The John List House is one of those true crimes stories that sends chills down my spine. This is the story of how Alma, Helen, Frederick, John Jr., and Patricia List were murdered in their mansion in Westfield, New Jersey. Their murderer evaded arrest for decades until a TV program led to an arrest. Written by Bethany Roach.

BY Bethany Roach | June 8, 2021 | Episodes

The John List House

Akia Eggleston was 37 weeks pregnant when she missed her long-awaited baby shower. When her family rushed to her apartment, they found it half-emptied with a hole in the wall. Despite these troublesome finds and the fact that Akia was on bed rest, the police take their time getting involved and now, three years later, Akia’s family still needs help finding her and Baby A.

BY Bethany Roach | June 5, 2021 | Episodes

Akia Eggleston

Melody Jones’ mother arrived at a home in rural Oklahoma on the morning of May 5th, 1983,. She found her daughter’s car in the driveway and the front door ajar. What she found inside becomes one of Oklahoma’s most enduring cold cases. {{Block here with Spotify episode}} Content Guide & Cast of Characters:  Content Guide: […]

BY Bethany Roach | May 6, 2021 | Episodes

Melody Jones

Flossie Wilbur disappeared from Angelica, New York on August 24th, 1985. While on the surface this seems like a simple old case solved, Flossie left a legacy in her town that makes her story surprisingly complicated. Content Guide & Cast of Characters:  Content Guide: Threats of violence against children, no graphic detail: 00:00-00:00Terrorizing children, very […]

BY Bethany Roach | April 28, 2021 | Uncategorized

Flossie Wilbur

David Riemens once lived in a treehouse in the woods of Watertown, TN. He was a soft spoken and artistic genius. He lived with his dog and the two slept under the stars. Though well-loved by his small community, his mysterious ways became a serious problem when he slipped through the cracks of his town.

BY Bethany Roach | April 17, 2021 | Blog

David Riemens

As we’re all snuggled up inside watching the new season of Unsolved Mysteries, most of us are googling “unsolved mysteries solved” with popcorn dust on our fingers. This is an Unsolved Mysteries episode that did get solved and you’re gonna wanna buckle up for this one.

BY Bethany Roach | December 3, 2020 | Blog

True Crime: Margo Freshwater

While 2020 has been really difficult, it’s a great year for Cold Cases! Several Jane Does have been identified. Here are the haunting stories of two Jane Does whose cases are worth following.

BY Bethany Roach | October 9, 2020 | Episodes

Murdered: Jane Does

Dayton, OH mom Cheryl Coker goes missing after dropping her daughter off at school. She posts a few posts on Facebook, her phone pings a few times around the house, and then she’s never seen alive again. Surveillance footage in a grocery store parking lot shows a mysterious person dropping off her car and walking away, leaving nothing but questions and devastation. 

BY Bethany Roach | September 16, 2020 | Episodes

Murdered: Cheryl Coker

Jim Wright and Tina Combs were leaning into their newly blooming long-distance friendship when they decided to meet for the very first time. However, what should have been an exciting new adventure ends up being the most gruesome crime the town of Kyle, TX has ever seen. 

BY Bethany Roach | September 1, 2020 | Episodes

Murdered: Jim and Tina

Cassie Cotta was a force of nature from Fort Smith, Arkansas. She was well-loved and resilient, bouncing back after some unexpected life setbacks. When she goes outside of her routine by missing a work shift and not posting on social media, her loved ones embark on a search for her that turns their worlds upside down.

BY Bethany Roach | August 26, 2020 | Show Notes

Murdered: Cassie Cotta