This is a list of episodes of Disappeared, a television program broadcast on the Investigation Discovery network that documents missing persons cases. The program was first aired in December 2009, with subsequent series shown through 2013, and, after a three-year hiatus, resumed in 2016 through 2018. A new series began in 2022 following a four-year absence.
Christine Ullman, a 31-year-old mother, was reported missing by her boyfriend after she disappeared from a Green Hills condo complex in January 1999. Two months later, she was found dead on a creek bed in a wooded area. After a months-long investigation, Postiglione identified her killer, aided by a detail he recalled from the crime scene.
Warning: Spoilers for Lovecraft Country follow. In the previous episode, fans followed Atticus, Leti, and Montrose in "A History of Violence," as they travelled to Boston in search of the missing pages from the sacred Book of Names. The episode put a spin on the Lovecraft Country short story "Abdullah's Book." With the characters going on a big quest, it definitely gave off major Indiana Jones vibes, or what Tic called, "some Journey to the Center of the Earth type sh*t."
With the help of the former Fox River Warden Pope, Michael and Sara succeed in getting the USB flash drive in Frank's private locker. After leaving Kellerman behind, Lincoln, Michael and Sara soon found that the recorded conversation on the USB drive could not be used as evidence due to its modified time-stamp. They decide to blackmail Reynolds instead. When this also fails, Michael and Lincoln are forced to escape to Panama but are forced to leave Sara behind after she is arrested. (2x20) Upon discovering that T-Bag is in Panama City, Michael decides to go and capture him, which he successfully does. However, when Michael returns to his boat with Westmoreland's money to find Lincoln missing, he receives a call from Mahone, who demands the boat and the money in exchange for Lincoln's life. Michael outsmarts Magone and escapes with Lincoln. At his new boat, Michael and Lincoln are reunited with Sara, who tells them that Lincoln has been exonerated after Kellerman's testimony.
This leaves Axl with: a pissed off Gaia; a missing Zeb; the police wanting to arrest him; and no idea where all of this came from.It is Anders who figures things out: if Axl is inside for stealing a big bag of cocaine, then that rather takes him out of play for the search for the Frigg.Clearly it is their rivals, the Goddesses, playing dirty in the war they have got going.While Anders relishes this challenge, Axl is really not thrilled at the thought of prison.
In the shot where Rex removes the helmet of the disguised commando droid he just destroyed and he and Cody are subsequently attacked, the piece of Cody's armor that should be on his right thigh is missing.
Heather Michele Cohen is a Tennessee-based licensed private investigator, bounty hunter and podcast host. She specializes in cold cases, homicides and missing persons cases. ("The Accused and the Lover", :33)
Born Heather Michele Richardson, she grew up in Saint Joseph, Missouri. She spent the majority of her teen years in a home for troubled youth (Cohen, p.16) and graduated from Central High School in 1995 (Cohen, p.19). She moved to Nashville in 2001 to pursue a career in music ("The Accused and the Lover," 10:12). It wasn't until after her mother was killed in a head on collision, in 2008, that she decided to pursue a career in the legal field. Cohen started her career as a paralegal. ("The Accused and the Lover," 10:20-10:38.), but discovered her passion for investigating unsolved homicide and missing persons cases, in 2011, after volunteering search efforts in the disappearance of Holly Bobo (Cohen, p.38). Cohen started her own private investigation company, HMC Investigations, in May of 2016 (Cohen, p.54)
Jaidynn, Katya, and Ginger skip into the room together. Fame is missing her husband but also enjoys lingering hugs from the incredibly handsome Trixie, which makes both Ginger and I slightly uncomfortable.
The one death this week was a big letdown. It was a weak and predictable choice to have the sole death be that of a minor character who we had just met earlier in the same episode. Plus, I vaguely recall promises that there would be huge, game-changing deaths on this show every week? Yeah, not so much. "Haunted House" definitely seemed to be missing that sense of urgency. 781b155fdc