Oxygen Media, the network for high-quality crime programming, premieres “Up and Vanished,” based on the hit investigative podcast of the same name with over 240 million downloads that put a national spotlight on the small town mystery of Tara Grinstead. The special, premiering Sunday, November 18 at 7PM ET/PT, will focus on the mysterious disappearance of Tara, a Georgia beauty queen and school teacher who went missing in 2005, and where the police investigation is today in the aftermath of Payne’s groundbreaking podcast. For a sneak peek visit: https://www.oxygen.com/up-and-vanished/season-1/videos/up-and-vanished-airs-sunday-november-18th
In this special, Payne Lindsey and his team will pick up where the podcast left off, which was with an investigation that lead to the arrest of two men who plead not guilty and are still awaiting trial.
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OXYGEN MEDIA DEBUTS REAL-TIME INVESTIGATIVE SPECIAL “UP AND VANISHED” BASED ON THE POPULAR PAYNE LINDSEY PODCAST
PREMIERING SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH AT 7PM ET/PT
NEW YORK, NY – October 30, 2018 – Oxygen Media, the network for high-quality crime programming, premieres “Up and Vanished,” based on the hit investigative podcast of the same name with over 240 million downloads that put a national spotlight on the small town mystery of Tara Grinstead. The special, premiering Sunday, November 18 at 7PM ET/PT, will focus on the mysterious disappearance of Tara, a Georgia beauty queen and school teacher who went missing in 2005, and where the police investigation is today in the aftermath of Payne’s groundbreaking podcast. For a sneak peek visit: https://www.oxygen.com/up-and-vanished/season-1/videos/up-and-vanished-airs-sunday-november-18th
In this special, Payne Lindsey and his team will pick up
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Police in Washington State found the remains last week of Lindsey Baum, a girl who vanished in 2009, never to be seen alive again.
“We’ve brought Lindsey home. We’ve recovered her,” Grays Harbor County Sheriff Rick Scott said at a press conference Thursday. “Sadly, she was not recovered as we and her family had hoped and prayed these last nine years.”
Baum disappeared when she was 10, and would have turned 20 last July.
She was last seen walking to a friend’s house in McCleary on June 26, 2009, to ask if she could spent the night. Her disappearance received national attention, with her photograph appearing on the cover of People magazine.
“I think somebody took her,” her mother, Melissa Baum, told ABC news in 2009 hours after Lindsey’s disappearance. “I’m trying to constantly push away the bad thoughts.”
Lindsey Baum’s remains were found by hunters in a remote area of eastern Washington in September 2017, in a place
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New details have surfaced that could explain the mysterious death of Sydney Loofe.
Loofe disappeared after a Tinder date in November, and her body was recovered the next month. A person of interest being questioned now says that her strangulation was the result of a sex game gone wrong, according to People.
The man, Aubrey Trail, admitted to accidentally strangling the 24-year-old during a sexual encounter that involved two other women.
Trail, 53, called the Omaha World Herald almost two weeks ago and said that he was responsible for Loofe’s death. Last week, he told the publication that the deadly date had been arranged online with Trail’s girlfriend, Bailey Boswell. He claimed that Loofe was a willing participant in a sexual fantasy that involved Trail and at least two other women. As for Boswell, Trail said that she was passed out on drugs and was outside of the room when the strangulation happened.
“It was suffocation. It
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A man has been arrested and accused of sexually assaulting and killing a missing mother of two. According to the Coloradoan, 30-year-old Khalid White made his first appearance in a Colorado court at the Larimer County Justice Center. White is accused of murdering 41-year-old Kimberlee Graves.
White has been charged with eight felonies: first-degree murder after deliberation, two counts of felony murder, sexual assault with a weapon resulting in serious bodily injury, robbery, tampering with a deceased human body, identity theft and motor vehicle theft.
As People reported, 41-year-old Graves vanished under suspicious circumstances on December 4, 2017. Authorities found her home ransacked, and her car was found over a week later in a parking garage. Her remains were found in Lory State Park by a park employee on January 9. Following a coroner’s examination, Graves’ cause of death was ruled a homicide by blunt force head
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On Sunday, the body of a missing 22-year-old pregnant woman was discovered after kayakers noticed a body wrapped in a plastic-like material, hung on a log on a river.
Savanna Greywind of Fargo, North Dakota has been missing since August 19. She was eight months pregnant.
Greywind was last seen at her apartment building when she modeled a dress for a female neighbor, Valley News Live reported. Last week, police arrested two neighbors, a man and a woman after the woman was found with what is thought to be Greywind’s baby, according to the International Business News.
William Hoehn, 32, and Brooke Crews, 38, reportedly hinted to the police that the baby was Greywind’s. However, they couldn’t tell police where Greywind was.
Both have been charged with conspiracy to commit kidnapping. According to KFGO, DNA testing is conducted to confirm the baby is Greywind’s.
Fargo Police Chief David Todd is investigating
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The Disappearance of Natalee Holloway premieres Saturday, August 19 at 7/6c and 9/8c.
She remains one of the most publicized missing person cases to date. Natalee Ann Holloway vanished on May 30, 2005, while on a high school graduation trip to Aruba. The 18-year-old honor student and dancer had finished high school just days before the trip.
“Natalee was an original,” one of her classmates and friends later recalled. She was obsessed with The Wizard of Oz. She had more Wizard of Oz stuff in her room than you’d ever seen! She was in love with Lynyrd Skynyrd. And she had a Sheltie named Macy. She loved that dog so much; she would color its hair with highlighters and paint its toenails.”
Natalee was also a brilliant student who’d been accepted to the University of Alabama on a full scholarship to study pre-med. She was supposed to fly home to Mountain Brook, Alabama on May
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Amy Lynn Bradley was on vacation with her parents and brother on the Royal Caribbean International cruise line ship Rhapsody of the Seas when she disappeared on March 24, 1998.
The ship was making its way through the Caribbean Sea when the 23-year-old vanished. Before she went missing, Amy was out socializing at the cruise’s disco with her brother, other passengers and a live band, Blue Orchid. One of the band’s member’s, Alister Douglas, known as Yellow, said he and Amy partied together, but that they said goodnight around 1 a.m.
Between 5:15 and 5:30 am, Amy’s father, Ron said he saw his daughter asleep on the cabin balcony. When he got up at 6 a.m, she was no longer there. She reportedly left behind her shoes, but took a lighter and her cigarettes. Her father said it was very unlike her to
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