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TADP Episode 31 – True Crime – Online How To’s on how to disappear
As most of my listeners by now have noticed that my podcast focuses on missing person’s cases so I figured why not look into the phenomenon that is the “how to disappear guides” that are floating around on the internet today. The internet is a very useful tool but when people create articles of this sort it can unfortunately give someone who is considering disappearing the tools to do so. These articles have been around for years but now are getting more and more present. I do not condone this, I simply want to talk about some of the things mentioned in these articles as a cautionary tale for those with loved ones who may use these guides. The more you know about these guides the more prepared you’ll be and more attentive you can be to the warning signs as well. I also want to discuss cases that I have already looked into where some of the things mentioned in these guides clearly are present in these people’s disappearances… Ok, before jumping into the guide, lets have a look at who are susceptible to run away and disappear and what drives them to do so. One that I’ve seen is children and especially teenagers running away from their families because of something that happened at home. Sometimes it can be something very small, for some people it doesn’t take much. Sometimes it will be a spouse looking to run away from an unhealthy marriage or situation. It could also be that someone is running away from law enforcement or even the IRS or immigration officers. Sometimes they will try and run away from a difficult situation, however sometimes there is no explanations. The guides list consequences to drying to disappear, mostly because this can lead loved ones to search for them and assume the worst. One legal ramification can be if a search party is sent out with the task of searching for you, the cost will need to be reimbursed once you are found. This is why people that have run away are reluctant to return home. There are also legal ramifications to those seeking to fake their deaths or to disappear since it’s a serious and potentially illegal act. Acquiring false documents and false identities is also a serious and illegal act. Now to the guide, the first thing they say is always travel alone. The odds of you being discovered increase significantly if you bring others especially a child. For example if you disappear with a child, you could be charged with kidnapping even if you had good intention. One of the other things it talks about is getting rid of personal possessions. In other words if someone you know decides to pack things up for no apparent reason, or starts selling or giving away their possessions, then you know something might be up. Another thing they say is to burn or destroy pictures of you because they say that family members and close friends will use the pictures to try and find you. They also say to abandon your car and to not bring any mementos since it will tie back to your old life and make you want to go back. So before you say, I know they would never leave without this or that, they probably left it behind on purpose. Something else they mention is to destroy your hard drive or wipe the hard drive so that none of your internet history which might lead back to you is recovered. Another thing they say is to slow down your online activity especially on social media with the eventual goal of deleting your facebook or twitter or other online profile you may have. They say this way investigators won’t have information to follow up on. The guide goes on to say leave early when your parents are sleeping or after school if your parents work late. The article is clearly targeting young people. The article goes on to say to get rid of plastic (debit and credit cards) and to carry cash and pay using cash only. It says consider riding a bike or travelling by train or bus or walking as these modes of transportation do not require a driver’s license. Flying anywhere is not recommended since you would need a...
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TADP Episode 30 – True Crime – Phylicia Thomas follow up
In this episode I discuss the disappearance of Phylicia Thomas with her family and their family friend Judy. If you have any information about the disappearance of Phylicia, please email findphylicia@gmail.com with the information or call the Pennsylvania State Police at 570-697-2000.
