23 episodes

Where is Cleo? Taken by child welfare workers in the 1970’s and adopted in the U.S., the young Cree girl’s family believes she was raped and murdered while hitchhiking back home to Saskatchewan. CBC news investigative reporter Connie Walker joins the search to find out what really happened to Cleo.

Missing & Murdered: Finding Cleo CBC

    • 4.6, 5.2K Ratings

Where is Cleo? Taken by child welfare workers in the 1970’s and adopted in the U.S., the young Cree girl’s family believes she was raped and murdered while hitchhiking back home to Saskatchewan. CBC news investigative reporter Connie Walker joins the search to find out what really happened to Cleo.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
5.2K Ratings

5.2K Ratings

PebDZ ,

I was immediately hooked!

I came across this podcast trying to find a good true crime podcast. I listen to the very first episode and was immediately hooked. The host is great at what she does. I finished all 20 episodes in about a week. I wish they’d do more. I also enjoyed learning about the history. Some episodes of Finding Cleo were pretty emotional. I definitely shed a few tears.

ZaZa McClain ,

Wanted to But Couldn’t

I really wanted to give this podcast 5 stars but I couldn’t the host is borderline irritating.

1) You have to remember you’re calling people when they are just getting in from work, people have families etc... I ANSWER THE PHONE WHEN I SHOWER! It maybe someone calling with an emergency!

2) I think you could have answered better questions. You’re a reporter ASK THE QUESTIONS THAT WILL GET THE ANSWERS !!!

3) Lots of dead air/ space leaving time for the person you’re interviewing to hang up!

Good but not great!

Eddieriv1101 ,

Bad journalism!

Both stories are trajic & deserve to be told in a proper manner. Lilian’s children were not scooped up randomly. She attemped to give them to the scoopers a FEW times & her own son didn’t care for her because of the bad childhood he had with siblings due to her priorities of partying, drinking and staying out all night. She had a bad childhood & was selfish enough to continue the cycle. She should have STOPPED it like her children did. These cases are still being repeated by all ethnic groups & the government still doing what they think it’s best not their fault we have bad people pretending to be good & foster.

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