Real Mysteries.US Podcast

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True life stories told over multiple weeks. During each program we report and follow the story mystery plot, facts, characters, and unanswered questions. Each week we bring together people, interviews, and ask all those thought provoking questions to gain a clearer understanding of what really happened. And we, along with the audience, won’t know what really happened until the final episode. Each story is told in a series of episodes, so it’s important to listen to the episodes in order, starting with Episode 01. We plan to follow the plot and characters wherever they take us.
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2019-05-04 14:58
last episode published
2015-05-19 13:59
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Episode 13: Transforming Our Trauma

Transforming Our Trauma.In a moment, Dr. Michael Anderson while standing in St. Anthony's Hospital, as victims of the Oklahoma City Bombing arrive with various injuries... some very severe and some not as severe, realizes the magnitude of tragedy.He ac...

Episode 12: Community Leaders Reflect


Episode 11: The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum

We Will Always Remember. Kari Watkins, executive director of the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, reflects on the design and purpose of the museum, why and how we remember and the growth of Oklahoma City as a result.  

Episode 10: Timothy McVeigh& How Can We Avoid Terrorism?

Analyzing the truth. Experts discuss the actions of Timothy McVeigh and how we can avoid (if possible) terrorist attacks. 

Episode 09: The State Trial Process

Justice shall prevail. The District Attorney, Wes Lane understood immediately the power and importance of seeking justice for the families of loved ones lost in the Oklahoma City Bombing. Sandra Elliott, Assistant District Attorney and Lead Prosecutor ...

Episode 08: The Federal Trial Process

Originally scheduled to be tried in Lawton with U.S. District Judge Wayne Allen (Judge Allen and his staff were injured during the bombing), a change of venue was ordered and the trial was moved to Denver, Colorado with District Judge Richard Matsch. T...

Episode 07 - Being There: What Was It Like?

We can only imagine what it is like to have a first-hand reflection of losing a loved one in the Oklahoma City Bombing. In this episode, one woman shares her detailed account of loss, the trial and the love showered by a community of support. 

Episode 06 - The Evidence Piles Up

The evidence is beginning to pile up...  and the members of the team sits around to discuss all of the details that have been revealed about the Oklahoma City bombing. As key pieces like the truck axle, the video of the Ryder truck, business cards and ...

Episode 05 - The Memorial Service

On April 23, 1995 a memorial service was planned for the survivors and family members of those lost in the Oklahoma City Bombing. Cathy Keating worked hard to secure wonderful speakers including Billy Graham.  "The anger you feel is valid. But you must...

Episode 04 - The Investigation

So much evidence... a composite sketch, a business card, receipts and a debit card. There seemed to be a never ending trail of evidence pointing to McVeigh. But even more evidence strongly indicated he wasn't alone. From unearthing the Ryder truck rent...

Episode 03 - We Got Him

The arrest of Timothy McVeigh began as a routine traffic stop. From the outside looking in, he seemed like a normal guy. Polite. Respectful. Everything a person being stopped with nothing to hide would be.... until Trooper Charles Hanger noticed a bulg...

Episode 02 - The Response

After the horrific blast at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City a community pulled together and responded immediately. Fireman ran to aid. Policemen rushed on site. Citizens ran into the building to rescue anyone that could be rescue...

Episode 01 - Where Were You on April 19,1995 at 9:02 am?

If you ask a native Oklahoman where they were on April 19th, 1995, most can tell you… within a matter of seconds. The day Oklahoma City’s Alfred P. Murrah building was bombed is a day many Oklahoman’s can’t forget. The city and it’s community will fore...