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Lizzie M
 Sep 14, 2020
A terrifically informative and entertaining podcast! I absolutely love it ♥️

 Aug 23, 2020
The content is interesting, but I ultimately stopped listening because the delivery was very dry. I wish that the hosts created a more personable, passionate environment.

 Jul 22, 2020

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 Mar 9, 2020


Have you ever spent hours looking for something you simply lost? How about a hundred years? How about looking for a missing airplane? Or a vanished civilization? Every other Monday, Gone searches for everything lost. From D. B. Cooper to the Holy Grail, the Etruscan language to early Russian cosmonauts; if it disappeared, we’re looking. After all, just because something is gone, doesn’t mean it can’t be found. Gone is a production of Cutler Media and part of the Parcast Network.

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"The Watcher House,” from Internet Urban Legends
Creepypastas, frightful TikToks, online horror stories… Loey Lane and Eleanor Barnes are taking you into the spookiest corners of the web in their new Spotify Original from Parcast, Internet Urban Legends. Meet the hosts and hear their debut episode on the Watcher House — a terrifying saga that unfolded in 2014 after the Broaddus family bought their dream home in New Jersey. Listen free on Spotify, and follow Internet Urban Legends for new episodes every Tuesday!
Apr 13, 2021
Welcome to Obsessed
In the newest Parcast Original from Spotify, comedians and best friends Benito Skinner and Mary Beth Barone discuss all the trends, scandals, pop culture icons and personal stories they can’t shake from their minds. And they have a lot to cover! Listen to their debut episode right here, where Mary Beth shares her top 5 most iconic SNL musical performances and Benito shares how he got the “thank u, next” treatment from pop superstar Ariana Grande (and why he’s the opposite of mad about it). Then follow Obsessed for new episodes every Monday, free on Spotify!
Mar 29, 2021
Superstitions Crossover: Luck of the Rabbit’s Foot
Today we’re bringing you a special episode from another Spotify Original from Parcast. If you enjoy it, check out Superstitions on Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts!  We could all use a little extra luck from time to time… And what better way to secure some than taking it from one of nature’s craftiest tricksters — a surprisingly subversive symbol of wits and survival: the rabbit.
Nov 23, 2020
Judge Joseph Force Crater
In 1930, New York State Supreme Court Judge Joseph Force Crater withdrew the equivalent of $78,000 dollars from his bank accounts and promptly disappeared. Authorities tried to track down the missing judge, but friends and family feared the worst: that Crater knew something, and was murdered for it.
Sep 21, 2020
USS Cyclops
On March 5, 1918, the Navy collier USS Cyclops sent its final message from off the coast of Barbados, stating it was on schedule to arrive in Baltimore on March 13th. But the ship never made it. No one ever heard from—or saw—the USS Cyclops ever again.
Sep 07, 2020
Azaria Chamberlain
In August 1980, three-month-old Azaria Chamberlain went missing in Australia's Northern Territory. Her mother, Lindy, claimed a dingo snatched her baby—but authorities and the media weren’t so sure. 
Aug 24, 2020
Dutch Schultz Treasure
In 1935, infamous bootlegger and New York crime boss Dutch Schultz was gunned down in an upscale steakhouse. As Schultz lay dying in a hospital bed, he told police detectives about his five-million-dollar stash of loot in Upstate New York. The hunt was on.
Aug 10, 2020
Shakespeare’s Lost Play
He’s known for crafting ingenious works of literature like Hamlet, Othello, and Macbeth. But some historians believe one of Shakespeare’s greatest comedies may have been lost to time. Known simply as Cardenio, the play was performed at least once in 1613 before it vanished.
Jul 27, 2020
The Hidden Gold of Leon Trabuco
In 1933, a small plane touched down in the desert just outside Farmington, New Mexico. It made sixteen trips over the U.S.-Mexico border, each time carrying a ton of pure gold. Legend has it that the gold is still there, buried in the harsh landscape, waiting…
Jul 13, 2020
Nazi Gold in Lake Toplitz
High in the Austrian Alps sits picturesque Lake Toplitz: a serene lake that holds a dark secret. In the waning months of World War II, Nazi forces dumped dozens of large wooden crates into its depths—crates that many believe hold millions of dollars worth of gold.
