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Southern Gone is a true crime podcast that believes every missing person deserves to be found. Join host Kristi Bryant, armchair detective and Georgia native, as she investigates missing person cases in the southern United States. She uses her tenacity, inability to hear no, and southern charm to shed light on past and present cases. Each episode features a different missing person case and insightful interviews with reporters and the missing person’s family. For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5 star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode. Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone. Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!

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Southern Gone is a true crime podcast that believes every missing person deserves to be found. Join host Kristi Bryant, armchair detective and Georgia native, as she investigates missing person cases in the southern United States. She uses her tenacity, inability to hear no, and southern charm to shed light on past and present cases. Each episode features a different missing person case and insightful interviews with reporters and the missing person’s family. For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5 star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode. Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone. Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!

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This podcast specifically steals hard work of other podcast and does not site their sources nor give credit where credit is due. They have specifically been asked to stop and remove the content and have not done so and keep advertising the episode in question. They then block everyone who doesn’t agree with them so they can’t tell the other followers what she actually did. You specifically stole details from another podcast that they went a researched. It wasn’t posted in any papers and the only way to have known the info was to get it specifically from her podcast.

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iTunes Ratings

323 Ratings
Average Ratings
239
25
14
14
31

Plagiarism

By jackie12B - Nov 15 2019
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This podcast specifically steals hard work of other podcast and does not site their sources nor give credit where credit is due. They have specifically been asked to stop and remove the content and have not done so and keep advertising the episode in question. They then block everyone who doesn’t agree with them so they can’t tell the other followers what she actually did. You specifically stole details from another podcast that they went a researched. It wasn’t posted in any papers and the only way to have known the info was to get it specifically from her podcast.

Love this podcast

By karibell2 - Nov 07 2019
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Thank you for taking the time to make this podcast love it
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Southern Gone

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Southern Gone is a true crime podcast that believes every missing person deserves to be found. Join host Kristi Bryant, armchair detective and Georgia native, as she investigates missing person cases in the southern United States. She uses her tenacity, inability to hear no, and southern charm to shed light on past and present cases. Each episode features a different missing person case and insightful interviews with reporters and the missing person’s family. For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5 star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode. Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone. Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!

Rank #1: Episode 23: Carrie Lawson Part 2

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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 and her family 28 years later.

Join Kristi as she delves back into the Carrie Lawson case with Carrie’s sister Margaret Smith Kubiszyn. If you want to hear part 1 of this story listen to Episode 9 before you listen to this episode.

The kidnapping happened around 3 a.m. at the home Carrie shared with her husband, 26-year-old Earl Lawson. They received a middle-of-the-night call from a woman claiming to be a nurse who said a close family member was at the hospital. As the couple left for the hospital, a gunman appeared at their vehicle. He forced Earl to the ground and instructed Carrie to bind her husband with duct tape.

The gunman, Jerry Bland, demanded a ransom in exchange for the safe return for Carrie. Carrie’s family was willing to pay the $300,000 ransom in order to get their daughter back. Unfortunately, things didn't go as planned.

Karen McPherson, Jerry Bland’s cousin, has been serving 25 years in prison for the kidnapping of Carrie Lawson but to this day Carrie has never been found.

Southern Gone is an independently produced podcast. This means everything we do is on our time and our dime. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5-star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode. For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com.

Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!

May 08 2019

52mins

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Rank #2: Episode 9: Carrie Lawson

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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.

The kidnapping happened around 3 a.m. at the home Carrie shared with her husband, 26-year-old Earl Lawson. They received a middle-of-the-night call from a woman claiming to be a nurse who said a close family member was at the hospital. As the couple left for the hospital, a gunman appeared at their vehicle. He forced Earl to the ground and instructed Carrie to bind her husband with duct tape.

The gunman, Jerry Bland, demanded a ransom in exchange for the safe return for Carrie. Carrie’s family was willing to pay the $300,000 ransom in order to get their daughter back. Unfortunately, things didn't go as planned.

Karen McPherson, Jerry Bland’s cousin, has been serving 25 years in prison for the kidnapping of Carrie Lawson but to this day Carrie has never been found.

Join Kristi as she delves into the Carrie Lawson case. What happened to her? Will she ever be found?

Southern Gone is an independently produced new podcast, which means we fund everything ourselves. We do this because we believe that all the missing deserve to be found.

Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5-star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode.

Sep 12 2018

21mins

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Rank #3: Episode 24: Carrie Lawson Part 3

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Welcome to part 3 of our investigation into the Carrie Smith Lawson disappearance! We believe there is more to this story and more people involved in Carrie's disappearance than the one person, Karen McPherson, in prison for her kidnapping.

Join Kristi as she delves back into the Carrie Lawson case with an exclusive interview with one of Karen McPherson’s close family members.

