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The Vanished is a true crime podcast that explores the stories of those who have gone missing. The Vanished goes beyond conventional news reports to take a deep dive into the story of a different missing person each week. Host Marissa Jones brings you exclusive interviews with family members, friends, law enforcement and experts. What will The Vanished uncover next?

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Allyson Watterson Part 2

Allyson Watterson Part 2

2020-08-0401:04:343

On June 20, 2020, 20 year old Allyson Watterson’s remains were found near North Plains, Oregon, very close to the last place she had been seen with her boyfriend. In Part 1 of Allyson Watterson’s story, we covered the discovery of her body, the story of her life and relationship with her boyfriend Benjamin, and spoke with law enforcement about their investigation into her disappearance. Allyson disappeared on December 22, 2019 after a weekend of odd, unexplained events that culminated in her disappearance. In part 2 of Allyson’s story, we take a deep dive into those events and unravel the mystery of what happened to Allyson.If you have any information about the disappearance or death of Allyson Watterson, please contact your local law enforcement agency or the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 503-846-2700. This episode was sponsored by:Sleep Number- You’ll only find Sleep Number at one of their 600 Sleep Number stores nationwide. Visit sleepnumber.com/VANISH find the one nearest you.
Allyson Watterson Part 1

Allyson Watterson Part 1

2020-08-0301:00:467

20-year-old Allyson Watterson disappeared just before Christmas in December 2019. Allyson was a young woman with her entire life ahead of her, trying to figure out what she wanted to pursue as a career path. She was last seen by her boyfriend on December 22, 2019, and his stories about that day were shaky, at best.  He claims that they walked into the woods and got separated. His stories on how they got separated vary. Ben emerged from the woods the following day and Allyson was never seen again. While we were working on this story, on June 20, 2020, the remains of Allyson Watterson were found not far from where Ben said he last saw her.  Though she is no longer missing, telling her story is still important.  This week’s two-part series tells the story of Allyson Watterson, her love of life, the tragic loss her family has endured, and their continued search for answers.. If you have any information about the disappearance or death of Allyson Watterson, please contact your local law enforcement agency or the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 503-846-2700. You can follow Allyson’s case on social media at: IN LOVING MEMORY: ALLYSON WATTERSON.This episode was sponsored by:Best Fiends- Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play.DoorDash- Download the DoorDash App and enter promo code VANISHED to get $5 off your purchase of $15 or more.
Kenna Harris Part 2

Kenna Harris Part 2

2020-07-2801:15:206

On March 31, 2020, 25 year old Kenna Harris packed her backpack with her medications, a yoga mat, and some other belongings, and headed out of her Monroe, Washington home. As you learned in Part 1 of Kenna’s story, she was due to report for her shift at a local Walmart. She usually took a bus to that location but she told the bus driver to go on without her. That is when she left on foot and took some money out of her bank account. Then, she got on a bus headed for Snohomish, Washington. She got off near a shopping center there and was spotted in a Subway. Kenna left on foot and has not been seen or heard from again. In this second installment of Kenna's story, we are going to to dig a little deeper, learn more about the search efforts for Kenna, hear from the investigator tasked with finding her and explore the various theories in the case.If you have any information about the disappearance of Kenna Harris, please contact your local law enforcement agency or the Snohomish County, Washington Sheriff’s Office at 425-388-3845. You can follow Kenna’s story on social media at: Please Find Kenna Harris.Dr. Taft earned a bachelors, masters and doctorate in psychology from Baylor University. He has been a licensed psychologist since 2000. He has served the Corsicana community in private practice since 2002 and was the Director of Clinical Services at the Corsicana Residential Treatment Center from 2000-2005. Dr. Taft provides clinical counseling services, consultation services, and forensic services.Web: https://www.prtaftandassociates.com/philip-r-taftFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/pftraftandassociates/
Kenna Harris Part 1

