Lost In Panama

Publisher:
Kast Media

Lost In Panama

4.5/5

Critic Rating

In 2014, Dutch friends Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers disappeared while hiking a jungle trail in Panama. Two months later, investigators found their remains, as well as a backpack with a digital camera filled with photos that hinted at a darker story. What happened to Kris and Lisanne? In this investigative series, journalists Mariana Atencio and Jeremy Kryt retrace the last steps of the doomed women. Their search for the truth immerses them in eight years’ worth of conflicting evidence, testimonies, and rumors, as on-the-ground witnesses in Panama come forward for the first time. This explosive new evidence sets off a re...


Critic Reviews

Score: 4.5

Mr. Hipster • Mr. Hipster Blog Dec 23, 2022

"The whole thing plays out a bit like a movie. And is satisfying in much the same way. Though, of course, the end is never that Hollywood ending you crave. Because their authority and ability to make people talk is relatively limited. All of this is to say that Lost in Panama is an entertaining listen. It’s pretty straight-forward, and there isn’t a ton of filler the way there seems to be in many other true crime type pods. It’s relatively easy to follow, and the production is decent even though they are in the field for large chunks of it. It seems recording devices have improved markedly in the last couple of years. The investigation is pretty impressive, and I hope that they are able to do some sort of follow-up series to figure out if the all the leads they chased came to anything."

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