Are you the key to solving a mystery? That question is at the heart of this original series from Dateline. Correspondents Josh Mankiewicz, Andrea Canning and Keith Morrison report on perplexing missing person cases brought to Dateline’s attention by our social media followers. Each episode focuses on one person’s story, as told by those left behind. Listen carefully to the details, descriptions and clues offered by family, friends and investigators. Something you hear might jog a memory that could help authorities crack a case. Follow and subscribe now for Season 2. Episodes drop weekly through June 2023.
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A good show. The narrator reminds me of Dr. Phil.
If you really want to make an impact and rattle the cages of everyone,reveal who the rich and famous who were on Epstein's Island, I mean everyone and not take party lines like the left media has done, have the guts to put it out there and investigate all people that are missing including the children of Epstein’s island. To many of these missing or abused kids are covered up by the Hollywood elite and the political elite.
There's no resources b******* they paid 8 million dollars to find a submarine of a bunch of millionaires.look it up
these arent updated weekly - or even every few weeks. silly lil advertising :)
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Dateline: Missing In America launched a year ago and published 15 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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