Episodes

Brittany Locklear

A 5 year old Lumbee girl was kidnapped from her bus stop in 1998. For over 20 years, her family has still been seeking justice.

Debra BlackCrow

In 1997 Debra BlackCrow and her unborn daughter were found murdered In their home. Her murderer was eventually convicted, but 20 years later the justice her family received may be short lived. 

Julian Pierce: Pt. 2

One small county filled with drug trafficking, political corruption, and murder In the 1980s needed a change. Julian Pierce sought to be that change.  Part two explores the murder of Julian Pierce.

Highway of Tears

There's a long stretch of Canadian highway that for years has been the scene of many missing and murdered women, many of them Indigenous. We start by telling the story of Jessica Patrick and Canada's reckoning for the MMIW crisis. 

Casey Young

Casey Young was a 21 year old Lumbee girl who was found dead under mysterious circumstances In 2009. Was It suicide? Was she murdered? To this day her death provides more questions than answers. 

Angela McConnell

26 year old Angela had dreams of becoming a a writer, a journalist, maybe even a nurse...but those dreams were abruptly ended when she was found murdered in a transient camp 2.5 hours away from the reservation where she grew up. 

Evelina Dial 

How much heartbreak can one family endure in Robeson County? This episode explores generational trauma and tragedy for one Lumbee family. 

Neil Stonechild

A 17 year old Salteaux First Nations boy was found dead on the outskirts of Saskatoon. Was it a case of hypothermia or something more?

Sara Graham

On February 4, 2015 Sara Graham left home to go to work at a nearby Walmart. Hours later her vehicle was found abandoned. All these years later we are still asking: Where Is Sara Graham? 

Cindy Gladue

Cindy Gladue was found dead in a hotel bathroom In 2011. The cause of her death and the way her case was handled by the judicial system sparked protests that would eventually get her case heard by the Canadian Supreme Court. 

Marcey Blanks

Marcey was only 18 years old when she violently murdered In her home. Years later Marcey's family is still seeking justice for her. 

Lauren Holmes

Lauren Holmes was a 23-year old mother of three. She had her whole life a head of her, but a series of events one Easter weekend in 2013 would change her family's life forever. 

Lisa Hohman

Lisa was a young Lumbee girl who disappeared from her home three days after her 16th birthday. Just a couple of years later her remains were found right in her own backyard. The question still remains....what happened to Lisa Hohman?

Hania Aguilar

Hania was a 13 year old indigenous girl that was kidnapped from her front yard one morning before school. Her story emphasizes the power of community.

Julian Pierce: Pt. 1

One small county filled with drug trafficking, political corruption, and murder In the 1980s needed a change. Julian Pierce sought to be that change.  Part 1 explores the corruption that lead Julian to run for Judge.

Highway of Tears

There's a long stretch of Canadian highway that for years has been the scene of many missing and murdered women, many of them Indigenous. We start by telling the story of Delphine Nikal and Canada's reckoning for the MMIW crisis. 

Jap Locklear

Jap was a 71 year old Lumbee man found murdered In his neighbor's home In 2012. With no explanation, no arrests, and no information for the family his case has turned cold. 

Joyce and Teresa

This is the story of two little girls in one small town that were both involved in horrific hit-and-run accidents 10 years apart. Their deaths were tragic, preventable, and changed their family's lives forever. 

Kent Jacobs and Terry Lowery

Two Lumbee men, two different counties, two different decades, two completely different stories with the same lingering question--- Where are they? 

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