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TADP Episode 28 – True Crime – Phylicia Thomas missing
  Phylicia Albina Thomas has been missing since February 11 2004 from Lake Township Pennsylvanian. She is described as being 5 feet 6 inches tall. She is a Caucasian female with brown hair and blue eyes. Both of her arm are scared due to dog bites and she freckles on her face. Phylicia is also a cigarette smoker. At the time of her disappearance, she was wearing a rust colored wool sweater, a blue colored polo with the words pump and pantry on it and white pants and grey nike sneakers, a blue pump n pantry had and a homemade hemp necklace. Phylicia had finished her shift at the Pump-N-Pantry at approximately 11:30 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. on February 11, 2004. According to her co-workers, she was in good spirits when she left work. Afterwards, she went to her home in the vicinity of the 100 block of Route 118 in Lake Township, Pennsylvania. Her boyfriend, Ed Rudaski, says he was sleeping on the couch and woke up when she came in. They had a brief conversation and she asked him for a beer. He told her the beer was outside in his all-terrain vehicle (ATV), then he went back to sleep on the couch. When Rudaski woke up again an hour later and went to their bedroom, Thomas was not there. He drove his ATV to a friend's house, thinking she might be there, but she was not, so he went back to their home to wait for her return. She has never been heard from again. Rudaski believes Thomas left their residence of her own accord. There was no sign of forced entry to the house, and he heard no suspicious noises. Investigators believe Thomas's disappearance is suspicious. Rudaski has cooperated with the investigation and is not being called a suspect. The man who gave Thomas a ride home from work the evening of her disappearance has also been interviewed and cleared of suspicion. She was carrying her cigarettes with her at the time she went missing. Searchers found some mysterious notes while looking for Thomas. The notes alluded to a body which was supposedly behind the Mountain Fresh Supermarket in Pike's Creek, Pennsylvania. Police looked in that location but found nothing. The supermarket is only about a tenth of a mile from the Pump-N-Pantry where Thomas worked. Investigators searched the home of Steven Allan Martin, a friend of Rudaski's, for evidence relating to Thomas's disappearance. They would not say what, if anything, that they found. Martin claims he called the Rudaski/Thomas residence shortly after 11:30 p.m. on February 11 and spoke to Thomas. He says he asked to speak to Rudaski and she told him he was sleeping. This would corroborate Rudaski's version of events. Curiously, Martin is connected to the case of another missing young woman from Lake Township. He is the last person known to have seen Jennifer Barziloski, his girlfriend's eighteen-year-old sister, before she disappeared from Edwardsville, Pennsylvania in 2001. Shortly after she vanished, her friend, Phylicia Thomas, told her mother that she believed she knew what happened to her and that she knew who was responsible. Then, in 2004, Phylicia herself vanished without a trace. Then, in April 2010, Jennifer's skull was located in Hunlock Township. No other remains were uncovered. The cause of death is undetermined but her family believes she met with foul play. Her and Phylicia's cases remain unsolved. Some media accounts suggested that Thomas and Barziloski's cases were connected, but authorities have found nothing to support this hypothesis beyond the fact that the two women were friends and Martin was the last person known to have contact with them. He is, however, considered a person of interest in both cases. One of Martin's associates was Hugo Selenski, who was charged with several counts of murder after human remains were found in his backyard. Selenski confessed to several killings, including the murder of Hyun Jong Song, a college student who disappeared from State College, Pennsylvania in 2001 and was never found.
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TADP EP 27 – True Crime – Brandon Lawson Missing
  Brandon Lawson was a 26 year old man from San Angelo, Texas. He was an oil field worker and father of four children and he also had a common law wife named Ladessa Lofton. He is described as being 5 foot 9 inches tall and weighing approximately 230 pounds. He was a Caucasian male with brown hair and blue eyes. Lawson has multiple tattoos on his arms and has a scar on his chin and left knee and one of his ears is pierced. At the time of his disappearance, Lawson was wearing a yellow shirt, camouflage-print shorts and white 2013 Air Max shoes. August 8, 2013 was the last time that Brendon was seen in San Angelo, Texas. He and his longtime girlfriend got into an argument which led to Brandon leaving the home at around 11:54 p.m., with the intentions of going to his father's residence. Approximately 45 minutes later, Brandon called his brother Kyle to tell him that he had run out of gas. What is known is that following his phone call to his brother Kyle, something happened and Brandon phoned 911 and advised the dispatcher that he was "in a field" and needed help and