A normal 15-year-old girl was gearing herself for life in high school when she visited her father. It was an agreement due to the fact her parents were divorced. The girl, Alicia Markovich, lived with her mother. On April 26, 1987, however, we don't have an idea where she stayed ... because on that night, after an argument with her father, Alicia went for a walk and hasn't been seen since.
Social media has been huge on trying to find where the woman (who would be almost 50 at the time of this recording) disappeared and if she can be found. A community of friends and family would love to see this story have a happy ending ... but may settle for some type of closure as time progresses.
All that ... and more ... on this episode of Return To View!
The podcast episode is a companion to the following stories:
"Alicia Markovich: Community of web sleuths are keeping the case alive decades later"
"Alicia Markovich: Who was behind the cryptic confessions involving other missing girls?"
"Alicia Markovich: Theft, arson of her father's Subaru adds to puzzle of her disappearance"
They can be found in the Daily American.
The stories were written by Bruce Siwy | Eric Kieta
The podcast episode is written | narrated | produced by Cole Johnson.
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