother in south Washington, D.C., about a mile from the nation's capital.

    In late July, Davante embarked on a cross-country road trip from the urban streets of D.C., to the remote expanse of Wyoming's high desert.

    He hasn't been seen since, and his disappearance remains unsolved.

    Anyone with information that may be relevant to this investigation may contact the Big Horn County Sheriff's Office at 307-568-2324, or Investigator Israel James with D.C. Metro Police at 202-727-9099.

    Sources for this episode include NBC 4 in Washington, D.C., Angela Lassiter's research in Wyoming for Find-911, the Lovell, Wyoming Chronicle, the Sheridan, Wyoming Press, County10.com, and the Greybull Standard

    • 37 min
    The shocking murder of Elizabeth Barraza

    The shocking murder of Elizabeth Barraza

    There is a $50,000.00 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.

    If you have a tip, please call the Crime Stoppers of Houston Tip Line at 1-713-222-TIPS

    • 33 min
    Idaho Springs Jogger

    Idaho Springs Jogger

    Scott presents a hometown case: the 1983 disappearance of 14-year-old Beth Miller.

    Beth went for a jog in the small mountain town of Idaho Springs, Colorado, and was never seen again.
    Her case remains unsolved today.

    Anyone with information regarding this case, is asked to please contact the Idaho Springs Police Department, or the CBI at 303-239-4244.

    For related images and more information, visit the case post for this episode: https://statuspendingpodcast.com/2023/03/idaho-springs-jogger/

    • 51 min
    Jane Doe Identified: Amanda Lynn Schumann Deza

    Jane Doe Identified: Amanda Lynn Schumann Deza

    A reward of up to $10,000 is being offered by the Stockton CrimeStoppers.
    Investigating AgencySheriffs Office :
    209-468-5087; callers can remain anonymous or by email at coldcase@sjgov.org.

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
165 Ratings

165 Ratings

Macnroe65 ,


I love this podcast with you two and your back and forth conversation. It feels like listening to some really experienced individuals noodling through and we get to be audio voyeurs. How can I send you money to hopefully ensure more future episodes. I know doing this cannot sustain itself. Great respect and appreciation!

Kemace ,

I want to like it, but it’s very well researched

I really want to like this podcast, but it just isn’t very well researched. This is very exemplified in the Asha Degree case. Asha did share a room with her brother, he reported hearing her leave, a trucker pulled over when he saw her on the side of the road, and the storm caused the power to go out in their house on the evening before she disappeared. Also, the internet did exist in the year 2000; it just wasn’t as utilized then as it is now. Also, kids her age don’t typically run away.

I appreciate that this podcast brings awareness to cases; I just wish it was more accurately done.

***adams*** ,

Paul Skiba

I love your podcasts but I believe the one about Paul Skiba had some errors. You said the Sarah’s mom took over the business and paid child support, etc but according to the article it was Paul’s mother Sharon Skiba. She stayed in CO to find her loved ones and to try to keep Paul’s business going for years. She passed away in 2013.

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