This episode is a follow-up to Episode 19. On the afternoon of August 26, 1995, 23-year-old Heather Teague disappeared from Newburgh Beach in Henderson County, Kentucky. She was sunbathing on the beach next to the Ohio River when a witness saw a white man approach her. He allegedly grabbed her by the hair and dragged her into the woods.
Patricia “Patti” Adkins went missing on June 29, 2001. She was last seen clocking out of the Honda Plant where she worked in Marysville, Ohio. Patti had been having an affair with a married co-worker and had told her sister he was planning to leave his wife for her.
On the afternoon of August 26, 1995, 23-year-old Heather Teague disappeared from Newburgh Beach in Henderson County, Kentucky. She was sunbathing on the beach next to the Ohio River when a witness saw a white man approach her. He allegedly grabbed her by the hair and dragged her into the woods.
Davidson County Museum of Art Director William Mark Alley disappeared on February 2, 2000, from Lexington, North Carolina. Mark was confronted by his coworkers about a discrepancy in the museum’s finances that morning. He left the museum and stopped at a gas station to buy some Tylenol PM. This is the last time anyone has seen Mark.
Ten years ago, 58-year-old Barbara Blount disappeared from her rural Holden, Louisiana home. Authorities found pots and pans stacked on her kitchen floor, part of a spring house cleaning. This episode features an exclusive interview with Barbara’s niece Suzanne Honeycutt.
Morgan Nick was attending a little league baseball game with her mother in Alma, Arkansas on June 9, 1995. She was last seen emptying sand out of her shoes near her mother’s car. When her mother, Colleen, went to look for her she was nowhere to be found. Morgan’s friends recalled seeing a suspicious looking man talking to her.
Leigh Occhi went missing on August 27, 1992, from Tupelo, Mississippi. She was 13 years old at the time of her disappearance. This episode features an exclusive interview with William Moore of The Daily Journal in Tupelo, Mississippi.
Tiffany Whitton was 26 years old when she went missing from Walmart in Marietta, Georgia on September 13, 2013 at 2 am. She was last seen fleeing from the Walmart parking lot on foot after she was caught shoplifting by loss and prevention.
Carrie Lawson was kidnapped on September 11, 1991, in Jasper, Alabama. She was 25 years old and recently graduated from the University of Alabama law school. This stunning case still haunts the community 27 years later.
Ten years ago, 58-year-old Barbara Blount disappeared from her rural Holden, Louisiana home. Authorities found pots and pans stacked on her kitchen floor, part of a spring house cleaning. More ominously, they also found her car abandoned in the woods on a nearby gravel road.
LaToya Brown was last seen leaving her family's home in Northport, Alabama on April 26, 2011. She split her time between her mother's home and her aunt's, along Alabama Highway 69 South. She left to go get food with a friend, and never returned.
We have an exciting update to our investigation into the disappearance of Stephen Lankester-Cox. Listen to this bonus minisode with our host Kristi Bryant. A few days ago she received an email from Stephen’s mother, Sherri, that shed some light on unanswered questions from Episode 5, Part 2.
Kristi Bryant, Southern Gone’s host and lead investigator, delves deeper in to the case of Stephen Lankester-Cox. Stephen went missing on November 18, 2004. He was last seen leaving his mother’s house in Acworth, Georgia. This was the last time anyone in his family saw him...or was it?