Southern Gone is an independently produced podcast. This means everything we do is on our time and our dime. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5-star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode. For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com.

Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!

Sources:

https://www.al.com/news/birmingham/2016/09/carrie_lawson_disappeared_25_y.html

https://www.nytimes.com/1991/10/02/us/kidnapped-woman-still-missing-as-suspect-is-an-apparent-suicide.html

May 22 2019

1hr 8mins

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Rank #4: Episode 25: Carrie Lawson Part 4

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Welcome to part 4 of our investigation into the Carrie Smith Lawson disappearance! We are not done with this case and are still looking for answers. Carrie was kidnapped in 1991 in Jasper, Alabama and has never been seen again.

Did Jerry Bland, one of Carrie’s kidnappers, really kill himself or was he murdered? How involved was Karen McPherson in the kidnapping and should she be serving a life sentence? Finally, we discuss the corruption that is deep rooted in Walker County, Alabama and try to figure out who the real mastermind was in Carrie’s disappearance and presumed murder.

Join Kristi as she delves back into the Carrie Lawson case with an exclusive interview with James Lancaster, Karen’s brother. We continue to believe there is more to this story and more people involved in Carrie's disappearance than the one person, Karen McPherson, in prison for her kidnapping. Who were the others, not including Jerry Bland and Karen McPherson, who were a part of this kidnapping?

Our hope is to bring everyone who was involved in Carrie’s case to justice. We also want to bring peace and justice to Carrie’s family. If you have information about this case please contact Kristi at southerngone@gmail.com.


Southern Gone is an independently produced podcast. This means everything we do is on our time and our dime. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5-star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode. For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com.


Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!

Jun 05 2019

1hr 10mins

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Rank #5: Episode 3: Sabrina Aisenberg

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Sabrina Aisenberg went missing on November 24, 1997. She went missing from her home in Tampa, Florida. She was 5 months old at the time of her disappearance. Mrs. Aisenberg was getting up to get her 2 older children ready for school like she always did. At 6 am on November 24, 1997, Marlene Aisenberg woke up and went into her kitchen. She was surprised to find the laundry room door to the garage was open. She ran to her baby's room only to discover that Sabrina and her favorite yellow blanket had vanished.

The police quickly focused in on the Aisenbergs as the main suspects in their daughter's disappearance. Although, there was no evidence of foul play on the part of Sabrina's parents. The Aisenberg's were later indicted on federal perjury charges but those charges quickly fell apart. The Aisenbergs moved from their Tampa home to Maryland at Steven's house that he grew up in. They still maintain even 20 years later that their daughter was kidnapped. If you have any information about Sabrina's disappearance, please contact the Hillsborough County Sheriff's office at 813-247-8200.

Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

If you have your own thoughts or theories about this case that you would like to share, please email me at southerngone@gmail.com. We are now on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. If you like what you hear, please leave us a 5-star review to help us garner more exposure. Be sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram!

For everything Southern Gone, check out our website at www.southerngone.com and sign up for our email list for updates, fun facts about the podcasts, and podcasts recaps.

Apr 30 2018

45mins

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Rank #6: Episode 19: Heather Teague

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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.

The police arrived shortly after and began to search the beach. They found a piece of Heather’s bathing suit but didn’t locate Heather. She has not been seen or heard from since.

Heather’s mother Sarah has not given up on seeking justice for her daughter. In 2007 she had Heather legally declared dead so she could obtain the FBI’s records of the case. In 2016 Sarah filed a lawsuit after Kentucky State Police denied her open records request relating to the original 911 call reporting her daughter's abduction.

If you have any information on this case please contact Heather’s mother Sarah Teague 270-836-7643.

Southern Gone is an independently produced podcast. This means everything we do is on our time and our dime. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5-star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode. For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com.

Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!

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Medium.com

Charleyproject.org

Courierpress.com

Mar 27 2019

1hr 1min

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Rank #7: Episode 5, Part 1: Stephen Lankester-Cox

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Stephen Lankester-Cox went missing on November 18, 2004. He was last seen leaving his mother’s house where he resided in Acworth, Georgia. As he was leaving, he told his mother that he wouldn’t be gone too long. Police suspected foul play was involved almost immediately as rumors swirled around the community about Stephen being murdered. No body was ever found and no suspects have been charged with his disappearance or murder. Police have stated that this is a criminal investigation and continue to investigate leads.

Joshua Sharpe of the Atlanta Journal Constitution spent three years investigating the twists and turns of this perplexing case. Josh was interviewed in this episode about his findings in his investigation of Stephen’s disappearance. Josh also shared his theories as to what really happened to Stephen Lankester-Cox.

This case is one of the most heartbreaking cases that I have investigated to date. This story has so much information that I chose to break it up into 2 episodes. I encourage my listeners to read Josh’s article at http://specials.myajc.com/vanished/.

