Media on Disappearance

Steven Kubacki’s disappearance has been featured on TV shows such as The History Channel’s Ancient Aliens (Season 13, Episode 4: Earth’s Black Holes) and has been the subject of investigation by numerous journalists and true crime writers, including this popular Substack series by the late crime reporter Ellen Killoran.

While he has never given a public interview about his disappearance, media interest in Kubacki’s story continues to grow. He’s currently in negotiation with the audio production company Novel about creating a podcast series related to his story.

Kubacki is also featured on The following programs and journalists have already agreed to interview Kubacki in support of a book release include:

  • Earthfiles (230,000 YouTube subscribers), hosted by Linda Moulton Howe
  • The Missing Enigma (182,000 YouTube subscribers)

Dylan Quarles promotes his writings through his popular TikTok, and is a regular guest on podcasts including Wait, Whaaat Are You Watching?; Stamper Cinema; Had to Be There; Booklover’s Café, and more.

Social Media:

There are already hundreds of discussions, from Reddit boards to conspiracy-curious blogs, filled with speculation about what really happened to Steven in 1978.

The hashtag #stevenkubacki has been viewed more than 2.3 million times on TikTok.

More than 6.5 million viewers have watched the many YouTube videos featuring Steven’s story.

Dylan Quarles reaches more than 1,000 followers through his Author and book-related Facebook pages, and a rapidly growing TikTok following, drawing 40,000-60,000 views on his conspiracy-based posts.