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Cold in Maine

Cold in Maine

Kylie Low LLC

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Maine’s unsolved murders, true crime cases, and stories from away. Bringing light to the long standing and baffling cold cases in the state of Maine, as well as digging into the creepy and crime-y stories from Vacationland and beyond state lines.

Latest Episodes

Missing & Endangered: The Cathy Marie Moulton Case, Part Two

EThe narrative of Cathy Marie Moulton's story for over two decades was that she simply disappeared, that no one had any idea where she might be.Her case received minimal attention by law enforcement in the years immediately following her disappearance.It would remain ice cold until November 12, 1995, when Kevin Cady was assigned to the case. Kevin Cady literally wrote the book on this case, and I read it. One thing was crystal clear after reading his book -- Cathy did not disappear without a trace. Someone DID have an idea where she might be. Kevin Cady is on Cold in Maine to dig into the longest standing missing persons case in the state of Maine, and what happened to her after she stepped out onto Forest Avenue that September evening in 1971. This is part two of Missing & Endangered: The Cathy Marie Moulton Case. If you haven't tuned into part one yet, go back one episode for the full story. Get Kevin Cady's Book, "Cathy Moulton Missing Endangered" on Amazon. All sources for this c...

41 minSEP 29
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Missing & Endangered: The Cathy Marie Moulton Case, Part Two

Missing & Endangered: The Cathy Marie Moulton Case, Part One

ECold in Maine launched with a mission to shed a light on Maine’s most baffling cold cases, but this isn’t just a long-standing cold case in Maine. This is one of the oldest missing persons cases in the country. It’s been 49 years this week since September 24, 1971, the day 16-year old Cathy Marie Moulton went missing from Portland, Maine. The Portland Police Department dismissed her as a runaway in 1971. Nearly 200 teens had runaway from home that year in Portland, Maine alone, but that didn't fit the daughter that Lyman "Roy" Moulton and his wife Claire knew and loved. 25 years after her disappearance, a new detective was assigned to the case, and he uncovered new details that no one bothered to look into when Cathy first disappeared. This is Part One of Missing & Endangered: The Cathy Marie Moulton Case. All sources for this case and others featured on Cold in Maine are listed in the episode show notes at coldinmaine.com. Follow @coldinmaine on Instagram for key photos for this episode.

22 minSEP 22
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Missing & Endangered: The Cathy Marie Moulton Case, Part One

Lottie Cote Couldn't Stop Killing Her Husbands

EKylie takes Cold in Maine back over 100 years for a look at the case of Lottie Cote, perhaps the most sensational murder cases in Maine's history that made national headlines. In 1910, Lottie Freeman's first husband, William Sanborn, turns up missing. She suspected he fled to Canada after forging her name on some notes he couldn't pay. The beautiful Lottie's story is taken as fact, and the disappearance is never investigated. But in 1924, when her second husband is reported missing by Lottie, it doesn't pass the sniff test for the Sheriff in North Gorham. What happened to William Sanborn and Alphonse Cote? Was Lottie truly the unlucky widow, or did she mastermind the murders of two men who believed they'd won her heart? All sources for this case and others featured on Cold in Maine are listed in the episode show notes at coldinmaine.com. A special thanks to the newspaper.com archives for the Boston Globe, Bangor Daily News, Tuscaloosa Times, and St. Albans Daily Messenger. Follow @c...

35 minSEP 15
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Lottie Cote Couldn't Stop Killing Her Husbands

Her Bloodstained Cutlass Supreme: The Shirley McAvoy Murder

EIn October 1990, Brian McAvoy arrives at his ex-wife’s small home they used to share in Pittsfield, Maine, and makes a horrifying discovery. His former wife Shirley had been missing since August, and was last seen with a mystery man that nobody can identify. Now, police know they have a murder on their hands, and a person of interest to find. Press play now to hear all the details of this tangled mystery, and put your sleuth skills to use to help us bring this case justice. Who murdered Shirley McAvoy? Submit a Tip More from Our Sources Bangor Daily News, Car Found, April 1991 Fox Bangor, 2019 Bangor Daily News, Investigation continues, October 1991 Bangor Daily News, October 1990 Got a story to share? Visit us at coldinmaine.com or email us at coldinmainepodcast@gmail.com to submit your stories and ideas, or to just say hi.Follow us on Instagram for the latest updates @ColdInMaine.

