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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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Benjamin Redfearn

Benjamin Redfearn

2020-05-2558:41

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.This episode was sponsored by:Nutrafol- Go to Nutrafol.com and use promo code VANISHED for 20% off.
Alicia Navarro

Alicia Navarro

2020-05-1801:05:565

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

2020-05-1101:26:185

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

2020-05-0401:13:0912

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.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

2020-04-2701:13:5016

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

2020-04-2001:21:0314

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

2020-04-0601:11:5315

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.
Veronica Blumhorst

Veronica Blumhorst

2020-03-3001:26:4213

On September 20, 1990, after her usual night shift at the local grocery store in Mendota, Illinois, Veronica Blumhorst clocked out at 1:07am. She walked out to her car with her coworkers, they said goodnight and Veronica headed home. She had mentioned to her coworkers that she was really tired and planned to just go home and go to bed. Veronica's mom woke up around 2am and noticed Veronica's car parked in the garage. She assumed Veronica was in bed and went back to sleep. When her brother woke up that morning, he looked for Veronica because she was supposed to drive him to school. He was confused because her car was there but he could not find his sister anywhere. She was last seen by her coworkers at the grocery store and in the almost 30 years that have passed, Veronica has never been seen again.If you have any information about the disappearance of Veronica Blumhorst, please call the Mendota Police Department at 815-539-9331. You may also call Special Agent Brian Wentz with the FBI at 708-349-0004.If you would like to follow Veronica’s story on social media, you can visit “Remember Veronica Jill Blumhorst.”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.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.Nextdoor- Go to Nextdoor.com/VANISHED to sign up and see what is going on in your neighborhood. 
Arianna Fitts

Arianna Fitts

2020-03-2301:09:598

On April 1, 2016, 32-year-old Nicole Fitts told her roommate that she had to run a quick errand to meet someone at a restaurant close by. Nicole’s 2-year-old daughter, Arianna, had been staying with some babysitters in a nearby city while Nicole worked. Nicole had decided it was time to pick up her toddler after the babysitters made excuses for not giving Arianna back. She took some money from an ATM, went to pay the babysitters and retrieve Arianna. Nicole never came home. One week later, Nicole was found murdered in a San Francisco park. Her body was discovered in a shallow grave covered by a wooden board. Her daughter, Arianna, has never been seen again.If you have any information about the disappearance of Arianna Fitts, you are urged to call the San Francisco FBI at 415-553-7400. You may also call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST. If you have any information about the murder of Nicole Fitts, please call the San Francisco Police Department homicide division at 415-553-1145. There is a $10,000 reward being offered by Nicole’s employer, Best Buy, for any information that will aid investigators in finding Arianna.If you would like to follow Arianna’s story on social media at: Help Find Baby Arianna Fitts.This episode was sponsored by:ThirdLove- Go to ThirdLove.com/Vanished now to find your perfect-fitting bra AND get 15% off your first purchase!The RealReal- Shop in-store, online or download the app, and get 20% off select items with the promo code REAL.Ritual- Visit Ritual.com/Vanished for 10% off your first 3 months of Essential for Women vitamins.Sundance Now- Try Sundance Now free for 30 days by going to SundanceNow.com and use promo code VANISHED.You can find new episodes of The Vanished, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY.
Rachel Conger

Rachel Conger

2020-03-1601:29:0822

Back in March of 2008, 30-year-old Rachel Conger had recently split up with her husband, Paul. Rachel and her daughter, Amber, moved to a new home in Como, TN. Rachel borrowed a truck from a friend so she could move some furniture to her new place. On the evening of March 12, 2008, Rachel told her daughter that Paul was coming to stay the night. She said he was off his medication and not acting right. Rachel told Amber that she was trying to keep him calm. She warned her daughter that if anything happened, for her to climb out the window and call for help. Rachel’s daughter went to bed that night and when she woke up the following morning, her mom and Paul were gone.If you have any information about the disappearance of Rachel Conger, you are urged to call the Henry County Sheriff’s Office at 731-642-1672.You can follow Rachel's case on Facebook at Bring Rachel Home.This episode was sponsored by:Bombas- Go to Bombas.com/VANISHED and get 20% off your first purchase.Quip- Get a free refill pack with the purchase of a Quip electric toothbrush. Visit GetQuip.com/vanished.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.Best Fiends- Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play.You can find new episodes of The Vanished, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY.
Rhonda Day

