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  • Hell And Gone is a podcast from iHeartRadio and School of Humans that follows journalist and private investigator Catherine Townsend as she investigates unsolved deaths.  In this season of Hell And Gone...

    On October 30, 2015, the Little Rock Police Department searched an abandoned car in a small residential park. The keys were in the ignition and the car was out of gas as if it had been left running. The car belonged to 18-year-old Ebby Steppach, and she had vanished without a trace. What really happened to Ebby Steppach?

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  • Oct 10 2018

    Hell And Gone is a new podcast launching October 17 that follows writer and private investigator Catherine Townsend as she moves back to the Arkansas Ozarks to solve the 2004 murder of 22-year-old college student Rebekah Gould. 

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  • Oct 17 2018

    Catherine and her team arrive in the Arkansas Ozarks and retrace Rebekah’s steps on the last day she was seen alive. They meet Rebekah’s sister Danielle, her father Larry, and local journalist George Jared. For more on the case, visit hellandgonepodcast.com

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    44 mins
  • Oct 24 2018

    Catherine and her team use old-fashioned detective work to uncover more details about the murder and to track down possible suspects. They meet with Rusty, owner and publisher of the local newspaper, and attempt to find Jesse, JB and Chris. For more on the case, visit hellandgonepodcast.com

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    40 mins

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captivating!

I am a true crime junkie and thoroughly enjoy listening. I started with season one and have been intrigued by all of the content.

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Hell and Gone

Hyper focused theories that aren’t the logical explanation. Can we please have a true crime podcast without extreme bias? Truly investigate all avenues please!

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Arkancide episode

This particular episode of hell and gone is quite illuminating. This case of Janie shows how far a father will go to get the truth out about how is daughter really died. Originally it approved it was just a group of teenagers who were scared because there was booze at a party and everyone was 16 years old. This episode does show that one of the witnesses Sara backtracked her statement. The original search warrant to go check out the cabin where the party happened the judge denied the original warrant who was sara father. The search warrant was signed a few hours later by a different judge. Sara was becoming an outcast because everyone was starting to think there was a coverup. The wards were offered 1000’s of dollars to stop investing the Janie case.Ron’s daughter. Ron did an incredible job. Ron was threatened about his family. So Ron had to pull his 2 kids outta school due to all the death threats. This was a great episode.

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Great podcast, story and performance

The podcast shows a true desire to examine cases and bring truth to the forefront. The victims and their families are treated with respect. Why then oh why are the sponsors so offensive? It is insulting

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