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Stephen Lankester-Cox, please contact the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Department at 678-493-4200.

Tune in on June 11, 2018 for Part 2 of this story. Featuring an interview with the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Department and a heartbreaking interview with Stephen’s Mom, Sherrie Lankester.

Southern Gone has decided to donate a portion of our donations that we receive from our listeners to a very worthy cause. The Polaris Project is an organization dedicated to eradicating modern slavery. Please help us reach our end of the year goal of $2,500 by going to our website at www.southerngone.com and hit the donate button. Please leave your name for a shout out on a future episode. Any amount will be appreciated as we at Southern Gone feel strongly about supporting this very worthy cause.

If you have your own thoughts or theories about this case that you would like to share, please email me at southerngone@gmail.com. We are now on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. If you like what you hear, please leave us a 5-star review to help us garner more exposure. Be sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram! For everything Southern Gone, be sure to check out our website at www.southerngone.com and sign up for our email list for updates, fun facts about the podcasts, and podcasts recaps.

May 27 2018

54mins

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Rank #8: Episode 4: Asha Degree

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Asha Degree went missing from her home on February 14, 2000. She was only nine years old at the time of her disappearance. She lived in Shelby, North Carolina with her parents, Iquilla and Harold Degree. Asha also had a younger brother named O’Bryant. Asha was a very sheltered young girl. The police think Asha ran away from home with the help of someone she knew. There were several eyewitness sightings of Asha along Highway 18. She has not been seen since.

Very few clues have surfaced in the last 18 years but the family still holds out hope that Asha will come home to them. Every year the family holds an annual walk to keep Asha’s case alive in the media. If you have any information on Asha’s disappearance please call The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Department at 704-484-4822. There is a $45,000 reward for the information leading to the person or persons involved in Asha’s disappearance.

If you have your own thoughts or theories about this case that you would like to share, please email Kristi at southerngone@gmail.com. We are now on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. If you like what you hear, please leave us a 5-star review. For everything Southern Gone, check out our website at www.southerngone.com and sign up for our email list for updates, fun facts about the podcasts, and podcasts recaps.

Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

May 13 2018

45mins

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Rank #9: Episode 8: Barbara Blount

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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.

Kristi Bryant interviews John Dupont, a reporter at Livingston Parish News. Dupont has investigated the case and recently published an article about the search for Barbara Blount 10 years after her disappearance. Blount was last heard from at 11:30 a.m. on May 2, 2008, when a neighbor spoke to her via telephone at her residence on State Highway 1036 in rural Livingston Parish. Blount told her neighbor that she was cleaning out her kitchen cabinets. She has never been heard from again.

When her nephew checked her house, the front door was wide open and Blount's phone was lying on the floor with the battery pulled out. Her silver four-door 2006 Toyota Camry was found parked about a quarter of a mile from her home at 4:15 p.m. the day of her disappearance. It was parked on a dirt logging road, 25 or 30 yards off the main road and out of sight, hidden by trees.

Blount was a widow and lived alone at the time of her disappearance, but she kept in regular touch with her relatives and her disappearance was out of character. Her two children lived on the same road as she did, and she still cooked dinner for them every day. She also regularly drove her sister to medical appointments.

She lived quietly and was active in her local Baptist church. Blount is described as a cautious individual who didn't open her door to strangers and carried a gun when she went outside to milk the cows. Her credit cards haven't been used since she went missing. Investigators believe she was taken against her will. Foul play is suspected in Blount's disappearance.

For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5 star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode.

Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!

Jul 25 2018

34mins

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Rank #10: Episode 10: Tiffany Whitton

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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. Her boyfriend Ashley Caudle, claimed he looked for her in the early hours of September 13 but never found her. Tiffany left without her purse, cell phone, and even her shoes. Tiffany vanished and has never been seen or heard from again.

Join Kristi as she talks to Lisa Daniels the mother of Tiffany Whitton about Tiffany and her disappearance.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Tiffany Whitton please call the Cobb County cold case tip line at 770-528-3032.

If you want to read more about this case we recommend Missing: The Curious Anomaly of Tiffany Whitton’s Disappearance https://www.esquire.com/news-politics/a44402/missing-tom-junod/.

Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5-star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode.

Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!

Sep 25 2018

59mins

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Rank #11: Episode 22: John Smith South Jr.

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John Smith South Jr., U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran, was last seen in Mountain City, Tennessee on December 17, 1998. He was 54 years old at the time of his disappearance.

His daughter, Pam Brambson, and granddaughter went to visit him on December 20. However, when they arrived he was not home. Pam said this was strange and it was out of character for John not show up when they had plans.

His white 1985 Subaru Justy was also missing. Pam and her family suspected foul play from the beginning. It has been 21 years since John disappeared and his daughter is still wondering what happened to her dad. This episode features an exclusive interview with John’s daughter Pam.

