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    ryan who is sad
    Apr 15
    10

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Wow

    I found out about radio rental from Morbid. Then needed more Payne so I started up and vanished. And listened to every episode at work over one week and let me tell you, Payne is the new and improved John Walsh. This dude solves crimes and is amazing at it. The way he interviews people with respect and dignity while also getting information is wild. The way he Ha does brook is something else. 10 out of 10 recommend.

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    Heatheramill08
    Apr 9
    10

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Love it

    While I am late to Up and Vanished, I am so glad I stumbled upon this Podcast. I really love the raw and real content that gets put into each episode!

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    Thalassophile
    Mar 31
    6

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Ads

    Way too many ads! Annoying to listen to because of the ads.

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    chomp6969
    Mar 27
    2

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Unbelievably bad

    I’ve never left a review before but I had to leave one bc this second season is all over the place sound-wise. Have y’all ever heard of an audio engineer?! Episode 6 is a goddamn disgrace. What is wrong with you that you’d actually put that out? It is unlistenable. Truly amateur and disappointing.

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    1virgogirl
    Mar 24
    10

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Up and Vanished

    I found this Podcast while enjoying a walk..I’m only on Season one going into episode 2 and I LOVE it...hooked already.

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    Retyrode
    Mar 19
    4

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    I wanted to love it

    I was really into the story and tried to get past the self indulgent speculations. I just couldn’t do it. I don’t doubt his heart was there, but his ego is bigger. The story was so dragged out I found myself fast forwarding it constantly. The speculations are drawn out, the interviews painful, and repeating the same useless info ad nauseam was beyond annoying. Also, the circle jerk with other podcasters was insulting to the listener’s intelligence. The complaints seem to be consistent across the board, so I was glad to be validated when I read them.

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    16171$251671
    Mar 17
    6

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Season 2 wasn’t even solved!(?)

    I’ve only listened to the second season, which enthralled me– buuut it in NO way gets solved and I checked the internet and two years later NOTHING has happened/been updated/etc, so MAJOR bummer and probably why they couldn’t get funding for a season 3. Gahd, what a let-down. I feel sorry for her family and the injustice of it all.

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    AimeeRosé
    Mar 16
    4

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Could be great if it wasn’t just bread crumbs

    Season one felt so tedious and drawn out. The case was interesting but each episode had so little information and was just a lot of people talking about the case instead of the actual investigation and new information!If you’re looking for a straight forward podcast, look elsewhere!

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    16538074
    Mar 15
    2

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Terrible

    Dude wanders around throwing out wild speculations then thinks he solved it when the truth was nothing like any of his speculations. You are not an investigative journalist!

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    Aho126
    Mar 5
    8

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Like this podcast a lot... but...volume regulation??

    I just found this podcast and have been listening to season 2. It’s great!!! I’m so interested! The investigation is good and I like the listener questions as well as the recap. It seems like the recap was done bc others probably have the same complaint as me— it is my ONLY complaint. I find while I am listening I have to crank the volume all the way up to be able to hear what the people being interviewed are saying, and then if a commercial comes I am totally blasted by the volume! It’s really jarring. I’m not sure if this is bc of the nature of some of the interviewees (they’re on the phone w bad reception, they may or may not be suuuper high during these calls, they just speak softly..) whatever the case it would make listening more enjoyable if the volume could be consistent with the show and commercials. This is a great podcast overall love it and all of the work that was put it here to get Kristals case out in season 2. Keep it up you’ve got a new fan 💛

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    09polkmn
    Mar 5
    2

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Just bad

    So many episodes to tell you such little information. The cases are interesting but.... not great investigating or story telling. Also half of each episode are just ads so.

