Sticky Beak

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We may think we know what happened to Doreen Vincent, but as in so many other cold cases involving so-called endangered runaways - like Alissa Turney and Aundria Bowman - we can’t know the truth unless and until the person responsible for her d
On June 15, 1988, Doreen Jane Vincent disappeared from the Connecticut farmhouse her career criminal father had rented the week before. At twelve, she had already lived 1,000 lifetimes. When her mother discovered her missing three days later,
Get ready for an all new season of Sticky Beak, as Jessica Fritz Aguiar continues her quest to get justice for Doreen Vincent, who has been missing since 1988, and whose case has recently been changed to a homicide. Doreen's father, Mark Vincen
On this episode of the Chatroom, Connor's guest is Jessica Fritz Aguiar, host of the #CMGPodcast Sticky Beak. Jess talks to Connor about working as a researcher on Faded Out, her job as a lawyer, being a mom of 4 kids, and what inspired her abo
The following episode, as well as In the Cards, draw from the following articles:Missing Girls’ Cold Cases Turn 50, 45, Respectively, This Week, Chris Dehnel, July 24, 2018Cold Case Squad Investigating 40 Year Old Missing Girl Cases Has Leads,
RECAP: Follow Jessica Fritz Aguiar through the history of the Connecticut Freedom of Information Act and her fight for records on Doreen Vincent’s cold case against the Wallingford Police Department. Learn about cold case units around Connecti
Jessica Fritz Aguiar examines Doreen Vincent's many signs of sexual abuse and the history of it as suffered by her aunts, Debbie and Carol, with the help of licensed clinical social worker Karen Calcaterra.
Listener questions: v  Jamie – How did Mark get to California?  Mimi – I want to know more about Brad.  Did the police write him back?  Has Mark responded to his letter? Kate – Has the mayor ever been asked his thoughts on a crime committed aga
When it comes to Doreen Vincent, it's always been women's work. Since she became a cold case, billed as a runaway in 1988, and for a while it seemed like only the women in her life were there to pick up the pieces. They were there to pick up
The Wallingford Police gave Jessica some information about a 2003 plan for Mark to meet with detectives to offer information on Doreen's disappearance, but the State's Attorney wouldn't offer full immunity. What did the WPD miss, what happened
Sharon Vincent took a walk after Doreen was gone, to think and try out the neighborhood raspberries. Some might think she’s a victim; others a villain. Only Raspberry Season will tell.
Doreen was gone, and people were looking for her. Maybe not always the right people. But others would be there to watch them to challenge them and to call out for answers. And maybe a little justice, just like the Lady in White.
When you listen to a story, you want to trust the narrator. Well, you're not going to find that here. Come listen to the retelling of the night Doreen went missing. Make sure you take notes.
EPISODE: LOVE, DOREENDoreen Jane Vincent was twelve years old when she vanished from her father’s rented farmhouse in Wallingford, Connecticut in June of 1988.  At almost that exact moment, in Wallingford’s neighboring town of Meriden, I was tu
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