The Disappearance of Genette Tate
By Devon Live
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On a warm summer's day in August 1978 a papergirl vanished while delivering copies of the local newspaper. Genette Tate was never seen again. Forty years after she vanished Devon Live talks to those involved in one of the most fascinating and enduring missing person mysteries of modern times
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Really compelling stuff, well worth a listen whether you’re familiar with the case or not.
Excellent podcast, well researched and told in a respectful manner. Well done!