Kenna Harris Part 1

2020-07-2701:01:5511

On March 31, 2020, 25-year-old Kenna Harris carefully packed a backpack with her medications, a yoga mat, and some of her other favorite belongings. Kenna then headed out of the family home in Monroe, Washington. There was a bus that was supposed to take her to her shift at work that day, but Kenna didn’t go to work and told the bus driver to go on without her. Instead, she walked to a nearby bank, withdrew some money, and then traveled via public transit to nearby Snohomish, Washington. It was after she arrived in Snohomish that she disappeared without a trace. Investigators were able to track her last known movements via an intricate web of surveillance footage and phone pings. In the months since Kenna disappeared, she has not been seen or heard from again. This is a story about Kenna, her life, and the mystery of her disappearance.If you have any information about the disappearance of Kenna Harris, please contact your local law enforcement agency or the Snohomish County, Washington Sheriff’s Office at 425-388-3845. You can follow Kenna’s story on social media at: Find Kenna Harris.This episode was sponsored by:Luminess Air- Go to TrySilk.com/VANISHED to get 60% off your Luminess Silk 4 in 1 Airbrush System.
Danielle Bell

Danielle Bell

2020-07-2055:185

In September of 2001, 14-year-old Danielle Bell was living with her mom in Pensacola, Florida.  Her parents had recently divorced and it was a difficult time for Danielle.  On the evening of Friday, September 28, 2001, Danielle left to go to a party even though her mother had instructed her to stay home.  She was seen at a high school party that evening by some of her friends.  Later, she was seen at a different party with much older men.  After that, no one has ever seen or heard from Danielle again.  Following her disappearance, some disturbing details would surface about people who were in Danielle’s life but it remains unclear if they had anything to do with what happened to Danielle.You can follow Danielle's case on Facebook at: Missing Child Danielle Bell.This episode was sponsored by: Function of Beauty- Go to FunctionofBeauty.com/VanishedPod to get 20% off your first order.
Jacob Cabinaw

Jacob Cabinaw

2020-07-1301:07:1611

On March 31, 2010, Jacob Cabinaw went to work and then spent the evening playing frisbee golf with friends. One of the friends reported that Jacob dropped him off at his car when they were finished and said Jacob was going back to his house to finish an assignment for one of his college courses that was due soon. However, Jacob never made it back to the home he shared with his mom. A few days later, his mother reported him missing to the local police. There were a few sightings and financial transactions over the next several days, but after April 2, 2010, Jacob Cabinaw was never seen or heard from again.If you have any information about the disappearance of Jacob Cabinaw, you are asked to call the Grand Traverse County Sheriff's Office at 231-995-5000.You can follow Jacob’s story on social media at Find Jacob Cabinaw.This episode is sponsored by:DoorDash- Download the DoorDash App and enter promo code VANISHED to get $5 off your purchase of $15 or more.Quip- Get a free refill pack with the purchase of a Quip electric toothbrush. Visit GetQuip.com/vanished.
Shannah Boiteau

Shannah Boiteau

2020-07-0601:17:295

22-year-old Shannah Boiteau was last seen on June 22, 2016 around 3:00 PM in St. Cloud, MN. Shannah and her boyfriend were driving from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin to California because Shannah allegedly wanted to see the ocean. She left a note for her family explaining why she was taking this trip. It was on this trip to California that her boyfriend claims that he and Shannah got into an argument. He said that she got out of the car and ran into the woods. This is the last time anyone saw or heard from Shannah Boiteau. She has now been missing for four years and her loved ones are desperate for answers.If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Shannah Boiteau please call Chippewa Falls Police Department 715-723-4424.You can follow Shannah’s case on Facebook at Help Find Shannah Boiteau.This episode was co-researched and written by Marissa Jones and Erika Gwynn. To find more of Erika's work, please check out her podcast at https://www.apexandabyss.com.This episode was sponsored by:Sleep Number- You’ll only find Sleep Number at one of their 600 Sleep Number stores nationwide. Visit sleepnumber.com/VANISH find the one nearest you.Best Fiends- Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play.Ritual- Visit Ritual.com/Vanished for 10% off your first 3 months of Essential for Women vitamins.Luminess Air- Go toTrySilk.com/VANISHED to get 60% off your Luminess Silk 4 in 1 Airbrush System.
Kimberly Flint

