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  • 72. Skye Budnick - USA

    40:01
    This episode tells the tale of Skye Budnick, a shy, unassuming 21 year old college student, who in 2008, completely out of the blue, bought a one way ticket to Japan and has never been seen since. You’ll hear from Skye’s sister Megan, who, within days of her sibling’s disappearance, found herself on the Japanese island of Hokkaido. There, over 6,000 miles from home, she was faced with an impossible task. To locate her sister in a place she did not know, amongst people whose language she did not speak, and whose culture she did not understand. This episode is supported by Doe Network. They exist to appeal for answers in hundreds of missing persons cases worldwide. Visit their website The Doe Network to find more information in this and many other cases, which all need help. They believe the case of Skye Budnick CAN still be solved.If you have any information which might help to solve this case, or anything you want to share, there is an easy way to get in touch. You can email missingpodcasttips@doenetwork.org - your information will be passed securely to the relevant authorities. And you can get in touch anonymously.This episode is hosted by Ashley Loeb Blassingame.The Missing is produced by What's The Story? If you want to hear more of their shows, and get early, ad-free access to every episode of The Missing, why not join The Missing +Our subscription site has a bunch of exclusive benefits. And it helps to keep the show on air. Simply search for The Missing + in Apple Podcasts. Or follow this link to get the content on whatever platform you choose to listen.Information on every episode of The Missing is available on www.themissingpodcast.org

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  • 71. Charles Horvath-Allan - Canada

    32:05
    In this episode, we recount the story of Charles Horvath-Allan, a 20 year old British man, who in 1989, left his home to hike across Canada, and has been missing ever since. Charles had made it as far as the city of Kelowna, where he was last seen cashing a cheque at a bank in May. He was scheduled to meet his parents in Hong Kong that August. The fax he sent, detailing his excitement about their reunion and inquiring about the wellbeing of the family’s cats, was the last time they would ever hear from him. We spoke to his mother Denise, about her decades long investigation into British Columbia’s backpacking circuit and about the impact her tireless search for the truth about what happened to her son has had on her. This episode is supported by Doe Network. They exist to appeal for answers in hundreds of missing persons cases worldwide. Visit their website The Doe Network to find more information in this and many other cases, which all need help. They believe the case of Charles Horvath-Allan CAN still be solved.If you have any information which might help to solve this case, or anything you want to share, there is an easy way to get in touch. You can email missingpodcasttips@doenetwork.org - your information will be passed securely to the relevant authorities. And you can get in touch anonymously.This episode is hosted by Ashley Loeb Blassingame.The Missing is produced by What's The Story? If you want to hear more of their shows, and get early, ad-free access to every episode of The Missing, why not join The Missing +Our subscription site has a bunch of exclusive benefits. And it helps to keep the show on air. Simply search for The Missing + in Apple Podcasts. Or follow this link to get the content on whatever platform you choose to listen.Information on every episode of The Missing is available on www.themissingpodcast.org
  • 70. Nancy Moyer - USA

    32:36
    In this episode, we cover the tale of Nancy Moyer, a 36 year old mother of two, who vanished from her home in Tenino, Washington, on March 6th 2009.  We spoke to Nancy’s daughter Sam, who vividly remembers the day she was dropped off at her mother’s house, only to find it completely empty and the front door wide open. The decade plus long investigation that followed, has been a whirlwind of false starts, spurious allegations and bogus confessions. This episode is supported by Doe Network. They exist to appeal for answers in hundreds of missing persons cases worldwide. Visit their website The Doe Network to find more information in this and many other cases, which all need help. They believe the case of Nancy Moyer CAN still be solved.If you have any information which might help to solve this case, or anything you want to share, there is an easy way to get in touch. You can email missingpodcasttips@doenetwork.org - your information will be passed securely to the relevant authorities. And you can get in touch anonymously.This episode is hosted by Ashley Loeb Blassingame.The Missing is produced by What's The Story? If you want to hear more of their shows, and get early, ad-free access to every episode of The Missing, why not join The Missing +Our subscription site has a bunch of exclusive benefits. And it helps to keep the show on air. Simply search for The Missing + in Apple Podcasts. Or follow this link to get the content on whatever platform you choose to listen.Information on every episode of The Missing is available on www.themissingpodcast.org
  • 69. Maura Murray - USA