that he needed a cop. The dispatcher heard Brandon say "I ran into somebody" and responded to him , "Ahhh, ran into them? Ok." Another call was made to 9-1-1, by a passer-by (Trucker) regarding Brandon's truck parked crooked on side of the road, posing a hazard. Kyle and his Kyle's girlfriend Audrey went out to bring Brandon their gas can. Kyle, and his girlfriend Audrey, phoned Ladessa to tell her that Brandon ran out of gas and he needed their gas can. Ladessa told him she would leave on the porch as she was going to have a shower and heading to bed. Kyle's check however did not clear in his bank account so he had no money to fill the gas can but figured when he got to Brandon with the can he would drive him to Stripes Convenient Mart and Brandon could pay for the gas...and he would drive him back to his truck and he and Audrey could be on their way back home. The truck was located on U.S. 227 four and a half miles south of Bronte, Texas, and close to a rest stop, and parked haphazardly. By the time Kyle arrived, at 1:10 am, August 9, 2013, there was no sign of Brandon. There was also a Sheriff's Deputy that arrived at the truck at about the same time as Kyle and Audrey. There was no visible damage to Brandon's truck and his keys and his cell phone were missing. It is understood that the Deputy, nor Kyle, were aware that Brandon phoned 9-1-1 asking for "a cop" as well as stating, "please hurry!" While talking with the deputy, Kyle received a call from Brandon, in which Brandon's cell was going in and out and he was hard to understand. Brandon claimed that he was "ten minutes up the road." He also mentioned that he was bleeding. The phone went dead at this point. What Kyle understood was "I'm in the field." Kyle, felt maybe Brandon was hiding in the field due to an outstanding warrant from 2 years ago (that Brandon himself just learned and was going to address it the following week) so Kyle made no mention to the deputy of Brandon being the phone call he was listening to. Had Kyle known Brandon phoned 9-1-1 he would never have assumed his brother was "hiding."It was confirmed that the gas tank was in fact empty. His cell phone was a Motorola Droid Razr. There was an extensive search of the area which turned up no sign of him, however; he has never been heard from again. Lawson’s family were unaware that he called 911 that night and only found out when they viewed his cellular phone records. At around 1:18 Audrey sent Brandon a text saying"A cop is at your truck" it is assumed she did such as she wanted to warn him due to his warrant. At this time they were not aware that he himself phoned 911 asking for a cop and to please hurry. In statements given to police, as explained by the family, they did admit Brandon's earlier call to them in which he told his brother, and Audrey, that "he was ten minutes up the road, and was bleeding.
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TADP EP 26 – True Crime – Bryce Laspisa Missing
On August 30, 2013, Bryce David Laspisa, a young 19-year-old man from Castiac California, went missing near Castiac Lake. It was discovered that Bryce drove away from Sierra College, where he had recently begun his sophomore year, with the apparent intention to return to his parents’ home in Laguna Niguel. Missing any hard evidence, Bryce’s disappearance has been surrounded mysteries and some painfully unanswered questions. Bryce is described as being 5 foot 11 inches tall and weighing approximately 170lbs. He is a Caucasian male with red hair and green eyes. He has a tatoo of a taurus bull head and his birthday in Roman numerals on his upper left arm. At the time of his disappearance Bryce was wearing a blue and white checkered Tshirt, white cargo shorts and size 12 red and white Nike shoes. Bryce was originally from Illinois and graduated from Naperville High School in 2012. After Bryce spent the summer with his parents, he appeared to be eager to start his sophmore year at Sierra College. Bryce’s friends however reported that he was drinking heavily and using prescription drugs during his first two weeks back on campus. He had also abruptly ended the relationship with his girlfriend and was under the influence the night he left campus. Also troubling was that Bryce had reportedly gaven away some of his possessions, including diamond earrings from his mother, before going on the road. The drive to his parent’s house should have only taken Bryce a few hours, however he was on the road for over 20 hours. During this timeframe, Bryce had his car serviced, he talked to his parents on several occasions and was even questioned by police. Everyone that spoke with Bryce, in-person and on the phone, insists that he was lucid during this strange timeframe. Police found it strange that Bryce was reluctant to call his parents on the phone and Bryce even told his mother not to come pick him up. Bryce mentioned to his parents he had something important that he wanted to discuss with them, however refused to give more information. What is it that Bryce wanted to talk his parents about and why was he reluctant to get home? These questions are central to the investigation for the police and also for the private investigator who have been working with Bryce’s parents. When