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08 Larissa Sam

Larissa Sam went missing from Indianapolis Indiana in 2015


007 Alianna DeFreeze

The school system, witnesses, and the public failed 14yo Alianna Defreeze when she was abducted in Ohio. But her parents are trying to make sure it doesn't happen again.


006 Marsa Gipson

A rock thrown off an overpass, a woman dead, her murder unsolved. Can Marsa Gipsons murder be solved before its too late? This weeks episode is a quick one from Indiana.


003 Brenda Sue Schaefer

This weeks case takes us to Louisville, KY. It's a case that happened when I was 4, but one that I grew up hearing about. It was a notorious case for the area. To this day, the case is told as a cautionary tale about how even the most guilty suspect can still get away with their crime. The 5th amendment of the constitution of the united states of america, reads in part “nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb”. In today's...


002 Eliazar Ruiz

When a young child goes missing, you expect a certain sequence of events to happen. The caregiver searches everywhere they can think of. They contact the police. Then the news. There are searches, pleas, hope. You expect to see family and friends out, trying to do everything they can to find answers, never giving up. And even if the caregiver is the one responsible, still, someone notices that the child is missing. Other family members, daycare, neighbors....


001 Patrick King

In 1995 the population of Winslow, in south west Indiana was around 868, a number that hasn't changed much over the last 23 years. With a population that small, almost everyone knows each other, so the news of someone going missing is even more of a shock to the community. Most of these missing person cases are solved relatively quickly. Usually because the person left on their own for reasons they didn't share with anyone. That's why when you try to report an adult missing, police...