The Trail Went Cold – Episode 184 – George Owens & Walter Dunson
The Trail Went Cold
July 22, 1985. Nolensville, Tennessee. After failing to pick up his wife from the bus station, 79-year old George Owens and his car are discovered to be missing from his home. One week later, George’s abandoned vehicle is found on a hilltop in a rural wooded area over 100 miles away and piles of kindling are found outside and in the back seat. Eyewitnesses report having seen George in the area looking disoriented, leading to speculation that he wandered off into the woods, but an extensive search effort is unable find to him.June 5, 1998. Cincinnati, Ohio. Gary Adams contacts the police and reports that his 98-year old father, Walter Munson, has gone missing during a shopping trip at Findlay Market, but almost none of the other witnesses from the market remember seeing Walter there that day. Even though Gary claims that his father has lived with him for the past 20 years, the official paper trail for Walter seems to end in 1980 and virtually no one else can recall having seen him since then. Investigators soon uncover evidence that Gary was committing fraud by cashing his father’s Social Security checks and while he serves time in prison for that crime, no trace of Walter is ever found.On this week’s episode of “The Trail Went Cold’, we will be chronicling a pair of unsolved missing persons cases involving elderly victims. Special thanks to listener Laura Ayers for narrating the opening of this episode. Additional Reading: https://unsolvedmysteries.fandom.com/wiki/George_Owens http://charleyproject.org/case/george-owens https://www.newspapers.com/image/112397889/ https://www.newspapers.com/image/113113271/ http://charleyproject.org/case/walter-dunson https://cite.case.law/f-appx/39/52/ https://www.newspapers.com/image/102278366/ https://www.newspapers.com/image/102256146/ https://www.newspapers.com/image/102402055/ https://www.newspapers.com/image/98734213/ “The Trail Went Cold” is on Patreon! Visit www.patreon.com/thetrailwentcold to become a patron and gain access to our exclusive bonus content. “The Trail Went Cold” is now doing a weekly livestream show on GetVokl every Thursday from 7:00-8:00 PM ET as part of their “True Crime Thursday” line-up. For more information, please visit their website. Click here to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. Click here to listen to the podcast on Stitcher. Click here to subscribe to the podcast on Google Play Music. The Trail Went Cold is produced and edited by Magill Foote. All music is composed by Vince Nitro.
Ep. 119: George Owens (Missing Person) & Tony Alamo (Fraud\Cult)
Uncovering Unexplained Mysteries
Remember to rate us on iTunes!Josh's band "Dancing with Ghosts" has T-shirts out now! click here to check them out: https://dancingwithghosts2.bandcamp.com/merchConsider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UncoveringUnexplainedMysteries---------------------------------------George Owens was an elderly man who was supposed to pick his wife up from the train station but he never showed up... All we know about George Owens is that he has never been found. Tony Alamo is like the Macho Man Randy Savage of cults. This dude made those corny ass air-brushed jackets and also started a cult, what more do you need? ---------------------------------------For more Josh & Mike, but separate, check them out on YouTube:Josh: www.youtube.com/DancingWithGhostsMike: www.youtube.com/OCPCommunications
Comedian George Owns stops by to help Doug and Justin admit their guilty pleasures in books, TV, music, and movies. Some wonderful topics discussed included Battlefield Earth, Starship Troopers, The Phantom, Pitch Black, The Patriot, Dane Cook movies, Nicolas Cage movies, Sailor Moon, Say Yes to the Dress, and many others! Things are wrapped up with a throw-down between Doomsday vs the Hulk. You can check out George and his many improv teams below: Butthead: https://www.facebook.com/Butthead-863857770377801/?fref=ts 45 Kings: https://www.facebook.com/45-Kings-13769747643/?fref=ts
MSM 399 George Owens - Mississippi Industries for the Blind
Mississippi Moments Podcast
George W. Owens of Pontotoc was a member of the Mississippi House of Representatives in 1936 when he met Icey Day, the state’s first blind legislator. Six years later, Owens helped Day pass legislation to establish the Mississippi Industries for the Blind. In 1946, Owens began working as a vocational counselor for the M.I.B. In this episode, he recalls their humble beginnings and looks back with pride at how their efforts helped remove the stigma associated with blindness. During his 20 years as a Rehabilitation Consultant and 30 years as a member of the Lions Club, George Owens worked to better the lives of the blind and visually impaired. He passed away on March 3rd, 1975.