Missing Mysteries

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“Halloween is supposed to be a night where you can dress up and eat candy until you’re sick. We have always been told the horrors that could surround this coma inducing sugar filled night, but where did these terrifying stories come from? It’s not a shock to learn that they stem from real life occurrences. From people walking around in deadly disguises, to bitter pixie sticks. This month we talk about some real life Halloween scary stories, and we’re starting off with the people who just wanted to trick or treat, but ended up missing mysteries instead.”

I had assumed kidnappings would be at an all time high during this time of year. But honestly its really not. With kids walking up and down the streets you would guess terrible people would love this time of year, with kids walking around unsupervised, but it took a lot of researching to find any kind of kidnapping story.

These stories are obviously heart breaking, especially the ones that talk about the younger kids that are now nowhere to be found. I’m glad I have a platform to talk about it though, its important, and maybe we can bring them home one day. That’s always the hope right.

Remember, we are here to spread awareness! Please leave all hate out! Thanks!



Patricia Spencer, 16, and Pamela Hobley, 15







Hyun Jong “Cindy” Song 





Steven Damman 




research things to give you the most accurately covered cases possible, but I do make some mistakes and I do apologize for it. Nothing in this podcast should be taken as 100% facts and if you wish to know more about the case, I highly recommend doing your own research.

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