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Dawn Blankenheim

Dawn Blankenheim

2022-10-0301:15:036

Sometime between May 16 and May 25, 2020, 53-year-old Dawn Blankenheim vanished from Chico, California. No isolated event or indication foreshadowed her disappearance, but like every missing person, Dawn didn't just disappear. There is always more to the story. Dawn had been in the hospital in mid-May and was picked up by a friend after she was discharged. They were spotted at a local bar together over the weekend. Dawn scheduled a rideshare service to get home, then abruptly canceled. No one has ever seen or heard from Dawn again. Dawn's loved ones are left behind to sift through the many unanswered questions, disturbing circumstances, and subtle clues that there is more to Dawn's story than what appears on the surface.If you have any information about the disappearance of Dawn Blankenheim, you are asked to call the Chico, California Police Department at (530) 897-4900.This episode was sponsored by:Doordash- Get 25% off your first order of $15 or more, up to a $10 value. Use promo code VANISHED at checkout.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Case Update: Megan Foglesong

Case Update: Megan Foglesong

2022-09-2601:45:0311

21-year-old Megan Foglesong disappeared from Alden, Kansas, around the end of November 2015. When we first covered Megan’s story in 2016, nearly everyone pointed to Megan’s on-again, off-again boyfriend, David Madden. Megan attempted to leave him in the past and told others around Thanksgiving of 2015 that she was leaving him again. Several days later, Megan sent a message to a friend indicating that she was back at David’s, then she went silent. Around this time, David texted the local undersheriff to inform him that Megan had stolen from him and ran off. In hindsight, that story about Megan stealing seems rather convenient, possibly a way to explain her absence. But at that time, no one thought much of it. They figured Megan would pop up somewhere soon. Maybe she left David and was hiding? Time passed, and Megan’s loved ones became more concerned. David didn’t seem interested in finding Megan. Despite rumors and suspicions swirling around town about David’s involvement, Megan’s case went cold. As the years went by, David went on to commit a series of other crimes that left the community convinced that he was responsible for Megan’s disappearance. If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Megan Foglesong, please contact KBI at 316-337-6100 or the Rice County Sheriff’s Office at (620) 257-7876. You can follow the search for Megan on social media at Bring Megan Home.This episode was sponsored by:Shopify- Go to Shopify.com/vanished, ALL LOWERCASE, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify’s entire suite of features.Thrive Causemetics- Get 15% off your first order when you visit thrivecausemetics.com/VANISHED.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
James "Jamie" Valdez

