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Episode 8 of the podcast ‘Where Secrets Go to Die’ will be released on Tuesday

The final episode of the Detroit Free Press podcast “Where Secrets Go to Die: The Disappearance of Derrick Henagan” drops Tuesday at, for subscribers only.

This is the finale of the eight-part true crime series based on long-standing investigative journalism.

Episode 8: The Empty Tomb

Dyanna Maddox appears in court charged with a crime that could land her in prison for years.

In this latest episode, reporter John Wisely hears from Dyanna herself. Meghan Moeggenborg thinks about her father’s legacy and what she wants to do about it. Also coming forward is a person very close to Derrick who longs for a simple, but specific outcome to the Henagan case.

Who is who: Judge William Carmody, who sentenced Dyanna. Josh Freed, former Luce County prosecutor. Brian Rahilly, Dyanna’s attorney. Mary Ott, Dyanna’s sister. Rayce Henagan, Derrick’s son. Meghan Moeggenborg, daughter of Michigan State Police Trooper David Moeggenborg and Tressa Beltran, former Hartford Police Chief.

Download the latest episodes here.

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Credits: John Wisely, Darcie Moran, Tad Davis, Robin Chan, Kathleen Galligan, Garrett Tiedemann, Adrienne Roberts, Kathy Kieliszewski, Jim Schaefer and Anjanette Delgado. Nicole Avery Nichols is editor of the Detroit Free Press.

Our theme music is “Abyss,” an original song by Camilla Cantu and Brian Castillo.

The Free Press has won the Michigan Press Association’s “Podcast of the Year” award four years in a row. Listen to all our shows at