Mt. Sterling, Illinois — The creators of the national television show, Unsolved Mysteries, are releasing podcasts of various unsolved mysteries from throughout the country in 2021.
One of those podcasts released this week surrounds the 2007 homicide of a Mount Sterling, Illinois woman.
Kathy Blentlinger, 34, was found dead in her Mt. Sterling home after an early morning fire on Nov. 9, 2007.
Several people stepped forward claiming they knew who was responsible for setting the fire.
However, no one was ever arrested in the case, which was classified as a homicide.
KHQA covered the crime when it first happened and has been covering the unsolved crime ever since, including a follow-up story in 2015 that featured Blentlinger's family members.
The Unsolved Mystery podcast includes interviews with Blentlinger's brother, Monty Grover, Blentlinger's sister, Penny Smith, and KHQA's Rajah Maples who has covered several follow-up stories surrounding the cold case.
People who wish to listen to the podcast can do so online or by downloading the podcasts on their mobile devices either through the Apple podcast app or Google app.