James "Jamie" Valdez

2022-09-1901:33:558

In early June of 2021, 47-year-old Jamie Valdez and his wife, Anna, had just moved to Booneville, Arkansas, from Texas. Their relationship was on the rocks, and Jamie’s wife said that Jamie left their home on June 9, 2021. An old coworker claims that she saw Jamie 30 miles north of Booneville in Ozark several days later, and the coworker invited him over for dinner with her family. She said he planned to go home and patch things up with his wife. Jamie Valdez has never been seen again. His disappearance is filled with many gaps in time, strange coincidences, conflicting stories, and lapses in memory that have turned the search for him into a bizarre obstacle course with very few concrete facts. If you have any information about the disappearance of Jamie Valdez, please call the Booneville, Arkansas Police Department at (479) 675-3508.If you would like to follow Jamie’s story and updates on social media, you can join the group dedicated to finding him at JAMES “JAMIE” VALDEZ MISSING.This episode was sponsored by:Sleep Number- Proven quality sleep is life-changing sleep. Special offers, for a limited time. Only at Sleep Number stores or sleepnumber.com/VANISH.Zocdoc- Go to Zocdoc.com/VANISHED and download the Zocdoc app to sign-up for FREE and book a top-rated doctor.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On April 11, 1981, 15-year-old Barbara Cotton disappeared from Williston, North Dakota. Barbara was a bright young woman with plans for her future. She was saving for her first apartment that she planned to rent when she turned 16 in the fall. Barb’s dreams came to a screeching halt on that chilly spring evening when she seemingly disappeared into the night. Piecing together even the most basic clues today is difficult. Who last saw Barb, and at what time? And how can we even confirm these things now? There are conflicting stories and big puzzle pieces missing. Now more than ever, people are invested in finding out what happened to Barbara Cotton. They might be getting closer to the truth. If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Barbara Cotton, please contact the Williston Police Department at 701-577-1212.You can follow Barb’s story on social media at Find Barb Cotton. You can find more information at FindBarbCotton.com, and check out Dakota Spotlight wherever you get your podcasts.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On April 11, 1981, a 15-year-old girl named Barbara Cotton disappeared from Williston, North Dakota. Barbara's mother, Louise, called around to her friends to see if they had seen her, but no one said they had. Louise reported her daughter missing to the Williston Police Department and sent any tips she heard their way. The weeks and months passed with no sign of Barbara, and her case went ice cold. It didn't seem like much was being done to find Barb, at least to her loved ones; that is how it appeared. Perhaps she had run away? As with many missing teens in that era, that was often the assumption. Decades later, there is now a renewed effort to find Barbara Cotton and answer the many questions that linger today.If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Barbara Cotton, please contact the Williston Police Department at 701-577-1212.You can follow Barb’s story on social media at Find Barb Cotton. You can find more information at FindBarbCotton.com, and check out Dakota Spotlight wherever you get your podcasts.This episode was sponsored by:Nutrafol- Go to Nutrafol.com and use promo code VANISHED to get $15 off your first order and free shipping.Doordash- Get 25% off your first order of $15 or more, up to a $10 value. Use promo code VANISHED at checkout.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Three years ago, we brought you the story of Lillianna Pagano, who had been abducted by her mother, Jillanne, when Lillianna was an infant. A few days before airing our story on Lillianna, we received word that she had been found alive and was reunited with her father, Tyler, a completely unexpected surprise. While this was the ending we hope for in every story, Tyler and Lillianna still had a rough road ahead of them. Lillianna had been missing for nearly six years and was told her father was dead. We recently checked in with Tyler to see how Lillianna is doing with her dad today and what they’ve been through together since they were reunited in June of 2019. If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Toby Anderson

Toby Anderson

2022-08-2901:14:2210

16-year-old Toby Anderson had found himself in some trouble during his teen years. Toby’s life wasn’t easy, and he began to act out. Toby was sent to a juvenile facility in Northern California and was shifted around between different family members. Then, he just disappeared, and everyone seemed to believe Toby had run away. Since Toby had been in trouble, running away didn’t seem far-fetched. Toby’s father searched for him and contacted relatives in other states to see if he had turned up there, but he never did. Then, Toby’s dad died, and not much was done to look for him. Decades later, a cousin took an interest in finding Toby. She learned that some of what she had been told about Toby couldn’t be true, and what she began to uncover was truly horrifying.If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Toby Anderson, please contact the Oregon State Police at (541) 776-6236.This episode was sponsored by:Shopify- Go to Shopify.com/vanished, ALL LOWERCASE, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify’s entire suite of features.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Jake Latiolais

Jake Latiolais

2022-08-2201:17:387

In the early morning hours of August 29, 2014, a call came in about a person seen sitting on the railing of the I-10 bridge that spans the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Police responded and found an abandoned truck belonging to 22-year-old Jake Latiolais. The truck was running, and Jake's phone was inside, but no sign of Jake. The 911 callers remain unknown, or at least, police haven't shared the identity of the people who made the calls, but Jake Latiolais has never been seen again. Jake's story is full of shadowy, unknown characters, circumstances that appear to lead to one outcome, but rumors and motives that suggest something more sinister happened to Jake.If you have any information about the disappearance of Jake Latiolais, you can call the Baton Rouge Police Department at (225) 239-7832 or the West Baton Rouge Police Department at (225) 343-9234. This episode was sponsored by:Doordash- Get 50% off your first order up to a $15 value. Use promo code VANISHED at checkout when you spend $12 or more.Sleep Number- Proven quality sleep is life-changing sleep. Special offers, for a limited time. Only at Sleep Number stores or sleepnumber.com/VANISH.Zocdoc- Go to Zocdoc.com/VANISHED and download the Zocdoc app to sign-up for FREE and book a top-rated doctor.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Eugene Prins