45 minSEP 8
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Her Bloodstained Cutlass Supreme: The Shirley McAvoy Murder

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Welcome to Cold in Maine

EWe're thrilled to announce that Little Stories Podcast is now Cold in Maine.With the incredible success of the mini-series and overwhelming excitement you've shown for the true crime direction of the show these last six weeks, we've renamed and refocused the podcast to Cold in Maine. Full-time, true crime. Press play to hear how the podcast has evolved since its launch in early 2019, why we changed course now, and what's to come from the new format. Cold in Maine covers Maine's unsolved murders, true crime cases, and stories from away. We're bringing to light the longstanding and baffling cold cases in the state of Maine, as well as digging into the creepy and crime-y stories from Vacationland and beyond state lines. Find us at coldinmaine.com and on Instagram @coldinmaine.

18 minSEP 5
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Welcome to Cold in Maine

A Killer in Common? The Janet Brochu and Geraldine Anne Finn Cases

EAfter a night out with friends at a Waterville bar in 1987, 20-year old Janet Brochu was never seen alive again. When you hear the details of Janet Brochu’s case, and how it intertwines with the murder of another young Maine woman around the same time and place, you’ll be demanding to know how it’s possible Janet Brochu’s case is still without answers. Note from the Show: Gerald Goodale has never been publicly or formally named a suspect in the unsolved Janet Brochu homicide case and all commentary by hosts is speculation and narration for entertainment purposes only. Connect with us atColdinMaine.com and coldinmainepodcast@gmail.com. More from Our Sources Maine State Prison Inmate Records for Gerald Goodale Legacy.com Obituary for Geraldine Brochu Landowner discovers body... Bangor Daily News, August 1988 Waterville man to be arraigned... Bangor Daily News, August 1988 Just denies bail... Bangor Daily News, September 1988 Man accused in killing... Bangor Daily News, August 1988...

32 minSEP 1
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A Killer in Common? The Janet Brochu and Geraldine Anne Finn Cases

The Still Unsolved Double Arson Homicide of Lorna Brackett and Vincent White

EThe week before Thanksgiving in 1991, police respond to a call at 5:43 am about a house in Waterville, Maine, that had exploded into flames. When the fire was under control, investigators find the remains of two people among the debris, quickly making them realize something more sinister might be at play. When test results come back, they confirm the fire was an act of arson, and the people inside, murdered. What happened to Lorna Brackett and Vincent White? Cold in Maine is presented by Little Stories Podcast, showcasing deep dives into Maine’s unsolved homicides to shed light on stories that shouldn’t be forgotten. A very special thanks to our new friend, Kathy, for sharing her memories and personal stories with us, and to our anonymous source. More from Our Sources Seekins, B. (1991, November 19). Two dead in Waterville house after suspicious fire Monday. Bangor Daily News. Retrieved from newspapers.com. (1991, November 20).Killer fire deliberately set. Bangor Daily News. Retri...

34 minAUG 25
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The Still Unsolved Double Arson Homicide of Lorna Brackett and Vincent White

A Convicted Killer & Missing Maine Mother: The Disappearance of Pauline Rourke

EChristmas was just 10 days away in 1976 when Sandra Rourke, also known as Honey, walked into her mother’s bedroom to kiss her goodbye before leaving for school. When Honey came home from school that day, her mother wasn’t home. Her mother's boyfriend Albert said she’d be back later. But Pauline Rourke never returned. Not that night, not even that week or month. Honey never saw her mother again. In the 44 years since Honey kissed her mother goodbye before leaving for school, no one has found a single trace of Pauline. But this isn’t just the case of 32-year old Pauline Rourke’s disappearance. This is also the story of 30-year old Janet Baxter, 19-year old Patricia Ann Sinclair, 10-month old Craig, 2-year old Christopher, and 3-year old Christine. The one name that connects every person on that list? Albert P. Cochran. Leave a tip for the Maine State Police Unsolved Homicides Unit: TIP FORM More from Our Sources The Palm Beach Post, 1999 Chicago Tribune, 1964 The Times, Streator,...

