Angel Carlick was a vibrant youth worker, nicknamed ‘Happy-Go-Lucky’ by her loved ones. She had plans after graduation to become legal guardian of her brother and work to support struggling youth at her local resource centre. But just days before she was set to graduate in 2007, at age 18, Angel disappeared. Months later, her remains were found in a remote area in the Canadian north. In the highly-anticipated 8th season of Someone Knows Something, award-winning investigator David Ridgen delves into the cold case that has haunted Whitehorse for more than 15 years. As David works alongside Angel's family, friends, and community, he uncovers details surrounding her death and strives to bring her justice, while honouring the legacy of her late mother, Wendy. Find episode transcripts here: www.cbc.ca/1.6970507 Previous seasons: S1: Adrien McNaughton. S2: Sheryl Sheppard. S3: Dee & Moore. S4: Greavette. S5: Kerrie Brown. S6: Donald Izzett Jr.. S7: The Abortion Wars.
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The final episode in the unsolved case of Angel Carlick. David follows a new lead — and finally gets in touch with someone at the centre of a compelling tip.
New information comes to light about possible suspects in Angel’s murder. David receives an unexpected tip about a local ex-police officer.
I do not support blm I don't support kkk for great reasons, but I think u will find many will stand alongside you in season 3 no mattertheir color. No one deserves that no matter the color, hence why I don't stand with blm. ALL LIVES MATTER. I don't care what race. I was brought up with a parent who was raised biased, yet as my Dad aged, that even changed. I hope the podcast can find closure for season 1,2 and 3 plus ones to come I've yet to hear. Best wishes. Luv the podcast and the attention... more
David Ridgen is an excellent story teller who does not sensationalize, but humanizes the people he works with, and their loved ones. I always look forward to the work he creates.
I’ve enjoyed every season of SKS!
Someone Knows Something is so much more than just a podcast. I have listened to them all. If there is a true crime podcast out there - I have at least tried it. NOTHING CAN COME ANYWHERE EVEN REMOTELY CLOSE TO "SOMEONE KNOWS SOMETHING". I find myself holding my breath while listening and not even realizing it. Thank you David. You'll never truly know the gift you are giving.
David Ridgen adds a different layer to every true crime investigation that he undertakes. His empathetic and respectful way of treating others is exemplary and creates an intimacy often absent in true crime stories. more
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