WORCESTER - A true crime, cold case podcast series exploring the dozens of unsolved murders and missing persons cases currently under investigation by the Worcester Police Department released episode 7 of Season 3 on Tuesday.
From the founder of ThisWeekinWorcester.com, "Unsolved: Worcester" is a series of narrative episodes airing every Tuesday and Thursday over six 10-episode series. The episodes have an average run time of 19 minutes.
Episode 7 of Unsolved: Worcester Season 3 shares the story of 37-year-old Donald Wallace who went missing in April 1991.
Donald was last seen by his mother while he was standing on the corner of May Street and Park Avenue.
The episode is now available to stream on the following platforms:
Unsolved: Worcester returns Thursday, March 16 with episode 8 of Season 3 - "William Garlick and John V.J. Joyce Went Missing in Maine" - detailing the missing persons cases of William Garlick and John V.J. Joyce, Jr. who disappeared in September 1982 after leaving Worcester to collect an alleged drug deal debt in Alton, Maine.
Each episode is accompanied by a video program highlighting each victim, where the murders took place or where the missing person was last seen, and other locations important to the case. The videos will feature exclusive aerial views of Worcester from New England Sky Pix. Accompanying videos will be available on the show's website and on YouTube.
For more information and updates, visit UnsolvedWorcester.com and follow Unsolved: Worcester on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Watch the accompanying video to Episode 7 below: