33 - MYSTERY: The Springfield Three


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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with Janis Moore McCall, mother of Stacy McCall who was one of the three women who went missing in Springfield MO in 1992 without a trace.Sherill Levitt (47), Suzanne (Suzie) Streeter (19), Stacy McCall (18) were reported missing on June 7th 1992.On June 6th 1992 Stacy and Suzie graduated from Kickapoo High School. That night the teens went to a few graduation parties and planned to sleep at a friends house and go to a water park the next morning.The teens changed their plans last minute and decided to stay at Suzie's house that night.The next morning when the teens did not show for the water park friends went to Suzie and Sherrill's house where they found all three women's cars in the driveway, the porch light was broken, the front door was unlocked, the women's belongings including their purses were inside, money, all the beds were made, no clothing taken and Suzie's dog was upset.There have been several theories as to how the women went missing over the years. If you have any information in the case please contact the FBI or Springfield Police at 417-864-1810.There is a cash reward of $42,000.00 leading to information and arrest in this case.Podcast WEBSITE (Case Photos and video)http://www.truecrimedeadline.comPodcast SOCIAL MEDIA:https://twitter.com/CrimeDeadlinehttps://www.instagram.com/truecrimedeadline/https://www.facebook.com/TrueCrimeDEADLINE/http://www.youtube.com/c/TrueCrimeDEADLINESupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/posts/true-crime-lets-26942079?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=postshare)