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The Vanishing Point

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Society & CultureTrue Crime

Six hundred thousand people are reported missing each year. Most are isolated events without a common thread. But in some instances, the victims are linked by one key detail…location. From the creators of Up and Vanished, The Vanishing Point transports listeners to the last known location shared by multiple missing individuals, uncovering new details about their cases and the significance of the area. In this six episode installment, we’ll take you to Hoopa, California, home of the Hoopa Valley tribe. Located in the Pacific Northwest, this area is known for its breathtaking landscapes but there’s more to it than just its natural beauty. It holds a haunting history of numerous unsolved missing person cases. Join host Celisia Stanton and the Up and Vanished team as we explore what makes this tribal land…a vanishing point.

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4.6 out of 5 stars from 329 ratings
  • Unbearable

    First episode felt like nothing but whining about the reservation system. Unbearable listen to. Especially if you’ve lived in literally any other low SES community and realize their experience is exactly the same and they aren’t as special as they think they are.

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