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  • For years, some law enforcement agencies have replaced the faces of traditional playing card decks with images of missing and murdered people and distributed those cards in prisons hoping inmates would come forward with information needed to crack these cold cases wide open. Now, audiochuck is dealing you in. Each week, we will be working with investigators and family members to bring you the details of some of the coldest cases from around the country in hopes that someone listening can finally bring these victims the justice they deserve.
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  • Aug 10 2022

    Our card this week is Donna Tattersall, the Queen of Spades from Rhode Island. 

    Donna Tattersall was 24 when she disappeared from the Pawtucket, Rhode Island’s Firehouse Lounge in the early hours of April 22, 1979. That morning, her body was in a nearby parking lot just a few hours after a witness saw a man carry her out of the bar. While many believed police had captured Donna’s killer when their main suspect was tried for her murder, his acquittal prompted Pawtucket residents to believe a killer was still lurking in their midst. 

    If you know anything about the murder of Donna Tattersall on April 22nd, 1979, please call the Pawtucket Police Department at 401-727-9100 or the Rhode Island Tip Line at 877-747-6583. 

    To learn more about The Deck, visit www.thedeckpodcast.com.

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    26 mins
  • Aug 3 2022

    Our card this week is Racheal Runyan the 5 of Clubs from Utah. 

    When Elaine Runyan called her three children in for lunch on August 26, 1982, only two came running. Her youngest, 3-year-old Racheal was missing. One month later, in a discovery that shook the Sunset, UT community to its core, little Rachael Runyan’s body was found. Despite witnesses, an extensive investigation, and relentless efforts by the family, the case went cold and has stayed that way for over 40 years. That is, until recently. 

    If you have any information about the 1982 abduction and murder of Rachael Runyan please call the Sunset Police Department at (801) 825-1620. 

     

    To learn more about The Deck, visit www.thedeckpodcast.com.

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    33 mins
  • Jul 27 2022

    Our card this week is Melissa Mason and Nicole Glass, the 6 of Hearts from Arizona. 

    On the afternoon of December 3rd, 2010, police in Phoenix, Arizona found the bodies of friends Melissa Mason and Nicole Glass, both 27, in the home they shared. Both women, who were killed in different parts of the house, had been strangled. What’s more, Melissa was eight weeks pregnant. Investigators quickly exhausted forensic leads and have yet to arrive at a motive for the triple homicide more than a decade later. 

    If you have any information on at all about the murders of Nicole Glass and Melissa “Bebe” Mason in Phoenix, Arizona — please contact Detective Dom Roestenberg at 602-534-5920. There’s currently a $9,000 reward if a tip leads to an arrest in the case. 

    To learn more about The Deck, visit www.thedeckpodcast.com.

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Always the best

These productions from audioChuck are the best. So easy listening. Not as many ads. Professional. Add subject is appropriate. I learn new things even if it is a case I know. I love Ashley.

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Good, but Could be Better

I have high expectations of Ashley because I believe she is a trailblazer. Her stories, narration, and research are excellent. She tends to have trivial things that really ruin the podcast (not just this one. It's part of the trademark, I suppose! 😂)
The ads and their placement really ticks me off, especially because we don't have the option to subscribe and pay for ad-free content. Also, the intro at the beginning of each episode is unnecessary, and half a minute of theme music is just obnoxiously unnecessary! It's not even good music! Of the hundreds of podcasts I've listened to, only ONE had a stunning intro/theme song. It's the Culpable podcast, and the theme song is by the Dirt Poor Robins. You can find it on YouTube. If yours is not of that caliber, half a minute is far, far too long.

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So happy

Loving this so far. Honestly anything involving Ashley or Brit I’m on board! And can’t wait to see if anything gets to help solves these cold cases from listeners !

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Excellence

I love this podcast. truly a good dive into cold case mysteries. I hope it's more.

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Excellent

Very well done and beautifully narrated. I hope they keep making more episodes. I am hooked.

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Big Fan

I personally love all of their content, excited to see where this podcast takes us! big fan of bringing awareness to cold cases / missing people and at the very least letting their families know their loved ones have not just been lost in a stack of cases.
Stay safe!!

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Great podcast

I just finished both episodes and found them to be riveting. You find you want to do as much as you can to help these families