Tag: Canada

The Disappearance of Lori Lee Kasprick

EARLY LIFE: Lori Lee Kasprick was born in 1961. One of seven kids, her upbringing was difficult. Her mother wasn’t always around, and according to her brother, Rick, their father struggled to raise the children by himself. The Kasprick family lived in Winnipeg and Vogar, Manitoba before relocating to Hilliard, Alberta. Despite being a happy-go-lucky

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The Disappearance of Madison Roy-Boudreau

EARLY LIFE: 14-year-old Madison Roy-Boudreau lived in Bathurst, New Brunswick with her family. A bright, bubbly girl, she was known for her love of singing and dance. She had many friends, whom she’d met while attending school within the Anglophone School District North. DISAPPEARANCE: Madison was last seen by her father around 7:30am on the

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The Disappearance of Shelly Dene

EARLY LIFE: Shelly Tannis Dene was born in 1988. A member of Alberta’s Fort McKay First Nation through family ties, she also had a strong connection to the Mikisew Cree Nation of northeastern Albert and the Northwest Territories. Growing up, Shelly dealt with the lasting effects of residential schools. Both her parents had been placed

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The Disappearance of Lindsey Nicholls

EARLY LIFE: Lindsey Jill Nicholls was born on September 12, 1978. Growing up, her father, Mark Nicholls, was an officer with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. As a result, her family was expected to move each time he received a transfer to another detachment. During the summer of 1992, Mark was transferred to Comox, British

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Sam Doe

*UPDATE: The RCMP have identified Sam Doe as 25-year-old Gordon Edwin Sanderson of Edmonton, Alberta.* *This article refers to the John Doe commonly known as Septic Tank Sam. In respect for the victim, it will refer to him as Sam Doe.* DISCOVERY: On April 13, 1977, Charlie and Mavis McLeod of Tofield, Alberta were looking

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