Vöcklabruck, Austria. November 12th, 1986. Seventeen-year-old Martina Posch, hurries out the door of her mother’s house to catch the 6:42 AM bus to her job as an office worker at a construction company. Her footsteps disappear into the early morning sounds. Somewhere between her home and the bus stop, only 300 feet away, Martina vanishes. The petite brunette would never be seen alive again. The investigation into Martina Posch’s murder would raise more questions than answers, becoming the longest murder investigation in Upper Austria’s history. You are listening to, Murdercast.