Kimberly Flint

2020-06-2901:24:268

On September 26, 2018, in rural Rusk County, Texas, a Jeep was found in a single vehicle accident with no drivers or passengers in the area. Police called the registered owner of the vehicle, James Flint, who stated that the Jeep belonged to his wife, Kim Flint. James Flint also told the police that Kim rarely drove the Jeep.  He was at work when the police called him so he drove home to check on his wife.   When James arrived home, Kim was nowhere to be found.   The area around Kim’s vehicle was searched thoroughly by multiple police agencies, dogs, drones, and other resources, but in the time since that day, no trace of Kim Flint has ever been found.If you have any information about the disappearance of Kim Flint, you are asked to call the Rusk County Sheriff’s Office at 903-657-3581. You can follow Kim’s story on social media at: Find Kim Flint.This episode was sponsored by:Function of Beauty- Go toFunctionofBeauty.com/VanishedPod to get 20% off your first order.
Trudy Appleby

Trudy Appleby

2020-06-2246:286

On the morning of August 21, 1996, Dennis Appleby left his Moline, Illinois home to head to work, leaving behind his 11 year old daughter, Trudy, to spend the summer day at home.  Around 9:30am, a neighbor saw Trudy with a man who appeared to be in his 20’s, with dark curly hair,  wearing a baseball cap.  The unidentified man was driving a silver or gray four door sedan.  Dennis came home from work that evening and was surprised to find his daughter wasn’t home.  He called his neighbors and some of Trudy’s friends but she wasn’t with any of them.  That is when Dennis called the police to report Trudy missing.  Trudy’s case went unsolved for more than 20 years but now, investigators believe they know who is responsible for Trudy’s disappearance.If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Trudy Appleby, please call the Moline Police Department at 309-524-2140.This episode was sponsored by:DoorDash- Download the DoorDash App and enter promo code VANISHED to get $5 off your purchase of $15 or more.Luminess Air- Go to TrySilk.com/VANISHED to get 60% off your Luminess Silk 4 in 1 Airbrush System.
Jason Dies

Jason Dies

2020-06-1501:11:276

In June of 1991, 20-year-old Jason Dies returned from Operation Desert Storm when the USS Horne docked in San Diego, California.  He was now on leave and had a month to report to a new duty station in Pensacola, Florida.  Jason never showed up and was classified as an unauthorized absentee and later a deserter.  Before Jason disappeared, he mailed some packages to his family back in Louisiana.  He phoned them and asked them not to open the packages.  The mystery of what was in the packages and what happened to Jason loomed over his family for years.  What had he sent them?  Military secrets?  Was there some kind of conspiracy?  When Jason’s younger cousin grew up, she embarked on a journey to find him.  She opened the packages and started pressing for answers.  If you have any information about the disappearance of Jason Dies, please call NCIS at 850-452-4211.  You can submit a tip online at https://www.ncis.navy.mil.
Christopher "Cole" Thomas

Christopher "Cole" Thomas

2020-06-0801:22:0014

22-year-old Cole Thomas had taken a break from college to work a construction job and earn some money. During the fall of 2016, he traveled from his home in Florida to work on a job in Minnesota. Right before Thanksgiving, a couple of co-workers that he had recently met asked Cole to drive them to North Carolina, presumably to spend the holiday with their families. Cole agreed to drive them but what he didn’t realize was that the people he thought were his friends, weren’t friends at all and that he was headed straight into danger that would cost him his life.If you have any information about the disappearance of Cole Thomas, you are asked to call the Benson, North Carolina Police Department at 919-894-2091.You can follow Cole's story on Facebook at Find Cole Thomas.This episode was sponsored by:Function of Beauty- Go to FunctionofBeauty.com/VanishedPod to get 20% off your first order.
Erin Gilbert

Erin Gilbert

2020-06-0101:00:0721

On July 1, 1995, 24-year-old Erin Gilbert traveled to a nearby fair in Girdwood, Alaska with a man she had recently met. Witnesses spotted Erin at the fair that day. According to her date, they had car trouble when they went to leave. He claims that he left Erin at the car and proceeded to walk around looking for a friend's house for two hours. He was unable to find his friend's house and returned to the fair but Erin was gone. He said he searched the fairgrounds and after no sign of Erin, called her sister, who also hadn’t seen her. That was 25 years ago, and to this day, no trace of Erin has ever been found.If you have any information about the disappearance of Erin Gilbert, you are asked to call the Alaska State Troopers at 907-428-7200.You can follow Erin's story on Facebook at: Finding Erin Marie Gilbert.This episode was sponsored by:DoorDash- Download the DoorDash App and enter promo code VANISHED to get $5 off your purchase of $15 or more.Quip- Get a free refill pack with the purchase of a Quip electric toothbrush. Visit GetQuip.com/vanished.Ritual- Visit Ritual.com/Vanished for 10% off your first 3 months of Essential for Women vitamins.
Benjamin Redfearn

