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In our final episode we ask if there’s any chance of family reconciliation. And we remember Mary, missing now for 42 years.
Why is Mary's mother Mrs Boyle receiving hate mail?
Mary's sister Ann thinks she knows what happened to Mary. Her theory has divided the Boyle family.
This is a heartbreaking story which deserved to be better told. There is no content here: you’re lucky if an episode is twenty minutes long, and at the end of each we are told yet again that ‘next time’ we will hear whom some of the family thinks is responsible for the disappearance as if this is a cliff hanger. Given the widely known circumstances, it is obvious to anyone who might be involved- it’s hardly going to be a revelation even if he were named, which he isn’t. In addition, the journa... more
Podcasting at its best, great job. Poor little Mary, so sad.
Liked this podcast but really struggled to understand why they spent so long trying to get the guests to ‘name’ the suspect when they wouldn’t themselves come out and say it? No mention of the uncle. Convenient ml4 left out? Lots of beating about the bush. Misses the point and does not address the issues.
Very well told story. Well done.
There isn’t a lot there about this case, but this show is respectful and thorough as it traces what we do know. No lurid, tabloid-style trash here; this is a thoughtful victim-focused show, the way it should be done.
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No Body Recovered launched 4 years ago and published 8 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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