What is Unresolved?
Unresolved is an investigative podcast that aims to tell stories which have no ending. Whether they be true crime, paranormal experiences, mythological figures, conspiracy theories, or more typical "unsolved mysteries," Unresolved hopes to address these stories in a thoughtful way.
Where can the podcast be found?
Unresolved can be found on most podcast apps and websites (iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, Podcast Addict, etc.). The podcast is hosted on BlogTalkRadio. If you cannot find the podcast on any given app or site, please contact us and we'll try to remedy the situation ASAP.
Why make a website?
Well, honestly, I avoided it for a good amount of time. But a website allows me to share material that I simply can't in a podcast: things like pictures, images, videos, etc. So I'm going to be posting all of that material in the "Stories" section. There, you'll not only be able to find the transcript of each episode, but relevant photos, videos, sources, links for further reading, etc.
Can I support the podcast?
Absolutely! Micheal loves creating the podcast, but admits that it's a taxing endeavor that requires both time and resources. Listeners can support the podcast financially on Patreon. You can also submit a one-time Paypal payment at the following link.
However, a simpler way of supporting the podcast would be to simply leave a good review on any applicable apps or websites - iTunes, in particular - and, of course, by spreading the good word to any friends, family or acquaintances who might be interested.
Can I submit a topic for the podcast to cover?
Absolutely! However, please remember that these episodes take a good amount of time to research and prepare, so it's very likely that we won't get around to it for some time. But, suggestions are always encouraged, and it doesn't hurt to try!
Who is the host?
The host of the podcast is just a regular guy named Micheal Whelan. Some of his fondest childhood memories are staying home from school - while either sick or just faking it - and being able to watch reruns of "Unsolved Mysteries" with Robert Stack. He had no real journalistic experience before the podcast, but strives to give each story its proper amount of time and respect. He is married, with a dog and a cat, and spends way too much on the internet.