In 1996, Sue Knight was found dead in her Athens, TX, home. Her will named a loose acquaintance as the executor of her estate, but after an alleged phone call from the CIA and a dire warning from the local sheriff, the executor stopped asking questions. More than 25 years later, Sue’s memory haunts the town of Athens and the people who knew her. Who was Sue, really? Why did this English expat settle in small-town Texas? And could she still be alive? more
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A charming young Czech promises staggering returns. An entire country’s oil industry is up for grabs. America’s top investors want in. Sounds too good to be true? Damn right it is. more
Who was Sue Knight? The team recaps what’s true, what’s not, and what might exist in between, painting a picture of who Sue really was. And almost 30 years after her death, the family she left behind finds new life. more
More than 25 years of space have left the people who knew Sue filling in the blanks. After coming to grips with the discrepancies between various accounts of her life, the team turns to a cognitive expert to understand how memories are made and alter... more
I’ll be honest, I was about to stop listening to it this may be 2 to 3 episodes in because it wasn’t what I expected, but I’m so glad that I did stick with it. It’s a beautiful podcast about uncovering someone’s story. I was thinking it was going to be a deep dark podcast that exposed the mysteries of this Sue Knight. Now don’t get me wrong, there’s a lot of twist and turns in her story, it just wasn’t presented in a way that I would have expected. I would recommend to take a listen. And keep a... more
Really appreciate your story telling. more
It’s so strange this podcast had such low ratings. It’s not a mystery, it’s about the reality of life and human connections. It’s about the people we leave behind when we die. It’s important to note this as a story about depression as well. People think no one will care about them or remember them when they’re gone but this story shows that even a private woman was loved and remembered all these years later.
This podcast feels like a total exploitation of a woman who clearly died by suicide. She was depressed, she wrote about her depression, in her diaries and her poems she spoke directly of wanting to end it. So to go through with airing a podcast that entertains the speculative fantasies of her friends who couldn’t accept that her death was her own choice all for the sake of entertainment feels like exploitation all around. I’m glad the producers were able to track down her daughter and brother an... more
A person hears of an interesting mystery, investigates further, and finds out (spoiler:) there is no mystery here. more
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