In the season three premiere, delve into the disappearance of five year old Indigenous girl, Tamra Keepness, who disappeared on July 5th, 2004 from her home in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Sometime on the evening of July 5th, going into the morning hours of July 6th, 2004, Tamra seemingly walked out of her home, while her five siblings were asleep, and while the adults in her life were drinking away from the home, having left all of the children alone. With no trace of Tamra, multiple theories arise, some quite troubling, and others simply absurd. Seventeen years after her disappearance, and still absolutely nothing has been found to lead to the whereabouts of the little girl.
Tamra Keepness is one of far too many Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls across the United States and Canada.
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Music: "Poisoned Rose" by Aakash Gandhi on YouTube's Audio Library
• "The Tamra Keepness Investigation: 2004-2019." CBC Saskatchewan. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4YX1mKL_AU&t=8s
• "Finding Tamra Keepness." CBC Saskatchewan. 10 October 2004. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdL0myroC7Q
• "Tamra Keepness' grandmother still holds onto hope." The Leader-Post. 5 July 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-os9VAgqVeE
• "Reward increased for information on missing Regina girl Tamra Keepness." The Leader-Post. 28 February 2018. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKz_4QDwWJ0