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

Gangie321 ,

I’m in Nj

I stumbled upon this podcast by accident but then got hooked. I was shocked that I live in a neighboring town to where Cleo lived in NJ, and have been to many of the same places as the producers.

Empty nesting ,

Any more?

Was this a onetime show or are there any other stories you will tell? Will they be perhaps under their own name? Waiting for more with baited breath.

Conshy member ,

Not proper journalism

This case is interesting and if it had been investigated and portrayed properly, it could have been really good. But the journalist was extremely pushing and biased, she assumed guilt without any evidence and didn’t legitimately look at any other suspects. They had the one suspect who they harassed and then provided leading information to basically make the listener conclude that his unwillingness to be interviewed as admission of guilt and they never clarified that he was never arrested or charged with any crime and there was no evidence other than unverified testimonies. They basically stalked people, showing up to people’s houses unannounced, repeated cold calling and even showing up at a funeral to get an interview. They investigated with unnecessary urgency considering the case is like 20 years old and interviews can wait until the end of a funeral. The reality that there are thousands of unsolved murders of First Nation individuals and that injustice is lost because of this poorly made podcast.

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