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At a little after 4 PM on August 21st, 1984, on the side of the road at East Loop 338 just outside Odessa, Texas city limits, a man thought he’d witnessed a hit and run involving a pedestrian and a gold Buick. But when Ector County Sheriff’s Deputy David Montgomery discovered it wasn’t a hit and run at all, rather, a woman had been stabbed and slas…
 
In late January of 2019, Tomball, Texas residents Liz and Sergio Barraza were scheduled to take a trip to Florida for their 5th wedding anniversary. At the last minute, Liz decided to hold a garage sale to make a little extra spending cash to take with them. As she set up for the sale on the early morning of January 25th, a mysterious figure emerge…
 
After a night out at a Deep Ellum nightclub with friends, 20-year-old Christina “Chris” Gill vanished. Her car was discovered in the apartment complex in North Dallas, not far from another club Chris and her friends had also been to the last night she was seen. For months, the Gill Family spared no expense in their efforts to find the missing young…
 
Remastered: 54 years ago, on April 16th, 1968, in the Arellano’s packed in the family’s Buick and headed away from their Villa de Fuente, Mexico home to San Angelo, Texas to visit an expecting family member. The car was packed tight with a mother, a father, a young child, a toddler, a sister, and a baby. Though the trip wasn’t anything new to the f…
 
In January 1990, 19-year-old Ashley Reed was new to Dallas, Texas, having moved there only months before with her mom and young brother. Making new friends wasn’t difficult for Ashley, but it was winter and the process going a little slower than it would in summertime, perhaps. On the 13th, she was thrilled when she called her mother to tell her a …
 
The killing of 29-year-old single mother of two, Kathy Suckley, had the residents of Corpus Christi’s southside in a panic. Police felt the public pressure to solve the case. Although identifying a suspect, securing an indictment, and making an arrest took only about two weeks, the charges didn’t stick. Likely, because the person who witnessed the …
 
Kathleen Schleicher, better known as Kathy, grew up in both a Los Angeles suburb and later, a beach town 60 miles south of California’s most popular city. She was the youngest of the four children born to her parents and the only girl. Her childhood was normal; in junior high and high school, Kathy was athletic and became somewhat fashion obsessed,…
 
After leading the Bloomington High School Bobcats to their first playoffs since he played ball there, twenty years before, Coach Kenneth Hilscher was even more valued and respected there than ever before. His students loved him anyway, as both a coach and a teacher since he was always there for them with encouraging and motivating advice no matter …
 
In May of 2004 12-year-old Rosa Sandoval missed the last day of elementary school and the class party that was to take place and was never seen again. San Antonio Police sprung to action fast, but by the time Rosa was found to be missing, at least 14 hours had passed. Or so everyone originally thought. The cops later found out that perhaps almost 2…
 
Part 5 of 5. Convicted a year and a half later of a crime that could easily be considered similar to the prevailing theory in Rachel Cooke’s disappearance, an Austin area man was no stranger to violent crime. On the day Rachel went missing, and for some time before, this individual had been working as a foreman for a crew doing work in the area of …
 
Part 4 of 5. In 1998, policeman Jimmy Fennell, Jr quit his job in Giddings, Texas after getting new work in Georgetown. Tragically, Fennell’s fiance, Stacey Stites, had been killed in 1996 and, perhaps, many thought the man was coming to a new city as final step in moving forward with his life. Fennell certainly did move forward behaving as he had …
 
Part 3 of 5. Rachel Cooke’s parents believed their daughter was no longer alive, but still held out a sliver of hope that she was. In 2006, four years after her January 2002 disappearance, those hopes were completely dashed when a convicted killer confessed to bludgeoning, raping, and killing Rachel. Among this convicted killer’s many disdainful qu…
 
Part 2 of 5. 19-year-old Rachel Cooke’s disappearance consumed her father, Robert Cooke. While the month following saw incredible activity in the form of searches from incredibly valuable Texas-based organizations and The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office, that activity dwindled as the year went on. New composite sketches and heightened media pres…
 
On January 10th, 2002, back home in Williamson County on winter break from college in San Diego, 19-year-old Rachel Cooke slept in a little. When she woke up, her parents and sister had all gone about their day. Rachel spoke with her boyfriend back in California for a few minutes, put on her workout clothes, and went for her usual 4 to 6 mile run. …
 
On Halloween, 1989, 30-year-old Sylvia Salinas, owner of Salinas Food Store in Galveston, Texas, stayed behind to stock the shelves while her folks returned home for lunch. At 1:23 PM, police were informed by the company who handles the alarm service for the small grocery, that the silent alarm had been tripped. When a patrolman arrived at the scen…
 
When 7-year-old Danydia Betty-Jacqueline Thompson didn’t show up after school to meet her brother and sister for the walk home, both of them knew something was terribly wrong. After telling relatives, the campus of Marlboro Elementary was poured through again in an attempt to find the missing first-grader, but attempts were fruitless. For 8 days, f…
 
On this episode of gone cold, we cover two unrelated stories from the city of El Paso; both likely impacted, or were impacted by, the 1987 desert killings thought by law enforcement to be perpetrated solely by David Leonard Wood. Before listening, we highly suggest you check out our episodes “Lost in the Desert” Parts 1 & 2. First, the disappearanc…
 
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