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Thin Air Podcast

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A true-crime podcast dedicated to investigating missing persons cases from around the world.

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A true-crime podcast dedicated to investigating missing persons cases from around the world.

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945 Ratings
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When are you guys coming back?!

By rachel_christine91 - Dec 18 2018
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I love this podcast! Please come back!

I want it back!!!

By mamasidan - Nov 23 2018
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Such a well done, caring project. I miss you!

iTunes Ratings

945 Ratings
Average Ratings
758
94
38
30
25

When are you guys coming back?!

By rachel_christine91 - Dec 18 2018
Read more
I love this podcast! Please come back!

I want it back!!!

By mamasidan - Nov 23 2018
Read more
Such a well done, caring project. I miss you!
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Thin Air Podcast

Updated about 1 month ago

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A true-crime podcast dedicated to investigating missing persons cases from around the world.

Rank #1: Episode 2 - Marie Ann Watson (Part 1)

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On the first episode of a two-part series, Jordan reports on the disappearance of Marie Ann Watson--a mother of two who disappeared from Idaho in 1977 while in the midst of a custody battle.
Feb 06 2016
50 mins
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Rank #2: Episode 20 - Cameron Remmer (Part 1)

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In October of 2011, Cameron Remmer disappeared after traveling to San Francisco on a business trip. Did Cameron leave on his own volition or did something more sinister happen? In Part 1 of this two-part special, we examine Cameron's life before his disappearance and begin to piece together the events of October 6th, 2011--the day Cameron goes missing.
Apr 11 2017
51 mins
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Rank #3: Episode 3 - Marie Ann Watson (Part 2)

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In episode 3, Jordan concludes the story of Marie Ann Watson, a single mother who disappeared from Idaho in 1977.
Feb 19 2016
57 mins
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Rank #4: Episode 33 - Jesse Ross

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19-year-old Jesse Ross was visiting Chicago while attending a model UN conference with teammates from the University of Missouri - Kansas City.  Around 2 am on November 21st, 2006, Jesse is called to an emergency meeting of the UN conference's security council. At this point in the evening, Jesse had been to a dance and a party at the hotel where the conference was being held, the Sheraton Hotel and Towers.

Jesse makes it to this emergency meeting, but leaves around 30 minutes later. He leaves through a rear entrance, and this is the last time anyone ever saw Jesse. Police would posit that Jesse somehow made his way to the Chicago River, immediately behind the hotel, and somehow fell in and was carried out into Lake Michigan. But filmmaker Brian Rose, who has been working on a film about Jesse since 2013, has evidence that this theory has some major problems.

For today's episode, we speak with Brian Rose, creator of the upcoming documentary When I Last Saw Jesse, and Jesse's father, Donald Ross.
Nov 28 2017
56 mins
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Rank #5: Episode 4 - Deborah Dee Sykes

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Deborah Dee Sykes disappeared from Rathdrum, Idaho in 2005 after a night of drinking. Was Deborah Dee Sykes a victim of foul play or did she go missing voluntarily?
Mar 05 2016
35 mins
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Rank #6: Episode 29 - Andrew Gosden

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On the morning of September 14th, 2007, 14 year old Andrew Gosden left his home in Doncaster, England. His parents believed he was on his way to school, but Andrew had other plans. Instead, he returned home, changed his clothes, and caught a train to London. CCTV footage captured Andrew leaving Kings Cross Station. This is the last time Andrew Gosden was ever seen, and his family has had few answers since.

Today, we speak with Andrew's father, Kevin Gosden, Andrew's sister Charlotte, and Josie Allen from the UK organization Missing People. As the ten year anniversary of Andrew's disappearance is just days from the release of today's episode, we hope that someone comes forward with new information.
Sep 11 2017
1 hour 4 mins
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Rank #7: Episode 34 - Wanda Lemons (Part 1)

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38-year-old Wanda Lemons went missing in Chillicothe, Ohio on or around November 4th, 2014. Her case is one of six women who either went missing or were found dead in Chillicothe between May of 2014 and June of 2015. These stories quickly gained national attention, and many people thought that their cases were connected. 

