A new look at one of the North Country's Coldest Cases
I'm not a big fan of that podcast because there is very little video, I hate the introduction now repeated 22 times, they interviewed psychics in an early episode and they thought they were being followed in NH. but this was a better one. They got many details about the Vasi case wrong in their little film clip that are answered in the documents (They probably should have held off until they'd read it)like where the body was found and the fact that Vasi was staggering down the middle of the street when he was hit and not using the sidewalk like a respectable drunken college guy. I don't think they even realized what way he was walking. But I did like the end where they, for the same reasons I have, now believe that foul play is involved... no matter what MM was doing in NH (seems most likely she just wanted to get away for a couple of days) the circumstances of the accident and disappearance do not seem to be part of any prearranged plan.
Did they ever do a tox panel on Vasi? Check to see if there was anything besides alcohol in his body.
That was a great episode. Keep up the good work!
I've pretty much stopped listening to their podcast, I find it repetitive, and too willing to go off on absolutely ridiculous tangents (in my opinion). Perhaps I'll tune in again in the future.