Status: Pending Podcast
By Heather Wright & Scott Fuller
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There are many True Crime podcasts available; each offering a different perspective to the genre. Each with their own niche that pulls the listener in by tugging at their heartstrings or their funny bone, in one way or another. What we aim to do with Status: Pending is make you think. We want you to feel as though you're connected to the case. We want you to feel something. The cases that we are going to cover have discrepancies of some sort and may not be well-known. They are either unsolved, prematurely closed, or open without any solid leads. We want to get these stories out to the public, for the family and for the victim. Join us every month for a different case - which will be a different chapter in our podcast - as we take a 3-part look into the facts. We’ll have interviews, expert opinions, and more. We’ll also be looking for suggestions from you for cases to take on as we move forward.
||ExplicitChapter 5: Missing in Montana (Tammy Salle)||Episode 3 41-year-old Tammy Salle was reported missing to Anaconda police by her adult daughter on the day after Christmas in 2012. An associated vehicle that Tammy was believed to have been driving at the time - a blueish-gray 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix -||1/31/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 5: Missing in Montana (Helen Gracia)||Episode 2 On May 23, 2008, Helen Gracia left her home to buy groceries and fill a prescription for her mother. She was reportedly seen later the same day at a local hotel with a male companion in Anaconda, Montana. After this witness report of Helen G||1/31/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 5: Missing in Montana (Brandy Christiansen)||Episode 1 46-year-old Brandy Christiansen was last seen on November 2nd, 2007, before she seemingly vanished from Butte-Silver Bow County, Montana. Police found her abandoned car 12 days later. Brandy’s 1991 Toyota Tercel was found abandoned on th||1/31/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitAddendum: Jayme Closs FOUND||Here is a raw, unedited update episode about the Jayme Closs case. SHE HAS BEEN FOUND ALIVE. Heather & Scott discuss the press conferences held regarding the arrest of suspect James Thomas Patterson and the details released.||1/11/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDossier 2 - Jayme Closs||A case, a double murder, a mystery ripped from the national headlines. In our second dossier episode, we’ll examine a brutal double murder, and an apparent abduction which occurred mere months ago in a small town in Wisconsin. This is our second dossi||12/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 4: Episode 3 (Elizabeth Andes)||Please listen to episode 3 for more information on the persons of interest in the case as well as some observations we made along the way. There are some eerie similarities between Beth’s case and a previous unsolved case that we've covered here on||11/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 4: Episode 2 (Elizabeth Andes)||In episode 2 of Chapter 4; Scott and Heather interview the one and only Amber Hunt of the Cincinnati Enquirer and the "Accused" podcast. We discuss the case with her as well as what it was like for her to put together the podcast as her investigation||11/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 4: Episode 1 (Elizabeth Andes)||Elizabeth Andes was found murdered in her Ohio apartment on December 28, 1978; just a week after her college graduation. She was described as outspoken, feisty, and fireball by her friends. Her boyfriend, a stand-out college football player, was imm||11/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitDossier 1 - David Josiah Lawson||He was supposed to be a force for good in the system. A criminal justice major who went to one party off campus.It was the last thing he ever did. This is one case among many. But some who listen to this month’s episode will say it’s many cases expl||10/25/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 3: Episode 3 (Alissa Turney)||Episode 3 of Chapter 3 is formatted a bit differently than previous chapters in the sense that we have a guest in this episode as well. Moxie was an incredible asset to us and for this chapter as she researched and provided us with a tremendous amount||9/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 3: Episode 2 (Alissa Turney)||Episode 2 of Chapter 3 provides interviews from two experts on the case. We hear from Alissa’s sister, Sarah and Ottavia (who produced the Missing Alissa podcast) on the case. We delve deeper into the timeline from Sarah’s perspective as well as||9/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 3: Episode 1 (Alissa Turney)||Chapter 3 delves into the Alissa Turney case. Alissa Turney was a fee-spirited, precocious 17-year-old who disappeared on May 17, 2001 from Phoenix, Arizona. She left early on the last day of school and was picked up by her stepfather. According to||9/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 2: Episode 3 (Beverly Jarosz)||Episode 3 of Chapter 2 provides statistics and interesting information about strangulation, the accuracy as well as the admissibility of the polygraph test, and key points about the handling of the crime scene and investigation in 1964 compared to moder||9/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 2: Episode 2 (Beverly Jarosz)||Episode 2 of Chapter 2 provides interviews from three professionals/experts on the case. We delve deeper into the timeline as well as the suspect’s potential mental state, potential motive, and the possibility/probability of Beverly having more than||9/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 2: Episode 1 (Beverly Jarosz)||Chapter 2 delves into the Beverly Jarosz case. Beverly Jarosz was a beautiful 16-year-old girl who lived in the Garfield Heights neighborhood located in Cleveland, Ohio. From all accounts, Beverly had everything going for her. She was well-liked in||9/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 1: Episode 3 (Donald Edward Fickey, Jr.)||“Death investigation requires strict adherence to guidelines. Investigators must search for clues that identify a death as natural, suicide or homicide. In the case of homicide, investigators must carefully collect evidence to help identify suspects a||7/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 1: Episode 2 (Donald Edward Fickey, Jr.)||In Episode 2 of Chapter 1, we complied interviews with experts and people close to the case. We were given the opportunity to interview a former 911 dispatcher to gain a different perspective on the 911 calls that we were privy to in DJ’s case. Suzann||7/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChapter 1: Episode 1 (Donald Edward Fickey, Jr.)||October, 2016. North Georgia. Several people occupy a known drug home; which is actually a plot of land with a trailer, a shed, and a camper. The trailer is known as Old Man’s house; this is the meth house. Among those inside the meth house is Don “||7/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitStatus: Pending Trailer||Coming Summer 2018!||7/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Disgusting victim blaming
How dare you state you think Jayme closs had social media interaction with her abductor despite her and law enforcement saying otherwise. You are further victimizing a child and making her feel responsible for her parents murder. This child had to save herself and now has to defend herself against podcast host trolls. I plan to unsubscribe and trash you and your podcast all over social media and all over true Crime forums the way you have to this poor young girl. Who cares if you know a cop or are related to a cop.....you aren’t qualified to give an opinion on my weekly garbage. I’m incensed and disgusted by the hosts. This explains why your show has such horrible reviews. It’s a garbage podcast with garbage hosts. You both have low moral character. All your podcasts should be trashed.
Not so bad
I’m kinda hooked, been looking for a few new podcasts and this caught my attention, I like it’s calming narrative. Got me going to the 2nd episode so has my respect ✊
Not so good
Episodes are too short.
Female commentator just reads without any voice inflections. She may be good in time but not yet.