My name is Zoe Lane, and I see dead people. 

At least...I used to.   

Communications with the "other side" are down, and I have no idea why. This couldn't have come at 
a worst time because the town's pharmacist, Mr. Sanders, has just been murdered. Police have all but closed the case because the evidence overwhelmingly points to one person. Problem is, my medium senses are telling me there's more to the story.  I may not know for sure who pulled the trigger, but I do know things aren't lining up and there are plenty of people who wanted the victim dead. Of course, no one is listening to me because I'm the town's resident nut job. 

Looks like I'll have to find the killer myself, which would be a heck of a lot easier if my paranormal gifts weren't on the fritz. This has never happened to me before, and thanks to extensive research (fine, I Googled it) I do have a few theories as to what might be going on. And if any of my theories pan out, Mr. Sanders could be the last spirit I ever help. 

Tired of living life on the sidelines, Liv Olsen gave up everything—her job at the #1 podcast series in the country, her apartment, most of her belongings—to launch her own show, Missing or Murdered. Teaming up with her kid stepsister, Camry Lewis, the dynamic duo set out to be the next big thing in true crime.

On the program for season one, the sisters focus on the case of twenty-three-year-old Amelia Clark, who vanished ten years ago after an embarrassing video of her went viral. The police found the California native's car and personal belongings, but the investigation quickly went cold. A decade later, Liv and Camry retrace Amelia’s final steps, unearthing dangerous secrets, lost loves, quirky characters, and a lifetime supply of cinnamon rolls. As funds run low and time runs out, the investigation is complicated by anonymous threats. Threats from someone who doesn't want Amelia's story told.

Liv and Camry have a lot riding on their Missing or Murdered podcast. Now it's more important than financial success. They have to know. 

What happened to Amelia Clark? 

February 11, 2020

March 10, 2020

Twenty-something single mom and apartment manager, Cambria Clyne, is ready to take her career to the next level. So when the owners of the neighboring apartment building ask her to interview, she jumps at the opportunity. Higher pay, bigger apartment, bonuses—it’s the dream job Cambria never knew she always wanted! There’s only one catch—this high-end community is doing damage control after a public scandal involving their last manager. In order to restore their good name, it’s vital that the new manager be scandal-free.

Not a problem. 

Or so Cambria thinks. 

When a decades old corpse is discovered in the attic of Cambria's current building, the police reach out to the media to help ID the dead woman. Cambria is desperate to keep the corpse scandal hush-hush, and even more desperate to keep her name out of the news. The only solution is for her to identify the victim herself. A task that seems simple enough until Cambria uncovers a dark secret that puts the lives of her residents and loved ones in jeopardy. 

Will Cambria land her dream job, or will this be the end of it all?

Missing or Murdered is back for season two!

Stepsisters Liv Olsen and Camry Lewis thought creating a hit true-crime podcast was hard, but it turns out re-creating a hit true-crime podcast for a second season is even harder. With the pressure from sponsors mounting and fans anxious for a second installment, Liv and Camry are ready to dive into the cold case of Brinkley Douglas.

Twenty years after Brinkley Douglas supposedly walked home from her boyfriend's house, her body was found buried at the local park. A discovery like this brings more questions than answers. It doesn't help that the court of public opinion long ago convicted Brinkley's boyfriend, Joel Zander, even if he had never officially been named a suspect by authorities.

Now, Liv and Camry are determined to find out what really happened to Brinkley. Did Joel do it? Or has he been unfairly punished for the last twenty years? What Liv and Camry do know for sure is that there is someone out there who does not want them to continue their investigation. 

Will Liv and Camry survive to tell the tale for a season three?

ifBlocked ID has anything to do with it.


Stay Tuned!

April 9, 2020


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