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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
    • 4.5 • 150 Ratings

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

    Case Overview: Francine Frost (1981)

    Case Overview: Francine Frost (1981)

    Wife and mother Francine Frost disappeared from the parking lot of a grocery store in Tulsa, Oklahoma on February 16, 1981.

    Anyone with information about the case should contact the Tulsa Police Department or the Muskogee County District Attorney’s Office.

    Sources for this episode include the Daily Oklahoman, The Charley Project, KJRH News, KTUL News, a Medium article by Jeff Carlton, Kerri Rowland’s blog for Medium, OklahomaColdCases.org, and the Tulsa World newspaper.

    Email Heather & Scott: statuspendingpodcast@gmail.com
    Support our efforts on Patreon: www.Patreon.com/StatusPending

    • 30 min
    Case Overview: Deidre Harm (2006)

    Case Overview: Deidre Harm (2006)

    Deidre Harm was 21-years-old, with a new baby, when she disappeared on June 10, 2006.

    Sources for this episode include: WSAW News, Texas Equisearch, and WR City Times, among others.

    Anyone with information about this case should contact Wisconsin Rapids Police at 715-423-4444.

    Contact Heather & Scott: statuspendingpodcast@gmail.com

    Support the show to receive bonus content and early access to episodes: www.Patreon.com/StatusPending

    • 34 min
    Case Overview: Nereida Melendez (1989)

    Case Overview: Nereida Melendez (1989)

    On June 5, 1989, 17-year-old Nereida Melendez was supposed to graduate from high school in Worcester, Massachusetts.

    After failing to arrive at her graduation rehearsal, her family mounted a search. Tragically, Nereida's body was found in a nearby park the next day.

    There have been several leads and suspects in her case since, but it remains unsolved.

    If anyone has information about any incident they can send an anonymous text to 274637 TIPWPD + your message. Calls can also be made to the Worcester Police Detective Bureau at 508-799-8651.

    Email us: statuspendingpodcast@gmail.com
    Support the show and receive bonus content by becoming a Patreon supporter for as little as $1: www.Patreon.com/StatusPending

    Sources for this episode include the Worcester, MA Police Department, The Boston Globe (with reporting by Matthew Brelis), a 2019 article by Mark Sullivan for the Telegram & Gazette, and a 2008 article by Thomas Caywood for the same paper.

    • 32 min
    Case Overview: Lindy Sue Biechler (1975)

    Case Overview: Lindy Sue Biechler (1975)

    Lindy Biechler was 19 when she was stabbed to death in her Lancaster, PA apartment on Dec. 5, 1975, after returning to her home from running errands after work.

    Nobody has been arrested or charged in her case.

    • 55 min
    Case Overview: The Fort Wayne Child Murders (Recorded LIVE)

    Case Overview: The Fort Wayne Child Murders (Recorded LIVE)

    Who was responsible for the butal deaths of two children in Fort Wayne, Indiana between 1988 and 1990?

    This episode was recorded live on Dec. 23, 2021.

    Thank to everyone who streamed our first live recording!

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Something Special For This Week

    Something Special For This Week

    We hope you'll be able to join us for this week's special episode!


    • 2 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
150 Ratings

150 Ratings

eps1987 ,

Scott and heather are easy to listen to!

You guys present these cases so clearly and well researched it makes it so easy to get into them and invested in the outcome, especially the ones that I’ve never heard of before. Great job!

MissGinger13 ,

Why is Heather here?

Heather is just not meant to be a podcaster. She has severe issues with the comprehension of what Scott says as well as pronunciation, a lack of understanding of American culture and history in every era except the one she is currently experiencing (meaning she doesn’t have a grasp of things she hasn’t directly experienced) and does not have a good voice for this kind of work which is not her fault but nonetheless true. I’m a bit perplexed as to why this random woman/girl is even here.
I gave this podcast a dozen episodes to be fair and it’s simply not the quality I’ve come to except from this creator. I’ll stick with Scott’s other podcasts.

osatia ,

Lillian Gayle Collins

Scott and Heather,
I want to thank you for taking the time to dive into Gayles case! You both did an amazing job and for that I am truly thankful to you both!

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