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In a live Q&A from CBC Hamilton, David provides updates on the Adrien McNaughton and Sheryl Sheppard cases, as well as a sneak peek at what’s to come.
S1 Update: Final Response

S1 Update: Final Response

2018-03-2918:2933

In March 2018, David and his team of volunteers conduct a fourth search of Holmes Lake for Adrien McNaughton. It's the deepest and most thorough search to date and, with the help of cadaver dogs, leads to important discoveries.
S1 - S5 Updates

S1 - S5 Updates

2018-07-0309:2514

Updates on Seasons 1 through 4. And an announcement: SKS will be back with Season 5 in October 2018.
The final regularly-planned episode. New information about Melanie’s case continues to come to light. What does this mean for Celine and the case?
A closer look at the alibi of a person who has been on Celine’s radar for a while.
Melanie’s 10-minute walk home becomes 24 years of unanswered questions. Did someone see or hear her that night? And what about Celine’s suspicions about an old friend of the family?
Conversations with Melanie’s friends who were with her the day she disappeared. Could something they noticed help the investigation?
On September 28, 1996, Melanie Ethier says goodbye to her mother Celine, and goes to a friend’s house to watch a movie. Melanie is never seen again.
“Panic Mode”: An undercover police investigation appears to go south. The clock ticks on a criminal trial.
“Homefront”: David digs into the original investigation into Terrie’s murder. Was anything missed? And what did one of the children see?
“Firewood”: On April 29, 2002, Terrie Dauphinais was discovered on the main floor of her Calgary home. She’d been strangled. Responding officers find Terrie’s three young children locked in their rooms upstairs. Police have a suspect, but can’t move forward.
From David Ridgen, comes the new investigative podcast The Next Call. Tackling unsolved cases through strategic phone calls. In the case of Nadia Atwi, on December 8, 2017, Salwa Atwi arrived at her daughter Nadia’s home in Edmonton as part of their regular carpooling. But Nadia didn’t come outside, and the 32-year-old kindergarten teacher was never seen again. Edmonton’s Muslim and Lebanese communities pulled together to search in the days following. Initial searches seem promising, as Nadia’s car is found in a park with her phone inside, but four years later there is still no sign of her. More episodes are available at: smarturl.it/thenextcall
David Ridgen considers whether he should create the podcast Someone Knows Something.
S1 Episode 1: The family

S1 Episode 1: The family

2016-03-0125:04144

What happened the day five-year-old Adrien McNaughton wandered into the woods and was never seen again? How does a family grieve for someone who may still be alive? And where might he be today? SKS host David Ridgen returns to his hometown to investigate.
S1 Episode 2: Mr. Ring

S1 Episode 2: Mr. Ring

2016-03-0729:2867

Another witness was present in the moments leading up to Adrien’s disappearance. SKS host David Ridgen ventures into the backwoods of Eastern Ontario to find him.
SKS host David Ridgen speaks with those involved in the initial search for Adrien McNaughton, and weighs every available theory about the cause of his disappearance — from abduction to bear attack.
Is Adrien still alive? If so, what would he look like today? Forensic artist Diana Trepkov creates a series of age-progression sketches to help SKS in their quest to solve the mystery of McNaughton's disappearance.
Two cadaver dogs are brought in to search the area of Holmes Lake where five-year-old Adrien McNaughton was last seen.
S1 Episode 6: The scent

S1 Episode 6: The scent

2016-04-0332:5347

The cadaver dogs continue their search for the scent of human remains in the Holmes Lake area.
A divemaster prepares to search Holmes Lake before winter arrives ​and the lake freezes over. And John Gervais identifies the mysterious vehicle he saw at the lake the day Adrien disappeared.
Comments (642)

Ermelinda Benitez

I just listened to this episode and right after it finished my phone alerts me that the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade. This is a sad day.

Jun 24th
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Paij Inscki

I deeply hope nothing ever happens to the children in the Lavoie family but if it does, I hope they're treated with the same level of contempt that they have shown towards Sheryls family.

Jun 14th
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Erin Lovett

I used to love this podcast. I am so sick of the liberal spin on this last season. Bring back non biased story telling!!!!! Bring back non biased journalism!!!!! #biasedmuch

Jun 7th
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Mark Saltiel

killing people who provide abortions is murder.

