Track 100: Candice Parchment
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Candice Parchment, 15, is a high school student at Forest Park high school in Georgia when she suddenly goes missing in April of 2010. Months go by and there is no word of Candice, who had recently emigrated to the United States with her mother from Jamaica. That is until her mother discovers her diary. Could Candice’s own words be exactly what detectives need to uncover what really happened to her? For a list of sources from today's episode and pictures, please visit www.itsthemysteryforme.com/episodes/candice-parchment Attorney Benjamin Crump's Instagram post highlighting our podcast Good ..read more
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FAQs - Part 1
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On this episode, we answer some questions that have been submitted by listeners.  Here are the questions: Will Norma finally accept IG follower requests?  Are yall dating anyone? What motivates you?  What practice area is Norma going into? What is Priscilla’s new job?  Can Priscilla mentor me? What shocked you most about the podcast process? What case(s) lives rent free in your mind? What’s the most important thing you learned about yourselves from hosting this podcast? What is it like to look back on 100 episodes together? We will be doing a FAQs Part 2 for our 3rd year ..read more
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Track 99: Dominique Allen
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  Dominique Allen, 15, decided to have a sleepover with her girlfriends one weekend in August 2014. What was supposed to be a fun girls night was anything but that. In the morning when Dominique’s sister goes to wake up the girls, Dominique is the only one missing. What transpired next was something no one saw coming.  For a list of sources from today's episode and pictures, please visit www.itsthemysteryforme.com/episodes/dominique-allen Attorney Benjamin Crump's Instagram post highlighting our podcast Good Morning America article regarding ITMFM Parentology article Our Social Me ..read more
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Track 98: Katrina Brownlee
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Katrina Brownlee, 18, thought she hit the jackpot when she met her boyfriend, correctional officer, Alex Irvin, but she soon realizes that is not the case.  Alex becomes increasingly abusive and in 1992,  a pregnant Katrina takes her two daughters and leave Alex as a result.  After about a month, Alex manages to sweet talk her back.... but when she arrives, she is not met with anything remotely sweet.  National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800.799.SAFE (7233) For a list of sources from today's episode and pictures, please visit www.itsthemysteryforme.com/episodes/katrina-br ..read more
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Track 97: Rosaline (Rhonda) Ransom
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Rosaline Ransom,  who is referred to as “Rhonda” by her family & friends, was a 32 year old single mother to three children. Life wasn’t always easy for her and her kids but things seemed to be finally turning around in 2013. Rosaline decided to pursue her dreams of becoming a nurse and had just enrolled in college for the upcoming Fall semester. But her dreams were curtailed on May 26, 2013 when Rosaline leaves her house and doesn’t return. Her disappearance shocked her community of Pontiac, Michigan. But even more shocking was the list of of suspects. So, what really happened to Ros ..read more
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Track 96: Cynthia Epps
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4M ago
On June 29, 1994, Cynthia Epps, 29, was supposed to return home after her night walk. But according to her boyfriend, Carter, Cynthia never came home which was odd for the single mother of two. An unexpected 911 call the following day would lead to a shocking discovery. But even with these known details, there are still so many questions leaving Cynthia’s family and neighborhood of East Buffalo, NY, desperate for answers. For a list of sources from today's episode and pictures, please visit www.itsthemysteryforme.com/episodes/cynthia-epps Attorney Benjamin Crump's Instagram post highlightin ..read more
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Track 95: Shaniya Davis
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4M ago
Shaniya Davis should have been occupied with 5 year old things, like starting kindergarten or playing with her friends.  But, her upbringing provided unique challenges.  Her mother was battling a drug addiction and as such, was not fit to be a parent.  As a result, Shaniya was raised primarily by her dad, Bradley, from around age 1 to age 5.  But in September 2009, the living arrangements change and Shaniya is impacted by this decision in a horrific way.    *This episode involves violence against children.  As always, listeners’ discretion is advised. For a ..read more
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Track 94: Michelle McMullen
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5M ago
Michelle McMullen has started a new life for her and her son down in Louisana, where she is working towards a degree in business.  When there is an issue with a school grant, Michelle starts to feel the pressure of being a full time student, employee and single mother.  She makes the approx. 18 hour drive to PA, where her parents reside, to drop off her son.  Instead of resting, she gets right back on the road to head back to Louisana, but she never makes it there.  Her parents and police scramble to find answers.  What happened to Michelle? For a list of sources from ..read more
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Track 93: Tynesha Stewart
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5M ago
Tynesha Stewart was an honors student throughout high school and graduated in the top 3% of her class. Talk about black excellence! Unsurprisingly, she had scholarship offers to multiple colleges and ultimately decided to attend Texas A&M University, which was only 2 hours away.  Tynesha was on the verge of completing her second semester in college when tragedy struck.  Law enforcement describes this case as one of the most gruesome ones they've seen in their careers.  Who could commit such a heinous crime against Tynesha? Unfortunately, the answer lurks devastatingly close ..read more
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Track 92: Andreen McDonald
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6M ago
At 20, Andreen McDonald, a Jamaican native, married Andre McDonald, a captain in the Air Force, and moved to San Antonio, Texas to begin their lives together.  By 22, she had built an assisted living business.  By 29, that business had made her a millionaire.   Everything in her life was absolutely fabulous: she was now a mom to a beautiful daughter, had a loving husband and tons of support from her family and friends.  By all accounts, she was healthy and seemingly happy.  But as we know, not all that glitters is gold and while 29 marked the year she became a milliona ..read more
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