Eugene Prins

2022-08-0859:147

On March 26, 2020, 45-year-old Eugene Prins planned a short road trip with a friend to drop off a wood splitter. They started out in Woonsocket, South Dakota, and drove about 25 miles east to the tiny town of Fedora. After that, Eugene and his friend were spotted at a bar in Forestburg, which was along their route home. The last confirmed sighting of Eugene was at the bar. The truck they were in was seen on camera driving away from the bar at 7:38 PM. Other bar patrons said that you could tell they had been drinking, but Eugene didn’t appear to be visibly intoxicated, and he had mentioned that he wanted to go home, he had work in the morning. But according to Eugene’s friend, he made a detour to stop at a mutual friend’s farm. He went inside while Eugene stayed in the car. When the friend came out about 20 minutes later, Eugene was gone. And he has never been seen or heard from again. If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Eugene Prins, please contact the South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation at 605-773-3331.This episode was sponsored by:Moink- Go to Moinkbox.com/Vanished to get FREE filet mignon for a year. Nutrafol- Go to Nutrafol.com and use promo code VANISHED to get $15 off your first order and free shipping.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Cynthia Constantine

Cynthia Constantine

2022-08-0152:017

On July 11, 1969, 15-year-old Cynthia Constantine took her dog for a walk as she did every afternoon in the family’s hometown of Oakdale, New York. Cynthia loved walking along the railroad tracks alongside a busy highway and often explored the area with her brother. On this day, Cynthia walked with her dog alone, picking up cattails along the way. Cynthia had planned to go check out a muskrat burrow she spotted earlier in the day while with her brother. But Cynthia never returned home, and when the family dog came home without her, the family immediately knew something was wrong. Backtracking her steps, Cynthia’s mother and brother found a pile of cattails that Cynthia had likely collected and dropped. This is the spot where Cynthia is believed to have vanished from more than 53 years ago and has never been seen or heard from again.If you have any information about the disappearance of Cynthia Constantine, please call the Suffolk County Police Department at 631-852-6110This episode was sponsored by:Shopify- Go to Shopify.com/vanished, ALL LOWERCASE, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify’s entire suite of features.Doordash- Get 50% off your first order up to a $15 value. Use promo code VANISHED at checkout when you spend $12 or more.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Madeline Babcock

Madeline Babcock

2022-07-2501:27:2612

It was during the summer of 1968 that a 35-year-old woman named Madeline Babcock disappeared from Venice, California. Madeline’s apartment appeared to have been cleared out. Her family reported her missing, but the police didn’t seem interested. Madeline had a right to move and not tell her family. She had the right to disappear if she wanted to. Around this same time, a little girl in Washington believed she witnessed her father and his friend murder a woman. These two stories would move parallel through time over a period of decades before eventually converging once that little girl grew up and started looking for answers to the memory that had plagued her for years.If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Madeline Babcock, please contact the Los Angeles Police Department’s Adult Missing Persons Unit at (877) 275-5273 or the Vancouver Police Department at (360) 693-3111.This episode was sponsored by:Sleep Number- Proven quality sleep is life-changing sleep. Special offers, for a limited time. Only at Sleep Number stores or sleepnumber.com/VANISH.Zocdoc- Go to Zocdoc.com/VANISHED and download the Zocdoc app to sign-up for FREE and book a top-rated doctor.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
George James

George James

2022-07-1801:04:289

22-year-old George James was last seen by his family on November 23, 1998. He argued with his mother at her Millbrook, Alabama, home and stormed off. Something seemed to be weighing heavily on George, like he needed to escape some sort of danger. George’s mother, Tillis, was confused by this interaction but never imagined this would be the last time she would ever see her son. As the days passed with no word from George, Tillis reported him missing. And since that day, she has never stopped searching for her son. If you have any information about the disappearance of George James, please contact the Montgomery Police Department at 334-625-2532.This episode was sponsored by:Shopify- Go to Shopify.com/vanished, ALL LOWERCASE, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify’s entire suite of features.GoodRX- For simple, smart savings on your prescriptions, check out GoodRX.com/VANISHED.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Bryan "Vladek" Hasel