taken into consideration his recent substance abuse and reported erratic behavior, many are questioning if Bryce had a psychotic break. Is Bryce currently living off the grid and not in the right state of mind to get in contact with his family? Bryce’s 2003 beige Toyota Highlander was found overturned. His laptop and wallet were still inside the vehicle. The back window of the vehicle had been removed and Bryce’s blood was located on the seats. Police are question if Bryce drove off the round intentionally, heading down a steep and rocky terrain towards the nearby Castiac Lake. Despite numerous searches following the troubling accident, investigators never located Bryce’s body and dogs tracked his scent from the crash site to a nearby gas station. Could Bryce have sustained a head injury or concussion and just wandered off? Regardless of Bryce’s mental state, police working the investigation do not believe that he met his demise at Castiac Lake. Next I want to discuss some of the search efforts in the days in weeks following his disappearance. UPDATE Sept 4 2013 – Police were called to a brush fire around 6 a.m. Wednesday about three miles north of Lake Hughes Road by a cyclist. When fire crews arrived, they instead found a burning body. There is some speculation the body could be Bryce but the medical examiner will need to determine the identity. (Body later identified as Lamondre Deon Miles). UPDATE on Sept 11 2013 – “They’ve been searching different areas, they’ve been searching by horseback,” Jones said. “We have all-terrain vehicles — we’re searching everywhere we can. We’re trying to search the whole area and leave no stone unturned,
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TADP EP 25 – True Crime – Dylan Koshman Missing
Dylan Koshman, a 21 year old young man from Moose Jaw, Sask, Canada was last seen on October 11, 2008 on the south side of Edmonton. Dylan is described as being 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighing approximately 181 pounds. He is also described as being a white male with hazel eyes and black hair. At the time of his disappearance, he was wearing white shoes and a black t-shirt. Both of his ears are peirced and he has a scar just below his eyebrow on the left eye and also another scar on his cheek which looks like a deep dimple. Koshman grew up in Moose Jaw, Sask., and moved in May 2008 to Edmonton where he had two cousins. It was the first time he had lived so far away from home and he was excited to begin his new life. He took a job working for a pipe fitting company and was in the process of getting an apprenticeship. Since he didn't know a lot of people in the city, Koshman spent much of his time going to the gym. On the evening of October 11, 2008 just hours prior to his disappearance, Koshman was attending a party with his cousins at their rented home in the area of 104 Street and 33 Avenue. Police say that the four young men began to argue and Dylan Koshman stormed off shortly after 2 a.m. Koshman had allegedly been drinking and his roommates asked him to leave after the argument. Koshman left from his backyard and was last seen at the southwest corner of 34 Avenue and Calgary Trail. He was reported missing to police by his girlfriend four days later on October 15th. There hasn’t been any activity on his cell phone or on his bank account since he disappearance. He hasn’t been seen or heard from since. Sgt. Neil Zurawell with the Edmonton police missing persons unit said that the investigation is still open and ongoing, however police haven't received any tips of late. Every leads that police has checked out failed to come up with the answers they were looking for. In order to generate fresh tips, a Crime Stoppers re-enactment has been made. Police aren't saying whether the case is suspicious because they don't have enough information. All they can do, said Zurawell, is keep an open mind, looking at every possible aspect. Koshman was a bodybuilder, soccer player, son and boyfriend and much more to those who knew him. His disappearance has left a hole in the lives of many. Every year just before thanksgiving, the family and friends of Dylan Koshman make the trip to 34 avenue and Calgary Trail in Edmonton to hold a vigil for the missing young man. Someone out there knows what happened to Dylan Koshman and I’m asking this person or persons to come forward and end the nightmare that his family has been through since his disappearance. “My family is struggling. Just because seven years has gone by doesn’t mean that we don’t feel the pain. In some ways it’s worse. With no answers we can’t really say goodbye to him,” said Melanie Alix, Dylan’s mother. “Until we get those answers, we’ll just keep searching.” she said. “I would beg you to come forward because we have suffered long enough,” said Alix. “We just want some closure, so we can have some peace in our lives.” If you have any information on the disappearance of Dylan Koshman, please contact the Edmonton Police Service at 780-423-4567 or if you wish to remain anonymous, you can call the Edmonton Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or submit your tip online at www.tipsubmit.com. Please reference the EPS file number 08-136304 when submitting your tip.