Rhonda Day

2020-03-0943:3912

On July 28, 2018, Rhonda Day left her home in Lebanon Junction, Kentucky, she was planning to spend the evening at friend’s house. Her friend said that she arrived and stayed there until the following morning. When Rhonda failed to return home when she said she would, her grandmother immediately became concerned. This was not like Rhonda. They contacted her friend and he said that he had seen Rhonda in his driveway on the morning of July 29th. With no sign of Rhonda or her car, her family went to the police. On August 3, 2018, Rhonda’s blue Chevy Aveo was found a little over a mile from her friend’s home. Despite extensive searches of the area, no trace of Rhonda has been found. If you have any information about Rhonda Day’s disappearance, you are urged to call the Louisville Metro Police Department at 502-574-7111 or their anonymous tip line at 502-574-LMPD.You can follow Rhonda's story on Facebook at: Rhonda Day Missing.This episode was sponsored by:The RealReal- Shop in-store, online or download the app, and get 20% off select items with the promo code REAL.Betabrand- Get 20% off your first order when you go to Betabrand.com/Vanished.DoorDash- Download the DoorDash App and enter promo code VANISHED to get $5 off your purchase of $15 or more.You can find new episodes of The Vanished, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY.
Ritchie Collins

Ritchie Collins

2020-03-0201:17:0119

Ritchie Collins went missing in early 2019. The exact date of his disappearance is currently unknown. A neighbor reported seeing him at his home in Bellingham, WA but the exact date on that is fuzzy. However, he had not texted anyone since March of 2019. Ritchie has been described by those who knew him best as a loner, so it would not be uncommon for a few days or even weeks to go by without hearing from him. Ritchie’s family had been trying to get ahold of him for weeks but then on April 30th, Ritchie’s car was found parked at the Colonial Creek Campground at North Cascades National Park. The keys to his car were on top of the vehicle. According to a park ranger, the vehicle had been there for weeks. The park where Ritchie’s car was located is filled with trails that stretch for seemingly endless miles. So far, after extensive searches, no sign of Ritchie has been found. As they began looking closer at the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Ritchie Collins, they discovered numerous bizarre clues that don't add up to any one single conclusion.If anyone has information regarding the whereabouts of Ritchie Collins, you are urged to contact Detective Ken Gates at 360-778-6613.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.Worthy- Go to worthy.com/VANISHED to get started.You can find new episodes of The Vanished, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY.
Serenity Dennard

Serenity Dennard

2020-02-2401:26:4825

Back in early 2019, 9-year-old Serenity Dennard had been living at the Black Hills Children's Home in Rockerville, South Dakota. She had been living at the home since July of 2018. Her adoptive parents had placed her there after her behavior became too difficult to manage along with their other children at home. Serenity was on track to complete a one-year residential program at the children’s home in July and return to her adoptive parents. However, on the morning of February 3, 2019, she ran away from the home while staff members were distracted. She was last spotted by an incoming visitor, standing at the cattle gate near the road. Severe winter weather came through later that day, and Serenity had on snow boots, but no coat. She has never been seen again.If you have any information about the disappearance of Serenity Dennard, you are urged to call the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office at 605-394-6115. You can also call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678 or 1-800-THE-LOST.You can follow Serenity's story on Facebook at: Serenity Alert SystemThis episode was sponsored by:FirstLeaf- To get the exclusive intro offer of six bottles of wine for only $29.95, plus free shipping, go to firstleaf.com/VANISHED.The RealReal- Shop in-store, online or download the app, and get 20% off select items with the promo code REAL.You can find new episodes of The Vanished, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY.
Marcie Crane Peterson

