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When a DA goes missing, the world takes notice. Ray Gricar was sitting DA in Centre Country, Pennsylvania when one day he simply did not return home. Theories at the time ranged from suicide to walk-off, but years later, a high profile case made people wonder if something more sinister had taken place.
Some of Our Research:
One view of the case
Another way to look at it
The Dateline episode
For anyone who doesn’t follow us on social media you may not know that we recently went through a server change in hopes that it would fix the download issues we were seeing when new episodes posted. That totally blew up in our faces and we are now having issues with the new sever crashing constantly which is why so many people haven’t able to download the latest episode.
We are working towards a solution and hopefully that will be in place shortly. I don’t have an ETA but it’ll be pretty obvious when it gets fixed. Thanks for your patience everyone and, again, sorry that it’s been so tough.
Edit 3/22/16 So we seem to have managed to come up with a solution! It should start to populate through to the different sources that everyone uses but the fix meant that we had to move our feed yet again. So if you don’t see new episodes coming through in the next couple of weeks you may need to manually update the rss info (the new feed address is: http://thinkingsidewayspodcast.libsyn.com/rss). Thanks again for tolerating us as we work through all the technical hurdles.
Edit 3/30/16 Some of you have told us that you aren’t able to get to the new feed by unsubscribing and then resubscribing so the newest episode you have is The Glasgow Effect. We recommend that you unsubscribe in whatever application you use and then do a search for the podcast in your app and subscribe from what it gives you in the results of that search. If you simply unsubscribe and then resubscribe from the location that your application already has saved you won’t get the new feed.
Three generations of the Bamber family died in the family farmhouse in August 1985, in a case which came to be called the White House Farm Murders, one of the most notorious crimes in modern British history. Was it a murder/suicide? Or just straight-up murder? Thirty years later, the case is still controversial, and still unsolved.
Some of Our Research:
According to the Mirror
A fuller version
From Bamber’s website
We have heard that some of you had issues getting the latest episode this week. There might be a simple answer to that. When we transferred over to the new server last year we ended up with, thanks to the joy of the internet, two different feeds. We put the required info into the wrong one so that it wouldn’t keep being used and for the most part it seems to have worked. BUT there are still a few places that didn’t take the move code, we are currently tracking down the ones we know of to fix that but doubt that we’ll be able to get them all.
So, if you aren’t getting the latest episodes in your feed then chances are good that the app you are using is pulling the wrong feed and ignoring our move request. Sadly you will either need to resubscribe using the correct feed or get them to update their system.
Oh, and for the folks using Stitcher we’re fixing them. At least as much as we can.
Here is the correct feed.
Quick feed update. If you use Podkicker to get the podcast then great news, they’ve got it updated on their end! It does however mean that you’ll need to unsubscribe and resubscribe to the show for it to take effect on your device.
Hey everyone, we promised we would update our back catalog once we had corrected the volume issue. After countless hours remastering them it’s finally done. The episodes are being uploaded as we speak so if you run into problems over the next couple of hours downloading/listening to an older episode that is likely the reason. We weren’t able to fix the first 26 episodes (what we refer to as the era of the buzz) but everything after that is corrected. Thanks for being patient while we get these updated.