I just found an investigative podcast based out of Duluth called “Uncovering the Truth in Minnesota.”
“Unconstrained, unbiased, and driven for the truth, follow us as we use journalism to tell the untold stories of Minnesota,” reads the description on Apple Podcasts. “Join your Co-hosts, Sarah Knieff and Izabel Johnson, for weekly episodes released on Tuesdays!”
Past episodes include:
Join us as we take a closer look at the disappearance of Hang Lee. Hang is from St. Paul, Minnesota and she disappeared in 1993 at the age of 17. She has never been found. Foul play is suspected, but not confirmed, and nobody has been charged.
Join us as we discuss the 1995 murder of Diane Buntrock by her son Michael Buntrock with our first guest. Our guest discloses never before heard witness accounts that only her and her family know because Mrs. Buntrock was buried on her grandparents’ sod farm.
This week we take a look at a dark part in Minnesota’s history when three innocent Black men, Isaac Mcghie, Elmer Jackson, and Elias Clayton, were lynched in the city of Duluth.
Listen to our terrible small talk and then join us as we go down the rabbit hole of the unsolved murders of Mary and Susanne Reker.
Join us as we take a deep dive into the history of Minnesota’s poor integrity rating and ask the question, “Has anything changed?”
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