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TADP EP 24 – True Crime – Luke Joly-Durocher Missing
Luke Joly-Durocher, a 20 year old young man from Temiscaming, Quebec is described as being 5'8" and weighing approximately 150 pounds. Luke has dark curly hair, a slim build and braces on his upper teeth. At the time of his disappearance, he was wearing a dark navy American Eagle jacket, dark blue jeans and old New Balance black running shoes with green stitching. Luke was in North Bay in the District of Nipissing visiting with friends. He was staying with his friend at an apartment located at 683 Sherbrooke Street. Just before midnight on March 4, 2011, Luke and his friends went Cecil's Eatery and Beer Society. Luke was however denied entry into Cecil’s Eatery due to his level of intoxication. His friends were allowed entry into Cecil’s Eatery and remained at the bar without him. Luke was last seen on video being denied entry to the bar and leaving westbound on Main Street. Luke’s coat was later located at his friend’s apartment along with his cell phone and glasses. It’s believed that Luke did return to his friend’s apartment on Sherbrooke Street. Luke’s debit card was later found in a snowbank just down the street. Phone records indicate that the missing young man texted his father at 8:51 p.m. on the night of his disappearance. This was the last call recorded from his cellphone. His bank account hasn’t been accessed since the day he went missing, when he withdrew $20.   On June 14th 2016, the North Bay police and the Surete du Quebec searched a home on Boucher Street in Temiscaming for clues in Luke Joly-Durocher’s disappearance. The police arrived at 8 a.m. and were still at the scene late in the day. “We will find him. We're never going to give up,” said Rob Joly, Luke's father. “We're still looking to talk to anyone who may have some answers.” Joly said the heartbreak and pain hasn’t lessen over the years, even though his son has now been missing for five years. “It's not getting any easier even after five years.” "You know, it's my son and I can't give up. I want to do anything and everything that I can to let the public know that Luke is out there, and he's missing and we want him back," said Rob Joly. His father, Rob Joly, said he believes there is someone in the community that has information about his son and hopes the increased reward will encourage them to come forward. “As a father, you can’t give up hope on your son,” he said. He said that until he knows what actually happened, he still maintains the hope that “Luke’s coming home.” The young man's family has made countless pleas to the public and conducted numerous searches in hopes of finding answers. North Bay police did not say if anything was found at a Temiscaming home that was searched for almost 14 hours. Police say the investigation is open and ongoing. Witnesses said police remained at the scene until 10 p.m. and returned the following day searching for clues in the Luc Joly-Durocher case. The lead detective in the case says officers are sifting through recent tips to figure out which stem from false information and which are credible. After his disappearance, two women were charged with making up stories about what happened to him. Detective Dave Wilson said the misinformation has made it hard to figure out which leads are legitimate. The Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, in conjunction with the Ontario Provincial Police, are offering a reward of $50,000 for anyone who comes forward with information concerning the person or persons responsible for Joly- Durocher’s disappearance Someone out there has information about the disappearance of Luc Joly-Durocher and that person or persons could end the nightmare and grief caused to his family and friends. It just takes that one tip to bring closure to his family. If you have any information on Luc Joly-Durocher’s disappearance call the Ontario Provincial Police at 1-888-310-1122 or North Bay police at 705-497-5555.