If you have information related to John’s disappearance, please contact the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-TBI-FIND or email one..helpfindjohnsouth@yahoo.com.

Southern Gone is an independently produced podcast. This means everything we do is on our time and our dime. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5-star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode. For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com.

Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!

Sources:

https://www.nbcnews.com/feature/cold-case-spotlight/vietnam-veteran-john-smith-south-still-missing-two-decades-after-n950891

http://www.missingveterans.com/1998/john-smith-south/

http://charleyproject.org/case/john-smith-south-jr

Apr 24 2019

46mins

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Rank #12: Episode 6: LaToya Brown

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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.

Brown disappeared the day before a major tornado struck the area, killing 42 people. The shopping center Brown was planning to go to was in the path of the storm. Her cell phone records place her at Rosedale Apartments in the Rosedale Court area at 5:30 p.m. on the day of the tornado, and someone placed a call on her phone just minutes before the storm arrived.

After the tornado, 600 people were reported missing from the area; Brown is one of only four that remain unaccounted for.

Join Kristi Bryant as she interviews Toye Jackson, LaToya’s Mom, and Stephanie Taylor of The Tuscaloosa News. If you have any information on LaToya Brown, please call Tuscaloosa Police Department 205-349-2010.

For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5 star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode.

Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!

Jun 27 2018

1hr 24mins

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Rank #13: Episode 11: Leigh Occhi

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Leigh Occhi went missing on August 27, 1992, from Tupelo, Mississippi. She was 13 years old at the time of her disappearance. Leigh’s school was not in session yet so she stayed home alone when her mother, Vickie Felton, left to go to work at 8 am. Hurricane Andrew was passing through town causing storms and rain. According to Vickie, Leigh was afraid of storms.

When Vickie called home about an hour later, there was no answer. Worried about her daughter, Vickie left work shortly after 9 am to go back home to check on her. When Vickie returned home she noticed the garage door was open. She entered the home and found no sign of Leigh. However, there was blood on the floor and walls in front of Leigh’s bedroom. Leigh was missing and has never been heard from since.

This episode features an exclusive interview with William Moore of The Daily Journal in Tupelo, Mississippi.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Leigh Occhi or details about her disappearance is asked to call the Tupelo Police Department at (662) 841-6491 or Crime Stoppers of Northeast Mississippi at 1-800-773-TIPS (8477).

For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5 star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode.

Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

Sources: http://www.djournal.com/news/years-later-leigh-occhi-case-remains-a-mystery/article_1221cac8-543a-587e-b9e6-f9a1a52d735c.html

Oct 10 2018

55mins

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Rank #14: Episode 7: Maud Crawford

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Maud Crawford disappeared from her home on March 2, 1957, sometime between 8:30 and 11 p.m. CST. At the time of her disappearance, Crawford was the first female attorney in Camden, Arkansas. Her law partner, Senator John L. McClellan, was chairing a high-profile Senate investigation into alleged mobster ties to organized labor. The case was international news for a time, as there was speculation that Crawford had been kidnapped by the Mafia to intimidate McClellan. No ransom note was ever delivered, no body was ever found, and the police have never solved the case.

The night that Crawford disappeared, her husband went to the Malco Theater and thereafter a liquor store, a routine which he followed nearly every evening. At 8:30 p.m. Maud spoke by telephone with a cousin. When Clyde returned home about 11:30 p.m., he said that the house was fully lit inside and outside, and the television set was on in the living room. Maud's car was in the driveway with the keys. Her purse, with $142 in cash, was on a chair. When Maud did not return home by 1 a.m., Clyde drove around Camden to search for her.

At 1 a.m. on March 3, he stopped two police officers to ask if there had been an automobile accident that might explain her absence. An hour later, he drove to the police station to report his wife missing. An extensive hunt for Crawford followed.

Kristi Bryant interviews Beth Brickell an actress, writer, producer, and director who investigated the disappearance of Crawford in 1986. Beth was from Camden, Arkansas the same place that Maud was kidnapped. Beth went on to write a book on Maud Crawford’s disappearance, “The Disappearance of Maud Crawford”, that is available for purchase on www.luminousfilms.net.

If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5 star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode.

Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.

Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!

Jul 11 2018

53mins

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Rank #15: BONUS MINISODE 1: STEPHEN LANKESTER-COX

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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. What do you think happened to Stephen Lankester-Cox?

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Stephen Lankester-Cox, please contact the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Department at 678-493-4200.

What do you think? I would love to hear your thoughts and theories! Email me at southerngone@gmail.com.

We are now on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher. If you like what you hear, please leave us a 5-star review to help us gain more exposure. Be sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram! For everything Southern Gone, check out our website at www.southerngone.com and sign up for our email list for updates, fun facts about the podcast, and podcasts recaps.

Jun 19 2018

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