Still Missing Morgan - Premiers Feb 16 on Hulu
The docuseries follows the decades-long investigation into the abduction of six-year-old Morgan Nick in June 1995, and the new evidence investigators hope will help them crack the case.
On the evening of June 9, 1995, Morgan Chauntel Nick was kidnapped while playing with friends just yards away from her mother during a little league game in Alma, Arkansas. A massive investigation ensued, and continues, but Morgan Nick remains missing. After Morgan’s kidnapping it became apparent there was a need for an organization which could …
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Links & Resources
When A Child Is Missing – A Family Survival Guide – written by parents who had experienced firsthand the trauma of a missing child and who wanted to help other parents facing the same overpowering loss. This guide was created to provide advice about what to do when your child is missing, whom to contact, and how to best assist law enforcement. (.PDF) (HTML Version)
Never Forgotten Missing Persons Search – Created to support families in Arkansas in search of missing loved ones.
Hub Of Hope – Healing and opportunities for victims of human trafficking. Prevention and education for the community.
PATH – PATH advocates for those victimized by the sex-industry by providing a safe environment where healing can occur, making success possible and dreams achievable.
Into The Light – Into the Light exists to provide refuge and restoration for minor survivors of sexual exploitation and to bring awareness and education to the issue of human sex trafficking.
ACIC Sex Offender Registry – The Arkansas Crime Information Center Sex Offender Registry Search for the citizens of Arkansas.
FBI Child ID App – The first mobile application created by the FBI—provides a convenient place to electronically store photos and other vital information about your children so that it’s literally right at hand if you need it.
MissingKids.org – National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
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