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Audio File: The Disappearance of Lisa Marie Young

On this podcast episode, we cover the disappearance of Lisa Marie Young.

On the evening of June 29, 2002, 21-year-old Lisa was enjoying a night on the town with friends in Nanaimo, British Columbia.

After the bars, she attended a series of house parties. Her phone texted a friend at 4:30 AM.

Lisa hasn’t been seen or heard from since.

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  1. Kim Howatt Kim Howatt

    I am Clifford’s oldest niece. You posed a question at the end of your segment on the boys’ disappearance: why did my grandmother hardly ever mention George’s…it was because the Gumbley family had accepted the torso as Georges. My understanding is that they buried the torso as Georges. This is what lead me to you. The Gumbly family wouldn’t talk to us. If they are talking to you, can you get permission to dig up the torso and have DNA ran on it. I believe that doing this might provide some definitive answers. If you want to contact me please email.

    • Christine Christine

      Hi Kim. I’m so sorry for your loss. This article was a guest post, but you can contact the author through a link at the top of the post. They will be able to speak better to any connections they have made with the Gumbly family.

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