When journalists go missing: Listen to part 2 of Dakota Spotlight's The Man From Un
When podcast host James Wolner travelled to Europe recently, his vacation was quickly sidetracked by a suspicious drowning and international secrets. Listen to part 2 of The Man From Un.
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In part 2 of The Man From Un, my daughter and I travel to a small apartment in Sweden to speak with a man who knew both Sajid Hussain and Karima Baloch.
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Listen to Part 2 of Dakota Spotlight's new story The Man From Un.
In the last scheduled episode of this season, Dakota Spotlight pulls back the curtain on the decades of pain, loss and questions suffered — often in silence — by those who knew and loved Kristin Diede and Bob Anderson, two Minnesotans gone missing in North Dakota in August 1993.
Over time, Dr. Leslie Keeley’s injection became known as the “Gold Cure,” named for its supposed content. Later analysis cast doubt on the idea that gold was used at all, but a foundational principal of Keeley's treatment centers continues today, in programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous.
Why did this Minnesota man kill his family in 1984 before setting his house on fire, killing himself?
A seemingly happy family ended in tragedy after the father bludgeoned his wife to death, suffocated his 9-year- and 22-month-old children, lit his house on fire and then hanged himself 38 years ago.
A key piece of evidence in this case stemmed from the discovery of Pamela Dunn's engagement ring.
With kidnapper behind bars, South Dakota family still seeking answers in Pamela Dunn's disappearance
When a person goes missing, law enforcement is often stuck in a problematic position. Without a body, it can be difficult to prove a crime existed. That means justice, however obvious it may seem, is often not achieved. For the 2001 missing persons case of Pamela Dunn, that’s not exactly the story.