Beatrice “BB” Villela was a 19 year old from San Antonio, TX. She was a beautician who had hopes of moving to Chicago. On September 28, 1980, Beatrice allegedly met up with her boss to pick up supplies then took them to his salon. Beatrice then left. She was never seen again.
Lonene Ray Rogers, Lonnie to those who loved her most, was a 29 year old from Saegertown, PA. She was deaf and the mother of two. On the night of Jan. 7, 1981, Lonnie was at home with her children and husband. After putting the kids to bed, Lonnie’s husband claimed she left with another man. She was never seen again.
Audrey May Herron was a 31 year old from Freehold, NY. She was a nurse and the mother of 3. On the night of August 29, 2002, Audrey left her job in Catskill to make the 20 minute drive home. Audrey never arrived. She and her Jeep were never seen again.
Ed informs on the disappearance of Wendy Gessing and uses details of her case to illustrate important points regarding missing persons investigations, analysis, and reporting.
Ed analyzes the public information regarding the disappearance of 5 year old, Michael Joseph Vaughan, from Fruitland, ID on July 27, 2021.
Brenda Sue Sica was a 43 year old from Huntsville, Alabama. She was a bartender and military vet. In early July 2017, Brenda moved out of an apartment that had been paid for by her married boyfriend. Despite a forthcoming email where Brenda said she was in Wyoming, there is no proof of this. She was never seen again.
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 3rd volume of Season 2 covers the disappearances of Troy Galloway, Patty Action, Danielle Bell, Evelyn Hartley, Dowell Phillips, Tyler Stice, Bill Underhill, and Patricia Taylor.
Justin Siwek went missing from Kansas City, KS on June 20, 2021. Ed analyzes the public facts and illustrates 3 main points on how to view this missing persons case.
On July 14, 2017, Unfound covered the 2014 disappearance of Flight 370. Despite a total of over $200 million dollars being spent by a combination of countries, the Boeing 777 is still missing.
Robert Hurt: In Memoriam – developing