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Angel Carlick was a vibrant youth worker, nicknamed ‘Happy-Go-Lucky’ by her loved ones. She had plans after graduation to become legal guardian of her brother and work to support struggling youth at her local resource centre. But just days before she was set to graduate in 2007, at age 18, Angel disappeared. Months later, her remains were found in a remote area in the Canadian north. In the highly-anticipated 8th season of Someone Knows Something, award-winning investigator David Ridgen delves into the cold case that has haunted Whitehorse for more than 15 years. As David works alongside Angel's family, friends, and community, he uncovers details surrounding her death and strives to bring her justice, while honouring the legacy of her late mother, Wendy. Find episode transcripts here: Previous seasons: S1: Adrien McNaughton. S2: Sheryl Sheppard. S3: Dee & Moore. S4: Greavette. S5: Kerrie Brown. S6: Donald Izzett Jr.. S7: The Abortion Wars.
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In a live Q&A from CBC Hamilton, David provides updates on the Adrien McNaughton and Sheryl Sheppard cases, as well as a sneak peek at what’s to come.
S1 Update: Final Response

S1 Update: Final Response


In March 2018, David and his team of volunteers conduct a fourth search of Holmes Lake for Adrien McNaughton. It's the deepest and most thorough search to date and, with the help of cadaver dogs, leads to important discoveries.
S1 - S5 Updates

S1 - S5 Updates


Updates on Seasons 1 through 4. And an announcement: SKS will be back with Season 5 in October 2018.
The final regularly-planned episode. New information about Melanie’s case continues to come to light. What does this mean for Celine and the case?
A closer look at the alibi of a person who has been on Celine’s radar for a while.
Melanie’s 10-minute walk home becomes 24 years of unanswered questions. Did someone see or hear her that night? And what about Celine’s suspicions about an old friend of the family?
Conversations with Melanie’s friends who were with her the day she disappeared. Could something they noticed help the investigation?
On September 28, 1996, Melanie Ethier says goodbye to her mother Celine, and goes to a friend’s house to watch a movie. Melanie is never seen again.
“Panic Mode”: An undercover police investigation appears to go south. The clock ticks on a criminal trial.
“Homefront”: David digs into the original investigation into Terrie’s murder. Was anything missed? And what did one of the children see?
“Firewood”: On April 29, 2002, Terrie Dauphinais was discovered on the main floor of her Calgary home. She’d been strangled. Responding officers find Terrie’s three young children locked in their rooms upstairs. Police have a suspect, but can’t move forward.
“I love you, Nadia”: The moments leading up to Nadia’s disappearance are scrutinized. Is her husband willing to help fill in the gaps?
“Drive”: Nadia’s car is found, but no Nadia. Could footage from a dashboard camera provide some answers? And what about her family and neighbours? Did they see anything?
“Where are you?”: On the morning of December 8, 2017, Salwa Atwi arrives at her daughter Nadia’s home for their regular carpool. Nadia doesn’t come outside. Four years later, there is still no sign of her.
S1 Episode 1: The family

S1 Episode 1: The family


What happened the day five-year-old Adrien McNaughton wandered into the woods and was never seen again? How does a family grieve for someone who may still be alive? And where might he be today? SKS host David Ridgen returns to his hometown to investigate. For transcripts of this series, please visit:
David Ridgen considers whether he should create the podcast Someone Knows Something.
S1 Episode 2: Mr. Ring

S1 Episode 2: Mr. Ring


Another witness was present in the moments leading up to Adrien’s disappearance. SKS host David Ridgen ventures into the backwoods of Eastern Ontario to find him. For transcripts of this series, please visit:
SKS host David Ridgen speaks with those involved in the initial search for Adrien McNaughton, and weighs every available theory about the cause of his disappearance — from abduction to bear attack. For transcripts of this series, please visit:
Is Adrien still alive? If so, what would he look like today? Forensic artist Diana Trepkov creates a series of age-progression sketches to help SKS in their quest to solve the mystery of McNaughton's disappearance. For transcripts of this series, please visit:
Two cadaver dogs are brought in to search the area of Holmes Lake where five-year-old Adrien McNaughton was last seen. For transcripts of this series, please visit:
Comments (599)

