In the final episode of Season 1, we listen to additional interviews with Susan’s 1988 boyfriend, one of her high school friends, the Washington County Cold Case Unit, her sister Christine, and an interview with Dr. Von Suhr, one of the few people in the United States who have conducted academic research on ambiguous loss.
We speak with Susan’s other high school best friend, as well as someone who frequented the Bumpers club in 1987 and 1988 when Susan did.
A clearer picture of Susan is depicted by one of her two high school best friends. More memories are shared, and the the haunting implications of Susan’s trusting nature are explored.
Our understanding of Susan and her life at the time becomes expanded in this episode, as we speak with her 1988 boyfriend. The Washington County Sheriff speaks about how his department has made Susan’s case a priority.
Host Kara Thannert speaks further with Susan’s sister Christine and retired Detective Kurtz regarding what occurred in the days after Susan’s disappearance.
Meet Susan’s sister, Christine, who has had to live this nightmare every day for the past three decades. Please visit facebook.com/StillMissingPodcast and share your theories, ideas, and questions with us.
Explore more theories, information, and talk to new people. Please visit facebook.com/StillMissingPodcast and share your thoughts about the case.
Some parts of the current proposed narrative of the night Susan went missing still don’t add up. But before we can go there, Kara can’t help but ask questions about people of interest and what we know about them. Please visit facebook.com/StillMissingPodcast and share your theories, ideas, and questions with us.
Kara gets her first solid narrative on what may have happened the night Susan went missing and how to make sense of the confusing known facts.
Please visit facebook.com/StillMissingPodcast and share your theories, ideas, thoughts, and questions with us.
Join host Kara Thannert in our journey to find more information on this quiet, 30 year old cold case. Then, take a look at the confusing, frustrating facts that are publicly known. There’s got to be more to the story. Please visit facebook.com/StillMissingPodcast and share your theories, ideas, and questions with us.