Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories
With Carter Roy & Wenndy Mackenzie
About Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories
Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories is a podcast drama with a modern twist on old time radio that delves into the mystery of true cold cases and unsolved murders. With the help of an ensemble cast, follow our hosts as they take you on an entertaining journey through the crime scene, the investigation and attempt to solve the case. With many surprising plot twists, it’s important you start listening from Episode 1. New episodes are released every other Tuesday.
Georgette Bauerdorf is found lying face-down in her bathtub by her housekeepers. There is water on the floor but no blood or obvious signs of a struggle. It wasn’t until a medical examiner found a piece of cloth shoved far down Georgette’s throat that it becomes clear her death was no accident. Was Georgette’s murder somehow tied to the Black Dahlia murder? Join Wenndy and Carter as they conclude their investigation.
“I am certain this death was accidental. We know she suffered from cramps and heart aches and refused to go to the doctor. Perhaps they might have caused it,” said Georgette’s father to the Los Angeles Times, at first believing a medical condition caused her drowning, not foul play.Read More
Georgette Bauerdorf was a young socialite with a grand future until 1944, when she was found strangled to death and lying face down in her bathtub. An aspiring Hollywood actress, Georgette was born to an oil tycoon in New York City where she lived a privileged life. Exactly what happened on the night of October 11, 1944 remains a mystery. Join Wenndy and Carter as they open their investigation into the unsolved murder of Georgette Bauerdorf.
Born to a wealthy family of Nevada oil barons, twenty-year-old socialite Georgette Bauerdorf comes to Hollywood in 1944 to pursue an acting career. She is allured by the promise of fame, everlasting stardom and the dazzling glamour of the film industry.Read More
One hundred and sixty-seven years later, Edgar Allan Poe’s death remains a huge mystery. Poe was found delirious in the streets of Baltimore “in great distress and in need of immediate assistance”. Was he a victim of cooping or an accomplice in the murder of Mary Rogers, the real-life basis for his famous tale “The Mystery of Marie Roget”? Join Carter and Wenndy as they explore the theories surrounding Edgar Allan Poe’s death.
Like Edgar Allan Poe’s crime-solving hero C. August Dupin, Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories show hosts Carter and Wenndy analyze the evidence and weigh various theories about the writer’s demise.Read More
Master of suspense, king of tragedy and writer of the mysterious and macabre, the circumstances leading up Edgar Allan Poe’s death are shrouded in uncertainty and the cause of death remains disputed. Was he in the wrong place at the wrong time or the victim of foul play? Carter and Wenndy take a look at his life leading up to that moment.
This is a special ad free episode meant to thank all of our listeners. We value each and every one of you and want to thank you for the support you have shown Parcast. Join us Tuesday October 25th as we continue with our normal schedule and conclude our investigation into Edgar Allan Poe’s death. Episodes will continue to be released every Tuesday. Thank you
Despite his popularity now, his contemporaries knew him better as a literary critic and struggling artist. He tried to make a living through writing alone and, as a result, condemned himself to a financially difficult life and career.Read More
One of the most controversial politicians in United States history, William Goebel’s political moves as Senator adds more enemies to the list of possible murder suspects. While on his death bed, Goebel is sworn into office. Carter and Wenndy eliminate suspects and tell you who they believe was behind the assassination of William Goebel.
“I never got anything in my life that was worth having without a hard fight, and I am always willing to make the best fight I can for anything I believe worth having. I believe the governorship of Kentucky is worth fighting for... I want merely to thank you for the nomination.” – William GoebelRead More
William Goebel was the 34th Governor of Kentucky and remains the only Governor ever to be assassinated while in office. Join Wenndy and Carter as they try to solve the case.
After her brutal and disturbing murder, Elizabeth Short became immortalized as the “Black Dahlia”. Her severed body was found on January 15, 1947. Almost seventy years later, this cold case is still not solved. Find out who we believe killed Elizabeth short.
Completely lacking respect or sympathy for Elizabeth and her family, Los Angeles newspapers sensationalized the case and dug up every dirty detail of the starlet’s life. They also fabricated information and portrayed her as a prostitute prowling Hollywood Boulevard to make the stories more scandalous and sellable.Read More
She wanted to be a Hollywood actress but instead she became one of the most famous murder victims in Los Angeles history. Still an unsolved murder, it is a mystery that rivets us today. Elizabeth Short was found severed in half, her sexual organs removed and a Glasgow smile carved onto her face. Dubbed "The Black Dahlia” by the press, the yellow journalism covering Elizabeth Short’s murder investigation etches the aspiring actresses’ name into history.
Chasing the dream of becoming a movie star, Elizabeth Short left her home in Boston for Hollywood at the age of twenty-two. It is there that the infamous starlet, soon to be known as “The Black Dahlia,” meets a gruesome andRead More
Notorious American gangster, Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel’s murder was front page news. Everyone assumed it was a mob hit, but was it? Join Carter and Wenndy as they investigate possible suspects, including a new theory that has emerged.
Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel was a well-known American mobster. Friend to both Frank Sinatra and Al Capone, Bugsy was known as one of the most "infamous and feared gangsters of his day". He became one of America’s celebrity gangsters and is considered the father of the Las Vegas Strip. When he was murdered, everyone assumed it was the mob, but was it? Join Carter and Wenndy as they investigate his unsolved murder and take an in-depth look at Siegel’s organized crime career.