A true crime documentary series focusing on solving the mysteries behind Canada’s missing and murdered women.

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Episodes Season 3

  • 1. Amber Tuccaro

    Amber Tuccaro was 20 years old, and the mother of a 14-month old boy when she travelled with her baby and a female friend from Fort McMurray to Nisku, Alberta with the plan of heading to Edmonton the next day, August 18, 2010. When she left her friend and son, Amber decided to hitchhike into the city, and was picked up by an unknown man. There was a conversation with this man that was recorded - it was the last time Amber’s voice was heard.

  • 2. Patricia Carpenter

    Patricia (Trish) Carpenter, a 14-year-old mother of a two-month-old boy, was found dead at a Toronto construction site on Sept. 25, 1992. The coroner’s investigative statement says Carpenter’s body was “wedged very tightly, head-first, into a pit…” and that she died of asphyxiation. The case was quickly wrapped up, with no evidence of foul play reported. However, the coroner eventually deemed it necessary to have an inquest into Patricia’s death.

  • 3. Crystal Andrews and Leah Anderson

    Crystal Andrews was from God’s Lake, Manitoba, a fly-in community 550 kilometres northeast of Winnipeg. Crystal went to a social on November 7, 2015, and her fiancé and two children waited for her to return home. She never made it. Her body was found November 9, 2015 in an isolated location in God’s Lake. She was 23 years old. Crystal’s death has been declared suspicious by RCMP, but no arrests have been made. January 6, 2013, 15-year-old Leah Anderson’s body was found, also under suspicious circumstances.

  • 4. Leona Brule

    Leona Brule was just 18 years old when she went to visit her boyfriend in Edmonton, Alberta, from Fort Providence, Northwest Territories, where she had been working as a live-in-nanny. It was March 1989…and about a year later when Leona stopped coming home to visit her mother, Leona’s mom filed a police report. RCMP suspects that Leona was living on the streets in Edmonton in the 1990s, but Leona has never been found, and her case remains open.

  • 5. Janet Sylvestre

    On October 13, 1994, the body of 38-year-old Janet Sylvestre was discovered in a wooded area, just outside of Saskatoon. Evidence at the scene indicated she was the victim of homicide. Janet's case remains unsolved. Janet Sylvestre was from the Dene nation and grew up in northern Saskatchewan, but as an adult spread her wings and moved to cities like Edmonton, Toronto, and then Saskatoon, but she was known to return home to La Loche to visit her family. Before she was murdered, Janet was last seen in Saskatoon, where her nickname was “Smiley" because Janet was always smiling.

  • 6. Amanda Cook

    14-year-old Amanda Cook went with her dad and brothers to the Rossburn Fair Festival on July 13, 1996, near her home in Waywayseecappo. The last time Amanda's dad saw his little girl was 6:30 or 7:00 that evening. Four days later, Amanda's lifeless body was found, beaten to death. Amanda's life was taken over twenty years ago and even though one man stood trial three times for her murder, her case has never been solved.

  • 7. Nicole Daniels

    On April 1, 2009, 16-year-old Nicole Daniels was found frozen to death behind a rental car agency in Winnipeg. When the autopsy report came back, Nicole’s family was shocked to find that no foul play was suspected. The cause of death was hypothermia, with acute alcohol intoxication as a significant contributing factor. However, Nicole’s family remembers her getting into a vehicle with an older man who they suspect Nicole met in a phone chat room. They believe that her death was not an accident.

  • 8. Caitlin Potts

    The day before her disappearance, 27-year-old Caitlin Potts was last seen at Orchard Park Mall in Kelowna, British Columbia. Caitlin last had contact with her loved ones when she sent her sister Codi a message on Facebook on February 22, 2016. On March 1, 2016, a missing persons report was made to the RCMP. No official missing persons alert appeared on the RCMP’s website until March 21, 2016. Caitlin’s disappearance is being treated as a homicide. Sadly, two other young women are missing from this region. Could there be a connection?

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