38 minAUG 18
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A Convicted Killer & Missing Maine Mother: The Disappearance of Pauline Rourke

Homicide on I-95: What Happened to Pamela Webb?

EIn July of 1989, 32-year-old Pamela J. Webb’s blue Chevy pickup truck was found abandoned with flat tires along the interstate in Biddeford, her dog inside and signs of a struggle nearby. Almost three weeks later, her body was found in the woods of New Hampshire, and the medical examiner declared her cause of death “unspecified violent homicide.” To this day, Maine State Police are still searching for answers to this baffling mystery, trying to fill in a fuzzy timeline that will answer the question: What happened to Pamela Webb? This is Cold in Maine, a Little Stories Podcast mini-series showcasing deep dives into Maine’s unsolved homicides to shed light on stories that shouldn’t be forgotten. More from Our Sources Got a tip? Submit it to the NH Cold Case Unit New Hampshire Unsolved Valley Killer Wiki Long Haul Territory Killer Trooper Haas BDN Trooper Hass Press Herald New England Cases Maura Murray 30+ original newspaper clippingsandarticles from various archives including Th...

33 minAUG 11
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Homicide on I-95: What Happened to Pamela Webb?

Murder at Acadia National Park: The Leslie Spellman Case

ELeslie was just 27-years old when she set off to Bar Harbor in the summer of 1977, hitchhiking from Vermont with her scruffy mutt Taylor by her side. Her beaten body would be found the next day, along the walking trail at Asticou Gardens in Northeast Harbor -- 50 feet outside the boundaries of Acadia National Park. Her dog was found relatively unharmed less than a mile away. To this day, over 40 years later, Leslie’s family is still searching for answers. Who took the life of their sweet sister and daughter? Read more from our sources: Death in Acadia by Randi Minetor Downeast Magazine Cold Case Clues Sought in 1977 Murder, Bangor Daily News Acadia Magic The Cold Trail of a Killer, Boston Globe Vox.com Find more from the Cold in Maine mini-series at littlestoriespodcast.com and see key images from the case on Instagram @littlestoriespodcast

30 minAUG 4
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Murder at Acadia National Park: The Leslie Spellman Case

Latest Episodes

Missing & Endangered: The Cathy Marie Moulton Case, Part Two

EThe narrative of Cathy Marie Moulton's story for over two decades was that she simply disappeared, that no one had any idea where she might be.Her case received minimal attention by law enforcement in the years immediately following her disappearance.It would remain ice cold until November 12, 1995, when Kevin Cady was assigned to the case. Kevin Cady literally wrote the book on this case, and I read it. One thing was crystal clear after reading his book -- Cathy did not disappear without a trace. Someone DID have an idea where she might be. Kevin Cady is on Cold in Maine to dig into the longest standing missing persons case in the state of Maine, and what happened to her after she stepped out onto Forest Avenue that September evening in 1971. This is part two of Missing & Endangered: The Cathy Marie Moulton Case. If you haven't tuned into part one yet, go back one episode for the full story. Get Kevin Cady's Book, "Cathy Moulton Missing Endangered" on Amazon. All sources for this c...

41 minSEP 29
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Missing & Endangered: The Cathy Marie Moulton Case, Part Two

Missing & Endangered: The Cathy Marie Moulton Case, Part One

ECold in Maine launched with a mission to shed a light on Maine’s most baffling cold cases, but this isn’t just a long-standing cold case in Maine. This is one of the oldest missing persons cases in the country. It’s been 49 years this week since September 24, 1971, the day 16-year old Cathy Marie Moulton went missing from Portland, Maine. The Portland Police Department dismissed her as a runaway in 1971. Nearly 200 teens had runaway from home that year in Portland, Maine alone, but that didn't fit the daughter that Lyman "Roy" Moulton and his wife Claire knew and loved. 25 years after her disappearance, a new detective was assigned to the case, and he uncovered new details that no one bothered to look into when Cathy first disappeared. This is Part One of Missing & Endangered: The Cathy Marie Moulton Case. All sources for this case and others featured on Cold in Maine are listed in the episode show notes at coldinmaine.com. Follow @coldinmaine on Instagram for key photos for this episode.