Jun 29, 2020
Jean Spangler
On October 7th, 1949, a young aspiring actress named Jean Spangler went missing in Los Angeles. But while Jean's life appeared wholesome and idyllic to her coworkers, it was far from the truth...
Jun 15, 2020
Kruger’s Millions
It’s a fortune in gold coins supposedly stolen by South Africa’s last President of the Transvaal Republic, Paul Kruger. Since it’s disappearance in 1900, treasure hunters from all over the world have searched for the missing gold. But no one has successfully located the rumored cache, worth over 200 million dollars today.
Jun 01, 2020
Dennis Lloyd Martin
The Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee are a wonderful place for a family to spend a weekend—but the woods can also be unforgiving. And on June 14th, 1969 a family learned that the hard way when 6-year-old Dennis Lloyd Martin went missing.
May 18, 2020
Susan Powell
On December 6th, 2009, a Utah woman named Susan Powell went missing. The married mother of two seemingly had no reason to run away. But just beneath her families' perfect facade things were beginning to crumble.
May 04, 2020
NEW: Sean Flynn and Dana Stone
We are thrilled to bring you a brand new episode of Gone today and for the foreseeable future. We thank you for your patience during this unprecedented time. They vanished while on assignment in war-torn Cambodia in 1970. Despite numerous efforts to find out what happened over the last half-century, Sean Flynn and Dana Stone's ultimate fate remains a mystery.
Apr 20, 2020
Crossover Week: Espionage (Casanova Pt. 2)
If you enjoy the true stories told in Gone, check out this episode from our series Espionage: After his arrest and prison break in 1757, Casanova’s run-ins with the Venetian Inquisition were only beginning. To get protection from Venice, Casanova needed to win the favor of a more powerful government: France.
Apr 13, 2020
Crossover Week: Espionage (Casanova Pt. 1)
If you enjoy the true stories told in Gone, check out this episode from our series Espionage: In the 1700s, the Venetian State Inquisitors arrested anyone they deemed a security threat: Spies. Blasphemers. Gamblers. Social climbers. Anyone who upset the traditional order. All of these traits applied to Giacomo Girolamo Casanova.
Apr 13, 2020
Walt Whitman’s Notebooks
He was one of the most celebrated poets of his time. Throughout his lifetime, Walt Whitman would write down his musing in his notebooks. These were donated to the Library of Congress upon his death. But sometime in the 1940s...they vanished.
Mar 30, 2020
Parcast Classic: El Dorado
Due to the unfortunate spread of COVID-19, Parcast has decided to halt recording for the time-being. This is a precautionary measure taken to ensure the safety of our hosts and staff. In the meantime, we're excited to share one of our classic episodes that we know you'll enjoy! Since the first Europeans set foot in South America in the late 1400s, explorers have been captivated by this mythical city hidden within the jungles of the Andes Mountains. After centuries of expeditions and countless lives lost in the pursuit, no man has actually ever laid eyes on El Dorado.
Mar 23, 2020
Oscar Zeta Acosta
He was a fiery lawyer and an important figure in the Chicano civil rights movement during the 1960s. But after a long battle with drug addiction, Oscar Zeta Acosta mysteriously vanished during a trip to Mexico in 1974.
Mar 09, 2020
Gone is Now WEEKLY!
Great news, listeners! Gone is now a weekly show! In addition to our regular shows every other Monday, you’ll now get a special mini-episode on off-Mondays, but only on Spotify! These mini-episodes are a fun way to cover a wider variety of topics that couldn’t be made into full episodes.
Mar 02, 2020
The Lost Dutchman Gold Mine
It was allegedly discovered by German immigrant Jacob Waltz, who made himself rich and then died before he could show it to anyone. Prospectors have since been searching for the “Lost Dutchman Gold Mine” for more than a century.
Feb 24, 2020
Gone Rewind: “Unfortunate Son” Michael Rockefeller
On the last Sunday of every month, Parcast Rewind replays a classic episode of Gone that you might have missed!  The son of the governor of New York, and one of the wealthiest families in the world, Michael Rockefeller was on an art-collecting expedition in Dutch New Guinea when he went missing in 1961. He was last seen trying to swim to shore after his boat capsized. What followed was a 10-day rescue mission in shark-infested waters.