Benjamin Redfearn

2020-05-2558:477

On July 20, 2017, 30-year-old Benjamin Redfearn left his home in Farmington, New Mexico to attend his daughter’s 6th birthday party. Ben and his daughter’s mother were no longer together but they were committed to co-parenting their child together and Ben was known to be a loving father. By this time, Ben was in another relationship and his current girlfriend was unhappy about him attending the party. On the way to the party, an argument ensued and his girlfriend stopped the car and let Ben out far from the party. Ben ended up walking the rest of the way and was three hours late. Everyone at the party noticed that Ben seemed upset and had a black eye. Ben’s dad gave him a ride home after the party ended. In the car, his dad pleaded with Ben to come back to California with him, he feared for his son’s safety. Ben declined the offer but stated that he didn’t want to go back into the apartment he shared with his girlfriend. Ben got out of the car and that was the last time his dad saw him. It was after this time that Ben dropped off radar. Months later, there was a sighting of Ben but it is unclear what happened to him and his family is desperate for answers.If you have any information about the disappearance of Benjamin Redfearn, please contact Detective Chavez with the Farmington Police Department at 505-566-2370. You can also call their tip line at 505-599-1068. If you would like to remain anonymous, you can call the San Juan County Crimestoppers at 505-334-8477.June 5, 2020 UPDATE: Today we learned that some of Ben’s friends listened to the podcast last week and felt compelled to contact law enforcement to disclose his location in another state. Detective Chavez asked local law enforcement in that location to reach out to Ben and they confirmed that Ben is alive. At this point, Ben has not spoken to his family. That is all the information we have at this time. Thank you all for listening and sharing!This episode was sponsored by:Nutrafol- Go to Nutrafol.com and use promo code VANISHED for 20% off.
Alicia Navarro

Alicia Navarro

2020-05-1801:05:5612

In the early morning hours of September 15, 2019, then-14-year-old Alicia Navarro gathered her laptop and her phone, wrote out a short note for her mom, and headed for the backyard of her family home. Once there, she stacked some chairs and climbed over the first wall around her home, then stacked a pile of leftover bricks to climb the outer wall. Alicia made it over the barriers designed to protect her family’s home and vanished into the darkness that morning. She has not been seen since.If you have any information about the disappearance of Alicia Navarro, you are urged to call the Glendale Police Department at 623-930-3000. You may also contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.You can follow Alicia's case on Facebook at: Finding Alicia.
Rebecca Modrall

Rebecca Modrall

2020-05-1101:26:1810

On February 5, 2019, 33-year-old Rebecca Modrall drove to one of the houses her boyfriend, Joe Coker, owned in La Quinta, California. Joe had called her and asked her to come over so he could cook her dinner. Rebecca was seen on camera entering the gated community where Joe lived. That was the last sighting of Rebecca Modrall. Rebecca had plans to meet up with a friend after visiting Joe, but she never made it. Her friend sent her numerous text messages and called her phone, but the messages went unread and the calls unreturned. Rebecca's family believes they know what happened to her but they wonder if money and political influence have gotten in the way of solving her case.If you have any information about the disappearance of Rebecca Modrall, you are asked to call the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office at 951-955-2450.You can follow Rebecca's case on Facebook at Justice For Rebecca Modrall or at http://justice4rebecca.org.This episode was sponsored by:DoorDash- Download the DoorDash App and enter promo code VANISHED to get $5 off your purchase of $15 or more.Best Fiends- Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play.
Acacia Bishop

