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  1. Shannon Grogan says:

    Thank you, thank you for covering Blake’s case 🤍 His mom is working so hard to get his story out there. I just wanted to state that Blake was not chased out of his girlfriend’s house. He had asked his girlfriend if she preferred him to stay and explain himself to her parents or if she’d rather him leave through the window. She told him to go ahead and go. Just wanted to clear that up because there’s been some misinformation floating around ☺️ You did a wonderful job and it’s so appreciated!

  2. BernadetteStarryNt says:

    Please do a case on cold case Elizabeth Salgado. She moved to Provo Utah and was only there for 2 weeks. 2 years after she went missing her remains were found 15miles away from where she had last been seen.
    This case has slipped threw the cracks I believe because she didn't speak English.

  3. Aundria Cooper Premo says:

    I remember Leigh's case. I can't fathom the kind of mind it takes to harm a child. For ANY reason. 💔 The father seems to be hinting at issues between himself and Leigh's stepfather. Why this case is cold/unsolved still, I don't know. Seems like a clear suspect there … ?!? Mom and stepdad….? 🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬💯

  4. Aundria Cooper Premo says:

    Have you considered covering Aundria Bowman? It was a "runaway" case out of Michigan, finally solved in 2020. She was murdered by her adoptive father. He also murdered another woman years earlier, which had also been a cold case. Dennis Bowman was a nasty, horrible man.

  5. Aundria Cooper Premo says:

    Cold cases are rough. I'm hopeful scientific DNA 🧬 advancements can help in some capacity. I feel so sad for all the families still waiting on answers. And JUSTICE ⚖️.

  6. Nature Lover says:

    It’s incredibly heartbreaking when these cases involve children that are young and just starting out in life. Children that disappeared within the the vicinity of homes of loved ones or in their own home. The case of Blake is incredibly upsetting in the fact he was minutes within Austin’s home. I don’t know why there is zero regards given to the fact that Blake was potentially detained by a local PO/PD and that important fact was not covered in this video but I hope that the local PD looked within their department. In regards to Scott it sounds like a detrimental effect from drinking and the dark and unforgivable weather conditions as well. As for Leigh, this is extremely baffling from the moment her mother arrived back home to the fact Leigh’s glasses were mailed to her home addressed to her ex boyfriend. This is extremely troubling all around. I have heard of Leigh’s case many times, still baffling to this day.

  7. Whereis TheSerenity says:

    Was Blake sent fleeing hs girlfriends house in nothing but his underwear? Seems likely. His most obvious shooter, would be her dad. It really sucks that Blake was in trouble for the very common practice of thinking with his little head.
    I don't understand Scott Javin's case being here. He screwed up (driving drunk), and paid with his life.
    Before even hearing more than the guy saying he didn't expect Leigh's mother Vicky to be involved in the search(s), I "felt" that Vicky was involved. Seems my suspicions are shared. The reason I don't suspect the bible dude as much as the mother is ir was said that this was the first time Leigh was left alone. Was it likely that he knew she would be alone that day giving him enough time to commit his crime(s)?

  8. DIB CC says:

    I know we are just a bunch of small-town nobodies in the middle of nowhere and no one outside of the community seems to care but, back in the early 1980's a young girl by the name of Angela Hamby went missing in Wilkes County, NC. There has been no information as to what happened to her, no body has been found, nothing. I think her parents passed without ever knowing what happened to her. I've sent this to info to several unsolved mystery You Tubers with the hopes someone would pick up the story nationally with no luck. I'm not family to this young lady but it would be nice to see that someone outside of our little rural town would give this young lady the opportunity to go viral across the internet so just maybe it would get the attention of someone who might know something. Even our weekly paper has tried to draw some local attention to the case but these small-town yahoo's won't even bother to investigate. I sure wish someone would!

  9. Chelsea Miller says:

    Tupelo is pronounced Too-pi-loh, no long E sound.
    I was 4 years old when Hurricane Andrew 🌀 hit in Louisiana. I had pneumonia, and I remember the sounds of the wind howling and the house shaking. It was scary.

  10. Ken Rose says:

    In regards to Scott's case, I feel more sorry for the parents. Tragic as it all is, this dude had no business getting in a vehicle after previously drinking. Thank goodness nobody else got hurt.

  11. Thomas Mitchell says:

    I like your channel and appreciate that you do not use any unnatural inflection in your voice when narrating. I would just recommend verifying the pronunciation of places and names. Tupelo Mississippi is an example. It’s a minor issue, but would help reinforce authority on the topic.

  12. Shannon S says:

    On the Chappell case he said he was being pulled over by a cop. Did anyone ever check the dispatch records to see if a cop actually pulled him over? Maybe I missed if that was answered in the video. If a cop did pull him over which cop and why etc. If not who had lights like a cop to make someone think they were a cop?

  13. Tessa Ducek says:

    I am breaking the thread. Commenting on content.
    I suppose its natural for a parent to want more answers. But the young man was drunk and chose to drive himself home. It was a unfortunate accident.

    Leighs mother bothered me. Not sure why. Maybe due to the glasses. Hides her eyes. I imagine many locals would have their own opinions and make it known. I don't know if she had something to do with Leahs death. But people always have to look at the parents and whispers start.

  14. Mrs. Dr. Spencer Reid says:

    I can’t imagine what those parents are going through when their child goes missing. May GOD BLESS the families and friends of ALL missing children.

  15. Necron990 says:

    Case #1, so the last message he sends 2:42, he states a cop is pulling him over, then gone. Shot in the back of the head, clothes, and cell phone missing. I dunno know, sounds like a cop covered his ass pretty well by removing all evidence and most likely used a throwaway gun. A pity he didn't give her a plate number.

  16. S Martin says:

    Once again, I absolutely love that you cover lesser known cases. There are so many cases that don’t get local attention, let alone on a national or international scale.

  17. Perla Conner says:

    I So Appreciate Your Work , unfortunately it’s about tragedies, but Because of You They Will Never Be Forgotten Rest In Peace to al Victims 🙏🏼

  18. Amanda 🐼 says:

    Another very informative & great video. But I'm not surprised! Your videos are always good. Have a great rest of your week & a Happy Thanksgiving 🦃

  19. Suzie Bea says:

    I'm from the Tupelo area. I can see where Leigh's mother worked from my desk at my work. I've always thought her mother did something to her. What sense does it make that the first time she decides to leave her child at home alone she does it in the middle of a hurricane? Come on man, that's bs.

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