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Mysteriously Listed True Crime

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Mysteriously Listed True Crime

Mysteriously Listed True Crime

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Each episode will be themed listing the top 10 true crime stories and mysteries that you may have never heard of before.

Latest Episodes

Missing Persons: Hometown

EAccording to the National Missing Persons Coordination Centre, approximately 35000 Australians are reported missing every year. That’s one person every 15 minutes. More than 95% of these people are found within a week. And 99.5% of all missing persons are eventually found. But what happened to the 1600 people still missing in Australia and have been missing long term. We will discuss some of these cases, from my hometown, this week on Mysteriously Listed. Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

32 MIN2019 OCT 7
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Missing Persons: Hometown

Solved: Confessions

What makes someone confess after they’ve gotten away with murder? Some are racked with guilt. Haunted by the ghosts of people they have killed. Others are opportunists. Whose admission is for the attention of the media. Or alternatively, they confess to reduce their sentence. And still others are taken down by the confessions of their accomplices, family or even the victim themselves. The confessions that may get them mysteriously listed. Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

38 MIN2019 AUG 26
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Solved: Confessions

Solved Mysteries: Bank Robberies

10 Dunbar Amoured Robbery 1:39 9 The Brink’s Mat Warehouse Robbery 9:27 8 The Chelembra Bank Robbery 12:40 7 The 300 Million Yen Robbery 14:37 6 The Northern Bank Robbery 19:30 5 The Great Train Robber 21:01 4 The Securitas Depot Robbery 22:57 3 The Knightsbridge Security Deposit Robbery 24:30 2 The South American Underground Robberies 26:25 1 The Central Bank of Iraq Robbery 29:42 Thank you to TRUE CRIME DEADLINE for sponsoring this week's episode. Listen to TRUE CRIME DEADLINE on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to great podcasts. Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

32 MIN2019 AUG 12
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Solved Mysteries: Bank Robberies

Unsolved Mysteries: Strange Phone Calls 2

6 Katrina McVeigh 0:39 5 Jamie Santos 6:16 4 Angela Hammond 10:41 3 Justin Burgwinkel 15:03 2 Troy Cook 20:57 1 Connie Michaca 26:35 Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

31 MIN2019 AUG 5
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Unsolved Mysteries: Strange Phone Calls 2

Unsolved Mysteries: In the Woods

Camping. Hunting. Hiking. All things that are synonymous with the woods. The isolated cabin in the woods brings up images of horror movie staples such as Friday the 13th. The woods are a dark, quiet, peaceful and mysterious place where you can relax and forget about your problems. Or can you? What is lurking behind that tree? What was that sound? The woods can also be a haunting setting because you never know what is beyond what you can see. And that is exactly what can get you mysteriously listed. Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

40 MIN2019 JUL 29
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Unsolved Mysteries: In the Woods

Unsolved Mysteries: Strange Phone Calls 1

12 Brandon Lawson 00:37 11 Julia Wallace 04:00 10 Balraj Rattu 08:00 9 Tracy Kirkpatrick 11:22 8 The Crew of Casie Nicole 16:37 7 Georgia Crews 20:28 Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

25 MIN2019 JUL 22
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Unsolved Mysteries: Strange Phone Calls 1

Unsolved Mysteries: Japan

Japan has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. In a nation with one of the highest populations, it recorded only 440 homicides in 2014 and a conviction rate of an astonishing 99%. However, until 2005, the statute of limitation for murder was only 15 years. Because of this, some murder cases have never been solved which makes them mysteriously listed…. Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

36 MIN2019 JUL 15
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Unsolved Mysteries: Japan

Missing Persons: Strange Sightings

Whenever someone goes missing and their disappearance is covered by numerous media outlets, it’s inevitable that investigators begin to be flooded with tips from witnesses claiming to have seen the victim in the days, weeks, months, even years after their disappearance. Generally, these reports are never confirmed and it is assumed that the witness mistook the person they saw for the missing person. However, in the cases we will talk about today, the witnesses will supply certain details that make investigators take notice of these sightings. And while these missing persons cases remain unsolved to this day, these strange witness sightings caused everyone involved to look at the case in a very different light. This week on Mysteriously Listed. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

31 MIN2019 JUL 8
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Missing Persons: Strange Sightings

Unsolved Mysteries: Radio Broadcasts

Mysterious short-wave radio broadcasts have been heard, often on the air since the 1950s, and usually consisting of a sampled or synthesized human voice, reading out random strings of digits, usually in groups of five, in various languages and accents not always matching where the signals seem to be coming from. They can appear out of nowhere and disappear just as quickly. Confusion about their purpose has led many to believe that they’re related to intelligence services, ghosts or extraterritorial life. Judge for yourself today on mysteriously listed. Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

25 MIN2019 JUL 1
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Unsolved Mysteries: Radio Broadcasts

Missing Persons: Cruise Ships

This week we discuss unexplained disappearances on cruise ships. 1:00 Merrian Carver 3:50 George Allen Smith IV 7:15 Farbia Armani 11:27 Annette Mizener 13:45 Christopher Caldwell 16:06 John Halford 18:05 Rebecca Coriam 22:22 Amy Lynn Bradley Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

