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From the Files is a companion podcast for Casefile. In addition to covering breaking news updates and developments on cases previously covered by Casefile, episodes may focus on a specific episode from our back catalogue and include guest interviews to delve deeper into those crimes, investigations, and prosecutions.
 
What’s Missing is a brand new podcast that explores the wide-reaching, devastating impacts that occur when someone disappears without a trace. Hosted by Loren O’Keeffe, the founder and CEO of the Missing Persons Advocacy Network (MPAN), the series features interviews with family members and loved ones of missing Australians, going beyond the headlines to provide a deep, unflinching insight into their searches and struggles.
 
A rhino poaching war uncovers a hidden system of dominance in The Invisible Hand. This series follows Georgina Savage as she returns to her birth country of South Africa to document her family's fight against rhino extinction. But as she immerses herself in the lives of those directly affected by this crisis, including the men who poach rhinos, she must confront her country's colonial past and it's implications in a conflict close to home. The series will be available to binge on July 1st, 2021.
 
Maya Angelou once said, "There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you." Silent Waves tells one true story led by 25-year-old Raquel O'Brien, as she attempts to liberate herself from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse and a father with a dark secret. To do so, she has raw, honest and open conversations with her family about the cataclysmic circumstances of their story for the first time... and all on tape.
 
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On February 5 1921, eight-year-old Freda Burnell went missing in the small coal-mining town of Abertillery, Wales. The unusual disappearance reached a tragic conclusion when her bound and beaten body was found dumped inside a sack in an alleyway... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creative direction – Milly Raso…
 
Georgina meets a man who confesses to having poached, and he has a message for “the west”. And just as this story is about to take us to Vietnam, a virus begins shutting borders... The title of this chapter are the words of poet and novelist Chinua Achebe - “A child cannot pay for its mother’s milk.” CREDITS: Co-Created and Written by Georgina Sava…
 
The women of Sabie and Domingos’ friend Kevin tell their stories and help us to explore the impact of inequality locally and globally as we tussle with issues of relativity, identity and power... The title of this chapter comes from J.M. Coetzee’s, Slow Man - “I am not the we of anyone.” CREDITS: Co-Created and Written by Georgina Savage and Sophie…
 
In an attempt to understand “the other” side of this story, Georgina crosses the border to Mozambique, and immerses herself in a rural village known to conservationists as a “poaching hotspot”... The title of this chapter comes from Edward Said quoting T.S Eliot - “Reality cannot be deprived of the other echoes that inhabit the garden.” CREDITS: Co…
 
Georgina travels to a private game reserve, where a poaching incident forces staff members to question their assumptions about those branded “poacher”... The title of this episode are words from George Orwell’s Animal Farm - “All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others.” CREDITS: Co-Created and Written by Georgina Savage and S…
 
We examine the contentious history of conservation, its colonial roots, and the murky concept of “wilderness,” and are confronted by the reality of poaching... The title of this episode are the words of Henry David Thearou - “Wilderness is the preservation of the world.” CREDITS: Co-Created and Written by Georgina Savage and Sophie Seyd Produced an…
 
We hear from “the wives” - a group of women who find themselves living far from home in support of their husbands' conservation dreams... The title of this episode are words first said by the poet Audre Lourde, “The master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house.” CREDITS: Co-Created and Written by Georgina Savage and Sophie Seyd Produced a…
 
Living amongst a conservation unit, Georgina gets to know those on the front lines of this conflict, the rangers... The title of this episode is from the words of James Baldwin - “People are trapped in history and history is trapped in them.” CREDITS: Co-Created and Written by Georgina Savage and Sophie Seyd Produced and Edited by Georgina Savage R…
 
Georgina returns to South Africa where her family is tasked with winning an impossible war against rhino poaching... The title of this episode are the words of Nelson Mandela - “Where you stand depends on where you sit.” CREDITS: Co-Created and Written by Georgina Savage and Sophie Seyd Produced and Edited by Georgina Savage Research and Narration …
 
During the early ’70s, cemeteries and mortuaries throughout Germany were targeted by a particularly disturbing grave robber. Not only did he steal the personal belongings of the dead, but he also exhumed, mutilated, molested, and gnawed upon the bodies... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Milly Raso Creative direction – Milly Raso…
 
“This is going to be the stupidest thing you’ve ever heard. This is going to be the craziest thing you’ve ever heard. There is nothing in your lives or background that has prepared you to understand the Potter family. You have never seen anybody like them.” --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Eileen Ormsby Creative direction – Milly…
 
On the morning of September 6 2011, Auckland teenager Christie Marceau was woken by a troubling phone call. On the other line was an acquaintance... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Erin Munro Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike Migas Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn This episode's sponsors: BetterHelp – Get 10%…
 
