- Exploring the Creepy True Cases of People That Disappeared Overnight
- Narrated by: Dan Breitfeller
- Length: 1 hr and 9 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
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Exploring the creepy true cases of people that disappeared overnight...
Flyers, Facebook posts, television and radio notice – everyday, we see these things being used as the medium to announce that someone is missing. These notices are short lived, often intriguing us for a few minutes before they are erased from our minds completely until the same victim is found – either dead or safely alive.
The same is not true for the family. They lay awake, night after night, thinking about their lost loved ones. They spend time, money, and energy going places: from police station to possible witnesses.
In this audiobook, you'll learn of eight people who vanished and never returned. There was a soon-to-be college student who went on a big trip to San Francisco, there was also a battered wife who supposedly boarded a train at Bay Area Rapid Transit, and there was a 15-year-old boy who went out one afternoon to meet a friend, but must have met with foul play...
All the stories have clues in them, some could be considered having weak evidence while others have substantial leads. There are also cases which you'll feel as if an injustice was done, what with the police not doing everything in their power to solve the case...
Here's a Preview of what's in this audiobook...
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- Unexplained Disappearances: Not so Smart for Kristin to Get Drunk
- Unexplained Disappearances: The Aisenberg Tragedy
- Unexplained Disappearances: Confusing Family Tree
- Unexplained Disappearances: Where Kristen Went
- Unexplained Disappearances: Dottie’s Unrealized Plan
- Much, much more!
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Another good missing person book
I like listening to these missing person cases and trying to figure out what may have happened to the people that are gone without a trace. The narrator on this o e was especially good. One that was highly interesting to me in this one was the story about the Jamison family and also the Bennington Triangle.
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