Marcie Crane Peterson

2020-02-1701:06:3919

On October 30, 2003, 28-year-old Marcie Crane and her husband were staying at a hotel in Marietta, Georgia. The two had been estranged but were trying to rekindle their relationship. While her husband was out running errands, Marcie disappeared. Before she left, she gave a housekeeper the key to the room and asked her to give it to her husband. That is the last time that anyone heard from Marcie.After her disappearance, several suspicious stories began to surface. A man who lent Marcie money had allegedly threatened her. Another man who she had previously dated and worked with for many years in the real estate business, he moved to another state and cut off contact with Marcie's family. Her family later learned that he had been using a fake name. Her family was also wary of her husband because she hadn't known him long and met him online. More than 16 years have passed since Marcie was last seen and her family feels like they are no closer to finding out the truth.If you have any information about the disappearance of Marcie Crane, you are asked to call the Cobb County, Georgia Police Department at 770-499-3862.You can follow Marcie’s story on social media at: Missing -Marcie Crane.This episode was sponsored by:Betabrand- Get 20% off your first order when you go toBetabrand.com/Vanished.ThirdLove- Go to ThirdLove.com/Vanished now to find your perfect-fitting bra AND get 15% off your first purchase!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.You can find new episodes of The Vanished, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY.
David Lovely

David Lovely

2020-02-1055:5525

In August of 1985, 19-year-old David Lovely and his family were moving from their home in California to Massachusetts. David’s mother and sister were driving the moving truck while David rode his maroon 1978 Model 1100 Yamaha motorcycle. Every 30 miles or so, the family would stop to check on one another. During one stop in Evanston, WY, David told his family he wanted to continue on and that he would meet up with them at the next rest stop. At some point, David stopped in Fort Bridger, WY and called his aunt from the Bingo Truck Stop to tell her that his motorcycle had broken down. He said another man, who also had a motorcycle, had helped him fix whatever the issue was. David asked to his aunt to relay this message to his family when they called her at their next stop. Sadly, this would be the last time David’s family would hear from him. Nine days later, his motorcycle was found by campers on a dirt road near Sweetwater County Airport in Rock Springs, WY, but there was no sign of David.If you have any information in regards to the whereabouts of David Lovely please call Sweetwater County, Wyoming Sheriff's Department 307-872-6350, Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation 307-777-7181 or Huntington Beach, California Police Department 714-536-5641.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:Ritual- Visit Ritual.com/Vanished for 10% off your first 3 months of Essential for Women vitamins.The RealReal- Shop in-store, online or download the app, and get 20% off select items with the promo code REAL.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.You can find new episodes of The Vanished, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY.
Paige Johnson

Paige Johnson

2020-02-0301:14:5522

On September 23, 2010, 17-year-old Paige Johnson left her mother’s home in Florence, Kentucky to go hangout with a friend, Jacob Bumpass. At some point during that evening, Paige sent a message to her sister, saying “girl call me now, I need to talk to you ASAP.” Paige never returned home after that evening, and that is the last time anyone has ever heard from her. Jacob claims that he dropped Paige off at intersection in nearby Covington, KY, close to where her sister was staying. More than nine years later, Paige’s family is still waiting for her to come home and searching for answers as to what happened on the night that September night.If you have any information about the disappearance of Paige Johnson, please call the Covington Police Department at 859-292-2222. You may also call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.UPDATE: On March 25, 2020, it was announced that a passerby found human remains in Clermont County, Ohio on Sunday, March 22, 2020. Those remains have been identified as Paige Johnson. This episode was sponsored by:Quip- Get a free refill pack with the purchase of a Quip electric toothbrush. Visit GetQuip.com/vanished.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.Bombas- Go to Bombas.com/VANISHED and get 20% off your first purchase.You can find new episodes of The Vanished, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY.
Audrey Herron

