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The Path Went Chilly

Robin Jules Ashley TPWC
True Crime

Welcome to The Path Went Chilly where Robin Warder from The Trail Went Cold will discuss his favorite cases with friends Dr. Jules from Riddle Me That! True Crime and Criminologist Dr. Ashley Wellman. This will be a deep dive and a fresh perspective, join us as we descend deeper down the rabbit hole & examine these unsolved cases with compassionate consideration towards the families left behind.


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Latest Episodes

June 12, 1962. Worthington, Minnesota. 20-year old Marlys Gross gives birth to a baby daughter named Mary Agnes, but is told by the hospital staff that the child died shortly after she was born. Mary Agnes is given a funeral and buried in a grave, bu... more

8 days ago

March 15, 1989. Frederick, Maryland. 17-year old Tracey Kirkpatrick spends the evening working alone at a shopping center clothing store. Nearly two hours after the store was supposed to have been closed, a security guard discovers Tracey’s body in t... more

15 days ago

March 15, 1989. Frederick, Maryland. 17-year old Tracey Kirkpatrick spends the evening working alone at a shopping center clothing store. Nearly two hours after the store was supposed to have been closed, a security guard discovers Tracey’s body in t... more

22 days ago


4.4 out of 5 stars from 318 ratings
  • I tried.

    Love TTWC, but I can’t suffer through this one anymore. I really tried & have listened to sooooo many episodes hoping I could get past the things that were bothering me, but no more. Ashley must love the sound of her own voice because nothing she says adds any value to the stories or episodes in general. Along with her ridiculous comments, she’s also made several that are so incredibly insensitive (fatphobic & kinda racist) that I just can’t support this anymore. Sorry Robin, I love this styl... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Spamming Patreon Feed

    Would be great if they would stop spamming The Trail Went Cold's Patreon RSS feed with The Path Went Chilly episodes. Understandable at first to promote it, but at this point, it's going on 2 years, TTWC listeners know it exists and many of us decided not to listen to it. It's a different podcast, for a different audience.

    Apple Podcasts
    Lily St-Cyr
    United States3 months ago
  • Someone has to say it

    The episodes with just Robin and Jules were the best of the entire podcast. No problematic comments from Ashley or rabbit holes on points that don’t matter. I love the podcast but Ashley makes it really hard to listen to sometimes

    Apple Podcasts
    Portrait of a Lady
    United States4 months ago
  • Kathy Ford

    I am very surprised. I typically do not like the “Discussion” format; however, this one I really enjoy. I am continuing to listen to the Kathy Ford. You mentioned Steven Avery and you think he is guilty. I do not think he is guilty. For starters dig into the nephew’s testimony and his likelihood of being led by Law Enforcement. One thing I cannot get past is where her car was found. There was a forty acre salvage yard, yet her car was found at the very front. It was left to be found. I truly bel... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • Enjoyable but..

    I rated this a over a year ago and my one point before stays the same..they tend to go on and on about the same thing a little too often..the latest case is perfect example..they did a part two that was basically the same material as part one..just talking about it all over again.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 months ago

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