Podcast Review: The Case, Episode Two: Faith

The Case, Episode Two: Faith

After finishing the premiere episode of The Case, rumors already started swirling that it had the potential to be one of the best true crime podcasts of 2021. As I pushed play for the second episode my excitement and expectations for The Case grew. With high expectations and interest in the case, Episode Two of the Case delivered on all fronts.




As Kirk and his producer, Steve move forward on their investigation of the disappearance of Jennifer Fay, they find themselves traveling from Massachusetts to South Carolina. Kirk is led to South Carolina after he discovers there is a violent felon who lived in Jennifer Fay’s neighborhood that is connected to at least one other missing girl, Faith Roach. Faith went missing after last being seen on February 5th, 2019 in Walhalla, South Carolina.  

Episode Two of the case focuses on Faith’s traumatic and troubled background. Through a variety of interviews and Facebook posts, Kirk uncovers more information than they ever bargained for. As The Case begins to rattle the foundation of the investigations of Jennifer Fay and Faith Roach, Kirk finds himself in the crosshairs of a troubling individual. Don’t miss the second episode of the best new true-crime podcast.

Make sure to listen to Episode One of The Case if you haven’t yet! Don’t forget to check out our review of Episode One


About the Author
Jon spent the first fifteen years of his life behind the microphone for a local Boston band. He fell in love with PodCasts while driving between venues. Entertainment podcasts are his passion, and he listens to True Crime to help fall asleep at night.

One comment on “Podcast Review: The Case, Episode Two: Faith

  1. Chloe Paul says:

    For two years I have been investigating some activity my spouse has been involved . One was figure out what he was poisoning me with snd two was what was his double life. It led me down a rabbit hole and the more I dug and the more I investigated and the more property, evidence, friends strange behavior, and patterns of behavior the more I found. God has revealed to me where multiple female bodies are/ the police are involved/ it is such a sketchy town. I should be dead but God kept me Alive to expose the truth about Oconee county. I am a domestic abuse survivor, I survived addiction, snd I survived these thugs, I also survived Kevin maler * I was the one investigated here in SC about his first murder. I have a crazy story and testimony if you’re interested

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