The disappearance of Amanda Ward-Romine
Kandi Gonzalez went missing from Prestonsburg, KY on June 1, 2021. Ed analyzes three aspects of her disappearance.
Rashan Anthony Francis was a 42 year old from Scranton, PA. He was originally from New York City and loved music. On November 6, 2018, Rashan called his mother to say people were after him and that they were going to kill him. He then hung up. Rashan did not answer any following calls. He was ever seen again.
Randy Stewart Doran was a 22 year old from Sacramento County, CA. He was a former Marine and loved to write songs. In the Spring of 1978, Randy moved to New Orleans to start a new life. Once he got there, Randy sent a message to his family that he was okay. He was never seen again . . . or was he?
Shawn Luke Antill was a 24 year old from Harrison County, Ohio. He was the father of two and his nickname was Scrappy. On December 23, 2017, Shawn was with Preston Yates. Accounts differ but allegedly they got chased in Preston’s car, ran into a fence, then Shawn ran off. He was never seen again.
Edward provides relevant updates during his Unfound Newsletter
On June 15, 2018, Unfound covered a disappearance that quickly became a landmark in this program’s history. As the host I could’ve never predicted the effect this case would have on myself, the people involved, and you the listeners. Today, I replay the original episode with new commentary at the end as Unfound re-visits the now death of Tom Brown.
Ed discusses a young man from Arkansas who went missing in Mexico on March 29, 2021.
The Disappearance of Rachel Cyriacks
Unfound is a weekly missing persons program devoted to solving disappearances. Unfound strives to do this by talking to the people who know the most about the cases–family members, detectives, and reporters. In the Unfound book series, you will discover the facts, read the interviews, and learn how these disappearances have affected so many lives. This 2nd volume of Season 2 covers the disappearances of Helen Dymond, Lauria Bible & Ashley Freeman, Lucinda Huels, Ashley Koller, Debbie Lowe, Patrick Beavers, and Clinton Nelson.