Casefile will be back in early February, but for now, the team is taking a brief break to enjoy the holidays and process the unprecedented year that was 2020.All of us here at Casefile would like to thank you, our listeners, for your time, your feedback, and your encouragement. Your ongoing support is what enables us to keep this show going and we truly appreciate each and every one of you. If you’re looking for other shows to listen to over the break, please consider looking into the Casefile Presents catalogue. https://casefilepresents.com/Shows we’ve produced include Silent Waves, What’s Missing, The Vanishing of Vivienne Cameron and 10 Casefile episodes that have been translated and recorded in Portuguese by an anonymous Brazilian narrator. https://silentwavespodcast.com/https://whatsmissingpodcast.com/https://phillipislandpodcast.com/https://casefilepodcast.com/portuguese/If you’re interested in learning more about podcast production, our producer Mike has started his own YouTube channel where he shares insights about podcasting and his behind-the-scenes work at Casefile. Visit his channel, Mike Migas on YouTube, to watch his videos or head to his website.https://mikemigas.com/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz-FRglF9UiGK_58XBDQQDwCasefile writer Eileen Ormsby has also written a number of true crime books, which make for great gifts or a way to keep occupied over the holidays. A number of Eileen’s books feature extended and updated stories originally researched and written for Casefile. So be sure to check those out on Amazon or at your local bookstore. https://allthingsvice.com/We’ll be posting news about our 2021 schedule on social media. So keep an eye out for updates on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.https://www.facebook.com/casefilehttps://twitter.com/case_filehttps://www.instagram.com/casefilepodcast/The entire Casefile team would like to wish everybody a very Merry Christmas, happy holidays and a safe and happy new year.See you in 2021!