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The Silent Evidence

True Crime Podcast

Latest Episode


The Disappearance of Renee and Andrew MacRae (Part 2)

In November 1976, Renee and Andrew MacRae would go missing sparking one of Scotland's longest running mysteries. But now, 46 years later, in 2022, we finally have a conclusion to the case and justice has been served. This episode is about the court case that ultimately delivered that justice and ended this long running mystery.

If you have not yet listened to the episode on the disappearance of Renee and Andrew MacRae, it was covered in The Silent Evidence Episode Number 006. I would encourage you to go back and listen to it before going any further. There you will learn all about the background to the case, the timeline of events, and theories on what may have happened, some of which still stands up in light of new evidence which was presented throughout the course of the trial.

For those of you staying with me now, lets get back into the case. This is episode number 10: The disappearance of Renee and Andrew MacRae (Part 2)

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   The Show

The Silent Evidence is a true crime podcast focusing on unsolved cases, or cases in which there is some controversy surrounding the conviction.


Each episode examines the details of the case in a chronological format, drawing upon extensive research from contemporary newspaper articles, TV reports, websites, forums and trial transcripts amongst others. Following detailing of the timeline of events, there is an in depth discussion focusing on the theories of the case, their likelihood, and/or the safety of any conviction.

The goal of this podcast is to bring attention to these cases  and to seek truth for the victims and their families.


The Silent Evidence examines both well known cases and lesser known cases.  The podcast is open to suggestions, so if you have recommendations of cases to be covered, please do get in touch.



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