27 MIN2019 JUN 23
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Missing Persons: Cruise Ships
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Latest Episodes

Missing Persons: Hometown

EAccording to the National Missing Persons Coordination Centre, approximately 35000 Australians are reported missing every year. That’s one person every 15 minutes. More than 95% of these people are found within a week. And 99.5% of all missing persons are eventually found. But what happened to the 1600 people still missing in Australia and have been missing long term. We will discuss some of these cases, from my hometown, this week on Mysteriously Listed. Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

32 MIN2019 OCT 7
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Missing Persons: Hometown

Solved: Confessions

What makes someone confess after they’ve gotten away with murder? Some are racked with guilt. Haunted by the ghosts of people they have killed. Others are opportunists. Whose admission is for the attention of the media. Or alternatively, they confess to reduce their sentence. And still others are taken down by the confessions of their accomplices, family or even the victim themselves. The confessions that may get them mysteriously listed. Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

38 MIN2019 AUG 26
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Solved: Confessions

Solved Mysteries: Bank Robberies

10 Dunbar Amoured Robbery 1:39 9 The Brink’s Mat Warehouse Robbery 9:27 8 The Chelembra Bank Robbery 12:40 7 The 300 Million Yen Robbery 14:37 6 The Northern Bank Robbery 19:30 5 The Great Train Robber 21:01 4 The Securitas Depot Robbery 22:57 3 The Knightsbridge Security Deposit Robbery 24:30 2 The South American Underground Robberies 26:25 1 The Central Bank of Iraq Robbery 29:42 Thank you to TRUE CRIME DEADLINE for sponsoring this week's episode. Listen to TRUE CRIME DEADLINE on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to great podcasts. Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

32 MIN2019 AUG 12
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Solved Mysteries: Bank Robberies

Unsolved Mysteries: Strange Phone Calls 2

6 Katrina McVeigh 0:39 5 Jamie Santos 6:16 4 Angela Hammond 10:41 3 Justin Burgwinkel 15:03 2 Troy Cook 20:57 1 Connie Michaca 26:35 Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

31 MIN2019 AUG 5
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Unsolved Mysteries: Strange Phone Calls 2

Unsolved Mysteries: In the Woods

Camping. Hunting. Hiking. All things that are synonymous with the woods. The isolated cabin in the woods brings up images of horror movie staples such as Friday the 13th. The woods are a dark, quiet, peaceful and mysterious place where you can relax and forget about your problems. Or can you? What is lurking behind that tree? What was that sound? The woods can also be a haunting setting because you never know what is beyond what you can see. And that is exactly what can get you mysteriously listed. Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

40 MIN2019 JUL 29
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Unsolved Mysteries: In the Woods

Unsolved Mysteries: Strange Phone Calls 1

12 Brandon Lawson 00:37 11 Julia Wallace 04:00 10 Balraj Rattu 08:00 9 Tracy Kirkpatrick 11:22 8 The Crew of Casie Nicole 16:37 7 Georgia Crews 20:28 Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

25 MIN2019 JUL 22
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Unsolved Mysteries: Strange Phone Calls 1

Unsolved Mysteries: Japan

Japan has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. In a nation with one of the highest populations, it recorded only 440 homicides in 2014 and a conviction rate of an astonishing 99%. However, until 2005, the statute of limitation for murder was only 15 years. Because of this, some murder cases have never been solved which makes them mysteriously listed…. Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

36 MIN2019 JUL 15
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Unsolved Mysteries: Japan

Missing Persons: Strange Sightings

Whenever someone goes missing and their disappearance is covered by numerous media outlets, it’s inevitable that investigators begin to be flooded with tips from witnesses claiming to have seen the victim in the days, weeks, months, even years after their disappearance. Generally, these reports are never confirmed and it is assumed that the witness mistook the person they saw for the missing person. However, in the cases we will talk about today, the witnesses will supply certain details that make investigators take notice of these sightings. And while these missing persons cases remain unsolved to this day, these strange witness sightings caused everyone involved to look at the case in a very different light. This week on Mysteriously Listed. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

31 MIN2019 JUL 8
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Missing Persons: Strange Sightings

Unsolved Mysteries: Radio Broadcasts

Mysterious short-wave radio broadcasts have been heard, often on the air since the 1950s, and usually consisting of a sampled or synthesized human voice, reading out random strings of digits, usually in groups of five, in various languages and accents not always matching where the signals seem to be coming from. They can appear out of nowhere and disappear just as quickly. Confusion about their purpose has led many to believe that they’re related to intelligence services, ghosts or extraterritorial life. Judge for yourself today on mysteriously listed. Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

25 MIN2019 JUL 1
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Unsolved Mysteries: Radio Broadcasts

Missing Persons: Cruise Ships

This week we discuss unexplained disappearances on cruise ships. 1:00 Merrian Carver 3:50 George Allen Smith IV 7:15 Farbia Armani 11:27 Annette Mizener 13:45 Christopher Caldwell 16:06 John Halford 18:05 Rebecca Coriam 22:22 Amy Lynn Bradley Website coming soon Facebook /mysteriouslylisted Twitter @mysteriouslist Music by Myuu For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

27 MIN2019 JUN 23
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Missing Persons: Cruise Ships
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