22 minSEP 22
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Missing & Endangered: The Cathy Marie Moulton Case, Part One

Lottie Cote Couldn't Stop Killing Her Husbands

EKylie takes Cold in Maine back over 100 years for a look at the case of Lottie Cote, perhaps the most sensational murder cases in Maine's history that made national headlines. In 1910, Lottie Freeman's first husband, William Sanborn, turns up missing. She suspected he fled to Canada after forging her name on some notes he couldn't pay. The beautiful Lottie's story is taken as fact, and the disappearance is never investigated. But in 1924, when her second husband is reported missing by Lottie, it doesn't pass the sniff test for the Sheriff in North Gorham. What happened to William Sanborn and Alphonse Cote? Was Lottie truly the unlucky widow, or did she mastermind the murders of two men who believed they'd won her heart? All sources for this case and others featured on Cold in Maine are listed in the episode show notes at coldinmaine.com. A special thanks to the newspaper.com archives for the Boston Globe, Bangor Daily News, Tuscaloosa Times, and St. Albans Daily Messenger. Follow @c...

35 minSEP 15
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Lottie Cote Couldn't Stop Killing Her Husbands

Her Bloodstained Cutlass Supreme: The Shirley McAvoy Murder

EIn October 1990, Brian McAvoy arrives at his ex-wife’s small home they used to share in Pittsfield, Maine, and makes a horrifying discovery. His former wife Shirley had been missing since August, and was last seen with a mystery man that nobody can identify. Now, police know they have a murder on their hands, and a person of interest to find. Press play now to hear all the details of this tangled mystery, and put your sleuth skills to use to help us bring this case justice. Who murdered Shirley McAvoy? Submit a Tip More from Our Sources Bangor Daily News, Car Found, April 1991 Fox Bangor, 2019 Bangor Daily News, Investigation continues, October 1991 Bangor Daily News, October 1990 Got a story to share? Visit us at coldinmaine.com or email us at coldinmainepodcast@gmail.com to submit your stories and ideas, or to just say hi.Follow us on Instagram for the latest updates @ColdInMaine.

45 minSEP 8
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Her Bloodstained Cutlass Supreme: The Shirley McAvoy Murder

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Welcome to Cold in Maine

EWe're thrilled to announce that Little Stories Podcast is now Cold in Maine.With the incredible success of the mini-series and overwhelming excitement you've shown for the true crime direction of the show these last six weeks, we've renamed and refocused the podcast to Cold in Maine. Full-time, true crime. Press play to hear how the podcast has evolved since its launch in early 2019, why we changed course now, and what's to come from the new format. Cold in Maine covers Maine's unsolved murders, true crime cases, and stories from away. We're bringing to light the longstanding and baffling cold cases in the state of Maine, as well as digging into the creepy and crime-y stories from Vacationland and beyond state lines. Find us at coldinmaine.com and on Instagram @coldinmaine.

18 minSEP 5
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Welcome to Cold in Maine

A Killer in Common? The Janet Brochu and Geraldine Anne Finn Cases

EAfter a night out with friends at a Waterville bar in 1987, 20-year old Janet Brochu was never seen alive again. When you hear the details of Janet Brochu’s case, and how it intertwines with the murder of another young Maine woman around the same time and place, you’ll be demanding to know how it’s possible Janet Brochu’s case is still without answers. Note from the Show: Gerald Goodale has never been publicly or formally named a suspect in the unsolved Janet Brochu homicide case and all commentary by hosts is speculation and narration for entertainment purposes only. Connect with us atColdinMaine.com and coldinmainepodcast@gmail.com. More from Our Sources Maine State Prison Inmate Records for Gerald Goodale Legacy.com Obituary for Geraldine Brochu Landowner discovers body... Bangor Daily News, August 1988 Waterville man to be arraigned... Bangor Daily News, August 1988 Just denies bail... Bangor Daily News, September 1988 Man accused in killing... Bangor Daily News, August 1988...

