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June 23, 2019
After an unexpected, extended absence, the podcast returns to address the best remaining option in resolving Leah Harding's disappearance. While this one is the shortest of the series, it may be carry the most weight and discusses difficult subject matter. It also sheds light on a possible path forward to closing this cold case. Please don't forget to rate and subscribe on your preferred listening platform. Sharing on social media or just telling a friend is a another fine way to help out. Follow along on Twitter.com/LocatingLeah and Facebook.com/LocatingLeahPodcast Musical theme: Darkness by Peter McIsaac Music Ambient music: "Diana" and "His Eyes They Were Gone" by Daniel Birch; "Fearful New World" by Shane Ivers -- https://www.silvermansound.com (https://www.silvermansound.com/) https://twitter.com/LocatingLeah https://www.facebook.com/locatingleah #TrueCrime #MissingPersons #LeahHardingDisappearance #DanielleStislicki
May 21, 2019
In today's release, I attempt to get a better idea of Leah Harding as a person and not just a missing one. I spoke with her brother and best friend to get deeper insight and hear stories of her lighter moments. Gaining traction on the case can come in many different ways, and it has always been my primary belief that Leah's biggest downfall is in the court of public opinion due to her relationship decisions. Perhaps some people will come around and become more understanding of her choices after listening to these conversations. Please don't forget to rate and subscribe on your preferred listening platform. Sharing on social media or just telling a friend is a another fine way to help out. Musical theme: Darkness by Peter McIsaac Music Ambient music: "The Fugue" and "Lying Here Helpless" by Daniel Birch; "Mystery Unsolved" by Shane Ivers -- https://www.silvermansound.com (https://www.silvermansound.com/) https://twitter.com/LocatingLeah https://www.facebook.com/locatingleah #TrueCrime #MissingPersons #LeahHardingDisappearance
May 4, 2019
In what is easily the most compelling listen of the series so far, I speak with a woman whose life was terrorized by the only known person of interest in the disappearance of Leah Harding. Nearly 19 years ago, my guest was held hostage for 12 hours by Camiel VanHaecke Sr. Today, she recalls her harrowing experience with the public. You can't miss what she has to say! Plus exciting news about future episodes. Please don't forget to rate and subscribe on your preferred listening platform and share on social media.  Musical theme: Excerpt from "Darkness" by Peter McIsaac Music https://twitter.com/LocatingLeah https://www.facebook.com/locatingleah #TrueCrime #MissingPersons #LeahHardingDisappearance
April 23, 2019
I have a conversation with a local woman whose father went missing, and she tells her story. She also is a close follower of the Leah Harding case, and we talk through some of the related material, including her advice for Leah's daughter. Plus exciting news about future episodes. Please don't forget to rate and subscribe on your preferred listening platform. Musical theme: Darkness by Peter McIsaac Music Ambient music: "Fearful New World," "Yearning," "Unfolding Mirrors," "Diaphanous" by Shane Ivers -- https://www.silvermansound.com https://twitter.com/LocatingLeah https://www.facebook.com/locatingleah #TrueCrime #MissingPersons #LeahHardingDisappearance
April 5, 2019
Episode 1 of the Locating Leah podcast is an introductory look into the disappearance of Leah Harding, of South Range, Mich. She went missing in 2015 and has not been seen for nearly four years. Listen to possibly help solve the mystery of her disappearance and bring closure to Leah's family. Musical theme: Darkness by Peter McIsaac Music Ambient music: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Daniel_Birch/ https://twitter.com/LocatingLeah https://www.facebook.com/locatingleah (https://www.facebook.com/locating.leah) #TrueCrime #MissingPersons #LeahHardingDisappearance
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