The Unresolved Podcast
About This Show
The Unresolved Podcast is a venture aimed at telling stories which have no conclusion. This podcast puts the emphasis on the people affected by the occurring events and tells their story in a audio drama format. Each episode is full of detail and facts, ultimately letting you make up your mind on what truly happened.
Most Recent Episode
The Brabant Killers (Part Five: Theories & Suspects II)
Following the final attack by the Brabant Killers, the police investigation struggled to find any real progress. Suspects like Madani Bouhouche and Robert Beijer came and went, with only tentative ties to extremist groups being found.
As the 1980s came to an end, trouble behind-the-scenes spelled trouble for investigators. Prosecutors were sent packing, parliamentary commissions were created and then concluded, and suspects continued to emerge. First came Phillipe de Staercke - a violent thug with a proclivity for violence - who had ties to a well-armed government official, named Jean Bultot. Then came Patrick Haemers, a well-known Belgian criminal who committed suicide in the early 1990s.
This episode also details the fledgling investigation as it progressed into the 2000s, and includes some of the more... "outlandish" theories, as well as recent updates that inspire confidence in the survivor's demands for justice.
Part five of five.
Written, hosted, and produced by Micheal Whelan
Music by Tyson Nordgren
Additional editing by Elias at e-Audio Productions
Pulse Emitter - "Moonlit Valley"
Kai Engel - "Touch The Darkness"
Parcus Decree - "Thoughts About Future"
Borrtex - "Journey"
Scott Holmes - "Everest"
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Rated 5 out of
Great for True Crime addicts!
Discovered this podcast on YouTube, hooked pretty quickly! Well researched and detailed, covering some more unknown cases which deserve our attention. Misty Copsey was particularly well done, methinks.
Host Michael is great at telling the stories, keeping it interesting and respectful, who I believe, writes and produces, too. So, great job, Michael! Will look forward to future episodes.
Date published: 2017-09-21