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Faded Out

By Sarah DiMeo

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Delving into the most dark and disturbing missing persons cold cases. Season 2 follows the disappearance of Doreen Vincent, who vanished from her father's house on June 15, 1988 in Wallingford, Connecticut. Hosted by Sarah DiMeo.

Customer Reviews

Worth listening

Crazy story worth listening to. Couple things that bugged me were that the narrator constantly claims she is not biased but then always gives her 10 minute opinion is every episode. She talks A LOT. The other thing is I wish she had more interviews, she is constantly playing clips from the documentary and old audio clips, followed by her opinion, although there could be road blocks with this since the whole story took place decades ago. Just my 2 cents, but still a good series.

Haunting Case. Passionate Host. Editing Needs Work

So I grew-up in Iowa in the 80s and Johnny Gosch was always a cautionary tale. I thought I knew all there was to know about this case, but this podcast changed this.

This is the host’s first podcast and it is interesting. The Yellow Bag and his story is a game changer. The host seems to have a lot of passion case and is able to build trust with key players. Not all podcasters able or willing to do this.


Like most first time podcasts it lacks polish and the storytelling is not tight. I was probably most put off near the end of the season where there are literally hours of audio where the same story is told over and over and over (yes, I mean literally hours of the host and others recounting the same story). I struggled to stick with it, despite my interest in the case. Editing interviews and conversations to retain the most interesting/crucial information would make this much easier to listen to.

Stick with it!

First handful of episodes were a little rough around the edges and I disagreed strongly with the theory/truth of the information being presented with regards to Paul Bonacci and the Franklin conspiracy...that DOES get addressed though and the host starts to really dig into the story in a big way by the time yellow bag is introduced (ep 10 or so?) it’s became one of my faves. Stick with it even if you don’t like the first few eps!

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