Feb 23, 2020
The Bayeux Tapestry
Depicting the Norman invasion of England in 1066 C.E., the Bayeux Tapestry is an intricate work of medieval craftsmanship—with a final section that has been missing since at least the 18th century.
Feb 10, 2020
Glen and Bessie Hyde
In November 1928, newlyweds Glen and Bessie Hyde took a honeymoon boat trip down the Colorado River. They vanished somewhere in the Grand Canyon a month later, and a long search found no trace of the couple. Forty years later, new evidence emerged that made the couple's disappearance a permanent legend.
Jan 27, 2020
Gone Rewind: Blackbeard’s Treasure
On the last Sunday of every month, Parcast Rewind replays a classic episode of Gone that you might have missed!  Treasure hunters and adventurers have been searching for Blackbeard’s fabled treasure ever since the pirate’s violent demise on November 22nd, 1718.
Jan 26, 2020
The Hemingway Manuscripts
In the winter of 1922, Hadley Richardson boarded a train from Paris to Switzerland where she would reunite with her husband, Ernest Hemingway. She packed every piece of his work in a small suitcase, which was then stolen from her at the Gare De Lyon.
Jan 13, 2020
Best of 2019: The Davidoff-Morini Stradivarius
Here’s one of our listeners’ most requested episodes of 2019: Once used by prodigy violinist Erica Morini during the height of her musical career in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s, the Stradavaruius was stolen a few weeks before her death.
Dec 30, 2019
The Lost City of the Monkey God
Hidden in the jungles of Honduras, the Lost City of the Monkey God was a legendary settlement. Some people claim it’s a make-believe city invented by gold-hungry conquistadors. Others believe it’s a real city that somehow disappeared. 
Dec 16, 2019
Helen Brach
On February 19th, 1977, Helen Brach checked out of the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. Her physician recommended “she lose a bit of weight and get more exercise.” The socialite widow of candy magnate, Frank Brach, was never seen again.
Dec 02, 2019
Ark of the Covenant
History and legend has it that the Biblical Ark of the Covenant was a sacred container built to house the stone tablets of the Ten Commandments. But just as it’s depicted in film and TV, the Ark’s whereabouts are the subject of mystery and countless theories.
Nov 18, 2019
Amelia Earhart
World famous aviatrix Amelia Earhart was at the height of her career when she embarked on an ambitious global circumnavigation in 1937. But then, somewhere over the Pacific Ocean, she disappeared.
Nov 04, 2019
An Explorer Adrift: Henry Hudson
An English sea explorer and navigator during the early 17th century, Henry Hudson was best known for his explorations of present-day Canada and parts of the northeastern U.S. On a dreaded expedition, most of his crew mutinied. Hudson, his son, and seven others were cast adrift—never to be seen again.
Oct 21, 2019
The Missing Prime Minister: Harold Holt
Australia’s Prime Minister disappeared while swimming in the sea near Portsea, Victoria. Although a massive search operation was set up around Cheviot Beach, his body was never recovered. 
Oct 07, 2019
The Davidoff-Morini Stradivarius
When famed violinist Erica Morini died in 1995, she didn't know a terrible truth. Her violin - a Stradivarius worth millions of dollars - was gone. To this day, it has never been found. 
Sep 23, 2019
The Lost Tribes of Israel
For thousands of years, biblical scholars have considered the likely existence of the Lost Tribes of Israel. Assumed to have gone extinct at some point in the 8th century BCE, there is some evidence that survivors of the tribe may have lasted until at least after the crusades. 
Sep 09, 2019
“Missing Link” - The Peking Man
In the early 1900s, archeologists unearthed a treasure trove of early human bones in the land near modern day Beijing. It was the most significant paleontological discovery ever made at the time. However, when the Second World War struck Asia, they vanished without a trace. Parcasters - This week on The Dark Side Of, we take on the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley! Search for The Dark Side Of on Spotify today!