Audrey Herron

2020-01-2701:23:2021

On August 29, 2002, 31-year-old Audrey Herron finished up her shift at the healthcare facility where she worked in Catskill, NY around 11PM. She walked to her Jeep with some coworkers and said goodnight. The night was dark and rainy, however, Audrey had been making the same commute back and forth to work for years. According to her husband, Audrey never made it home that night and seemingly vanished into the night. Despite extensive searches, no trace of Audrey has ever been found. Over the years, many theories have surfaced as to what may have happened to Audrey on that rainy night more than 17 years ago.If you have any information about the disappearance of Audrey Herron, you may call the New York State Police at 518-622-8600.You can follow Audrey's case on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/192440030551/This episode was sponsored by:Zola- Go to Zola.com/MIA and use promo code SAVE50 to get 50% off your save the dates.Betabrand- Get 20% off your first order when you go to Betabrand.com/Vanished.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.You can find new episodes of The Vanished, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY.
Brock Holmes

Brock Holmes

2020-01-2054:4818

23-year-old Brock Holmes was last seen in Sultan, Washington on the evening of October 7, 2009. He played pool and had some drinks with friends at a local bar, and then headed across the street to a restaurant before ending up at the home of two of his friends. Two stories would emerge about Brock leaving the home that night, one was that he got into a car and the other that he left on foot to walk several miles home. Brock never made it home and he was never seen or heard from again.  If you have any information about the disappearance of Brock Holmes, you are urged to call the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office at 425-388-3849.You can follow Brock’s case on social media at Missing: Brock Holmes.This episode was sponsored by:ThirdLove- Go to ThirdLove.com/Vanished now to find your perfect-fitting bra AND get 15% off your first purchase!FirstLeaf- To get the exclusive intro offer of six bottles of wine for only $29.95, plus free shipping, go to firstleaf.com/VANISHED.You can find new episodes of The Vanished, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY.
Judith Geurin

Judith Geurin

2020-01-1357:1614

Judith Geurin was last seen in Sodus Point, NY in late January of 1991. Her boyfriend said that Judith had left to move to Florida but the only thing missing was Judith. She had left behind all of her belongings, even her car. The police did not have any reason to suspect foul play so Judith's case went cold for many years. There is no record of Judith accessing her finances or using her social security number after January of 1991. Years later, police began to suspect that Judith had been the victim of foul play.If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Judith Guerin please call the Wayne County Sheriff's Office at 315-946-5773 or 315-946-9771.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:Quip- Get a free refill pack with the purchase of a Quip electric toothbrush. Visit GetQuip.com/vanished.You can find new episodes of The Vanished, completely ad-free, only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/wondery and use promo code WONDERY.
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Comments (696)

ID18353528

You are an amazing woman! God bless you!! What is your Facebook?

May 24th
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Jessica Houdersheldt

heartbreaking. I feel for her mother so bad. prayers for you and your family for a safe return of Alicia.

May 21st
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Rhonda F.

This is a very sad story and I feel for her family. The Internet is a double edged sword; it opens up a whole new information source of information. Unfortunately there will always be people that figure out a way to use it for criminal purposes. Predators are very resourceful to find ways to attract vulnerable victims.

May 20th
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Cindy Harris

I live in Arizona and have never heard about this missing child. this poor mom. shame on anyone that said its her fault. I too have children with autism. my oldest is non verbal and my youngest is hi functioning. They both are amazing on the computer. my youngest can do things I didnt know were possible. it doesnt matter what I do to try to control what he is doing on the computer he can get around it. I will look for her daughter everytime I'm in the community now. this is not her moms fault. how terrified her mom must be. I will keep this family in my prayers.