    48:08
    In this episode, we tell the story of the disappearance of Maura Murray, a case you’ve likely heard of before. When Maura, a 21 year old nursing student from Massachusetts, vanished after crashing her car on a remote section of Route 112 in Haverhill, New Hampshire, her story quickly spread across the internet. Her case coincided with the launch of Facebook and speculation around what happened to Maura that night, made her one of the first true crime sensations of the social media age. We spoke to Maura’s sister Julie, who walks us through the at times bizarre series of events that led her sister to Haverhill that night and shares her theories about what happened to her on that lonely stretch of road. This episode is supported by Doe Network. They exist to appeal for answers in hundreds of missing persons cases worldwide. Visit their website The Doe Network to find more information in this and many other cases, which all need help. They believe the case of Maura Murray CAN still be solved.If you have any information which might help to solve this case, or anything you want to share, there is an easy way to get in touch. You can email missingpodcasttips@doenetwork.org - your information will be passed securely to the relevant authorities. And you can get in touch anonymously.This episode is hosted by Ashley Loeb Blassingame.The Missing is produced by What's The Story? If you want to hear more of their shows, and get early, ad-free access to every episode of The Missing, why not join The Missing +Our subscription site has a bunch of exclusive benefits. And it helps to keep the show on air. Simply search for The Missing + in Apple Podcasts. Or follow this link to get the content on whatever platform you choose to listen.Information on every episode of The Missing is available on www.themissingpodcast.org
  • Jigsaw - The Clifton Bridge Man

    13:57
    The final episode from this season of Jigsaw, takes us to the South West of England. But Investigators believe that the man who fell to his death here, may have been from further afield. This is a case where there are multiple clues, including unusual reading materials and possible links to a library across the border in Wales. Unusually, there is also an image of the man taken perhaps some months before he passed away. Investigators hope that these clues, and this image, might combine to help job a memory. Jigsaw is a podcast series from What's The Story - brought to you in association with Locate International. There are more than 1,000 unidentified bodies in the UK. All of them could be mothers or fathers, sons or daughters. Their lives have been cut short - but without an ending. Can you reunite these people with their name? If you want to contribute to the search then join the discussion. Locate International have set up an online forum. Vitis https://forum.locate.international and share you ideas and theories with real investigators and fellow listeners.
  • 68. Jesse Lee Farber - USA

    36:00
    In this episode we tell the story of the troubling disappearance of Jesse Lee Farber, who vanished in 2015.The last contact anyone had with Jesse was a phone call he made to his partner Rachel. It gave a vague location, and indicated he was in trouble. But there have been no sightings, and no word from Jesse since. This episode hears from Rachel - learns about her relationship with Jesse and unpacks the events that led to him leaving home, and finding himself in need of help. This episode is supported by Doe Network. They exist to appeal for answers in hundreds of missing persons cases worldwide. Visit their website The Doe Network to find more information in this and many other cases, which all need help. They believe the case of Jesse Lee Farber CAN still be solved.If you have any information which might help to solve this case, or anything you want to share, there is an easy way to get in touch. You can email missingpodcasttips@doenetwork.org - your information will be passed securely to the relevant authorities. And you can get in touch anonymously.This episode is hosted by Ashley Loeb Blassingame.The Missing is produced by What's The Story? If you want to hear more of their shows, and get early, ad-free access to every episode of The Missing, why not join The Missing +Our subscription site has a bunch of exclusive benefits. And it helps to keep the show on air. Simply search for The Missing + in Apple Podcasts. Or follow this link to get the content on whatever platform you choose to listen.Information on every episode of The Missing is available on www.themissingpodcast.org
  • Jigsaw - The Sligo Man

    13:43
    This episode of Jigsaw reveals the various clues to the identity of someone who perhaps, for one reason or another, did not want to be identified. Nevertheless - with no name - Locate International, along with the police, are interested to know if the person dubbed 'The Sligo Man' can finally be revealed. He gave his name as Peter Bergmann, and an address in Austria, when checking into a small hotel in the Irish town of Sligo. But the name was false. And the address didn't exist. What he did next has baffled investigators and left more questions than it has given answers. But the end result was that the man was found deceased on a nearby beach just a few days later. Jigsaw is a podcast series from What's The Story - brought to you in association with Locate International. There are more than 1,000 unidentified bodies in the UK. All of the could be mothers or fathers, sons or daughters. Their lives have been cut short - but without an ending. Can you help reunite these people with their name? If you want to contribute to the search then join the discussion. Locate International have set up an online forum. Visit https://forum.locate.international and share your ideas and theories with real investigators and fellow listeners.We have ten episodes of Jigsaw for you to listen to, with a brand new episode every Wednesday.