Paper Ghosts
Paper Ghosts
Oct 14, 2020
8. 'Are You Aware of the Ransom Calls?'
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For just a moment in 2013, there was a glint of hope that the remains of one of the missing girls had been discovered. For their families, it was a discovery that finally felt like there would be answers. As the investigation heats up, a new source comes forward and flips the entire investigation upside down.

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Invisible Choir
Invisible Choir
Reach Freaks
Another Long Island
On Saturday, February 23rd - 2019, Jassy Correia was out celebrating her upcoming birthday at the popular Venu nightclub in Boston, MA. The following Wednesday, an alert went out that she was now officially considered a “missing person.” Family and friends hadn’t heard from her in days, and whilst Boston Police promptly posted the club’s surveillance video the night Jassy disappeared, they noticed that she was not alone. The question that collectively loomed over the city of Boston as time ran thin- was who was the man appearing on camera with Jassy, when she was last seen alive? Written by Michael Dunphy Jr., Executive Produced by Michael Ojibway. Special thanks to Brandon J. Gomes. This episode of Invisible Choir is proudly sponsored by Best Fiends. Download this fun and exciting puzzle adventure game on the Apple App Store or on Google This episode of Invisible Choir is also proudly sponsored by Stereo. Download the Stereo app on the Apple App Store or on Google Play, and follow @InvisibleChoir when we go live Mondays and Thursdays! Special Podcast Promo: A Few Bad Apples Visit Invisible Choir on the web: * Patreon - Invisible Choir Premium: https://www.patreon.com/InvisibleChoir * Website: https://www.invisiblechoir.com/ * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InvisibleChoirPodcast/ * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/invisiblechoir/ * Twitter: https://twitter.com/InvisibleChoir Written/Audio Sources: * Jassy: Missing: Police ID suspect in kidnapping of Jassy Correia * Police Release Image of Person of Interest in Search for Woman Last Seen in Boston * Jassy's Father Interview * "Nothing Will Bring Jassy Back"Jassy Correia's Family * Family Devastated After Missing Woman Found Dead * Police Search RI Apartment Building Where Kidnapping Suspect Lives * Police Search Providence Apartment In Connection With Jassy Correia's Death * Coleman in Custody: Kidnapping Suspect Arraigned as a Fugitive in Delaware * "She's in the trunk" Federal Charges Announced Against Louis Coleman * NBC10: FBI Press Conference * 'Guy's an animal:' Mayor comments on death of Jassy Correia * Louis Coleman's Cousin: No Sign Kidnapping Suspect Could Be Violent * Louis Coleman's Neighbors Describe Loud Noises Morning Of His Arrest * Jassy Correia Family Speaks Out * Legal Expert JENNIFER ROMAN Could Get Around Death Penalty Ban In Jassy Correia Case * Robert Law Group: What Constitutes A Federal Crime?. * Louis Coleman Appears In Boston Federal Court For Jassy Correia Kidnapping Death * 'Too much in common': Family of Brockton murder victim on Louis Coleman case * Mystery continues 2 years after bodies found in Brockton woods * Parabon NanoLabs * Composite Sketch: Police Investigate If Kidnapping Suspect Is Linked To Unsolved Rapes, Murders * Jassy Correia Survived Horrific Case Of Domestic Abuse Before Kidnapping, Death * Victim of murder had survived severe domestic abuse a year earlier * Jene Osterheldt; Culture Writer: Boston GlobeJassy Correia’s Murder Highlights The Ever-Present Dangers Of Gender-Based Violence * A closer look at Louis Coleman III, the man charged in connection with Jassy Correia's death * Who is Louis Coleman? Providence man now at center of deadly kidnapping case * Official BPD Affidavit: Timeline of Events * Jassy Correia's Mother Press Conference * Boston 25 News: "She Did Not Deserve This" Friend N. Mondesir * 2021: No Death Penalty Decision: Coleman Update * MassLive.Com 2021 Update: Texting of Other Woman, During Hours of Correia's Disappearance * Jassy's Facebook Page * Jassy Correia Go Fund Me Music & Sound Effect Sources * Opening Track: “End of the Road” by Wicked Cinema * Closing Track: “In Peaceful Defiance” by Moments Music & Sound Effect Sources All music and sound effects used with express permission under unlimited blanket license authority from Epidemic Sound ® and SoundStripe ®. Individual sources are available via request at info@invisiblechoir.com
56 min
Missing
Missing
Crawlspace Media
Introducing Family Ghosts
Listen and subscribe to Family Ghosts! https://familyghostspodcast.com/ Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ZRMeBKDrifipZBfO4Ma4A Or Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/family-ghosts/id1217657323 Family Ghosts is a (mostly) nonfiction show where real people investigate the truth behind myths and legends that have haunted their families for generations. These aren't ghosts with clanking chains-type hauntings (mostly) - rather, they're apocryphal stories that have been repeated over and over for decades - grandmothers who turned out to be jewel smugglers, uncles who vanished without a trace, aunts who stole corpses and hid them in undisclosed locations, parents who started cults, and much, much more. In each episode of the show, someone who feels like they might understand themselves better if they could get to the bottom of one of these mysteries tries to do exactly that, in collaboration with host Sam Dingman. Sam is a storyteller whose stories have been featured on The Moth Radio Hour, WBEZ, RISK!, and Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything, and Family Ghosts has been hailed as a critic's choice by NPR, The LA Times, Vulture, and the New York Times. Family Ghosts is a show about the presence of absent people, the long shadows they cast, and how telling their stories can help us finally step into the light. The families are real, the ghosts are (mostly) metaphorical, and the truth is always relative. Family Ghosts has just launched their fourth season with a three-episode miniseries about a woman named Kate whose father mysteriously disappears in the middle of the night in September 1987. When twelve-year-old Kate asks her family what happened, no one will tell her anything - launching her on a twenty-five year quest to figure it out on her own. Along the way, she finds temporary solace in Washington, D.C.'s emerging punk rock scene, watches as her family's story is dramatized by David Simon on primetime cable, and ultimately uncovers a shocking secret that was right under her nose the whole time. From the industrial truck farms of East Baltimore to the newsrooms of New York City to Mount St. Helens, Kate's story has all the twists and turns of a classic murder mystery, but the real journey is Kate's own attempt to understand not just what she wants to know, but why she feels like she can't rest until she knows it. If you like the episode you hear today, you can hear all three episodes in the Family Ghosts feed. The series is called A Crane in the Bay - go subscribe today!
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