So, I've been focused on recording and editing the podcast and have two episodes "in the can," as it were, so, I'm just waiting to hear from some sources about interviews for another episode before I pull the trigger on launching the show.
The podcast will be a six episode limited series, examining the night Shannan Gilbert disappeared, and presenting a theory that hasn't been focused on that, according to multiple sources, is a positive examination of the events of that night.
The first episode contains information that has never been released to the public before, but has been whispered about in certain circles regarding this case.
I have to quote a producer friend of mine in that you "never want to give away the secret sauce." In other words, for me to completely launch into what I've learned in the first couple of episodes would be crazy and not helpful to the case at all. That said, the listener will learn about the events over the course of the limited series (two per month is the aim, with additional content as it becomes available).
I want to thank Chris Kretz of the amazing Long Island History Project podcast for his invaluable guidance and help in getting me focused regarding the podcast.
There will be an update next week on Tuesday, and I hope to have the podcast up and running by next week as well.
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