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    widhwifiwnfofonwbfixjwbkgocn
    Mar 3
    4

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    New Episodes from Oxygen Network are inflammatory garbage

    The first season of this show was great. The second season, pretty good. Now these new episodes... sounds like some stupid overly-dramatized daytime tv crap, which I guess it is now that they’ve been picked up for a network. The hosts go out of their way to harass the supposed “people of interest” and then point to the “suspects” frustrated responses as some kind of proof of hidden rage disguising guilt. Ugh. It’s just plain bad journalism and it’s a major bummer because I honestly thought they did good work on the first season. Very disappointed in the direction the UaV folks are going. Feels like a cash grab.

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    sweatyKFC
    Feb 24
    4

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Poorly handled

    Very good start, although after around 5 episodes it felt as if we were recycling the same info for awhile till a arrest has been made. Although Payne never himself brought up dukes name prior, it felt as if Payne was trying to paint himself as the hero who solved the case. Which in fact Payne had very little to do with so other than talking about said case. I think Payne had solid structure for said podcast but wanted to stretch it out for as long as possible tryin to bring in ad revenue hinting at the fact there’s a ad read about every 5 minutes. Payne himself had very poor interview skills and I was disgusted by the interview he had with Brooke in episode 19 on how he treated her and the way the whole talk with Brooke went down.

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    Kbayham
    Feb 20
    6

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    A Bit Tedious

    To be fair, this impression applies to all true crime, but particularly the case for this one. These podcasts are drawn out beyond the entertainment threshold and into self-congratulatory yammering. Neither of the crimes featured on this podcast have been solved. Then why tell the friggin’ story in the first place? Its not just to bring it to light so it can be solved. If that is why, then this guy is 0 for 2. Ultimately both stories left me feeling manipulated. The worst part of all is that these low life scuz buckets become celebrities. Sickening? Positively. Entertaining or educational? Not yet.

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    Melanie M21
    Feb 19
    10

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Get ready to binge!

    Couldn’t put it down till I got to latest episode. Crazy story!!!

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    mereisradhuh
    Feb 18
    10

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    We want more!!!

    Excellent, listened to these years ago and still checking for more.

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    wareagle10383
    Feb 18
    8

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Good but unresolved

    I was really hoping for some finality at the end of this, but that is not what you’ll get. Overall it was a very interesting and compelling story. I think that Payne did an outstanding job as usual. Maybe one day we will find out what happened.

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    Body by Nutrition
    Feb 11
    10

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Addicting

    A well completed podcast. I couldn’t put it down! An easy 5 stars for me.

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    Mrscsd
    Feb 10
    10

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    One episode in and I’m hooked!

    Not just saying this for the cookies (though that would be awesome too). Good job, Payne! I love cold cases.

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    mckenzienh89
    Feb 6
    4

    reviewed: Up and Vanished

    Skip S2 Ep6

    Some of the worst audio I’ve heard in a podcast. You can’t understand a word they say!The main reporter has absolutely no personality in his voice. He sounds bored with his own story. The basis of the story could have been good.

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121 Episodes 54.4k Ratings First Aired: Aug 7, 2016 🇺🇸

Up and Vanished is an investigative true crime podcast hosted by Atlanta filmmaker Payne Lindsey. In Season 1, Payne tackles his first cold case story, the unsolved disappearance of Georgia high school teacher and former pageant queen, Tara Grinstead. The 11-year-old case remains the largest case file in Georgia history and is still unfolding. Season 2 focuses on the disappearance of young mother Kristal Reisinger from a remote mountain town in Colorado. Up and Vanished aims to tell compelling, true stories and give these cases the exposure they deserve.

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121 Episodes 54.4k Ratings First Aired: Aug 7, 2016 🇺🇸

Up and Vanished is an investigative true crime podcast hosted by Atlanta filmmaker Payne Lindsey. In Season 1, Payne tackles his first cold case story, the unsolved disappearance of Georgia high school teacher and former pageant queen, Tara Grinstead. The 11-year-old case remains the largest case file in Georgia history and is still unfolding. Season 2 focuses on the disappearance of young mother Kristal Reisinger from a remote mountain town in Colorado. Up and Vanished aims to tell compelling, true stories and give these cases the exposure they deserve.

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