Between 1993 and 2009, over 40 crime scenes across Germany, Austria, and France were linked by DNA from one offender. It belonged to a woman of eastern European descent... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research – Holly Boyd Writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike Migas Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn This…
 
657 Boulevard in the affluent neighborhood of Westfield, New Jersey immediately caught the attention of Derek and Maria Broaddus. The striking six bedroom, four bathroom Dutch Colonial style home was the perfect place to raise their family – or so they thought... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creative directi…
 
On June 9 2017, Yingying Zhang vanished on her way to an appointment in Urbana, Illinois. The Chinese visiting scholar missed her bus and after she failed to return to work that day, her colleagues quickly raised the alarm... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Erin Munro Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike M…
 
When newlyweds Gail and Rick Brink failed to show up to their respective jobs on the morning of November 23 1987, the alarm was immediately raised... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Erin Munro Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike Migas Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn This episode's sponsors: Pseudocide – New Sp…
 
One cold winter night in 1991, best friends Vicki Arnold and Julie-Anne Leahy vanished from their town of Atherton, Queensland. The two women had left for a late-night fishing trip but never came home... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Erin Munro Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike Migas Music – Andrew D.…
 
When 19-year-old Rocio Wanninkhof failed to return home after a night out with friends, her mother Alicia was immediately worried. The family lived in the small town of La Cala de Mijas, Spain – a safe area where teenagers felt secure going out alone... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Victoria Dieffenbacher Editing – Erin Munro …
 
In August 1961, a couple by the name of Michael Gregsten and Valerie Storie were sitting in their Morris Minor car in Dorney Reach, UK, when an intruder forced his way into the back seat brandishing a gun and took them for a drive all over the English countryside... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creative dire…
 
On August 19 1988, two armed offenders entered a branch of the Deutsche Bank in Gladbeck, West Germany with the intention of holding it up... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research – Milly Raso and Erin Munro Writing – Erin Munro Special thanks to Stef for her assistance in the creation of this episode Creative direction – Milly Raso Production an…
 
On February 29 2008, intruders stormed the Caffey family home in Texas, attacking those sleeping within. After setting the house on fire, the intruders fled, unaware that one family member was still alive... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research and writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike Migas Musi…
 
On October 2 1987, a council employee in Central City, Kentucky reported finding an abandoned, blood-smeared Pontiac outside his workplace. When Lieutenant Billy Fields arrived at the scene, he found the bloody and beaten body of 20-year-old Corinna Mullen in the boot... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research – Holly Boyd Writing – Erin Munro Crea…
 
In January 1974, 18-year-old Guðmundur Einarsson went missing from Hafnarfjordur, Iceland following a night out with friends. He walked off into a wild snowstorm and was never seen again... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research and writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike Migas Music – Andrew D.B. Jo…
 
In Australia, Father’s Day falls on the first Sunday of September and is typically a time for families to gather together and celebrate. But on Father’s Day in 2005, the small Victorian town of Winchelsea was rocked by the news that a local man named Robert Farquharson had driven his three young sons – Jai, Tyler and Bailey – into a dam... --- Narr…
 
In 1979, young men began to go missing in and around Adelaide. It began with the disappearance of 17-year-old Alan Barnes, then 25-year-old Neil Muir, 14-year-old Peter Stogneff, 18-year-old Mark Langley and 15-year-old Richard Kelvin. All went missing under suspicious circumstances and later found, dumped in the Adelaide Hills and surrounds... ---…
 
In October 1997, the family of Nicolas Barclay received good news. 13-year-old Nicolas had disappeared from his home state of Texas three years earlier. All hope was lost until his family got a call from a police officer in the Spanish city of Linares. Nicolas had been found wandering the local streets, alive and well. --- Narration – Anonymous Hos…
 
Threatening phone calls, break-ins, slashed pillows, arson attacks, and physical assaults. Cindy James of Vancouver: British Columbia was tormented by an unknown assailant for years. Moving house didn’t stop them. Nor did her policeman roommate. Or her personal alarm... --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research and writing – Jessica Forsayeth Creativ…
 
[Part 6] In early 1975, Beth Snelling was overcome with a growing sense of unease. The 16-year-old’s instincts were telling her that she was being watched. Episode narrated by the Anonymous Host Researched and written by Elsha McGill, Erin Munro and Milly Raso Creative Director: Milly Raso This episode's sponsors: ShipStation – Try ShipStation FREE…
 
During the games third and penultimate quarter, Anthony Kilmartin was in the Sir Edwin Smith grandstand when two young girls emerged from the crowd and bounded down the steps towards ground level. --- Casefile would like to give a special thanks to Suzie Ratcliffe for her assistance with this episode Episode narrated by the Anonymous Host Researche…
 
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