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Apr 19th

Adam Comby

Mike mother seems like a twat

Mar 1st


They preserved and used human remains to further their cause and make money. They are truly the worst. Women do not make this choice lightly, and these 'Christian' people have no moral fiber. They mirror every negative thing they say about pro-choice individuals. They are NOT pro-life because they absolve themselves of the killing of the doctors (human life) because the doctors perform abortions of fetuses - life that can not exist on its own at this point.

Dec 5th

Aakash Amanat

"Someone Knows Something" is an engaging and thought-provoking podcast that delves deep into unsolved mysteries and missing persons cases. Hosted by David Ridgen, the show is a masterclass in investigative storytelling, providing listeners with a meticulously researched, emotionally resonant, and profoundly human exploration of some of the most perplexing and heart-wrenching cases. What sets this podcast apart is the genuine empathy and compassion displayed by David Ridgen. His dedication to seeking justice and answers for the families affected by these cases is both commendable and heartwarming.

Oct 25th

Lyn Hooper

I just want to take the time to appreciate David Ridgen. I have listened to hundreds, if not thousands of hours of investigative podcasts, and Mr. Ridgen is by far the most sensitive, compassionate, thoughtful and thorough investigative journalists/podcasters I have ever listened to. Each of the stories explored in this podcast are so intimate and deeply thought-provoking, and the authenticity and diplomacy that characterize Ridgen's journalistic style are unmatched. Heis questions leave you in thought for days, and I am regularly brought to tears by the stories he tells.

Oct 4th


it still feels absolutely abhorrent to me there are no exceptions for rape and incest in Mississippi.

Sep 5th

Candace Crocetti

What in the actual poop sandwiches is the step son talking about? He is lying his ass off. How do you not remember anything about the weekend when your best friend disappeared? But he has a clear memory of everything else. What a crock of shit. He's protecting himself.

Jul 17th


what's up with Kyle's speech pattern? it sounds like he is holding his breath. does he have some sort of disorder? he doesn't sound like a guy who would be a "popular class president" -- very squirrelly.

Jun 7th
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Anthony Hoggard

It's heartbreaking that her Mum has to hear some of this stuff. I wish the interviewer had talked to some of these people, privately.x

Apr 19th


This seems to be a repost of was was loaded early this year. I'm guessing it's because it's the anniversary of her disappearance this week.

Dec 8th

Lou-Anne Girouard


Nov 17th

Dana Gray

Smart. Turn up the heat by inviting a journalist to investigate, then sue when it starts to boil

Nov 12th

Blk Blu

uh no...te!i c the broken Windows darkness sad!

Oct 26th
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Janae Aston

are you doing another season?

Sep 29th

Dana Gray

"Off at maternity leave for a year" 😲 In the US maternity leave is a luxury. Plus we pay 15-30k out of pocket for delivery. Murika. 😶

Sep 13th

Denise Nichols

When men get pregnant, carry the child for 9 mo.s,have health problems, stretch marks,morning sickness , I figure they can vote on abortion.

Sep 7th

Julie Gatesman

keywords "as a new testament christian"... well at least he's not blind to how bad the old testament is. now if he would just come to the realization about that as he has about his stance on abortion.

Jul 20th

Ermelinda Benitez

I just listened to this episode and right after it finished my phone alerts me that the Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade. This is a sad day.

Jun 24th
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Paij Inscki

I deeply hope nothing ever happens to the children in the Lavoie family but if it does, I hope they're treated with the same level of contempt that they have shown towards Sheryls family.

Jun 14th

Erin Lovett

I used to love this podcast. I am so sick of the liberal spin on this last season. Bring back non biased story telling!!!!! Bring back non biased journalism!!!!! #biasedmuch

Jun 7th
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