Acacia Bishop

2020-05-0401:13:0916

On May 25, 2003, 18-month-old Acacia Bishop was kidnapped from her great-grandmother's home in Salt Lake City, Utah. Acacia’s grandmother took the toddler and ran while Acacia’s great-grandmother left the room to put her vacuum away. This was not the first time that Acacia was taken by her grandmother. This time, she took Acacia to Idaho where they spent the night in a motel. The following day, the pair was spotted by witnesses playing by the Snake River. That was the last known sighting of Acacia Bishop. Authorities believe that Acacia drowned in a botched murder/suicide attempt that day, while some of her family believes it was an elaborate ruse and that Acacia was given to another family to raise.If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Acacia Bishop, please call Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office at 801-743-7000.You can follow Acacia’s case on social media at Acacia Bishop Missing Child.For more information on psychologist, Dr. Taft, please visit his website or Facebook page.This episode was co-researched and written by Marissa Jones and Erika Gwynn. To find more of Erika's work, please check out her podcast at https://www.apexandabyss.com.This episode was sponsored by:Nextdoor- Go to Nextdoor.com/VANISHED to sign up and see what is going on in your neighborhood.Quip- Get a free refill pack with the purchase of a Quip electric toothbrush. Visit GetQuip.com/vanished.
Marshal Iwaasa

Marshal Iwaasa

2020-04-2701:13:5017

On November 17, 2019, 26-year-old Marshal Iwaasa visited his mother in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. He helped her with some tech problems and then left late in the evening, despite his mother’s pleas for him to stay the night. He told her that he was headed back to Calgary, where he had been renting a room from a local family and attending school. However, Marshal didn’t go back to Calgary that night, and has not been seen or heard from since. A week later, Marshal's truck was found about 13 hours from where he was last seen. The truck was in a very remote area and completely burnt out.If you have any information about the disappearance of Marshal Iwaasa, please call the Lethbridge Police Department at 403-328-4444. You may also call Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Additionally, you may leave a tip at p3tips.comYou can follow Marshal's case on social media at FIND MARSHAL IWAASA.This episode was sponsored by:Ritual- Visit Ritual.com/Vanished for 10% off your first 3 months of Essential for Women vitamins.Nutrafol- Go to Nutrafol.com and use promo code VANISHED for 20% off.
Kerry O'Brien Krueger

Kerry O'Brien Krueger

2020-04-2001:21:0315

On December 5, 1989, 31-year-old Kerry O’Brien Krueger allegedly told her husband that she had to catch a last-minute flight to Wyoming to attend a trade show for work after another coworker asked her to attend in their place. The plan was that she and a co-worker would travel from Burlington, Wisconsin to Chicago where they would take a flight to Wyoming. Kerry’s husband, Tracey, told investigators that he remembers her kissing him goodbye at 4:30AM on December 6 and that she asked him to take care of their three-year old daughter, Megan, while she was gone. A neighbor reported that they saw black car parked outside of the home around that time. After Kerry disappeared, a bizarre series of events began to unfold and more than 30 years later, Kerry's case remains unsolved.If you have any information about the disappearance of Kerry O’Brien Krueger, you are urged to contact Investigator Heather Spranger with the Racine County Sheriff’s Office at 262-636-3367 or the local Crimestoppers at 888-636-9330.This episode was sponsored by:DoorDash- Download the DoorDash App and enter promo code VANISHED to get $5 off your purchase of $15 or more.Best Fiends- Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play.
Noemi Gonzalez

Noemi Gonzalez

2020-04-1340:5611

On the evening of February 11, 2014, Noemi Gonzalez spoke to some of her siblings on the phone and nothing seemed amiss. At the time, her adult son was temporarily staying with Noemi and he was the last known person to see Noemi in her North Miami, FL home around 2:00am on February 12, 2014. He had woken up to use the restroom and he saw Noemi was asleep. He went back to bed and by the time her son woke up the next morning around 8 am, Noemi was gone. She had left all of her belongings behind, including important medication, her purse and phone. Noemi has been missing for more than six years and her family has not given up home that one day, they will find her.If you have any information about the disappearance of Noemi Gonzalez, please call the North Miami Police Department at 305-891-0294. You can also submit a tip anonymously through Miami Dade Crimestoppers at 1-800 346-8477.You can follow Noemi’s case on Facebook at Noemi Gonzalez Missing Person.This episode was sponsored by:Best Fiends- Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play.
Sandy Rea

