The latest episode (March 8) brought up some really good points. Could Michael have been taken by other children? Similar to the James Bulger case (where two 10 year olds abducted and killed a 2 year old child).
I've not heard the podcast at all, but am quite familiar with Michael's case. I'm not at all surprised that the wife / partner of brown van driver won't talk to the podcast. Why on earth would she? It can only bring suspicion and negativity into her life. Anything she might say would be heavily scrutinized by the media and ourselves. I wouldn't do it either, even if I knew 100% that my man was innocent.I’m surprised that there isn’t more discussion on the recent episodes of the Missing Michael podcast: Episode’s 11 & 12 The Man in the Brown Van! It’s very suspicious that the man’s wife (or partner, I can’t recall) will not talk to the podcast host.
I wonder if it would be possible to have NCMEC feature Michael Dunahee on their site again, especially in light of the recent age-progressed sketch and the podcast. His case was profiled on America’s Most Wanted back in 1991:
For whatever reason his case was removed from the website and many Canadian cases aren’t featured on NCMEC unfortunately…
A man from Surrey, BC looks so eerily like an age-enhanced photo of Michael Dunahee that investigators are conducting DNA test to see and hope. Vancouver News | Local Breaking | CTV News Vancouver