15 episodes

The Night Time Podcast presents 'Emma Fillipoff is Missing' a series exploring the 2012 disappearance of Emma Fillipoff from Victoria, BC.
When a passerby places an emergency call reporting Emma in severe distressed and shoe less on a busy downtown intersection. The police would respond. After speaking to Emma and determining she was not at risk, they would leave her in much the way they found her.
There has not been a confirmed sighting since.
In this ongoing series, Emma's heart breaking story will presented using interviews with those who know her best.
(www.nighttimepodcast.com)

Emma Fillipoff is Missing Jordan Bonaparte

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    • 4.7, 165 Ratings

The Night Time Podcast presents 'Emma Fillipoff is Missing' a series exploring the 2012 disappearance of Emma Fillipoff from Victoria, BC.
When a passerby places an emergency call reporting Emma in severe distressed and shoe less on a busy downtown intersection. The police would respond. After speaking to Emma and determining she was not at risk, they would leave her in much the way they found her.
There has not been a confirmed sighting since.
In this ongoing series, Emma's heart breaking story will presented using interviews with those who know her best.
(www.nighttimepodcast.com)

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
165 Ratings

165 Ratings

_maypril9 ,

Sad, but amazing story

I’m only on episode 4 and I am already very intrigued with this podcast. This man does an amazing job at telling her story. This story is also very frustrating though. Emma is a very... strange/different girl. I do truly believe this girl had/has bipolar or some form of mania. It’s almost as if she was diagnosed with something prior her disappearance, we’d have a better idea of what exactly happened/where she is. I also don’t think the boy had anything to do with her disappearance. Emma played mind games with him and he fell into her interesting life. I think she was abducted and murdered.

✨Gypsigirl✨ ,

Excellent

First, I want to send love to Emma’s friends and family. Second, I want to stress how good this podcast is in all that does-storytelling, production value, etc. It’s a ‘don’t miss’ podcast!! If you like Missing Alissa, you’ll love this podcast too.

Teerochelle ,

Just started

Just started the podcast, and leaving a 5 star review for the effort alone. It’s an important message. One bit of advice, fix the main summary of the podcast. The sentence that starts, “When a passerby placed a call.” It’s just noticeably wrong sentence and I wouldn’t want someone to blow off an important podcast over that, seems silly... but it happens! Hope you guys help find her!

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