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Kindness and Fear

Appalachian Mysteria

Jam Street Media

Documentary, True Crime, Society & Culture

4.82.6K Ratings

🗓️ 17 May 2022

⏱️ 46 minutes

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Summary: As murders and abductions haunt Lignum, Rt 29, and Shenandoah National Park, three children are taken from their front yards less than 30 miles away. The girls are the first known victims of a serial killer who will become an important part of our story. Resources and links: Into the Water — Diane Fanning’s true crime book about the serial killer responsible for the deaths of Sofia Silva and the Lisk sisters Interviewees: Diane Fanning — Author of 15 true crime books and 11 novels 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


region. 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, twists and 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've set up an email address just for you at Mysteria Suggestions at gmail.com.


That email address again is Mysteria Suggestions at gmail.com. Help us make season 4 awesome.


One with the episode. Last time on Appalachian Mysteria, former


NPS special agent Paul Berkowitz shared the case of the Indian trader, shedding light


on a darker side of the agency, and we were introduced to Clyde Ye, an investigator that


worked on both the colonial parkway murders and the Shenandoah park murders. In this episode,


we discuss our final murders of the season before we begin tying everything together. The


murders take place in the same region and time frame in Virginia as Route 29, Lignum, and


Shenandoah, and the constitute the first known victims of a serial killer. A killer whose


story will soon become an important threat. From chromatic media and jam street media, this


is Appalachian Mysteria.


September 1996, Spotsylvania, Virginia, about 25 miles southeast of Lignum. Spotsylvania,


it's a little bitty place that it has been growing in the last few decades. The area is


home to a lot of retired FBI agents because it's not that far from DC, but it still has a very


green, very rural kind of feeling. You'll go through developed areas and then you'll go through,


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