May 23rd
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Janae Aston

the rcmp are trying so hard to save face on the fact they did NOTHING, with a call stating they killed someone. dropping the ball and screwing this case into the ground, is an understatement. it could have possibly been solved within the year of it taking place, had they done their damn job correctly.

May 23rd
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GD2021

now do one on the doctors who attack innocent babies and poison and dismember them.

May 4th
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Grace Hollyfield

as an American viewer, this could not have come out at a better time. thank you for all you guys do. very excited for the new season.

May 4th
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Elizabeth Burgett

I feel like there is a lot of "leading the witness" in the questioning in season 2. I found myself having a "who farted" face a lot during the interviews in season two. Might want to talk to ethical professionals in the legal field on tactics as to how to properly word questions.

Apr 29th
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Tracy Bannerman

My favourite podcast. You have a way of making the listener feel like they are there and you have a special way of telling the story with rawness. You have wonderful compassion and repore with each family. Love your work and can't wait for more!!

Mar 30th
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Happy Day 😊

we absolutely Need a new season!! will is happen any time soon?

Feb 22nd
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Suey

also, I will add that her saying "we've put this all behind us" is even more atrocious. If any of them cared at all about this or had nothing to hide, putting it behind them wouldn't be an option. Usually when you love/care about someone that has died or got lost you, yes, you rebuild your life, but you don't put them and their not being here "behind you". Who says that? I bet she has to put it behind her because she needs to believe that Mike is "innocent". So many other people surrounding this case haven't "put it behind them"...! They have suffered and agonized about her being missing, even if they weren't even that close with her. How interesting that someone who is practically family can't be bothered.

Feb 17th
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Suey

What a trashy horrid family. Pat's answer for "why didn't you or Mike join in the search?" is the most dismissive, self centered answer a human being can give in this scenario. I think getting cameras "shoved in your face" in no way outweighs doing your bit in helping to find someone that your son supposedly loves. That standard goes double for Mike. If any of my loved ones went missing like that my first priority is to find them and to help in any way. cameras are a small price to pay if the possible outcome in helping can be to find someone. Hearing the way she talks today about Sheryl and keeping in mind that she went "crying" to Odette when it just happens is all the more suspicious that she knows more than she is saying. I think she is helping to cover up her boy's crime.

Feb 17th
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Suey

I genuinely can't decide if Trevor's presence in this interview with Ian was a good or bad idea? On one hand he's calling Ian out on his bullshit so that he can't give false information, but on the other hand the tension might have hindered some aspects of the interview.

Nov 23rd
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Crystal Hardwick

Dave sounds suspish

Nov 11th
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Danielle Beeaff

Can you do a Go Fund me account or something to help pay for the search for Donnie’s remains?

Oct 28th
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Danielle Beeaff

I hope they get a search warrant to look at all property that’s associated with Shane. He may have the coffee can with Donnie‘s ashes stored and possibly forgotten somewhere. They need to search the property where Donnie was burned a lot more closely. Maybe even bring Train dog to smell for ashes? There could be a tooth of Donnies somewhere…. They need to keep looking.

Oct 27th
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Danielle Beeaff

I believe Kyle. His story has been consistent. I can understand Kyle not remembering every detail. I believe he did push it out of his mind to survive the experience. I believe that deep down he has a conscience about what happened. He also says he did a lot of drugs which would help one to disassociate from reality. He was loyal to Shane and he says Shane could be very cruel. There are a lot of people in abusive relationships in this world, that also applies to homosexual relationships as well!.

Oct 27th
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Danielle Beeaff

I don’t understand why the police didn’t interview Kyle in the first place. They only interviewed Shane. Could this be discrimination against possibly gay men? That a gay man was murdered and maybe the same attention was not brought to this case that a heterosexual couples might have had? I wonder….

Oct 26th
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Elya Cummins

His mom is in total denial..Mike killed her

Sep 9th
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Aleisha Torquato

Ed is definitely a Narcissist. He even tries to imply his son could of done it. He is super guilty. He rambles. The way he talks makes me think he is definitely on drugs or has a manic mental health disorder.

Aug 23rd
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