Aug 26, 2019
The Tomb of Genghis Khan
Genghis Khan was one of the most powerful warlords in medieval Mongolia, and one of the most feared military generals in all of history. Despite his reputation, no one knows today where the legendary figure was buried after his death in 1227.  Parcasters - Check out our other podcast, Mythology, to embark on the journey of the Odyssey, our second episode on the classic tale comes out tomorrow! Search for Mythology on Spotify, or your favorite podcast app!
Aug 12, 2019
The Lost Cosmonauts
Officially, Russian Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin was the first man to ever fly to space in 1961. But is it possible he was just the first man to go to space and return alive?  Parcasters - This week on The Dark Side Of, we move on from Hollywood and start our exploration of the music industry. Our first episode details the myth of the 27 Club, you won't want to miss it! Subscribe to The Dark Side Of on Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Jul 29, 2019
Barbara Newhall Follett - The Disappearing Prodigy
In 1939, author and former child prodigy Barbara Newhall Follett stormed out of her apartment after a fight with her husband. The 25-year-old was never seen or heard from again.  Sponsors!  Gabi - Take TWO MINUTES and see if you can save up to $865 a year on car insurance today! Go to Gabi.com/GONE to start the process of saving money, with NO fees, NO forms, and NO spam. Grove Collaborative - Go to Grove.co/GONE and get a FREE 5-piece Spring Cleaning Set from Mrs. Meyer’s and Grove— a $30 value! 
Jul 15, 2019
Marie Antoinette’s Diamond Necklace
In 1785, a stunning diamond necklace was stolen from the Crown Jewelers in Paris, France. The Cardinal who was charged with the theft thought he was working on the orders of Queen Marie Antoinette. In reality, he was victim to a daring, complex con job.  Parcasters - This week on Survival, we tell the story of a music teacher turned emergency medic during the 2010 Haiti Earthquake. Search for SURVIVAL on Spotify or wherever you listen to Parcast Originals!
Jul 01, 2019
“The Lost Roman Legion” - Legio IX Hispana
The Ninth Roman Legion and its 5000 soldiers was famous across Rome in the 1st century BCE. But by 200 CE, the Ninth had vanished from nearly all historical records, and to this day no one has ever confirmed what really happened to all those men. Sponsors! Gabi - Take two minutes and see if you can save up to $865 a year on car insurance at Gabi.com/GONE. There are NO fees, NO forms, and NO spam.  Grove Collaborative - Go to Grove.co/GONE to get a FREE FIVE PIECE Spring Cleaning Set from Mrs. Meyer’s and Grove!
Jun 17, 2019
“Dear Theodosia” - Theodosia Burr Alston
In December of 1812, the daughter of disgraced former Vice President Aaron Burr, boarded a ship in South Carolina to travel north to see her father. Theodosia Burr Alston was never seen again. Sponsors! The Farmer’s Dog - Get 50% off your two week trial of fresh, healthy food at TheFarmers Dog.com/GONE. Plus, you get FREE shipping!
Jun 03, 2019
Victoria’s Parliamentary Mace
In 1891, the ceremonial mace that, by law, was required to be present at every convening of the Victorian Parliament, vanished from its holding case. Police investigated the theft for over a year and never came close to finding the mace or deducing who had stolen it.  Sponsors! The Farmer’s Dog - Get 50% off your two week trial of fresh, healthy food at TheFarmersDog.com/GONE. Plus, you get FREE shipping!  Grove - Get a 3-piece cleaning set from Mrs. Meyer’s spring scents, a free 60-day VIP membership, and a surprise bonus gift when you sign up and place an order of $20 or more at Grove.co/GONE.
May 20, 2019
Jimmy Hoffa
In 1975, Jimmy Hoffa, one of the most powerful Union leaders in the country, went to a meeting with the mafia in a suburb of Detroit. He was never seen again, and his body had never been recovered. Parcasters - Jimmy Hoffa's relationship with organized crime figures factored heavily into his disappearance, learn more about the criminal underworld with our podcast Kingpins. Available at parcast.com/kingpins
May 06, 2019
MV Joyita - Lost & Found at Sea
In 1955, the fishing vessel MV Joyita vanished off the coast of Samoa along with all 25 people on board. A massive search yielded no results, and the ship was deemed lost at sea. But then, over a month after it vanished, the MV Joyita was found, six hundred miles off course, and without a single living soul on board. To this day, no one knows what happened to the crew and passengers of the MV Joyita.  Parcasters - What was it like to live through the Titanic tragedy? Find out today on survival! Available now at parcast.com/survival
Apr 22, 2019
The Hittites - A Forgotten Kingdom
For centuries, historians believed that Egypt, Babylon, and Assyria were the only great Kingdoms of the ancient middle eastern world. But the early 20th century yielded the discovery of ruins that might indicate the existence of a fourth kingdom: the Hittites. Sponsors! Robinhood - Robinhood is giving listeners of Gone a FREE stock like Apple, Ford, or Sprint to help you build your portfolio. Sign up at GoneCast.Robinhood.com.
