Episode 1: On June 7 of 1992 three women went missing from a single-family home in the Missouri Ozarks. Stacy McCall and Suzie Streeter who, along with Suzie’s mother, Sherrill Levitt, completely vanished in the early hours of the girls’ graduation night. They’ve been missing ever since. At the scene, there is no trace of a body and there is no DNA. There is no noise or disturbance. The only thing that’s even slightly amiss is a broken porch light. So what happened? How could three women go to sleep and then suddenly vanish? Host Anne Roderique-Jones lays out the disappearance and paints a picture as to what it was like to grow up in Springfield, Missouri during the time of the disappearance. We sit down with family and friends of the women and members of law enforcement who worked this case nearly 30 years ago.
Do you have information on the Springfield Three? Please reach out to the Springfield Police Department or us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We like to thank the following for their participation in this episode: Janis McCall, Rick Bookout, David Milsap, Nigel Holderby, Courtney Dunlop, Robert Keyes, Ron Davis, Nathan Jones, Darren from the Bar, and Heather Kohler.