TONIGHT is PART #1 of the Long Island Serial Killer Series.Featuring families of the missing.
MISSY CANN,Sister of, Maureen Brainard-Barnes whom is one of the victims of the Long Island serial killer.
BETTY BROWN: NamUS VICTIM ADVOCATE for North Carolina
She will discussing the role of Missing Persons advocates. THE DO's and DONT'S.
DETECTIVE KEVIN LOKEY (Missing Persons Unit of Virginia Beach Police Department, and NamUs Case Manager for Virginia Beach.
Detective Kevin Lokey will give the Law Enforcement stance on Missing persons cases. What steps families should take when their loved one goes missing, and more.
Maureen Brainard-Barnes was one of the victims of the Long Island Serial Killer. According to Missy Cann, Maureens' sister, Maureen was last seen July 6, 2007. She had gone to New York City and never returned. December 2010, Barnes' skeletal remains were among four discovered along Ocean Parkway on Long Island. In all, the remains of 10 women were found in the Gilgo Beach area.Only 5 victims have been identified. Tonight we speak with "Missy" Cann, sister of Maureen Barnes. Who was Maureen? What does it feel like to know your sister was discarded, not to be discovered for 3 1/2 years? Who is the Long Island Killer? How has he evaded the continued efforts of police to identify him? Join us tonight to hear how Missy continues to fight for justice for her sister, a woman whose voice was silenced when she still had a whole life ahead of her. BRING THEM HOME NOW will also be sharing some tips on how YOU can possibly avoid being a victim of a violent crime. Promised to be an action packed night,as we disembark on a journey into a darkness, from which some, never return.