Established in September 2016, Unfound is a missing persons program concentrated on interviewing family, friends, and reporters who are closest to the cases. The focus is on turning up new leads and theories, which the podcast has already accomplished in its short existence.
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Paul David Sanders was a 17 year old from Mesa, AZ. He was originally from Missouri and very athletic. On August 14, 2001, someone—the person may or may not have been Paul—driving Paul’s truck was pulled over by law enforcement in Tucson. A chase ens... more
Christian Balke-Thompson was a 26 year old from Farnhamville, IA. He was a skateboarder and the father of two. In the early morning hours of May 3, 2020, Christian was seen at a convenience store with a female friend. 36 hours later Christian’s car w... more
Jordan Victor Carvalho was a 30 year old from Golden Valley, AZ. He was a quiet guy who was close to his brother. Just after sunrise on Sept. 1, 2019, Jordan’s grandmother saw him walk away from their home—he liked to go into the desert once in a whi... more
I’ve been listening to this podcast since the beginning and love it….sometimes. I appreciate the effort Ed puts into this. Getting the information out on missing people is the most important thing and I try so hard to over look Ed’s idiosyncrasies. However Ed, please stop interrupting your guests. I know you have a standard, very black and white way of doing things but I think it’s so rude for you to interrupt and tell your guests to please stick to the question or “I’m not asking you what”blah ... more
This would be so much better if you would just speak the way you would to a friend without the over emphasis.
I love this podcast and how you highlight the missing and murdered in our community especially the minority. We don’t get enough coverage for our loved ones that ended in tragedy or just missing. Thank you again. ❤️
I’m listener and lover many true crime podcasts however this show is a definite no for me. In all fairness, I’ve attempted several times the past year or so to get through an episode because the case seemed unfamiliar to me. But I can’t stand the theme song, the host’s voice or personality. He sounds full of himself and leaves me with the impression that he’s trying to hard and his “radio announcer” voice comes off as phony. Within minutes he begins to irritate me and hits a nerve. It’s almo... more
I’m a long time listener of Unfound, and after listening to the latest episode with the interview with Steve Pankey my ears were literally hurting from the suddenly very loud audio. Completely inexcusable, is it so simple to complete a leveling of audio to equalize volume. I was adjusting the volume up and down every few minutes after a shockingly loud word or sound shot through my headphones. Disappointed…
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Unfound launched 5 years ago and published 286 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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