In today's episode of Thin Air, we devote the first of two episodes on the disappearance of Wanda Lemons to discussing how Wanda fits within the context of these other cases. All of the women, it was said, had problems with drug addiction and prostitution. They all may have known each other and known a dangerous criminal and drug lord known as Dollar Bill. But, in Wanda's case, these connections aren't always the easiest to verify, making her already mysterious disappearance even more questionable.
Dec 12 2017
47 mins
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Rank #8: Episode 24 - James Rowe

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James Rowe went missing from the small community of Crestone, Colorado on July 30th, 2004. On that day, James drove his Jeep 17-miles outside of the city limits, parked his car along the side of the road, walked back to town, had a short conversation with a close friend, and was never seen or heard from again. In this episode, we speak to James’ sister, Laura, and his best friend from Crestone, Jeremiah, as they share with us details about the case and theories about what might have happened to James Rowe.
Jun 26 2017
53 mins
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Rank #9: Episode 22 - David Sneddon (Part 1)

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24-year-old David Sneddon went missing in August, 2004 from Yunnan Province, China, near an area called the Tiger Leaping Gorge. David had been studying in Beijing, and was traveling around Southern China before returning home. In this episode, part one of a two-part series, we speak with both George Bailey, the last person who knew him to see him before he disappeared, and his brother, James, who travelled to China to hike the trail in search of his lost brother.
May 29 2017
59 mins
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Rank #10: Episode 31 - Nancy Paulikas

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On October 15th, 2016, 55 year old Nancy Paulikas visited the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, also known as LACMA, with her husband Kirk and some other family members. The year before, Nancy was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's disease. She had severe dementia and had problems communicating, and by October of 2016, caring for her was Kirk's full time job.

The trip to LACMA was going well, and Nancy was having a good day. But when the two got separated, Nancy vanished. After an hour of not finding her around the museum, Kirk called the police. Shockingly, Nancy has never been found.

The last traces of her are surveillance video images of her on Wilshire and McCarthy Vista, an intersection not far from LACMA. Since her disappearance, Kirk, along with an incredible team of friends and family, has mounted an incredible effort to find her. Both Kirk's team and investigators believe it is likely that Nancy is alive, right now, in a medical facility where they cannot get any information about her, and that she may be misidentified with an incorrect social security number.
Oct 10 2017
1 hour 18 mins
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Rank #11: Episode 6 - Timmothy Pitzen

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Six-year-old Timothy Pitzen was last seen on May 13th, 2011. Two days prior he was kidnapped by his mother, Amy, who checked him out of school without his father's consent.
Apr 15 2016
31 mins
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Rank #12: Episode 28 - Lyle Stevik

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On September 17th, 2001, police were called to a suicide at the Lake Quinault Hotel in Amanda Park, Washington. The man, who had checked into the hotel with the name Lyle Stevik, had hanged himself. Police assumed an open and shut case. But Lyle was a fake name, and since his death, no missing persons case has matched him, and no family has come forward to claim him, and his true identity remains unknown.
Aug 28 2017
56 mins
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Rank #13: Episode 7 - Richard Lepsy

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Richard Lepsy disappeared from Grayling, Michigan in 1969. For nearly forty years his case remained un-investigated. That is until 2014, when a startling comparison was made between Lepsy's case and another unsolved disappearance from 1971.
May 02 2016
52 mins
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Rank #14: Episode 8 - Jeannette And Dannette Millbrook

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Twin sisters Jeannette and Dannette Millbrooks went missing from Augusta, Georgia in 1990. However, due to a series of mishaps by local law enforcement, their case was never fully investigated. But now--more than two decades later--their sister, Shanta, is looking for her own answers.
May 17 2016
36 mins
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Rank #15: Episode 13 - Reny Jose

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On a spring break trip to Panama City in March 2014, Reny's friends report that he made comments about running off and hurting himself. After that, he was never heard from again. While many believe that Reny committed suicide, others believe that he may still be out there and that he may have even left on his own accord.
Nov 29 2016
50 mins
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