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Lost and Missing: True Stories of People Gone Missing and Never Found

Murder, Scandals, and Mayhem, Book 5)
Narrated by: Paul Aulridge
Length: 1 hr and 49 mins
Categories: Non-fiction, True Crime
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Summary

Your loved one is missing! What can you do? The minutes, hours, days, and even weeks drag by with no word. Imagine living the rest of your life never knowing what happened to them, where they are, if they are even alive!

Lost and Missing: True Stories of People Gone Missing and Never Found contains true life stories of people who have disappeared from the face of the earth, including the circumstances surrounding their disappearances, the investigations, the results, and the current status of the cases.

In some instances, foul play is definitely involved. In other cases, bad luck, poor judgment, or just wrong place, wrong time factors have affected the outcomes.

Some of the stories within are:

  • The missing colonists of Roanoke Island
  • The heiress who went shopping and never returned
  • The English Lord who disappeared after a night of bloodshed
  • The tragic mystery of three missing Australian children
  • The man who vanished from a cruise ship
  • And many more.

Be prepared to be confounded, confused and left curious. These cases have never been solved and some continue to be investigated to this day.

©2014 Maica International LLC (P)2015 Maica International LLC

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  • Freq. Shopper
  • 22-09-15

I really enjoyed the stories.

I liked the stories. I liked that they give the the story and a current update (from when the book was released). Though most is speculation they give different sides and you can choose what you think is the most rationale. Many of the stories are sad because they are still all unsolved but the narrator is not depressing more like an official report. Some stories are so old they will always be mysteries. The book is kind of short.

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  • R Neustel
  • 27-05-18

Nicely done missing persons compilation

This is a nicely done missing persons compilation with several cases I hadn't heard of before. I listen to quite a few of these, so it was nice to hear some new occurrrences.

I enjoy listening to this narrator, but often he speaks a bit too fast. Tthat's not a problem if I'm listening on a device where I can reduce the speed in small increments, but often the device I use lowers the speed too much.