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SURVIVED: Jaycee Dugard
11-year-old Jaycee Dugard was abducted as she was walking to school in June of 1991. No one would see her again for 18 years, until two campus police officers did what parole and police officers couldn’t. But her story isn’t just one of survival – it’s one of strength, resiliency, and life after tragedy.
MISSING: Anthonette Cayedito
When a 9-year-old girl vanishes from her home overnight, investigators must try and overcome a lack of evidence and follow a number of shocking, but ultimately dead-end tips that have them convinced she is still out there somewhere more than 3 decades later.
MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF: Nadia Malik
Nadia Malik was trying to break free of an abusive relationship when she disappeared only to be found dead in a car. And while her family and many others are sure that one person is responsible for her death, the mysterious circumstances have made finding justice elusive.
MISSING: Heather Teague
A young woman is abducted in the middle of the day, and despite seeming like an open and shut case, her family is still searching for answers almost 30 years later.
MURDERED: The Short Family
When Michael and Mary Short are found murdered in their Virginia home in August of 2002, the question on everyone’s minds is: where is their nine-year-old daughter Jennifer? But as weeks go by with no solid leads, authorities grow more and more concerned that they won’t find Jennifer alive. And those worries only intensify when a homeowner across state lines finds something horrifying in his front yard.
MISSING: Arianna Fitts
When Nicole Fitts is found murdered in a park in San Francisco, both her family and law enforcement have the same two questions: who killed her, and where is her 2-year-old daughter, Arianna? The investigation into Arianna’s disappearance leads them right to the people who were supposed to be watching her... but they quickly realize that this case won’t be easy solve.
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I absolutely LOVED the Jaycee episode. It was great to hear from the survivor herself, a professional in trauma, as well as the discussions around the words used in true crime. I really like that this podcast walks the talk through advocacy and going beyond sharing stories for entertainment. Bravo.
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Ashley Flowers is a wannabe journalist and plagiarist.
I love listening to this podcast!