Trace Evidence is a weekly true crime podcast that focuses on unsolved cases, from chilling murders to missing persons. Join host Steven Pacheco as he examines each case, diving deep into the evidence and exploring the theories which revolve around them. For each unsolved case, there are the victims and their families, who want answers and the abductors and murders who hide the truth.Learn More
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On an unseasonably warm night in Northwest Indianapolis, nineteen year old Trisha Meredith made the two minute walk from her new apartment to the laundry room. Accompanied by her boyfriend, he went back to make a call while Trisha stayed behind. Some... more
Eighteen year old Colleen Perris had the world at her fingertips and couldn't wait to chase down her dreams whether they led to Hollywood or American Idol, she was game. Then, on a lazy Saturday afternoon her cell phone rang and she quickly left the ... more
On a hot and humid tuesday night in September of 2002, Great Bend, Kansas was rocked by a brutal and senseless double murder. Twenty-four year old Mandi Alexander was working her third day in her new job at the Dolly Madison Bakery when she was bruta... more
This podcast is exactly what I like. I love the style of a single narrator reading a script. There is none of the banter at the beginning that is so annoying, and frankly comes off as narcissistic. With rare exceptions I hate laughter with true crime, and this has none of that. There are none of the serial killer stories that are overdone and lack the human aspect since they are mostly cold and random. I also do not like the podcasts with interviews, they are distracting and boring, another chec... more
I love this podcast, super long episodes, well researched and interesting lesser known cases, I would support by being a Patreon member but the once weekly podcast is now around once every six weeks, the excuses on social media are endless, power cut, pc issues, water main break, sore throat, just say you are losing interest, we get it, but to continue with saying this is a weekly true crime podcast is a joke.
Honestly, I’m obsessed with his voice, his vocabulary, his explanation, details, and possibilities. I do not usually write reviews but this particular episode is so sad yet, calling the possible killer “Mister Softy” kills me each and every-time. GREAT JOB with the name.
This is my absolute favorite true-crime podcast. So glad I found it. Just started binging episodes from the very beginning. The host is amazing and I just love his analysis of each case. Furthermore, he is very respectful to the victims. I cannot say enough good things about this podcast. ❤️
It’s a nice podcast. I was addicted to listening until he started doing graphic descriptions of the weather, the trees, the sky, how the victim wiped the sweat off her brow as she walked out of her home, etc. more
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Trace Evidence launched 6 years ago and published 250 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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