Unfound’s first episode debuted on the first Friday of September, 2016—yep, four years ago today. In those four years, the program has covered just over 180 missing persons cases. To recognize this 4 yr anniversary, you get to hear the first interview I ever conducted and, after, you’ll get to hear new 2020 commentary.
Jennifer Rayleen Casper-Ross was a 30 year old from Reno, NV. She was a showgirl and mother. At 5:30 in the morning of May 5, 2005. Jennifer showed up at her mother’s work in an agitated state. Her mother wasn’t there. Jennifer then kicked off her shoes, jumped a fence and ran off. She was never seen again.
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Excerpt from Private Patreon Blog Remember: The opposite of love isn’t hate; it’s indifference. And I think John Para was indifferent to Shelva. I think that’s why he allowed her to make those allegations against him. I think that’s why John didn’t try to sue her for making those statements. I think he went to […]
Donald David Smatlak was a 25 year old from North Versailles, PA. On Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006 he left his apartment to visit a friend in the neighboring town of Delmont. He never reached his destination and was never seen again.
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Kelly Rothwell, a 35 year old woman from Indian Rocks Beach, FL, was a police cadet who just a few weeks from graduation. On March 12, 2011 she told a friend she was going to home to break up with her boyfriend. Kelly was never seen again.
Thomas Kelly Brown was an 18 year old from Canadian, TX. He was president of his class and loved acting and public speaking. On the night of November 23, 2016, Thomas was on his way home after hanging out with friends. He stopped to get gas in his Dodge Durango. He was never seen again.