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Educating and spreading awareness on some of the most puzzling missing person cases in history. This is Cold Case Detective, shutting the blinds on unsolved mysteries as we seek to heat up another...Created by TJ Ruesch & the team behind Top5s.
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For many, Hollywood is the ultimate destination. Thousands of people aspire to see their name in lights; to work alongside the most gifted icons of show business, and to finally be recognised worldwide for their hard work and talent. But under the glitz and glamour lies a mountain of dark, well-kept secrets, many of which are only now coming to lig…
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The 2010s were an incredible time in modern history. A time of intense political upheaval and the rise of social media, it is certainly a decade to remember. With all the excitement and angst that the years featured, it is perhaps no wonder so many crimes flew under the radar. In today’s video, we’ll be exploring two nightmarish cold cases from the…
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A couple running away together to elope is a tale as old as time, often sweetly portrayed in the romantic dramas we see on TV and the fairytale books we read. However, there have been endless cases across the last century which involve couples suddenly disappearing under much more eerie circumstances. In today’s video, we’ll be exploring two spine-…
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We’ve covered dozens of cases of missing persons here on Cold Case Detective, and it’s difficult to understand how someone could just vanish off the face of Earth without any answers or closure for their loved ones. What is perhaps even more daunting however, is when entire families disappear. In today’s video, we’ll be exploring two eerie cases of…
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Perhaps best known for the historic, picturesque houses of Frankfurt, the annually-held festival of Oktoberfest and its role as a contemporary european economic powerhouse, Germany is also home to a multitude of mysteries. In today’s video, we’ll be exploring two horrific cases from Germany that are still without answers...…
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Known for Disney World, Orlando, the Everglades and its beautiful beaches in Miami, Florida is home to over 20 million people, making it the third most populated state in the US. With a population that big, it’s no surprise that the sunshine state has dozens of mysterious cases that are yet to be solved. In today’s video, we’ll be exploring two twi…
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To be a serial killer surely requires some degree of insanity. I think the act of repeated, calculated murder is something a healthy mind would always reject. But there are serial killers who go beyond even this, who’s terrifying madness leads them to acts that are not only monstrous, but almost inhuman. In today's video, we'll be exploring two ter…
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Conjuring up images of the outdoors will often bring forth pictures of rolling, green, grassy hills; colourful shrubs; massive, looming trees and calm glassy waters. But there is a certain amount of danger in the wilderness, even for those who are experienced and knowledgeable. In this episode of Cold-Case Detective, we’ll be exploring three eerie,…
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Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper, was the most infamous and terrifying serial killer in Britain of the 20th century. Active as early as 1969, Sutcliffe was ultimately arrested for the murder of 13 women and attempting to murder a further 7 more. The Yorkshire Ripper attacks and the media circus surrounding his activity scarred the nation and l…
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London in the Victorian era was far from the glamorous, picturesque capital city that we know today. It was a cluster of new developments aimed at the wealthy, and overcrowded hovels in which the lower classes were subject to the grimmest conditions without proper hygiene and with poor sanitation. This grisly backdrop provided the perfect cover for…
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There are steps that investigators must take when attempting to solve a case. They must look into witness accounts; collect crime scene evidence; look for clues in the area and in the victim’s life. They must comb through handfuls of different aspects of a person's life meticulously because the tiniest shred of information could lead to a breakthro…
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***IMPORTANT UPDATE FROM AUGUST 2021: Septic tank Sam's identity has been confirmed as Gordon Edwin Sanderson of Edmonton, born in Manitoba in October of 1950. As a child in the 1960s, he was placed into foster care during what was called the "60s Scoop" when Aboriginal children were taken from their parents and put into the child welfare system. H…
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The idea of a ‘house of horror’ might seem like something more suited to a halloween party location, or the setting of a scary film. However, to those familiar with true-crime, there is a much more serious and sinister meaning behind the term. While the culprits of heinous crimes may be put behind bars, the scenes at which they occurred remain, a s…
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Welcome to episode three of Cold Case Detective’s Too Close To Home, a monthly Patreon sponsored series where we select five patreon supporters at random and examine cases featuring their hometown. If you’d like to see your own hometown featured, you can check out our patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/coldcasedetective Revolutionizing Your Jour…
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There are lots of things needed to help solve a case - physical evidence, clues and witness testimony, to name a few. Clues in particular are one of the most important things for detectives who are attempting to make a break in a cold case. But what happens when a single clue leads to more questions than it does answers? In today’s video, we’ll be …
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American football, rock n roll and the massive rollercoaster park, Cedar Point - these are just some of the things that the US state of Ohio is best-known for. It’s also known for many well-documented cold cases, including the Butcher of Kingsbury Run, the Circleville Letter Writer and, of course, the case of Amy Mihaljevic. But these are only some…