May 19th
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Suzanne Smith

probably

May 15th
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Megan Langreck

I am a bit ashamed that her family thinks that the man's wife and son could have had her had her killed. Or that of it was Joe, that it was "not premeditated". Come on. He was the last one to see her. She had not made a nuisance of herself or a thorn in the side -- to the man's wife!! But she was about to become quite a nuisance to Joe. Now *they* are being naive. One could wonder if any other "girlfriends" of his disappeared and just have not been mentioned. Or even noticed.. There is no end to the man's sliminess. And since there is no end to his sliminess, there are probably many reasons someone else would want him dead besides his wife and son.

May 12th
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Megan Langreck

This Joe Monster is a POS. But it is profoundly sad that she, Rebecca, actually expected - and wanted - him to divorce/discard his wife to be with her. Even when she believed the wife was dying of cancer. It is profoundly sad and disgusting.

May 12th
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Megan Langreck

Infuriating that known pimps/traffickers were targeting this girl from Middle School, going so far as to target her on the school playground - yet *she* was the one who had to be briefly segregated from society in a locked facility. Why is it never the case that the pimps and traffickers get arrested and imprisoned? Why do they get to walk around free, doing what they do while cops look on?

May 12th
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Chyvonda Bennett

it sounds to me that they are more worried about possible drug use than finding the baby. they want the parents an ate fishing for ways to get them. they arent hunting for baby!!!!!!!!

May 11th
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Megan Langreck

With doing my best not to sound judgemental, I don't understand how one simply "moves on" from losing a child this way. I certainly did not expect to hear from the mother, since I cannot imagine myself having the strength in the same circumstances to open myself up to the public. I am appalled at the attitude of LE in this case not to mention the bizarre hostility of the local community. I would be more appalled if I were not toughened up by listening to nearly every episode of this podcast and finding that bizarre attitudes and behaviors are commonplace in missing persons cases. And I am more or less like, "Idaho Falls ..... again?" Deorr Kunz, the Vallow and Ryan children, and this little girl. And probably more that are unknown.

May 7th
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AE88

This is a super sad story, obviously, but I could listen to the psychiatrist all day long.

May 4th
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Randy “BigDaddyWong” Rodgers

Carol fucking Baskin

Apr 30th
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Anita Simaganis

really blame the ndns?? typical

Apr 29th
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Hilda Martinez

The daughter shouldn't even be allowed to speak on this matter. She was 3 when her dad killed her mother and has no memory of her. Just saying! How does a man claim to love his wife when he "lost his memory and had no recollection of ever being married"?

Apr 28th
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Callie Ander

why are these folks so closed off to the idea of him being involved with drugs either selling or doing them getting involved with the wrong crowd and getting murdered over it . so very sad I hope this family gets answers 💔

Apr 27th
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Apple Betty

This is the CLEAREST interview I’ve ever heard on this podcast. Usually the interviews are really hard to hear with poor sound quality. I’m hoping that the rest of the interviews sound this clear from here on out because I really like this podcast.

Apr 26th
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Megan Langreck

I can see why the daughter has been called naive. It is a frustrating situation for sure, and it must have taken quite the amount of courage for her to participate in this podcast. But she has clearly "chosen" her father over her mother. She has chosen to believe the worst of her mother -- with all evidence to the contrary -- rather than the slimmest possibility that her father may have done something and that he tells too many strange lies. Her deceased grandparents left her a closet full of unopened gifts, returned by her vindictive father. And she refers to these sad and devastated people as "HER side of the family". As if they are the evil ones.

Apr 24th
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Sandy Culver

Someone needs to look hard at the son's acquaintances and the church people. Not all who go to church are good. Otherwise this case is one that is truly mystifying.

Apr 23rd
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Kacey Lynn Piña

I feel bad for Meghan because she doesn’t know it or is in denial but her dad killed Her mom. From what I heard I don’t believe Kerry would of left her daughter. Tracey was shady and made up a weird story about her leaving and it doesn’t make sense. I agree with Kerry’s family that her husband killed her.

Apr 21st
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Apr 21st
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