On this week's podcast, host Craig Lyndall talks to staff writer Eric Sandy about this week's cover story — an in-depth look at the case of Christina Adkins, who went missing when she was 17 years old and pregnant.
Her case is not unlike many of the missing persons cases that dot the news and yet completely unique. Barely any clues or suspects have turned up in the many years since she walked out of her family's house and not much attention has been given to the case outside of some grassroots efforts led by her mother and sisters.
Listen in below. Read the feature here.
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