The second segment in the Skidmore, Missouri series.
April 11, 2001 - 20-year-old Branson Perry decided to spend the day cleaning his house in preparation for his father’s return from hospital. His friend Gena came over to help him. At one point, he went to put something in the outdoor storage shed, telling Gena he would be right back. He was never seen again. Read More
It’s a very different story I’m going to tell here: that of Shannon Matthews. I began this piece with Madeleine’s case because if Madeleine hadn’t disappeared, it’s likely Shannon wouldn’t have either. This case has always fascinated me and I can’t wait to tell you about it. Read More
June 4 2010, a Friday, wasn’t just any day for 7-year-old Kyron Horman. It was the day of the annual science fair held at Skyline Elementary in Portland, Oregon, where he was in the second grade. Kyron was a science buff and was excited to attend the fair and find out about his schoolmates’ projects. He was especially proud of his own project on Red Eyed Tree Frogs. Read More
Cheshire, Connecticut is known for two things: as the ‘Bedding Plant Capital of Connecticut’, and for the brutal slayings of a mother and her two daughters, an horrific event which sent shockwaves through the close-knit community. The day became known to locals as Cheshire’s own 9/11. Read More
You know those cases that are just so awful and incomprehensible that they stay with you no matter what? For me, this is the story of Shanda Sharer. Read More