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Abandoned Summit

Appalachian Mysteria

Jam Street Media

Documentary, True Crime, Society & Culture

4.82.6K Ratings

🗓️ 5 July 2022

⏱️ 74 minutes

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Darrell Rice is released from prison, but the publicity of his indictments makes a normal life elusive. The FBI plans a summit to examine other possible murders by Evonitz, but it falls by the wayside. Two decades later, we give it a shot. Description / Show Notes: The Pamela Gould Special — We’re hosting this 24-page special investigation from the Fredericksburg Freelance-Star until it is made available elsewhere. If you want to dive deep on the comparisons of Rice, Evonitz, and forensic evidence, this is where to start. Rt. 29 Sketches — Images of all six sketches, plus photos of Rice and Evonitz “The FBI should use DNA, not posters, to solve a cold-case murder” — Dierdre Enright’s 2021 appeal in the Washington Post to check Evonitz DNA in the slayings of Julie & Lollie Innocence Project says answers to cold-case Shenandoah murders may sit buried in FBI evidence locker — A report by WUSA9, including interviews with Julie’s father, the parents of Alicia Showalter Reynolds, and Dierdre Enright Thank you to our sponsor June's Journey. Download June’s Journey free today on the Apple App Store or Google Play! Thank you to our sponsor Switchcraft! Download Switchcraft for free and unlock the magical mystery! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Season 4 of Appalachian Mysteria will be a little different than our previous seasons.


We're asking you, the listeners, to suggest cases that you think are important to the




We'll be selecting stories that we think are a good fit, and crediting those who bring


our attention to them, each story will be at least one full episode in length.


What makes for a good story?


Lots of things, some of which you hopefully already appreciate on the show.


This in turns, aspects of the unexplained, and the less it's been reported on, the more


interesting it is, of course.


If you've got an Appalachian mystery, send it our way.


We set up an email address just for you at mysterious suggestions at gmail.com.


That email address again is mysterious suggestions at gmail.com.


Help us make season 4 awesome.


Time for the episode.


Last time on Appalachian Mysteria, prosecutors dropped the case against Darryl Rice for


the murders of Julie Williams and Lolly Winance.


Three months later, he's indicted for the abduction of Carmelita Shomo, with his remaining


sentence for the Mubasha attack rapidly dwindling, Rice takes an all-ford plea that doesn't


require him to admit guilt or serve any additional time.


In this episode, we finish the story of Darryl Rice, as his defense team and several witnesses


suggest that Richard Mark Ivannetz was both the Shenandoah killer and the Route 29 stalker.


In Chromatic Media and Jamstreet Media, this is Appalachian Mysteria.


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