32 minSEP 1
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A Killer in Common? The Janet Brochu and Geraldine Anne Finn Cases

The Still Unsolved Double Arson Homicide of Lorna Brackett and Vincent White

EThe week before Thanksgiving in 1991, police respond to a call at 5:43 am about a house in Waterville, Maine, that had exploded into flames. When the fire was under control, investigators find the remains of two people among the debris, quickly making them realize something more sinister might be at play. When test results come back, they confirm the fire was an act of arson, and the people inside, murdered. What happened to Lorna Brackett and Vincent White? Cold in Maine is presented by Little Stories Podcast, showcasing deep dives into Maine’s unsolved homicides to shed light on stories that shouldn’t be forgotten. A very special thanks to our new friend, Kathy, for sharing her memories and personal stories with us, and to our anonymous source. More from Our Sources Seekins, B. (1991, November 19). Two dead in Waterville house after suspicious fire Monday. Bangor Daily News. Retrieved from newspapers.com. (1991, November 20).Killer fire deliberately set. Bangor Daily News. Retri...

34 minAUG 25
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The Still Unsolved Double Arson Homicide of Lorna Brackett and Vincent White

A Convicted Killer & Missing Maine Mother: The Disappearance of Pauline Rourke

EChristmas was just 10 days away in 1976 when Sandra Rourke, also known as Honey, walked into her mother’s bedroom to kiss her goodbye before leaving for school. When Honey came home from school that day, her mother wasn’t home. Her mother's boyfriend Albert said she’d be back later. But Pauline Rourke never returned. Not that night, not even that week or month. Honey never saw her mother again. In the 44 years since Honey kissed her mother goodbye before leaving for school, no one has found a single trace of Pauline. But this isn’t just the case of 32-year old Pauline Rourke’s disappearance. This is also the story of 30-year old Janet Baxter, 19-year old Patricia Ann Sinclair, 10-month old Craig, 2-year old Christopher, and 3-year old Christine. The one name that connects every person on that list? Albert P. Cochran. Leave a tip for the Maine State Police Unsolved Homicides Unit: TIP FORM More from Our Sources The Palm Beach Post, 1999 Chicago Tribune, 1964 The Times, Streator,...

38 minAUG 18
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A Convicted Killer & Missing Maine Mother: The Disappearance of Pauline Rourke

Homicide on I-95: What Happened to Pamela Webb?

EIn July of 1989, 32-year-old Pamela J. Webb’s blue Chevy pickup truck was found abandoned with flat tires along the interstate in Biddeford, her dog inside and signs of a struggle nearby. Almost three weeks later, her body was found in the woods of New Hampshire, and the medical examiner declared her cause of death “unspecified violent homicide.” To this day, Maine State Police are still searching for answers to this baffling mystery, trying to fill in a fuzzy timeline that will answer the question: What happened to Pamela Webb? This is Cold in Maine, a Little Stories Podcast mini-series showcasing deep dives into Maine’s unsolved homicides to shed light on stories that shouldn’t be forgotten. More from Our Sources Got a tip? Submit it to the NH Cold Case Unit New Hampshire Unsolved Valley Killer Wiki Long Haul Territory Killer Trooper Haas BDN Trooper Hass Press Herald New England Cases Maura Murray 30+ original newspaper clippingsandarticles from various archives including Th...

33 minAUG 11
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Homicide on I-95: What Happened to Pamela Webb?

Murder at Acadia National Park: The Leslie Spellman Case

ELeslie was just 27-years old when she set off to Bar Harbor in the summer of 1977, hitchhiking from Vermont with her scruffy mutt Taylor by her side. Her beaten body would be found the next day, along the walking trail at Asticou Gardens in Northeast Harbor -- 50 feet outside the boundaries of Acadia National Park. Her dog was found relatively unharmed less than a mile away. To this day, over 40 years later, Leslie’s family is still searching for answers. Who took the life of their sweet sister and daughter? Read more from our sources: Death in Acadia by Randi Minetor Downeast Magazine Cold Case Clues Sought in 1977 Murder, Bangor Daily News Acadia Magic The Cold Trail of a Killer, Boston Globe Vox.com Find more from the Cold in Maine mini-series at littlestoriespodcast.com and see key images from the case on Instagram @littlestoriespodcast

30 minAUG 4
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Murder at Acadia National Park: The Leslie Spellman Case
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