Episode 5: Q&A. There’s an interview with Micheal Whelan of the Unresolved Podcast, an interview with Alex Trouteaud, Director of Policy and Research for Demand Abolition, an interview with Winter Wheeler, civil attorney , answers from both hosts to viewer questions, including those about the Aiken Jane Doe, and further interview material from Shanta Sturgis, the twins’ sister. ! If you have more questions, we'll talk about doing a second Q&A episode in the future. Check out the Facebook page and discussion group, as we’re providing listeners with avenues to act in support of the twins and their family.
Check out Episode 2: March 18, 1990
We put together some of of field interviews (rough recording) into a short trailer. The "coming soon" should be up on ITunes and other apps in the next two days, withfull episode out in the second week of June.
We've moved the schedule up, and are looking at a first episode release-date of early June. We'd originally planned to release all the episodes at once, but information continues to come in, and we want to give community members as much time as possible to participate via recollections, stories, memories of the twins, etc.
Dannette and Jeannette Millbrook (often misnamed as "Millbrooks"), 15, disappeared on the afternoon of March 18, 1990. They have not been seen since. Their case was closed in 1991, and not reopened until 2013. Many neighbors expressed surprise, stating that they didn't even know the girls had gone missing, or that they heard the twins had been found.
What happened to the twins? Why was their case closed? Why did they receive so little media attention? Where does their case stand now?
Coming soon: The Fall Line podcast, a series devoted to the disappearance of Jeannette and Dannette Millbrook.