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Up and Vanished

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Up and Vanished Season 2 focuses on the disappearance of young mother Kristal Reisinger from a remote mountain town in Colorado. Follow along with host Payne Lindsey, a filmmaker turned amateur investigator, as he travels to Colorado to trace Reisinger’s path. In UAV Season 1, Payne tackles his first cold case story, the long unsolved disappearance of Georgia high school teacher and former pageant queen, Tara Grinstead. The 11-year-old case remains the largest case file in Georgia history. Up and Vanished aims to tell compelling, true stories and give these cases the exposure they deserve.

Customer Reviews

No journalistic integrity

The podcast started strong with a compelling story, but I personally couldn’t finish because of the tone it took halfway through. The ads placement is really annoying in the middle of the episodes without any warning. The host likes to talk about himself a lot (or have other people do it for him). But any of that would have been fine. The real problem for me is the content of the podcast itself. The host is not a journalist and I guess you don’t realize how much journalistic integrity matters until it is absent. Names of real people were mentioned as potential suspects without any regard for the effect it would have on their lives. At some point, the host decided he was a crusader with the mission to make the people responsible “pay” (those are his words). One interview with a person involved (Brooke) was particularly jarring to me because he was berating her about her personal conflicting feelings and telling what she should do instead of trying to understand where she was coming from. For me, the point is to get to the truth and in this case that meant trying to understand how people came to do something absolutely terrible. You can’t be judgemental, have a preconceived notion of what happened and you can not rely on hearsay/gossip to build a narrative. It might be a personal grievance, but professional objectivity matters even in an amateur podcast.

Addictive and interesting podcast!

I was looking for a new podcast to get lost in. This one does not disappoint! It's amazing how pathetic police investigations can be at the time of a crime, and how much new info a simple podcast can bring to light! I would highly recommend this one, I hope this mystery gets solved, and I will be listening to every episode to find out!!

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