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UnFound--A Missing Persons Program

By UnFound

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Established in September 2016, Unfound is a missing persons program concentrated on interviewing family, friends, and reporters who are closest to the cases. The focus is on turning up new leads and theories, which the podcast has already accomplished in its short existence.

Customer Reviews

Story behind the story

The host skillfully draws out details of the missing person's life and last movements. I like the detailed examination of each incident. He had a little audio problem on first episode, but that is cleared up. Sound quality is important and this show has clear and crisp sound quality.


When I heard that the male host was no longer going to be on America's Missing, I was relieved. I thought him and the lady host did not mesh well and he seemed to have a underlying superiority complex towards women in general. Nothing's changed in this new podcast. He continues to make snarky comments about the victims and constantly interrupts his guests. I was interested to hear him solo and the new cases presented, but unfortunately I couldn't even make it past the first episode. He seems to be apathetic about the cases and not really care about the sensitive topic at hand. In addition, the cover art is a rip off from google and not creative in the least. It seems that no effort was made to create a good podcast. Maybe podcasting isn't his thing and he should stick with books. Sorry, Ed. Strike 2.

Amateur Podcast

This podcast needs work. The guy on the show has a voice that is good for advertisements or Broadway, not radio or podcasts. He raises his volume at the end of every sentence and is really annoying to listen to. Way better podcasts out there. The supply of true crime podcasts is abundant. No need to waste time on this one.

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