Bryan "Vladek" Hasel

2022-07-1101:33:329

In November of 2021, 22-year-old Bryan "Vladek" Hasel vanished from Orlando, Florida, while his family was out of town celebrating his sister's birthday. When exactly Bryan, who went by his birth name, Vladek, disappeared is one of the biggest mysteries in his case. There are so many questions in Vladek's story. When we began looking at Vladek's disappearance, we uncovered everything between the scandalous and the mundane, and all of it could lead to finding Vladek.If you have any information about the disappearance of Vladek, please call the Orange County Sheriff's Office at 407-836-4357.This episode was sponsored by:Moink- Go to Moinkbox.com/Vanished to get FREE filet mignon for a year. Nutrafol- Go to Nutrafol.com and use promo code VANISHED to get $15 off your first order and free shipping.Doordash- Get 25% off and zero delivery fees on your first order of $15 or more when you download the Doordash app and enter code VANISHED.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Daniel Reoch

Daniel Reoch

2022-06-2701:10:1513

On November 25, 2019, 29-year-old Daniel Reoch was in the custody of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Squamish, British Columbia. They picked Daniel up while walking along a rural road in temperatures just barely above freezing, and he was not dressed for the weather. Daniel called his uncle, but something didn’t seem right- his demeanor was off, he was in the midst of a crisis- and the police and Daniel’s family were concerned. But they couldn’t hold him, and he was released from custody that evening. Twelve hours later, he’d vanish into the dark of night, walking off into the darkness of another road in a rural part of the Squamish Valley, never to be seen again.If you have any information about the disappearance of Daniel Reoch, please call the Squamish Royal Canadian Mounted Police at 604-892-6100. You may also call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-(TIPS). This episode was sponsored by:Shopify- Go to Shopify.com/vanished, ALL LOWERCASE, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify’s entire suite of features.Sleep Number- Proven quality sleep is life-changing sleep. Special offers, for a limited time. Only at Sleep Number stores or sleepnumber.com/VANISH.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Jimmy Don Robinson

Jimmy Don Robinson

2022-06-2001:24:468

On October 1, 1976, Jimmy Don Robinson disappeared from Elmore City, Oklahoma, just a week after his 21st birthday. Jimmy was no longer living at the Robinson family home but stopped by around midnight. His mom had just gotten home after working a late shift and was cooking some dinner for herself. Jimmy briefly spoke to his family, and they noticed there was a man in the passenger seat of the car that Jimmy was driving. They didn't recognize the man, and Jimmy didn't mention who he was. He said he would drop the man off and be back in about 30 minutes. However, Jimmy never returned, and nearly 46 years later, Jimmy's family is still searching for answers. If you have any information about the disappearance of Jimmy Don Robinson, please contact the Garvin County Sheriff's Office at (405) 238-7591 or Garvin County Crimestoppers at 1-855-211-STOP.You can follow Jimmy's case on Facebook at Where is Jimmy Don Robinson?, on twitter, and instagram.This episode was sponsored by:GoodRX- For simple, smart savings on your prescriptions, check out GoodRX.com/VANISHED.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Sandra Eckert