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TADP EP 23 – True Crime – Tracy Ocasio Missing
Joe and Liz Ocasio lived every parent’s worst nightmare when their daughter Tracy went missing on May 27th 2009 at around 2:30am. Their daughter Tracy was born on August 10 1981. She was a 27 year old Orlando woman who was described as being 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighing 120lbs. She is a Caucasian female with brown hair and brown eyes. At the time of her disappearance, she was wearing either a dark colored hooded sweatshirt or Jacket, black tank top, jeans and a green and white baseball cap. Ocasio had attended highschool in Fredericksburg Virginia and had moved to Florida with her parents in 1998. She had worked in a series of restaurant and retail jobs the decade prior to her disappearance and was considering enrolling in college to study radiology. She has two pet lizards, two pet scorpions and a pet cat and her parents stated that she was a big Orlando Magic fan. She was actually watching an Orlando Magics game at the bar the night she disappeared. Foul play is suspected in her disappearance. The evening of her disappearance was the last time anyone ever heard from her again. Her vehicle, a two door chevrolet cobalt LS with the florida plate number J051EC was found unlocked and abandoned on Franklin St in Ocoee Fl at 7PM on May 27th. Her vehicle was located only 3 miles away from the residence that she shared with her parents. Her parents stated that it was very much out of character for their daughter to leave the vehicle in this area since it is not well lit and dark and their daughter was afraid of the dark. Her keys, wallet and her verizon LG voyager cell phone all went missing along with her. James Virgil Hataway is the prime suspect in the disappearance of Tracy Ocasio. She left the bar with him that night. He claims that she drove him home in the 100 block of Lyme St (which is near where her vehicle was located I might add). He also claimed that Tracy wanted to smoke marijuana however didn’t like the drugs he had and left quickly. Her cell phone record however completely dismiss Hataway’s story since her cell phone records show her being there until 8:30am. In other words, she leaves the bar with Hataway at 2:30am and is there until 8:30am (for six entire hours). What happened to Tracy Ocasio during that 6 hour period? After Tracy’s disappearance, James Hataway was arrested on drug related charges when police found drug related paraphernalia at his home. Hataway has a lengthy criminal record which includes robbery, burglary, theft, criminal mischief and possession of drug paraphernalia. Also, from 1993 to 1998, Hataway was in and out of juvenile hall. He has an extensive record of drugs, DUI and traffic violations. There are also some undeniable similarities between the disappearance of Tracy Ocasio and the disappearance of Jennifer Kesse. Both of their vehicle were found abandoned the same bars. Jennifer worked in Ocoee, the same city where Tracy Ocasio disappeared. In August of 2008, Rachel Clarke drove James Hataway home from a party, similarly to when Tracy Ocasio had driven James home. When they arrived at the location, they gave eachother a friendly hug, however when James’s advences were turned down by Clarke, James became very viloent. He began chocking Clarke, and when she exited the vehicle, he chased her down, tackled her to the ground and began hitting her head on the sidewalk. He then attempted to break the neck of Rachel Clarke. Thankfully Clarke was ok, but she did accused James Hataway of chocking her and slamming her head on the ground. She subsequently needed a neck brace following the attack. No charges were initially filed since Clarke was not co-operating with the investigations, however in June of 2009, at Clarke’s request, Hataway was charged with aggravated battery, robbery and burglary in connection with the incident however the battery charge was later upgraded to attempted murder. He agreed to causing the injuries to Clarke but denies having attempted to murder her...
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TADP EP 22 – True Crime – Opinions on Maura Murray Missing
Discussing opinions I have on the disappearance of Maura Murray.    
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TADP EP 21 – True Crime – Shirley Ann Mcbride – Rachel Elizabeth Garden – Laureen Ann Rahn Missing
Discussing the disappearances of Shirley Ann Mcbride, Rachel Elizabeth Garden and Laureen Ann Rahn
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TADP EP 20 – True Crime – Kimberly Ann Cruickshank Missing
Discussing the disappearance of Kimberly Ann Cruikshank
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TADP EP 19 – True Crime – Alissia Freeman Missing
Discussing the disappearance of Alissia Freeman
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TADP EP 18 – True Crime – Jean Spangler Missing
Discussing the disappearance of Jean Spangler.
