Missing & Murdered: Finding Cleo
Where is Cleo? Taken by child welfare workers in the 1970’s and adopted in the U.S., the young Cree girl’s family believes she was raped and murdered while hitchhiking back home to Saskatchewan. CBC news investigative reporter Connie Walker joins the search to find out what really happened to Cleo. For the best in true crime from CBC, ad-free, visit apple.co/cbctruecrime.
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"Incredible telling of a heartbreaking story. I’ve listened to a lot of true crime podcasts and this one has touched me and stayed with me to a degree that no others have."
"Amazing story telling"
"It is so good! Especially if you are looking for good Canadian content"
"After listening to tens and tens of true crime podcasts over the past 2 years, I found myself particularly drawn to this one. The interviews and storyline are so achingly devastating. I couldn't just listen to one episode and walk away. The fact that Connie (researcher and narrator) is also from the same native community as Cleo gives this podcast authenticity and depth. So well-rounded and beautifully told. This one will be hard to forget."
"Heartbreaking stories of two indigenous girls meeting tragic ends that are all too familiar in their communities. I found these podcasts just as 1000s of Indigenous childrens graves were found at Canadian Residential school sites. These excellently written and produced invesigative podcasts shine a light on the ugly consequences of Canada's cultural genocide. #missing_and_murdered_indigenous_women #indigenous_peoples #true_crime #residential_schools "