Joshua Guimond | A Re-Examination | Ep 235

On November 2, 2016, Unfound covered the disappearance of Joshua Guimond. His case is still unsolved. Now, in conjunction with the recent coverage by Dr. Grace Telesco of Nova Southeastern University, we re-release the original interview with done with Patrick Marker, along with a new introduction and new summation in the hopes of re-igniting the public’s involvement in this case.



Joshua Cheney Guimond was a 20 year old student at St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota. On the night of November 9th, 2002, he was playing cards with his friends in their dorm room. Around 11pm he left the room, his friend thinking he went back to his dorm. He was never seen again.

Find Joshua: http://www.findjoshua.com

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/joshua.guimondmissing

Charley Project: http://charleyproject.org/case/joshua-cheney-guimond

Behind The Pine Curtain: http://www.behindthepinecurtain.com/wordpress/welcome/

https://www.mprnews.org/story/2017/11/08/15-year-search-missing-st-johns-student-yields-frustration-few-answers

If you have any information concerning the disappearance of Joshua Guimond, please contact the Stearns County Sheriff’s Department at (320) 259-3700.

MAP ANALYSIS CONCERNING DISAPPEARANCE OF JOSHUA GUIMOND
EDWARD IS INTERVIEWED BY DR. GRACE TELESCO
Edward is invited by Dr. Grace Telesco and class of Nova Southeaster University Fischler School of CJ to discuss Joshua’s case live on YouTube
ORIGINAL EPISODE

Did Josh plan to meet somebody at 11pm that night to sell an ID and something went bad? Conceivable.

Really . . . murder somebody over a fake ID? it’s hard to imagine. I would also say that surely other people would’ve known that Josh planned to meet someone that night for fake ID purposes. Yet, in almost 20 years, seemingly no one has said a thing. What to make of that?”

By Edward Dentzel

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