The Disappearance of Selina Wallace

Selina Wallace holding a baby

EARLY LIFE: Selina Wallace was one of 10 children born to a family from the We Wai Kai First Nation, located in Quadra Island’s Cape Mudge, across from the Campbell River in British Columbia. Growing up, she was known to be very family-oriented, spending the summers picking berries with her mother and fishing with her father.

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Lander County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: At 11:45am on February 25, 1990, hikers discovered partial skeletal remains scattered across the area of Hilltop Road on Shoshone Mountain in rural Lander County, Nevada. Among the bones found include a fragmented skull and mandible, ankle bones, and vertebrae. The body’s torso was never recovered. The area where the remains were found had

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The Disappearance of Betsy Owens

EARLY LIFE: Betsy Rosa Owens was born on July 7, 1973. A member of the Pauingassi First Nation, she was close with her sisters, Caroline Owens and Valerie Leveque, and loved swimming with them in Fishing Lake, the body of water that surrounds the community. According to her family, Betsy was a nice girl who

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Banff Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On April 8, 1979, two hikers discovered a human skull in Banff National Park, Alberta, down a steep bank near 40 Mile Creek. A search of the area uncovered additional remains, including several ribs and vertebrae, a leg bone, and a shoulder blade. The location where the remains were found is approximately 200-330 metres

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