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Missing: The Springfield Three
Published on May 1, 2017

An in-depth news story by Tony Madden published in Volume 46, Issue 4 of Kickapoo High Quarterly, the student publication at Kickapoo High School in Springfield, Missouri.


I don't know that there's any new material in this article, but it does have some more "recent-ish" comments from Janis, Janelle, etc.
 

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30-Year-Old Cold Case That Saw Three Women Disappear Without A Trace Remains Unsolved (unilad.co.uk)
30-Year-Old Cold Case That Saw Three Women Disappear Without A Trace Remains Unsolved
BY : POPPY BILDERBECK ON : 02 MAY 2022 rbbm
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30-Year-Old Cold Case That Saw Three Women Disappear Without A Trace Remains Unsolved (Springfield Police Department)
''Three women have still not been found after they disappeared nearly exactly 30 years ago.

Suzanne Streeter, 19, Stacy McCall, 18 and Streeter's mother, Sherrill Levitt, 47, vanished in the early hours of 7 June, 1992.

Despite detectives receiving nearly 10,000 tips, it is yet to be uncovered what happened to the trio, who have since become known as 'The Springfield Three'.''

''Upon entering the house, Mrs McCall told True Crime Daily how the Streeter's dog was 'just going crazy, just yipping and crying'.

She noted there were 'no signs of struggle, everything was nice and neat'.


However, peculiarly all three of the woman's purses were in a row next to one another.

Suddenly, the phone rung. Mrs McCall said it was 'lewd sexual content' but someone in the group hit 'delete' presuming it was just a post-graduation prank call.

They didn't initially phone 911 because they believed the trio would return home soon and instead decided to tidy the house in preparation''

''Baird has claimed she's been 'advised to leave this case alone'.
She said: "There is something very dark in this story. Something super-frightening when you get down to it, of who you trust. Just be very careful. There's a reason this case hasn't been solved."
 

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''Anne Roderique-Jones grew up amid the case of the Three Missing Women in Springfield, a 30-year-old unsolved disappearance. About two years ago, Roderique-Jones set out to retell the story that impacted not only her life but the entire community.

In her podcast, "The Springfield Three: A Small-Town Disappearance," Roderique-Jones explores the disappearance of Stacy McCall, Suzanne "Suzie" Streeter and Sherrill Levitt. The three women went missing in June 1992; what happened to them remains a mystery.

The podcast, available on all podcast streaming platforms, had received more than a million downloads, as of April.''

''Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Roderique-Jones and the editaudio team were able to visit Springfield for a few days to interview folks, including McCall's mother Janis McCall and the first police officer at the scene in '92, Rick Bookout. Remaining interviews were conducted over phone calls and Zoom.

Over eight episodes and three bonus episodes, Roderique-Jones interviewed friends and family of the women, more police officers and detectives, and journalists who were on the ground reporting the case.''
 

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There have been more episodes since my last post including a very touching interview with Bartt Streeter, I just cried. We must believe that one day justice and Closure will come,there are disappearances that are resolved after decades so there is always a chance.

My Prayers for Janis and her family, for Bartt.

 
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