22 episodes

Season 3: Trouble in Sweetwater
Violence. Retaliation. Disappearances. The Navajo Nation is 27,000 square miles of remote terrain with just over 200 tribal police officers. This season on Stolen, Connie Walker’s investigation into the cases of two missing women leads her on a search for justice in a place where people say you can get away with murder.
Reporting for Stolen: Trouble in Sweetwater was supported by the International Women’s Media Foundation’s (IWMF) Fund for Indigenous Journalists reporting on issues related to Missing & Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP) with a concentration on women, girls, Two-Spirit, and transgender people.

Season 2: Surviving St. Michael's
Last May, investigative journalist Connie Walker came upon a story about her late father she'd never heard before. One night back in the late 1970s while he was working as an officer in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, he pulled over a suspected drunk driver. He walked up to the vehicle and came face-to-face with a ghost from his past—a residential school priest. What happened on the road that night set in motion an investigation that would send Connie deep into her own past, trying to uncover the secrets of her family and the legacy of trauma passed down through the generations.
In Stolen: Surviving St. Michael's, Connie unearths how her family's story fits into one of Canada's darkest chapters: the residential school system.


Season 1: The Search for Jermain
In 2018, a young Indigenous mother named Jermain Charlo left a bar in Missoula, Montana, and was never seen again. After two years and thousands of hours of investigative work, police believe they are close to solving the mystery of what happened to her. We go inside the investigation, tracking down leads and joining search parties through the dense mountains of the Flathead Reservation. As we unravel this mystery, Stolen: The Search for Jermain examines what it means to be an Indigenous woman in America.
Stolen is hosted by Connie Walker.

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    • 4.8 • 288 Ratings

Season 3: Trouble in Sweetwater
Violence. Retaliation. Disappearances. The Navajo Nation is 27,000 square miles of remote terrain with just over 200 tribal police officers. This season on Stolen, Connie Walker’s investigation into the cases of two missing women leads her on a search for justice in a place where people say you can get away with murder.
Reporting for Stolen: Trouble in Sweetwater was supported by the International Women’s Media Foundation’s (IWMF) Fund for Indigenous Journalists reporting on issues related to Missing & Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP) with a concentration on women, girls, Two-Spirit, and transgender people.

Season 2: Surviving St. Michael's
Last May, investigative journalist Connie Walker came upon a story about her late father she'd never heard before. One night back in the late 1970s while he was working as an officer in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, he pulled over a suspected drunk driver. He walked up to the vehicle and came face-to-face with a ghost from his past—a residential school priest. What happened on the road that night set in motion an investigation that would send Connie deep into her own past, trying to uncover the secrets of her family and the legacy of trauma passed down through the generations.
In Stolen: Surviving St. Michael's, Connie unearths how her family's story fits into one of Canada's darkest chapters: the residential school system.


Season 1: The Search for Jermain
In 2018, a young Indigenous mother named Jermain Charlo left a bar in Missoula, Montana, and was never seen again. After two years and thousands of hours of investigative work, police believe they are close to solving the mystery of what happened to her. We go inside the investigation, tracking down leads and joining search parties through the dense mountains of the Flathead Reservation. As we unravel this mystery, Stolen: The Search for Jermain examines what it means to be an Indigenous woman in America.
Stolen is hosted by Connie Walker.

    Stolen Season 3: Trouble in Sweetwater

    Stolen Season 3: Trouble in Sweetwater

    Violence. Retaliation. Disappearances. The Navajo Nation is 27,000 square miles of remote terrain with just over 200 tribal police officers. This season on Stolen, Connie Walker’s investigation into the cases of two missing women leads her on a search for justice in a place where people say you can get away with murder.
    This reporting was supported by the International Women’s Media Foundation’s Fund for Indigenous Journalists: Reporting on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Two- Spirit and Transgender People (MMIWGT2S).
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    • 2 min
    Stolen Season 2: Surviving St. Michael's

    Stolen Season 2: Surviving St. Michael's

    Last May, investigative journalist Connie Walker came upon a story about her late father she'd never heard before. One night back in the late 1970s while he was working as an officer in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, he pulled over a suspected drunk driver. He walked up to the vehicle and came face-to-face with a ghost from his past—a residential school priest. What happened on the road that night set in motion an investigation that would send Connie deep into her own past, trying to uncover the secrets of her family and the legacy of trauma passed down through the generations.
    In Stolen: Surviving St. Michael’s, Connie unearths how her family's story fits into one of Canada's darkest chapters: the residential school system.
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    • 2 min
    Episode 1: The Police Officer and the Priest (S2 Surviving St. Michael's)

    Episode 1: The Police Officer and the Priest (S2 Surviving St. Michael's)

    One night back in the late 1970s, an officer in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police pulled over a suspected drunk driver. When he walked up to the vehicle, he came face-to-face with a ghost from his past: a residential school priest. That officer was journalist Connie Walker’s late father. What happened that night on the side of the road compelled her to return home to Saskatchewan nearly 40 years later to try to investigate a secret in her own family. What she uncovers is a much bigger story.
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    • 38 min
    Episode 2: Tikinê (S2 Surviving St. Michael's)

    Episode 2: Tikinê (S2 Surviving St. Michael's)

    There are things in every family that no one ever talks about. In Connie’s family, the truth of what really happened to the Cameron kids in residential school has largely remained unspoken. But when Connie breaks that silence and begins asking questions, her Aunties and Uncles start telling their stories—and naming names.
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    • 47 min
    Episode 3: Don't Play With This (S2 Surviving St. Michael's)

    Episode 3: Don't Play With This (S2 Surviving St. Michael's)

    After hearing allegations from members of her family against two priests, Connie sets out to investigate these men and their work at St. Michael’s. What she discovers is alarming. But when Connie shares her findings with a survivor who knew her father, he issues a stark warning that leaves her reeling.
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    • 50 min
    Episode 4: Not a Place to Be (S2 Surviving St. Michael's)

    Episode 4: Not a Place to Be (S2 Surviving St. Michael's)

    After operating as a residential school for more than 100 years, St. Michael’s burned to the ground in 2001. Dozens of survivors, including Howard, went to the school grounds to watch the building burn. What really happened inside those walls? The students of St. Michael’s share their stories.
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    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
288 Ratings

288 Ratings

Fifty Shades of boredom ,

Honor and courage for Indigenous people everywhere

I’m glad these stories are being told.
The plight of indigenous people everywhere at the hands of Colonial rule ,is a Insidious hold That destroys cultures and individualism all over the world .

Diamonds and Rust ,

Great reporting

Horrible and disgusting and so incredibly sad. I feel like everyone should know about the indigenous peoples of America and Canada and the horrific atrocities committed against them.

Noompa1981 ,

The host with the most

Connie Walker is a brilliant investigative reporter. Her concern and compassion for indigenous communities is unmatched. Great podcast!

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