Sandra Eckert

2022-06-1301:23:1620

Shortly before midnight on March 26, 2021, 70-year-old Sandra Eckert got into a fight with her husband. It wasn't their first, in fact, it may not have been their first that day. Sandra and her husband had remained in a mutually miserable marriage that was plagued by COVID quarantines, inheritance disputes, and other issues. So when Sandra and her husband's vehicle disappeared around 11:30 PM, it seemed possible that she left in anger and went to stay somewhere else. But just a few hours later, before her family knew anything was wrong, it became clear that Sandra didn't choose to disappear.Tune in to hear from Sandra's friends and family about their journey to find answers, including the last person to see Sandra alive, her husband.If you have any information about the disappearance of Sandra Eckert or her car, please call the Franklin Police Department at 414-425-2522.You can follow developments in Sandra's case at Help Find Sandy and helpfindsandy.com.This episode was sponsored by:Topic- Subscribe atTopic.com and get a special 50% off your first two months with code VANISHED.Shopify- Go to Shopify.com/vanished, ALL LOWERCASE, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify’s entire suite of features.IMPACT by Interactive Brokers- Download the app today and use code VANISHED to get $30 of stock credit when you invest $1000.Note: The podcast ad for the IMPACT app is unscripted and being recorded live. It may contain some slight differences. Please visit https://impact.interactivebrokers.com/ for full details of products and services. Interactive Brokers, LLC member FINRA/SIPC. The projections or other information generated by IMPACT app regarding the likelihood of various investment outcomes are hypothetical in nature, do not reflect actual investment results and are not guarantees of future results. Please note that results may vary with use of the tool over time. The paid ad host experiences and testimonials within the Podcast may not be representative of the experiences of other customers and are not to be considered guarantees of future performance or success. The opinions provided within the ad belong to the host alone.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Yesterday, we brought you the first installment of Isaac Seidel’s story. You learned a lot about Isaac’s life and the events that occurred in the lead-up to his disappearance. You also learned that Isaac disappeared along with his bike, phone, and backpack. Everything else seemed to be left behind at his home. Isaac hadn’t told anyone that he planned to go anywhere. In fact, it appeared that Isaac had gone about his regular Sunday routine. He had his chicken out thawing, which is something he would do on Sunday to prep his meals for the week. It looked like he had gone for a bike ride with plans to return before dinner. But something happened to Isaac Seidel, and whatever happened to him remains a mystery nearly nine months later.If you have any information about the disappearance of Isaac Seidel, please contact the Pennsylvania State Police at (717) 567-3110. Missing along with Isaac is his dark green Cannondale bicycle.Megan has a social media page for Isaac to help spread awareness. You can follow her over on Facebook at Find Isaac Seidel. If you or a loved one is considering self-harm, please call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to help. Their number is 800-273-8255.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
36-year-old Isaac Seidel disappeared from Blain, Pennsylvania, on September 12, 2021. By the time Isaac's loved ones realized that anything was wrong, Isaac had already missed a few days of work. When they went to his home, where Isaac lived alone, an eerie scene was left behind. Isaac's bicycle, backpack, and phone were missing, but everything else seemed to be there except Isaac. He had left chicken thawing in the sink. It appeared that he had decided to go for a bike ride and planned to be back later to cook chicken for dinner. Isaac's family thought that perhaps Isaac had been in a tragic accident, so they began scouring the roadways near Isaac's house, looking in ditches and ravines. But there was no trace of Isaac anywhere. Nearly nine months later, they are still searching for answers.If you have any information about the disappearance of Isaac Seidel, please contact the Pennsylvania State Police at (717) 567-3110. Missing along with Isaac is his dark green Cannondale bicycle.You can follow Isaac's case on social media at Find Isaac Seidel. This episode was sponsored by:OUAI- Go to theouai.com and use code VANISHED to get 15% off your entire order.Moink- Go to Moinkbox.com/Vanished to get FREE filet mignon for a year. Nutrafol- Go to Nutrafol.com and use promo code VANISHED to get $15 off your first order and free shipping.Zocdoc- Go to Zocdoc.com/VANISHED and download the Zocdoc app to sign-up for FREE and book a top-rated doctor.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Two months ago, we brought you the story of three missing people from Chickasha, Oklahoma, Teresa Kennedy, Bethany Tiner, and Rachel Lewis. One month later, on April 29, 2022, Teresa Kennedy was taken into custody. All three missing people were found alive and safe. At a moment’s notice, not only their lives, but those of so many others were turned upside down, possibly forever. You can donate to Teresa’s legal defense fund at findbethandmom.com/donate.If you have any information about the charges against Joe Cecil Tiner, Jr. believe you are a victim or a witness, we encourage you to contact the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation at 405-848-6724. You may also reach out to federal authorities with the US Marshals Service in the Western District of Oklahoma at 405-231-4206. Alternatively, you can contact the Department of Homeland Security, Dallas Field Office at (214) 424-7800.We would like to extend a special thank you to Tommy Adler, a licensed criminal defense attorney in the state of Oklahoma for generously granting an interview and working with such dedication and compassion for Teresa’s pending criminal case. Tommy Adler is a criminal defense attorney licensed in Oklahoma. He can be reached at the firm Adler, Markoff & Associates at 405-267-8242. We would also like to thank Amber Ayers for reaching out to us to provide legal assistance initially in the Marialice Clark case but for her extraordinary efforts to go above and beyond to find the best attorney equipped to take on Teresa’s case in Oklahoma. Amber Ayres is a criminal defense and family law attorney in Omaha, Nebraska. She is also licensed in Utah and Texas. She can be reached at Morris Law, LLC at 402-403-7549This episode was sponsored by:Shopify- Go to Shopify.com/vanished, ALL LOWERCASE, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify’s entire suite of features.Sleep Number- Proven quality sleep is life-changing sleep. Special offers, for a limited time. Only at Sleep Number stores or sleepnumber.com/VANISH.The Jordan Harbinger Show- Search forThe Jordan Harbinger Show on Apple Podcasts. Spotify, or where you listen to podcasts.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Last week, we brought you the first two installments of Bill Jamison’s story. In Part 1, we discussed what occurred the night that Bill disappeared and the initial investigation into his disappearance. In Part 2, we went over all the strange things with Bill’s job and the people connected to his job who may have had a motive to harm Bill. Today, we will take a look at some other aspects of this case and discuss all the different theories that have emerged over the years.If you have any information about the disappearance of William Jamison, please contact the Roselle Park Police Department at (908) 245-2300 or the New Jersey State Police Missing Persons Unit at (609) 882-2000. This episode was sponsored by:GoodRX- For simple, smart savings on your prescriptions, check out GoodRX.com/VANISHED.If you have a missing loved one that you would like to have featured on the show, please fill out our case submission form: http://www.thevanishedpodcast.com/case-submission/.Follow The Vanished on social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterPatreonSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Danielle Beeaff

