Indigenous true crime stories. The goal of this podcast is to bring awareness to the many, many cases of missing and murdered indigenous people in North America
Episode 16: Angela McConnell
26 year old Angela had dreams of becoming a a writer, a journalist, maybe even a nurse...but those dreams were abruptly ended when she was found murdered in a transient camp 2.5 hours away from the reservation where she grew up. Almost three years later...
Episode 15: Joyce and Teresa
This is the story of two little girls in one small town that were both involved in horrific hit-and-run accidents 10 years apart. Their deaths were tragic, preventable, and changed their family's lives forever. This is the story of Joyce and Teresa.
Episode 14: Lauren Holmes
Lauren Holmes was a 23-year old mother of three. She had her whole life a head of her, but a series of events one Easter weekend in 2013 would change her family's life forever. This is the story of the murder of Lauren Holmes.
Episode 13: Casey Young
Casey Young was a 21 year old Lumbee girl who was found dead under mysterious circumstances In 2009. Was It suicide? Was she murdered? To this day her death provides more questions than answers.
Episode 12: Jap Locklear
Jap was a 71 year old Lumbee man found murdered In his neighbor's home In 2012. With no explanation, no arrests, and no information for the family his case has turned cold. This week we hope to bring some form of justice to Jap's family.
Episode 11: Marcey Blanks
Marcey was only 18 years old when she violently murdered In her home. Years later Marcey's family is still seeking justice for her.
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I've enjoyed every episode! Keep it up girls, you're doing great work!!!!
I’m enjoying your podcasts and look forward to listening every week. The stories are heartbreaking, compelling and very well stated. You are doing an honorable work. Our people deserve to have these stories told. You both are here for “such a time as this”! Thank you and keep up the good work.
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