The Vanished Podcast, Episode 355

They told my story of who the murdered woman very likely might be. Here is the link: <iframe src=” https://art19.com/shows/the-vanished-podcast-wondery/episodes/e90120e8-642b-4bdb-ab4e-e9bc81fb7313/embed?theme=dark-blue&#8221; style=”width: 100%; height: 200px; border: 0 none;” scrolling=”no”></iframe>.

Here’s the episodes introduction:
It was during the summer of 1968 that a 35-year-old woman named Madeline Babcock disappeared from Venice, California. Madeline’s apartment appeared to have been cleared out. Her family reported her missing, but the police didn’t seem interested. Madeline had a right to move and not tell her family. She had the right to disappear if she wanted to. Around this same time, a little girl in Washington believed she witnessed her father and his friend murder a woman. These two stories would move parallel through time over a period of decades before eventually converging once that little girl grew up and started looking for answers to the memory that had plagued her for years.

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Madeline Babcock, please contact the Los Angeles Police Department’s Adult Missing Persons Unit at (877) 275–5273 or the Vancouver Police Department at (360) 693–3111.

Originally published at http://prisonerbynocrimeofmyown.com on July 25, 2022.

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Jodie Tedder

Jodie Tedder

Incest. Murder. Rape. Then, I turned four. This is my story.