Heartbreaking for the Mom. I don’t believe it was a stolen guitar. I would be more inclined to believe it was stolen drugs. The group, of so called friends, are involved directly or indirectly to Todd missing and most likely to his murder. I hope he is found one way or another and justice is served to those who harmed him.

Oct 6th
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Kim Layer

sadly homicide is the #1 cause of death for pregnant women :( this story is so sad for her family.

Oct 4th
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Danielle Beeaff

I am just praying that there is a major undercover operation to take down this sex trafficking organization. I believe that she thought those were her friends. They were not her friends. Her lifestyle definitely put her in extremely vulnerable position. The woman that went with her to Las Vegas, I strongly believe,was involved. . She was probably sold the first time when she ended up in California and ran away.  There is a lot of money involved in sex trafficking. When she ran away, I’m sure they were determined to find her. Her so-called friends lead the way. I hope that she is found what a nightmare.

Oct 3rd
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Danielle Beeaff

I feared as much. I had a similar situation with a horrible, cruel manager ( She was eventually fired after much pain and anguish). Henry sounds like a very sensitive, wonderful, gentle and caring person. Someone I would have loved to meet. I am also a sensitive person. Managers like this one, can really mess with your head. my heart goes out to his family. Deeply sorry for your loss.

Oct 3rd
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Danielle Beeaff

Dennis (Demo) did something to them . I hope this family can get some answers. I understand people are innocent until proven guilty but I’d be willing to bet it’s Demo. I hope they find their bodies (so they can trace it back to him,most likely) to get justice! I wish that Jessica was able to adopt all the kids.  it’s appalling to think that the kids could be under the fathers care Knowing what is known to be fact. He abuses drugs and alcohol, he had difficulty maintaining employment and he has made inappropriate sexual comments to a child. Disgusting.

Oct 1st
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Danielle Beeaff

My feeling is that Emma has been suffering from mental illness quietly for a long time. I feel the family does not express much emotion. I’m not being judgmental . But I do think they might’ve kept any sort of negative feelings bottled up. I believe that her mental issues built up and built up until she had a major psychotic break.  I am hoping that she is among the homeless, where many mentally ill people end up. I hope she is found one day and will get the help that she needs desperately. My heart goes out to the family who clearly loves her very much.

Sep 30th
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Danielle Beeaff

In addition, Michael sounds like he’s a very routine predictable guy. If his wife has anything to do with it, she would know his schedule like the back of her hand.

