We continue our discussion with Victoria Macron and investigator Paul Hartman as they reveal some very interesting details about the initial response from Law enforcement to Bryon Macron’s disappearance. We also get a phone call from the guy who repainted Bryon’s office. You won’t believe what we learn! MEDINA CORRUPTION – ALL THE NEWS THAT’S […]Read More Murder Lake Episode 3
In July of 2017, the sheriff’s office announced an undetermined autopsy and claimed the blood in his office and car were linked to Bryon Macron alone. It seems that no one who was close to Bryon agrees with the sheriff’s claim and many continue to search for answers. In this podcast, Victoria Macron (spouse) with clearance […]Read More Murder Lake Episode 2
Six Stab Wounds On December 16, 2016, in medina county, Ohio trustee Bryon Macron went missing. His office was trashed with blood on the walls and his car was found a few miles away parked at Chippewa Lake. Two months later his body would be pulled from Chippewa lake even though it had been searched […]Read More Murder Lake Episode 1
We here at the Invisible Ships podcast are saddened and puzzled at some of the events we have seen unfold in the last few days. We can trace this back to Monday February 15th when the community got together and organized a vigil to honor Bryon Macron and to ask authorities to reexamine the mysterious […]Read More Response to Lafayette Facts
Just the other day someone who has been researching the Bryon Macron case reached out to talk to me about our podcast and compare notes. It quickly became clear that she had information from the BCI file that I didn’t and vice versa. But how can this be? Since both of us received our files […]Read More What is going on here?
Findng truth in Fiction This week marks a major turning point for the Invisible Ships Podcast and we couldn’t be more excited about where we are taking the show! You may have noticed that we have a new logo and have changed the layout of our webpage. But there is a lot going on behind […]Read More Murder in the Heart Of It All