Last Seen Alive: Missing show premiers June 1

Ali Lowitzer

I was able to watch a pre-screening of the show “Last Seen Alive” on the Investigative Discovery channel and want to encourage everyone to watch it on Sunday, June 8. 

“Last Seen Alive”  is a “Six-Episode Series Premiering Sunday, June 1 at 9/8c and Reunites Families with Lost Loved Ones Or In Ongoing Cases, Urges Viewers to Come Forward with New Leads”

The Premier on June 1 is about Scarlett DeLoach and Nicole Martindale. 

Scarlett DeLoach, 16, disappeared from her North Carolina home in the middle of the night on April 30, 2013. (CNN states she was found in Feb.)

Nicole Martindale, 18,  was last seen on September 24, 2013 in Sarnia, Ontario. She is still missing.

The June 8 show will have Ali Lowitzer and Cameron Remmer.

I talked with Jo Ann several years back after I wrote a missing story about Ali.  Ali was also part of the Missing Texas Forty story. 

Cameron Remmer went missing from San Francisco and he became part of the story I wrote about 15 men missing from the same area of San Francisco.

Cameron Remmer

Cameron Remmer’s family is not the only family that has gone to San Francisco looking for their son’s as Lynn Ching, mother of Sean Sidi, Trisha Heildt-Bruckner, mother of Shawn Dickerson, Kim Nepote, mother of Crishtian Hughes, and Gina Funaro, mother of Jackson Miller have to. 

The show follows Ali’s parents and Cameron’s brother and sister as they try to find their lost loved one.

A lead may send the Cameron’s family to Hawaii.  For Ali’s family they get a lead that takes them to Ohio.

The show is unlike any other missing show I have seen in the past and is different because it has you following along with the family as they go from one lead to another to find their missing loved one. 

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America and Missing Texas Forty.

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