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The 1930s was a titanic decade in world history. In 1930, the first football World Cup occurred. That same year, Pluto was officially discovered and superstar astronaut Buzz Aldrin was born. In later years, the Hindenburg explosion occurred and famous pilot Amelia Earhart went missing. And, of course, World War 2 began. But over the years, many of …
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Denmark is probably most famous for its colourful, crooked houses that make for the perfect Instagram photo, the creation of one of the most successful toy brands, Lego, and for it’s stunningly beautiful landscape. But what you are probably unfamiliar with is the shocking and sensationalised cold cases that are virtually unknown to anyone outside o…
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If you’d like to see your own hometown featured whilst supporting the channel, you can check out our Patreon at: https://www.patreon.com/coldcasedetective Revolutionizing Your Journey: Travel With Points & Miles Hear travel stories from everyday people who learned how to travel for (nearly) free Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify…
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For many of us, a shopping centre may feel like one of the safest places to visit. After all, they are often crowded, packed with CCTV cameras and well-lit. What could possibly go wrong in such circumstances? But, unfortunately, on several occasions, malls have been the scene of some truly awful crimes. In today’s video, we’ll be exploring two terr…
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Often, the cases we discuss and analyse are decades old. They serve as a window into long running and desperate investigations. However, the truth is that baffling and mysterious cases occur every year, and many recent unsolved crimes are still pushed aside, ignored by the press and forgotten by the public. In today’s video, we’ll be exploring two …
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The country of England is known for many things: its understated, natural beauty, its red telephone boxes, its black cabs and its many successful musical exports, including Oasis and The Beatles. However, it’s also home to many of the world’s eeriest mysteries, including a wide array of unsolved cold cases, many of which have since faded from publi…
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Nashville in Tennessee is probably best known for its association with country music, in fact, it’s largely known as ‘Music City’ or the capital of country music. It has given the likes of Taylor Swift, Lady A and Kings of Leon their start in the music industry. But beneath the neon lights and picturesque streets lies an abundance of unsolved myste…
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Thinking about the country of Ireland may conjure up images of peaceful, rolling green hills; old crumbling castles full of history and beautiful coastal towns. But beneath the beauty of the landscape and the charm of the culture, lies a darkness. In today’s episode of Cold-Case Detective, we’ll be exploring two strange missing person cases from Ir…
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New Zealand is a country well known for its breath-taking and varied landscape. The nation is also known for its lush green wilderness; the production of rich, aromatic honey and its huge population of sheep, over five times more sheep than people! It is also deemed to be incredibly safe, so it may come as a surprise to learn that there are many hi…
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It is undeniable that nature is beautiful, and a walk in the fresh air can do a lot for a person’s physical and mental wellbeing. However, while there is much beauty in nature, there is also much danger, especially for the young or inexperienced. In this episode of Cold-Case Detective, we’ll be exploring two baffling cases of people who went missin…
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If you’re a fan of urban legends, you might know the story of “the babysitter and the man upstairs.” This creepy tale tells the story of a teenage girl who is babysitting several children when she gets a call from an unidentified stalker, telling her to check on the children. Even if you haven’t heard of this urban legend, it probably sounds famili…
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Numerous notable events occurred in Australia in the 1970s. The Australian Labour Party came into power; the White Australia Policy, which stopped non-Caucasians immigrating to the country, was dismantled, and the economic boom which had made the country prosperous for many long years, came to an end. And, hidden in the shadows beneath these huge c…
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As a species, human beings strive to do great things. We wish to see our name in lights; to have our talents recognised and to live out our dreams. At the very least, all humans deserve a degree of recognition, even if it’s just from our friends and family. Someone else to know who we are, remember our name, and the good things we bring into the wo…
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In the age of the internet and with the rise of online influencers, it’s all too easy for us to assume that what somebody is showing us is true. We are often led so deeply into the lives of our favourite online creators that we feel we know them, and we trust that they are who they say they are. It’s understandable, but this window into someone’s l…
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Many look back on the early 2000s with fondness, recalling the era before social media and smartphones. There was no Instagram, and YouTube was in its infancy. But crime never stops, regardless of what era we’re living in, and the first decade of the millennium was no different. There are hundreds of cases from the early 2000s still awaiting justic…
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When you think of serial killers, there are a few names that immediately come to mind: Ted Bundy, the Zodiac Killer and John Wayne Gacy, to name a few. But these American men only scratch the surface of the sheer number of violent, repeat offenders who are out there in the world, and many of those from other parts of the globe are often lesser-know…