Sandy Rea

2020-04-0601:11:5316

On September 19, 1984, 17-year-old Sandy Rea was last seen at the Windsor Bowling Alley in Shawnee, Oklahoma. At the time, Sandy’s cousin was working at the bowling alley and the two had a brief conversation. Sandy made a phone call but it’s unclear exactly who she called. She mentioned to her cousin that she was going to a party and asked if he wanted to join her. He declined, he couldn’t abandon his shift. Her cousin walked away to go clean a lane and around 8:30PM, when he looked up, he saw Sandy walking out of the bowling alley. This is the last confirmed sighting of Sandy Rea.  More than 35 years later, her family is still searching for answers.If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Sandy Rea, please call the Shawnee Police Department at 405-273-2121.You can follow Sandy's case on Facebook at: Remember what Really happened in Shawnee.This episode was sponsored by:Nextdoor- Go to Nextdoor.com/VANISHED to sign up and see what is going on in your neighborhood.Sakara- Sakara is offering our listeners 20% off their first purchase when you go to https://www.sakara.com/vanished?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=vanished and enter code VANISHED at checkout.Quip- Get a free refill pack with the purchase of a Quip electric toothbrush. Visit GetQuip.com/vanished.
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Cristina Corales

Too much repitition. It just goes on and on.

Aug 6th
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ADS

He killed her.

Aug 6th
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Marci Catanzariti

Praying for his family, especially his mother. Glad he was found, justice is next.

Aug 5th
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Melissa Z

rest in peace Chris 😔

Aug 5th
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ADS

She’s so pretty

Aug 4th
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Megan Langreck

Traumatic brain injuries can be so unpredictable. There are so many unknowns during the recovery period - which, realistically, is the rest of your life.

Jul 27th
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Toro Seduto

Why is the mother not guilty?

Jul 25th
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Toro Seduto

This is very sad. Two kids in love on an adventure. Shame on who didn't put in the work nor respected their families.

Jul 24th
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John Austin

Alfredo. Isn't that a Italian pasta dish? In this case, Alfredo is a steaming pile of shit and I hope he's getting passed around as a butt buddy in prison.

Jul 21st
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Megan Langreck

I guarantee you that community's sexual exploitation of minor girls/grown men preying on minor girls problem is a lot bigger than one guy. It has also likely been going on for so long that it is part of the local culture. Also it troubles me that one man in particular was singled out and given exactly what he deserves if not less -- while a certainly equally terrible and equally dangerous man (and men) is still walking among the human beings. And probably still being a predator. I think one or more grown men killed her. I think the type of crime, for the type of reason, is common. I, also, am shocked that this crime has not been solved.

Jul 20th
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Monnie Moores

My youngest did the same thing.I told her not to go anywhere while I was at work.Well, she thought she was all grown up and went to a party in Milton, which is just 20 miles from Pensacola.I was working a night shift this night.Not long after I get home , a cop comes to my house to inform me that my daughter has been involved in a stabbing, but thats all he said.Well, a friend of hers was killed protecting my daughter, from an military asshole, that was waiting for them at the home of her friend.Kids, Children, Young Aduts, please listen to your parents.We have been there and done that.It is our job to protect you.

Jul 20th
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Jane McCombs Gillespie

I also couldn't hear alot of the phone interviews..The Vanished is my favorite podcast and this was a disappointment..I hope that this is not going to be an on going problem..

Jul 17th
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Des Irrr

After this episode aired, friends called in to report his location in another state, which was verified by authorities, but he has not yet been in contact with his family. So maybe the mom was right and he just wanted to get away or was/is on the run. Glad he is alive!

Jul 16th
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Stephanie Wilkinson

i am loving the podcast so far but the first 3 episodes ive listened too have such poor audio quality it almost hurts to listen too. anyone else? or any tips? might have to stop cause its just not enjoyable

Jul 15th
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Megan Langreck

He has been gone too long. No way would this man have left this decent life and all these strong connections.

Jul 15th
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Toro Seduto

I can't even believe the police ONLY focused on the Mother lead. It's insane to me considering the evidence (how is it NOT interesting that a man was walking around with a baby in the middle of the night nearby and within time-line? Dumpster fire? The Megan coincidence? Jesus come-on). Her performance is Oscar-worthy if she is lying. These tears and sobs hit me as truthful sorrow.

Jul 15th
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Toro Seduto

Note to publisher: the audio quality on the phone interviews, is very bad. It's unfortunate. Is there any way to correct this in the future? Thank you.

Jul 14th
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Toro Seduto

Infuriating! #tiehertubes

Jul 12th
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Toro Seduto

Disgusting being, would probably continue having children and abusing them if she could. Just plain disgusting. Poor Jhessye, RIP.

Jul 12th
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Toro Seduto

Sad sad story, poor boy!

Jul 12th
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