Episode: MURDERED: Colleen Orsborn


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MURDERED: Colleen Orsborn

In March of 1984, 15-year-old Colleen Orsborn skips school for a day on the beach but never returns home. Her case was connected to the infamous serial killer, Christopher Wilder, and it took 27 years for her family to find out that Colleen had been located just weeks after she went missing and was near them all along.

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