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In recent years, it feels like we’ve hit the golden age of forensic technology. Jane and John Does are regaining their true identities, and cold cases that once stumped investigators are finally getting solved. But we still have an abundance of unanswered questions. In today’s episode of Cold Case Detective, we’ll be exploring the cases of two horr…
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The neon lights of Tokyo; fun Nintendo games; intricate kimonos and the breathtaking sight of Mt Fuji; these are just some of the amazing things that we associate with Japan. But the country is also famous for its odd justice system where, up until recently, there was a strict statute of limitations on most of its dark and disturbing crimes. In tod…
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Given the lack of modern technology, standards and protocols that we use today, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it must have been easy in the Victorian era to get away with the most unforgivable crimes. Although there are many mysteries from this time period, including the identity of the infamous Jack the Ripper, there are many terrifying crim…
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Lavelle R. Felton, nicknamed “Velle” and “Romie” (pronunciation unknown) by both family and future teammates, was a driven and athletically gifted young man from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His passion for basketball and dedication to fatherhood were cut short by an unsolved murder in the summer of 2009, leaving all who knew him across international bask…
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Although human nature may be to always look back upon the past with a fondness for simpler and safer times, the reality is that murder is as old as the human race itself. In today's episode of Cold Case Detective, we'll be taking a look at three terrifying Victorian-era murderers. Revolutionizing Your Journey: Travel With Points & Miles Hear travel…
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As a species, human beings strive to do great things. We wish to see our name in lights; to have our talents recognised and to live out our dreams. At the very least, all humans deserve a degree of recognition, even if it’s just from our friends and family. Someone else to know who we are, remember our name, and the good things we bring into the wo…
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Dr. Sneha Anne Philip, was a fiercely independent and highly intelligent young woman from Kerala, India. Her unquestioned care for patients, curiosity in multiple arts, and desire to see the entire world were all cut short by a troubling disappearance in September of 2001 in the hours leading up to the 9/11 terrorist attacks, leaving all who knew h…
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If you would like us to research a specific case, or have a personal connection to a case, you can fill out our Cold Case form below and we will do our best to conduct an investigation into the case: https://forms.gle/Vq2F69HTxE1nbwc37 Revolutionizing Your Journey: Travel With Points & Miles Hear travel stories from everyday people who learned how …
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An exorcism is a religious or spiritual process which attempts to force an evil spirit or demon to leave a person or place which is believed to be possessed. It is an outdated, and at times, abhorrent practice, often born of a misunderstanding of mental illness, and has served to victimise or even criminalise the mentally ill. However, these cases …
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For many of us, Halloween is a fun and joyful time of year, and despite it being synonymous with horror, its scares are often playful, and nothing to take seriously. However, tragically, there are occurrences where Halloween becomes a truly dark and evil time, with many people going missing, or losing their lives, on a day intended to be a light-he…
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In the age of the internet and with the rise of online influencers, it’s all too easy for us to assume that what somebody is showing us is true. We are often led so deeply into the lives of our favourite online creators that we feel we know them, and we trust that they are who they say they are. It’s understandable, but this window into someone’s l…
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According to the FBI’s National Crime Information Centre, as of December 2019, there are over 87,000 active missing persons records, and their Uniform Crime Report estimates that the US had, as of 2019, around 250,000 unsolved murders. This number increases by about 6,000 each year. Looking at these astounding figures, it’s sad to think that the at…
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In the modern age with news and updates at our fingertips, it can be very easy to get bogged down in the negativity and the more terrifying parts of our world. We can become overwhelmed by the number of missing persons there are and consumed by how many crimes go unsolved. Naturally, these cases are a big part of what we study on this channel, and …
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When thinking about Australia, several things might come to mind: Steve Irwin; kangaroos; the Great Barrier Reef, or perhaps even its abundance of dangerous bugs and wildlife. But beneath the sun, sand, and surf is a prolific amount of cold cases that have left detectives stumped. In today’s episode of Cold-Case Detective, we’ll be exploring just t…
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It's no secret that 1950s America was a hotbed of hatred, with both racism and McCarthyism flourishing during the decade. It's often an era that is romanticised with people fondly remembering full-skirts, ice-cream parlours and rockabilly music, but it's also home to some of America's most heinous crimes. In today's episode of Cold Case detective, …
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While Belle Gunness and H. H. Holmes may be two of the most recognisable names when it comes to serial killers who operated in the Victorian-era, they are not the only ones. In fact, far from it. There were a huge number of mass slayers at the time, but many are overshadowed by the likes of Jack the Ripper. In today's episode of Cold-Case Detective…
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