Apr 08, 2019
El Dorado
Since the first Europeans set foot in South America in the late 1400s, explorers have been captivated by, El Dorado, the mythical city hidden within the jungles of the Andes Mountains. After centuries of expeditions and countless lives lost in the pursuit, no man has actually ever laid eyes on this fabled city.    Sponsors! BetterHelp - Go to BetterHelp.com/GONE to get 10% off your first month with discount code GONE. CBS All Access - Head over to CBS.com/GONE to redeem your FREE trial of CBS All Access to watch the new season of The Good Fight, now streaming exclusively on CBS All Access.
Mar 25, 2019
The Dodo Bird
Most people consider the Dodo Bird to be synonymous with human-driven extinction. First discovered by Dutch sailors in the late 1590s, it would be completely wiped out in just over 60 years. The pursuit of the last remnants of this iconic creature continues to this day, with an incomplete composite skeleton selling recently for just under half a million dollars. Sponsors! CBS All Access - Head to CBS.com slash GONE to redeem your FREE trial of CBS All Access. Robinhood - Robinhood is giving listeners of Gone a FREE stock like Apple, Ford, or Sprint to help you build your portfolio. Sign up at Gonecast.Robinhood.com. Zola - To start your free wedding website and also get $50 off your registry on Zola, go to Zola.com/LOST.
Mar 11, 2019
Confederate Gold
In 1865, Confederate President Jefferson Davis fled with hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of gold. What happened next has been debated by historians and treasure hunters over the last 150 years. Did Davis squander what remained of his country's treasury in a desperate attempt to keep the Confederacy alive? Or, is it possible that the gold is still out there, waiting to be found? Sponsors! BetterHelp - GONE listeners get 10% off your first month with discount code GONE when you go to BetterHelp.com/Gone.
Feb 25, 2019
“The Golden Submarine” - Japanese submarine I-52
In 1944, a Japanese submarine was sunk by Allied forces in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Fifty years later, declassified documents indicated that the wreckage may contain two tons of Japanese gold worth more than $25 million today. Does the treasure remains at the bottom of the ocean among the wreckage of the I-52. Sponsors! BetterHelp - GONE listeners get 10% off your first month with discount code GONE when you go to BetterHelp.com/Gone. Zola - Get $50 off your registry on Zola by going to  Zola.com/Lost.
Feb 11, 2019
The Stolen Treasure of Montezuma
This legendary trove of gold and precious jewels was a figurative and literal representation of the Aztec Empire's wealth. The treasure also had the value of high art that showed the empire's impressive reach and influence in the 1500s. However, all good things come to an end and the fall of the empire marks the moment Montezuma’s treasure was never to be seen again. Sponsors! Zola - To get your free wedding website and also get $50 off your registry on Zola, go to Zola.com/LOST.
Jan 28, 2019
“Unfortunate Son” - Michael Rockefeller
The son of the governor of New York, and one of the wealthiest families in the world, Michael Rockefeller was on an art-collecting expedition in Dutch New Guinea when he went missing in 1961. He was last seen trying to swim to shore after his boat capsized. What followed was a 10-day rescue mission in shark-infested waters. Did Rockefeller make it to shore only to be eaten by a local tribe? Or is his body forever lost at sea? Parcasters - Hear Hercules as you’ve never heard him before, tomorrow on Mythology!
Jan 14, 2019
“Camera Shy” - The Disappearance of Louis Le Prince
Before he disappeared into thin air, this French artist was set to release one of the most anticipated inventions of the late 19th century: the moving picture camera. Louis Le Prince, known as the Father of Cinema, vanished under suspicious circumstances in 1890, leaving behind a slew of possible suspects. 
