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June 20, 2021
Episode 105 – Grace Millane
Backpacking around the world – very few ideas bring to mind such a sense of adventure, independence, and romantic idealism. For one young woman, in November 2018, traveling the world before jumping into a career was a dream come true. But she never could’ve imagined the danger in store for her in what is widely considered one of the safest countries in the entire world.
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In the very early morning hours of March 19th, 2011, 22 year old Sian O’Callaghan decided to walk back to her apartment after a night out at a club in Swindon, England; totally unaware a predator was lurking in the shadows.
Russell Tillis was described by residents of Bowden Circle East in Jacksonville Florida, as “the neighbor from hell.” Since taking over his parent’s already dilapidated home, Russell set to work transforming the property into a ramshackle fortress.
When 25 year old Josefina Rivera stepped into a white Cadillac on the evening of November 26th, 1986, it set in motion the first of a series of sinister events that would shock Philadelphia to its core.
In the summer of 2016, in the city of Bend Oregon, the future was looking bright for Kaylee Sawyer. But in the early morning hours of July 24th, while Kaylee was walking alone in the dark after a rare argument with her boyfriend, someone she thought she could trust offered her a ride. Someone she thought could help her.
Usually when we think about the possibility of an intruder entering our home with the intention of bringing us harm, we think of a stranger. Someone we don’t know. But what happens when the intruder is someone from within? In the picturesque neighborhood of Carrollwood, Florida, Vicki Robinson finds herself caught in what became every parent’s worst nightmare.
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