Sep 29th
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Danielle Beeaff

Hopefully I did not overlook anything in this episode . I wonder if the wife, Becca, was not interviewed because she refused or if she was not asked to interview for this episode. She sounds extremely suspicious. I wonder if she had someone kill her husband for the money. also, I wonder if the tools had been tested for blood that may have caused the injury and the blood found in the tool shed. It sounds more than a bloody nose to me. If there was nothing in the tool shed to have blood residue on it that may have caused the blood then it must’ve left the tool shed with Michael. 

Sep 29th
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Danielle Beeaff

Continuation; if he did overdose, It’s odd that his body was not found. 

Sep 29th
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Danielle Beeaff

I wonder if he overdosed. An addict will often go back to the same dose that they did previously before getting clean. With all the additional drugs like fentanyl, he could’ve overdosed. The women may have panicked? If they were the ones who supplied the drug? Just a thought. Very mysterious. I hope they find him.  My heart goes out to his family. 

Sep 29th
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Cristina Corales

This episode caught have been much shorter! It seems like they interviewed every member of the family and they all said more or less the same thing.

Sep 28th
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Danielle Beeaff

I feel that there might be something to the initials theory . If the mentioned family member owed money (drug money?) and feared for his life he may have ratted on his relative, Billy, to take the hit. This particular family member may have been involved in the kidnapping that resulted in Billy’s death.

Sep 27th
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Eric

this episode was so interesting.

Sep 27th
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Kathy Kickingwoman Carlson

I used to live in Malta Montana...it is kind of cool to listen to a pod cast and it mentions that little town... cops during that time in Malta were quite....umm..let's say their actions should have a corresponding rap sheet a few miles long. rumor has it, back in the 70s my uncle who was a deputy killed a kid because he didn't like him. I left Malta years ago....I will never go back...the 'Hi Line' of Montana has more than its share of dangerous and crooked cops.

Sep 20th
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Danielle Beeaff

Sadly, It does sound like Christopher got himself involved in a much bigger criminal conspiracy than a random burglary. I believe Chris and his burglary friends discovered more was going on at a place they burglarized. They probably came across a huge amount of drug smuggling. I believe his two burglary friends had something to do with him missing and they know more than than they are willing to say. I believe It all comes back to the two brothers who managed the building Chris robbed. 

Sep 18th
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Danielle Beeaff

I remember the days when mothers were automatically considered to be loving and nurturing to their children no matter what and fathers were considered unfit to raise their children no matter what . I am grateful that those days are slowly disappearing. This man needs to find his children. I hope and pray he finds his kids before he dies. Sending love and hope his way.

Sep 17th
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Danielle Beeaff

Chris’s story really touched me. I feel horrible about how he was treated. Whether he had a mental illness, lesion on his brain that may have presented itself as a mental illness is irrelevant for that police officer to talk about Chris the way he did infuriates me! How dare he imply that his life does not matter! Even if he was a drug addict you don’t talk like that! He’s a real person,with real problems that may not be understood, they have family that loves him!makes me sick! I fear he made have gotten lost in that area alongside that road. He may have been delirious from the lesion on his brain. I hope you find him alive! My heart goes out to his family. 

Sep 16th
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Danielle Beeaff

It’s so frustrating how the police can not figure out who is responsible when a person goes missing in a different state. Then they waste time passing the ball back-and-forth between two jurisdictions!  valuable time is wasted and nothing gets done. This is insane! There should be a standard of responsibility!

Sep 14th
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Kim Layer

I feel like the officer who was interviewed is one of the most honest and compassionate officers on this show.

Sep 14th
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Danielle Beeaff

I feel bad for Chip and his family. He got himself involved with some horrible people. I don’t think he meant to get so deeply involved with drugs. Maybe after a little bit of time he realized what kind of people they really were and didn’t want them around anymore. Maybe he was going to evict them. Maybe they threatened him, who knows. Tania and the guy in Pensacola, I feel are responsible for Chip’s disappearance, most likely his murder. Tania said she babysat for somebody in Pensacola ( A made up story but with a shred of truth. Probably the connection to Pensacola). They found fingerprints from a man who lived in Pensacola on the meth lab in Chip’s attic. I think they saw an opportunity to take the house, his food stamps,his  disability checks, hypodermic needles ( for his insulin) were probably used for drug use. Chip was probably getting frustrated and they wanted to shut him up maybe he was going to rat on them to get them out of his house

Sep 11th
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