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Host David Ridgen joins victims' family members as they investigate cold cases, tracking down leads, speaking to suspects and searching for answers. S1: Adrien McNaughton. S2 Sheryl Sheppard. S3: Dee ...
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S1 & S2 Update and what's next

S1 & S2 Update and what's next

2017-09-1800:16:5947

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.
S3 Dee & Moore - Preview

S3 Dee & Moore - Preview

2017-10-2400:01:216

All six episodes of SKS Season 3: Dee & Moore will be available on Tuesday, November 7th, 2017.
S4 Greavette - Preview

S4 Greavette - Preview

2018-01-2900:35:384

In SKS Season 4: Greavette, David Ridgen continues the work he began nine years ago, investigating the murder of Wayne Greavette.
Introducing: Finding Cleo

Introducing: Finding Cleo

2018-03-0800:35:4917

Taken by child welfare workers in the 1970s and adopted out to the U.S., a Cree family believes their sister was raped and murdered while hitchhiking home to Saskatchewan. Host Connie Walker joins the search to find out what really happened to Cleo.
S1 Update: Final Response

S1 Update: Final Response

2018-03-2900:18:2320

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

2018-07-0300:09:257

Updates on Seasons 1 through 4. And an announcement: SKS will be back with Season 5 in October 2018.
Introducing: Escaping NXIVM

Introducing: Escaping NXIVM

2018-09-1200:36:2719

NXIVM calls itself a humanitarian community. Experts call it a cult. Uncover - the new investigative series from CBC Podcasts - looks into the group, its leader Keith Raniere and one woman's journey to get out. Subscribe to Uncover: Escaping NXIVM now.
David follows up on tips, rumours and accusations surrounding the Kerrie Brown case, and tracks down more potential suspects.
On June 12, 1999, 15-year-old Sharmini Anandavel disappeared. Journalist Michelle Shephard returns to an investigation that has haunted her for 20 years. Subscribe to Uncover: Sharmini now: hyperurl.co/uncovercbc
Introducing Hunting Warhead

Introducing Hunting Warhead

2019-11-0500:04:042

A new investigative series from CBC Podcasts and the Norwegian newspaper VG. Hunting Warhead follows an international team of police officers as they attempt to track down the people behind a massive child-abuse site on the dark web. Listen at hyperurl.co/huntingwarhead
David Ridgen considers whether he should create the podcast Someone Knows Something.
S1 Episode 1: The family

S1 Episode 1: The family

2016-03-0100:24:1874

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

2016-03-0700:28:4343

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.
S1 Episode 3: The theories

S1 Episode 3: The theories

2016-03-1400:38:4553

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.
S1 Episode 4: Hello, Adrien?

S1 Episode 4: Hello, Adrien?

2016-03-2100:28:2020

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.
S1 Episode 5: Breeze & Grief

S1 Episode 5: Breeze & Grief

2016-03-2700:28:0728

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

2016-04-0300:31:4931

The cadaver dogs continue their search for the scent of human remains in the Holmes Lake area.
S1 Episode 7: First Attempt

S1 Episode 7: First Attempt

2016-04-1000:34:1535

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.
S1 Episode 8: Clyde Forks

S1 Episode 8: Clyde Forks

2016-04-1700:38:5034

Two psychics pointed to the remote town of Clyde Forks in their readings of Adrien McNaughton's fate and whereabouts. Could the missing boy have grown up in a secluded town an hour's drive from his family home?
S1 Episode 9: What we know

S1 Episode 9: What we know

2016-04-2400:13:0217

The investigation pauses as the search divers wait for Holmes Lake to thaw. In the meantime, SKS revisits the people, information and new leads that have been uncovered in the case so far.
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Comments (375)

Megan Langreck

Diane is a good person and 100% love and decency. It makes me angry about how her "friend" sh^% on her. And, as it turns out, her husband. He is one lucky man to have had her, and to still have her trying to get justice for him.

Nov 26th
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Megan Langreck

Don't think this was a "jealous husband" who murdered him. That kind of person would have wanted to get up close, probably would not have meant for the kids and wife to get caught up in it. These are some tenacious kids he has. Leesa is unimpressive and easy. She was the wife's friend, and that is just so slimy. These "kids" are better people than me.

Nov 26th
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Christina Mahs

Her boyfriend obviously killed her. That poor girl.

Nov 22nd
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ScOrPiO89

The RCMP on this case is a complete joke!!! Clearly no one working there is competent and doing their job even remotely well!! The woman (Janet I think her name is) is clearly lying and covering up as well as the two officers that were on the case back when this actually took place. What a huge f**k up all for the sake of not having to put more work in because they were busy trying to frame a (probably) innocent man. Do the right thing and make it right!! This episode is infuriating. My thoughts go out to Kerrie's family.

Nov 15th
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christine picard

crackhead

Nov 13th
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Erin Schroeder

this isn't playing for me. "Broken source"

Nov 11th
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Nicholas Crawford

love this series, sad story. but Right! is darn near.. right! right?

Nov 9th
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Megan Langreck

Dude says he never said it: instant credibility. Woman says she clearly remembers he said it because it has bothered her ever since, and takes risks and faces discomfort to confront the Dude about it: maybe she mis-heard, maybe it was misconstrued. Another woman with professional experience notices changes in body language and demeanor: not good enough, the Dude says he doesn't know and never said it.

Oct 29th
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Megan Langreck

"....we did the best we did...." < exactly. Ex friggin zactly.

Oct 29th
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Megan Langreck

Oh Jxsxs. Thank G_d for this retired LE guy. He is honest and he confirms what I suspected about the town. LE today have a lot of effed up evidence to dig through, keep the pressure on. If they don't do their jobs then they are accomplices to rape and murder.

Oct 29th
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Megan Langreck

The proximity to the Cree community is interesting in one respect. Previous information about the closed campground is interesting too. I do not believe that anyone from the Cree community came over and did this, but certainly the type of men who *prey on* the Cree community would have been capable. If they found an equally easy prey to violently rape and murder, would it have made much of a difference to them? Primarily they would have wanted a vulnerable female.

Oct 29th
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Megan Langreck

oh Jxsxs G_d, did she mistake someone else's car for someone she knew??? Is that all that it took for those men to rape and murder her??

Oct 29th
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A Gannon

This man's love for his brother is so deep and so beautiful. What happened was a hideous crime, a tragedy, but it is so moving to hear the love that remains and it gives me a little hope for the future.

Sep 24th
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Brian Thornstrom

sweet. new show. kinda

Sep 23rd
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Toni Arnold

As I'm listening I'm screaming for you to remind this man there was no school on Friday!

Sep 21st
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Darren Jenkins

Right? That's very annoying. Right?

Sep 20th
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Rick Avila

what is up with the editing??? every episode has sections that repeat and random cuts mid sentence! besides that, great podcast

Sep 13th
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ABR

This Franklin Advocate lady really thinks she's "champion for the people". Sounds like you ain't champion of anything good in this world, honey.

Sep 2nd
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Anita Simaganis

i lost a brother to uncalled for violence due to various missteps by crown prosecutor the case was let go. the person responsible was released from jail. i am so very happy for Thomas

Aug 31st
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Carly Tillotson

Couldn't the flashlight represent something in business dealings that went wrong? They dealt with various goods in business. Why else would someone need to buy a flashlight.

Aug 30th
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