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Paper Ghosts
Four separate cases, four young girls. All of whom go missing in the early to mid-1970s, all within miles from one another in neighboring New England towns. And not one arrest has been made in over 50 years. In Paper Ghosts, investigative journalist and true crime author M. William Phelps’ decade-long search for answers is reignited when a call reveals new information that sets the investigation in motion, uncovering never-made-public documents and bringing forth new witnesses and suspects.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 1,237 ratings
Infuriatingly self-absorbed
I don’t think the investigation here is egregiously mishandled, and I don’t think the host is incredibly stupid. He is, however, so interested in talking himself up and asserting his own importance that I can’t help but cringe. He also falls into a lot of the pitfalls of exploitative true crime,...Read full review »
GRE lit test studier via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/20
Slow burn . . . Wait for it!
This feels like an interesting set of facts that loosely hold together until, wow, it all comes together and you realize that the storytelling is so remarkable- just chef’s-kiss perfect. Wait for it. And, yes, you’ll know when it happens. Enjoy!!!
IxBalam via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/20
Not a fan
wishingstar34 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/20
Recent Episodes
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Published 09/23/20
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Published 09/16/20
Susan LaRosa was 20 years old and already a mom to three young children when she disappeared in 1975. She had dark black hair, cut just above her shoulders. She was petite, 95 pounds. Her husband said she left their apartment one evening to get diapers and baby formula and never returned. That’s...
Published 09/09/20
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