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Maine and New England's True Crime Podcast. Unsolved murders, missing Mainers, strange local folklore and Vacationland mysteries. Maine might be the way life should be, but even the most peaceful, picturesque places can keep the darkest secrets. This is Dark Downeast, a true crime podcast dedicated to the stories of Maine and New England, shining a light on the sensational decades-old and modern-day crimes that prickle the history of the Downeast region and beyond. Dark Downeast is based in ...
 
We're brought up with the fairytale that you will meet your Prince Charming in your 20's, fall madly in love and live happily ever after. So what happens when you find yourself in your 30's and oh so single? You get in some experts and friends and document the trials and tribulations of dating in a world run by dating apps, ghosting and a host of far too many options.
 
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COLD CASE, 1978: Julie Campbell's sister, Lori Manning, is on Dark Downeast to share memories of her sister, and questions that a remain in this cold case over 43 years later. Why end the life of this beloved woman? How did the attacker take Julie by surprise, a woman with a Black Belt in Karate and mace always in her pocket? Who killed Julie? Is i…
 
In this episode of PhotoWork with Sasha Wolf, Sasha talks with Ashlyn Davis Burns, co-founder of the new agency and creative studio, Assembly. They discuss how events and opportunities lead her from an American Studies degree to her 5 year post as the Executive Director of the Houston Center for Photography. Ashlyn talks about co-founding Assembly …
 
MAINE MURDER, 1916: Emma J. Turnbull was the widow of Charles Turnbull and mother of eight children. When Harold Turnbull returned home on August 4, 1916 to an alarming scene and his mother nowhere to be found, the frantic search for Mrs. Turnbull became a community-wide effort. Suspicion turned quickly to the woman's own nephew, but with only circ…
 
MAINE, 1951: When Zenovia Clegg's killer confessed to his crime, he also revealed small scraps of the secrets he’d been keeping throughout the decades. Is Charles E. Terry the serial killer responsible for the murders of two women whose cases are still unsolved decades later? And what really happened to Patricia Wing in the back of that Cadillac? T…
 
In this episode of PhotoWork with Sasha Wolf, Sasha and photographer, publisher, and teacher, Peter Kayafas, discuss his process of following his camera to move through and explore the world. Peter and Sasha also talk about the different ways in which Peter has found professional satisfaction outside of making photographs and how that has allowed h…
 
MAINE, 1958: Patricia Wing hadn’t been seen in over 24 hours, not since the afternoon of Tuesday, June 3, 1958. As a 29-year old mother of five, it was highly unusual. Her husband Wendell and her youngest son Harvey were both home sleeping that afternoon, but Patricia left no clues, no indication that when she left the house that day it would be fo…
 
Eagan Kemp, health care policy advocate for Public Citizen Dr. Michelle Evelyn Morse is an American internist. She is an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women's Hospital and co-founded EqualHealth and Social Medicine Consortium. In 2021, Morse was named the first Chief Medical Officer of the New York City Department of Hea…
 
SOUTH BOSTON, 2013: On the night of July 23, 2013, 21-year old Mainer Kayleigh Ballantyne was randomly attacked as she walked into her apartment in Southie. As her attacker made clear his plans, Kayleigh told herself she was going to survive. A survivor of a random act of violence, Kayleigh is sharing her journey through recovery, how she’s using h…
 
Biologist, author, and cancer survivor, Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D. writes about climate change, ecology, and the links between human health and the environment. Steingraber’s highly acclaimed book, Living Downstream: An Ecologist’s Personal Investigation of Cancer and the Environment was the first to bring together data on toxic releases with data f…
 
In this episode of PhotoWork with Sasha Wolf, Sasha returns as the guest of the show to talk about the behind the scenes, goings-on at Sasha Wolf Projects. Michael asks about her decision to represent two new artists and why they are in a slightly different category than her other artists. Sasha discusses some of the projects she is currently most …
 
MAINE MYSTERY, 1924: When Lottie reported her first husband, William Sanborn, missing from their home in North Gorham, Maine, the Sheriff took her word for it. But when Lottie's second husband Alphonse Cote Jr. disappeared under mysterious circumstances, it was time to pay a visit to the Cote farm. What really happened to William Sanborn? Did he me…
 
MAINE/MASSACHUSETTS MURDER, 1971: The body of a young woman found in the woods of Wells, Maine on January 9, 1971 remained unidentified for over a month as detectives searched for clues as to who she was and how she got there. Maine newspapers stopped reporting on the Jane Doe after her funeral the same year, but I couldn't let it go. With the help…
 
In this episode of PhotoWork with Sasha Wolf, Sasha and photographer, Mark Steinmetz discuss the early influences on his work, including the cinematic influences. Mark talks about his relationship to Garry Winogrand, who he spent time with in Los Angeles, and talks in detail about the ways in which his different projects have evolved and taken shap…
 
Michael McRay introduces Tenx9 Nashville Storytelling on Zoom, and the December, 2020 theme "Holidays." After these five stories, Rob McRay provides the understory; plans for the next year are announced.For more information about Tenx9 Nashville Storytelling events, please visit: https://tenx9nashville.com.…
 
UNSOLVED MAINE MURDER, 1970: 13-year old Mary Catherine Olenchuk left the beach before her family for a bike ride into town. She was last seen alive just 200 yards from her family's Ogunquit summer home, getting into a maroon car with an unknown man. 13 days later, police found Mary's body in an abandoned Kennebunk barn. To this day, speculation co…
 
NEW HAMPSHIRE COLD CASE, 1991: Today, February 16, 2021, marks 30 years since two beloved figures of the Portsmouth, New Hampshire community were found dead, victims of an attack in their own home. This is the case of Stella Bolton and James ‘JJ’ Moore, a special release mini-episode of Dark Downeast. When information is limited, that makes it all …
 
HISTORIC SOUTH PARIS MURDERS, 1937: The murders of Dr. James G. Littlefield and his wife, Lydia Littlefield, became one of Maine's most sensational and confounding cases of the early 1900s. Who really killed the couple, and why? Could the 18-year old Paul Dwyer be the true perpetrator? Or did someone else force him to take the fall, sending him off…
 
In this episode of PhotoWork with Sasha Wolf, Sasha and photographer, curator, and writer, Jon Feinstein discuss the evolution of Humble Arts Foundation, the organization he co founded with Amani Olu, and how Humble represents Jon’s strong desire to democratize the art world and create opportunities for more people. Jon and Sasha also talk about so…
 
MAINE MURDER, 1988: 12-year old Sarah Cherry disappeared while babysitting on July 6, 1988. A clue laying in the driveway of the house where she was last seen pointed investigators to their primary suspect. Two days later, Sarah's body was discovered in a shallow grave in the woods in Bowdoinham, Maine. Dennis Dechaine is serving a life sentence fo…
 
ACADIA COLD CASE, 1977: Leslie Spellman was just 27-years old when she set off to Bar Harbor in the summer of 1977, hitchhiking from Vermont with her scruffy mutt Taylor by her side. Her beaten body would be found just a day after she left for her adventure, along the walking trail at Asticou Gardens in Northeast Harbor. To this day, over 40 years …
 
MAINE MURDER, 1987: 26-year old Kathy Frost scanned the pages of her Bangor Daily News, concluding with a careful assessment of the personals. One ad caught her eye. An active outdoorsman searching for a lasting relationship. Kathy circled the address. Three weeks later, Kathy married the man from the ad. And 21 days after they said "I Do", Kathy F…
 
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