Crawlspace is a true crime podcast from the people behind Missing Maura Murray. Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna continue their deep dives into missing persons cases, murders, robberies, and other mysteries. Current cases: Brianna Maitland's 2004 disappearance, Suitcase Jane Doe from Downingtown, Pennsylvania, Brandon Lawson's 2013 disappearance, the 1918 unsolved murder of William Dean, the wrongful conviction of John Giuca, the Vanishing Men of Boston. Crawlspace's full archive is available at StitcherPremium.com.
Happy Thanksgiving from Tim, Lance, and Chloe of Crawlspace. While you're traveling this weekend, check out this fascinating story of art crime recovery.
In season 2 of Empty Frames Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna continue their dive into the subject of art heists by getting a broader scope of the world in which these crimes take place.
Listen to Empty Frames season 1 on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/empty-frames. To listen to season 2, subscribe to Empty Frames now on Stitcher Premium at https://www.stitcher.com/premium and use code 'Frames' for a free first month.
In episode 1 of season 2 Tim & Lance talk to Buck Burns and David Van Auker - owners of Manzanita Ridge Furniture & Antiques in Silver City, New Mexico about the stolen de Kooning painting they randomly became owners of. This episode is called Woman Ochre Returns, and it's a hell of an art recovery story that you need to hear.
In season 1 of Empty Frames Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna (Missing Maura Murray, Crawlspace) dig into the mystery of the greatest art heist of all time. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts was robbed of thirteen pieces of artwork on March 18th, 1990. The frames remain empty today, awaiting their return.
Please sign and share the Turbo Plan petition for an itemized price list for the stolen Gardner art. 28 years into our response to this terrible crime, we must consider modifying the approach we take as we attempt to restore what’s been astutely identified as “our heritage.” Through Change.org, you can make your voice heard and help to bring the art home. Go to the link to sign your name. https://chn.ge/2KLIKL9