Dec 31, 2018
Myth and history intertwine in searching for the whereabouts of a sword that is 1.8 million years old. Since 660 BCE, the Kusanagi-no-Tsurugi has been passed down from emperor to emperor. Nobody can identify what the sword looks like, but the Japanese government claims it resides in the Atsuta Shrine in Nagoya.  Parcast - If you enjoyed this episode, check out our new show MYTHOLOGY! Subscribe today for more tales of mythical heroes, gods, and creatures! Sponsors! Project Blue Book - ​The new drama series Project Blue Book premieres Tuesday, January 8th at 10/9c on HISTORY. 
Dec 17, 2018
JFK's Brain - Stolen from the National Archives
John F. Kennedy’s brain went missing after he was assassinated in 1963. His brain wasn’t buried with his body and it hasn’t been seen since 1965. Was his brain taken by his younger brother to hide evidence of JFK’s drug use and mental illnesses? The missing component could provide evidence that Kennedy was not shot from the back by Lee Harvey Oswald, but from the front.  Assassinations Podcast - Thank you Kate and Bill for joining today's episode! Listen to Assassinations now wherever you listen to podcasts!  Sponsors! Audible - Get 3 months of Audible for just $6.95 a month by going to Audible.com/GONE or text GONE to 500 500. SimpliSafe - Go to SimpliSafe.com/GONE for a special offer. Zola - Start your free wedding website and get $50 off your registry at Zola.com/GONE.
Dec 03, 2018
The Great Mogul Diamond
A testament to its owners wealth and power, the brilliant diamond survived exiles of kings and the fall of empires. After the assassination of its final owner in 1747, all records of the diamond virtually disappeared. The stone which rose from the dirt of a dried riverbed in India and became of the world’s most puzzling precious stones has been displaced ever since. Sponsors! Parcast - Rate, review and subscribe to our new show Assassinations which premieres November 19th!
Nov 19, 2018
The Library of Alexandria
Home to possibly 700,000 books, including works by Homer, Plato, and Socrates, this ancient library in the heart of Egypt was destroyed thousands of years ago. Is there any hope we will find these valuable manuscripts? Sponsors! Amazon Prime - Season 1 is available now. Watch the New Season of Lore out now, only on Prime Video. SimpliSafe - If you’re interested in Home Security, visit SimpliSafe.com/GONE.
Nov 05, 2018
The Peacock Throne
Some estimate that the throne would be worth more than a trillion dollars today!
Oct 22, 2018
Solomon Northup
After being kidnapped and spending 12 years as a slave, Solomon Northup disappeared again on a warm summer’s night in Canada in 1857. Was he murdered? Abducted and sold into slavery a second time? Or did he become a spy for the Union army during the Civil War, and never return?  Sponsors! SimpliSafe - Go today to SimpliSafe.com/GONE. Mother Dirt - GONE listeners get 20% off and free shipping with the code GONE.
Oct 08, 2018
The Colossus of Rhodes
The tallest statue in the ancient world welcomed travelers with its likeness to the sun god Helios. After it was destroyed by an earthquake, tourists still came from far and wide to see the rubble. Then one day, the pieces of the 108-foot tall Colossus of Rhodes were suddenly gone. Where did they go?
Sep 24, 2018
Van Gogh’s Portrait of Dr. Gachet
In May of 1990, Vincent van Gogh’s Portrait of Dr. Gachet, sold at auction for 82.5 million dollars. The buyer would die six years later. In 1999, the Metropolitan Museum of Art sought out the new owner to borrow the painting for an exhibit, but they couldn't find one. After numerous conflicting leads and dead ends, it was discovered that the painting was gone. 
Sep 10, 2018
Tesla’s Missing Death Ray
During World War 2, inventor Nikola Tesla died in a New York hotel room while working on a project known as “Tesla’s Death Ray.” When he was found, the prototype and most of Tesla’s notes were missing. Who got to Tesla’s room first? And what happened to the Death Ray?
Aug 27, 2018
The Alcatraz Escape
Alcatraz Maximum Security Penitentiary is one of the most infamous prisons in American history. Located in the treacherous waters of San Francisco Bay, the island facility was surrounded by rocks and sub sixty-degree water. It was deemed to be inescapable. But in June, 1962, three men would carry out a plan months in the making, and seemingly disappear into thin air. How did they do it? 
Aug 13, 2018
Columbus’ Original Log
When Christopher Columbus returned to Spain from the New World, he gave his original log to the Sovereigns at royal court at Barcelona. Then Queen Isabella ordered the log to be copied. The original has not been seen since. Was it sequestered by the Spanish crown? Hidden by the Vatican? Sold off? Destroyed? Or simply...misplaced? 
Jul 30, 2018
Blackbeard’s Treasure
Edward Teach, better known by his nickname Blackbeard, was a pirate who was killed in November of 1718, but whose treasure was never found. Did it sink to the bottom of the ocean with his ship? Is it buried it in a chest on an island off the coast of North Carolina? Or was there ever any hidden treasure at all?
Jul 16, 2018
Jules Rimet Trophy
In 1983, the Jules Rimet Trophy, the original World Cup trophy, disappeared from a bullet-proof glass case on the ninth floor of a building in Rio de Janeiro. How was the trophy stolen? Was it an inside job? Or was the real Jules Rimet Trophy even on display? 
Jul 02, 2018
Nefertiti’s Tomb
Nefertiti was queen alongside Pharaoh Akhenaten. While the remains of other ancient Egyptian royalty have been found, the location of Nefertiti’s tomb remains a mystery. Is it still hidden in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt? Could her remains have already been found in a mummy whose identity has yet to be confirmed? Or did Nefertiti ever exist at all?
Jun 18, 2018
The Disappearance of Korean Airlines Flight 007
In August of 1983, Korean Airlines flight 007 deviated off course and disappeared from radar. Some believe it was shot down by the Soviets. Others believe it was on a government spy mission. Korea, the US, and Japan all publicly demanded an investigation, but it would take ten years to learn the truth.
Jun 04, 2018
The Lost Civilization of Túcume
In the Lambayeque Valley in Northern Peru lies the ruins of Túcume. Founded approximately in 1100 AD, the city of was a thriving population center with thousands of inhabitants. But around 1530, it was completely abandoned. Who were these inhabitants and where did they go? 
May 21, 2018
"Portrait of a Young Man" - Raphael's Lost Artwork
Many of the world’s most priceless paintings were stolen by the Nazis. Most were either recovered or eventually resurfaced. But Raphael's "Portrait of a Young Man" has never been found. Was it left behind in a cave or cellar for safe keeping? Is it floating on the black market? Or was it destroyed entirely?
May 07, 2018
Oliver Cromwell’s Missing Head
Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell was instrumental in ousting the monarchy during the English Civil War. But soon after his death, the monarchy was restored. As a show of power, Cromwell’s corpse was disinterred, and his head cut off, piked, and displayed atop Westminster Abbey. But in the late 1600’s, the head fell off Westminster Abbey and disappeared... 
Apr 23, 2018
"The Eighth Wonder of the World" - The Amber Room
Famously declared the eighth wonder of the world, the Amber Room was a set of incredibly ornate amber wall panels that may be worth over $500 million dollars today. German forces stole the panels from Russia in October, 1941 and Hitler himself ordered the panels moved in January, 1945. But little is known about their whereabouts since. Were they stowed aboard a sunken Nazi ship? Hidden in a salt mine? Or destroyed by the Russians themselves? 
Apr 20, 2018
D.B. Cooper
Cooper orchestrated one of the most daring hijackings of all time when he successfully held his fellow passengers ransom for $200,000 in 1971, before parachuting to an unknown fate. Though some clues have surfaced over time, no definitive answers exist explaining what happened to Cooper, at least not to the satisfaction of the FBI. What happened to Cooper and how did he seemingly vanish into thin air?
Apr 19, 2018
Welcome to Gone!
Just because something vanished, doesn’t mean it can’t be found. Gone examines the greatest disappearances in history, and the theories they spawned. If it's gone, we're looking. Gone is a production of Cutler Media and part of the Parcast Network. Starting April 23rd, new episodes will release every other Monday.
Apr 07, 2018