The second season of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Unsolved podcast begins with the following clip:
"After (the first) series ran, I got a whole bunch of emails, phone calls, feedback from people saying, 'Will you look into my relative's case, my loved one's case?'" recalls Gina Barton, criminal justice investigative reporter for the paper. "So I heard from Michelle's brother Chris, who is now in his forties saying, 'We've always had questions about my sister's death, would you look into her case?'"
Michelle Manders was only two and half years old when she disappeared from her home in Watertown back in 1981. Her body was found on a local riverbank in November of 1981 and was the fifth in a series of mysterious disappearances and deaths over seven years. Unsolved's second installment delves into the disappearance and death of this little girl, and the first piece of the eight part series was released Wednesday.
Barton joined Lake Effect's Mitch Teich in the studio to explain a little more about this latest series: