A podcast dedicated to telling the stories of Black girls (0-17) who have gone missing in the United States. Some have been found. Some are still missing. Some we have lost forever. Whatever her story, we want to tell it. We explore disappearances from their beginnings, going over timelines of events, looking at the evidence, and recounting witness testimonies. We dig as deep as we can to uncover the truth about their disappearances.
Ep. 210 COLD CASE: Janteyl Danielle Johnson
15 year old Janteyl Johnson left school early because she was pregnant and not feeling well. When her brother arrived at home Janteyl was nowhere to be found.
Ep. 209 MISSING: Tiffany Michelle Goines
She was only supposed to run an errand for a neighbor and play with her friends for awhile but a few weeks shy of her 13th birthday Tiffany Goines disappeared and never returned home.
Ep. 208 | MURDERED: Taylor Rose Williams
After an #AmberAlert that had the South on high alert, Taylor Rose Williams remains were found several hours away from Jacksonville, FL where she lived with her mother, Brianna. In this episode, we'll go over details not highlighted in the news stories about this ongoing case in hopes of making sense of this devastating loss.
Ep. 207 | MISSING: Myra Lewis
After being left alone in the front yard of her rural home, Myra Lewis vanished on a warm Saturday afternoon. With her mother away shopping and her father in the house, it would be several hours before anyone realized the round-faced toddler was missing. In this episode, we try to piece together possible leads and discuss the treatment Myra's family receives from local law enforcement.
COLD CASE: Shemika Cosey
16-year-old Shemika Cosey went to her cousin's house in Berkeley, Missouri for a sleepover and vanished overnight. Police never searched for her despite her mother reporting her disappearance immediately. Join us as we maneuver through the confusing details.
COLD CASE: Cleashindra Hall
18 year old Cleashindra Hall had a bright future as a pediatrician ahead of her, until she disappeared without a trace one night in May, just before her high school graduation. With a plethora of clues but no leads, Pine Bluff Police remain stumped and her family without answers.
Because black and brown children don’t get the attention as the white children, n I’m tired I appreciate ur efforts but I’m looking forward to doing a podcast like crime junkies n dateline for all the black missing children. I’m a nurse and mother so I’m working on this diligently boys and girls of color that’s what I’m doing trying to get backing but I will start On YouTube if I have to if u want to collaborate ok but I’m doing it either way so I a appreciate your focusing on r girls but it’s boys too
I hope you ladies are coming back.
This podcast digs deep and gives cases I had never heard about. I hope you ladies are coming back.
I really love to listen to the podcast but I’m a truck driver and it’s hard for me to listen then only time I can hear is when I’m about to call it a night so if you could speak a little louder that would be great and also keep up the good work since I am over the road I love to try to help find some of these missing girls and do what ever I can to help