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TADP EP 17 – True Crime – Lynne Schulze Missing
Discussing the disappearance of Lynne Schulze.
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TADP EP 16 – True Crime – Brianna Maitland Missing
Discussing the disappearance of Brianna Maitland
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TADP EP 15 – True Crime – Abigail Andrews Missing
Discussing the disappearance of Abigail Andrews
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TADP EP 14 – True Crime – Terrance Williams & Felipe Santos Missing
Discussion on the disappearance of Terrance Williams and Felipe Santos.
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TADP EP 13 – True Crime – Revisiting Maura Murray Missing
Discussing the disappearance of Maura Murray
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TADP EP 12 – True Crime – Macin Smith Missing
Discussing the disappearance of Macin Smith
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TADP EP 11 – True Crime – Danielle Stislicki Missing
Discussion on the disappearance of Danielle Stislicki
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TADP EP 10 – True Crime – Madison “Maddy” Scott Missing
Discussion about the disappearance of Madison "Maddy" Scott.
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TADP EP 9 – True Crime – Leah Roberts Missing
Discussing the disappearance of Leah Roberts
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TADP EP 8 – True Crime – Claudia Lawrence Missing
Discussing the disappearance of Claudia Lawrence.
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TADP EP 7 – True Crime – Jami Springer Missing
In this podcast episode I look at the disappearance of 27 year old Jami Springer from Moncton New Brunswick. Please Share! If you have any information regarding Jami Springer's disappearance or her wheareabouts Please contact the RCMP at the following Crime Stoppers contact: by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) texting TIP212 + your message to 'CRIMES' (274637) or by Secure Web Tips at www.crimenb.ca Email contact: airmchairdetective@mail.com Twitter contact: @armchairdetecti Facebook contact: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012112902698 Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/638323412983795/?fref=nf Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/SeekTheMissing/
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TADP EP 6 – True Crime – Jennifer Kesse Missing
In this episode I discuss the disappearance of Jennifer Kesse. I review the timeline prior to her disappearance as well as the timeline following her disappearance. Please share!   Again if you have any tips, below is the contact information for law enforcement: Tips: If you have a tip on this case please call the following Law Enforcement agencies: Call Central Florida Crimeline: 1-800-423-TIPS (8477) and remain ANONYMOUS! or Call FBI at 407-875-9976 or toll free at 866-838-1153 with any and all leads Also here are some links where you can find more information about this case and also where you can follow me online: Email contact: airmchairdetective@mail.com Twitter contact: @armchairdetecti Facebook contact: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012112902698 Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/638323412983795/?fref=nf Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/SeekTheMissing/   ~Acdetective~
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TADP EP 5 – True Crime – Ray Gricar Missing
Discussing the disappearance of Ray Gricar. Contact info: airmchairdetective@mail.com http://armchairdetective.org Twitter: @armchairdetecti Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012112902698  
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TADP EP 4 – True Crime – Steven Koecher Missing
Continued discussion on the disappearance of Steven Koecher Contact info: airmchairdetective@mail.com http://armchairdetective.org Twitter: @armchairdetecti Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012112902698
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TADP EP 3 – True Crime – Steven Koecher Missing
Discussion on the disappearance of Steven Koecher Contact info: airmchairdetective@mail.com http://armchairdetective.org Twitter: @armchairdetecti Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012112902698
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TADP EP 2 – True Crime – Maura Murray Missing
Continuation on the discussion about the missing Umass Amherst nursing student Maura Murray. Contact info: airmchairdetective@mail.com http://armchairdetective.org Twitter: @armchairdetecti Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012112902698
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TADP EP 1 – True Crime – Maura Murray Missing
In this first episode I take a look at the disappearance of Maura Murray, a 21 year old Umass Amherst Nursing student who disappeared on Feb 9 2004 in Haverhill NH. Contact info: airmchairdetective@mail.com   http://armchairdetective.org Twitter: @armchairdetecti Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012112902698
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