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Zion's Lost

Apr 30, 2019

In this episode, we discuss the unrelated disappearances of two men. Toby Jespersen was last seen leaving a jail in Blackhawk, Colorado in 1999. Robert Trujillo left his home to go to a jiu-jitsu class, but never made it. Almost 7 years later, he still hasn't been found.  

Apr 23, 2019

Curtis Crosby was one of the survivors of Hurricane Katrina who ended up in Salt Lake City. He made a life for himself and worked hard to make a difference in his new community. With his welcoming smile, he was a friend to all. He kept in contact with his family, so when he wasn't answering their calls over the...

Apr 15, 2019

Twenty-one year old Tina Gallegos and fourteen year old Gabby Di Stefano disappeared within 4 days of each other in 1982, and were subsequently found murdered. The two did not know each other, but their murders were found to be connected in 2008. One piece of evidence could be the final piece of the puzzle to find...

Apr 9, 2019

In this, our 5th and final episode in the Hi-Fi Shop Murders series, we discuss what happened to the affected families in the years to come as well as the appeals processes and executions of Pierre and Andrews. 

Main Source for all of the Hi-Fi Shop Murders Episodes: "Victim: The Other Side of Murder" by Gary...

Apr 2, 2019

With Cortney Naisbitt's physical wounds healing, the emotional trauma of April 1974 was beginning to bubble at the surface, coming to a head when Cortney was finally told where his mother had been those many months he had been in the hospital.