Tag Archives: Mississippi

Episode 10: Awaiting Justice for Angela

Angela’s best friend shares her memories of Angela’s terrifying visit to the Mahned Bridge and the last few weeks before she went missing and the weeks afterward when it seemed so many mistakes were being made.  Also, Debra has encounters with Stephen Lindsey and Larry Posey years after Angela’ disappearance, which couldn’t have been more different.  Finally, where Angela’s case stands today and what law enforcement is currently doing in the case.

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Episode Nine: New Millennium–new detective and technology come on scene

Nearing the new millennium, a new breed of detective coupled with major advances in technology impacted the Angela Freeman investigation.  For a brief moment it looked like answers might finally be available to explain just what happened that night at the Mahned Bridge.

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Bonus Episode 2: Points of Clarity and Listener Questions

Join us for an in-between episode round table discussion!  We take answer your questions and provide a couple of points of clarity about the content previously released.

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Episode Seven: Declaration of Death

After seven years, authorities urged Angela Freeman’s family to formally declare her deceased.  A service was held, but the grieving process continued as Debra and Bill Stewart’s marriage crumbled.  In this episode we’ll also look at statistics on missing persons and two other newly cold cases in Mississippi.

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Episode Six: Cold Cases and Clairvoyants

One of the interesting things that seems to happen anytime a person goes missing or is killed in a mysterious way and the case remains unsolved for any length of time is the interest from psychics or people who believe they can help solve the case with help from otherworldly means.  Angela Freeman’s case has been no exception.  
In Episode Six we will explore what psychics over the years have brought forth in the Freeman case, and we will discuss some cases where law enforcement has actually solved cases seemingly from evidence uncovered through psychic phenomena.  
Listen closely because some of the new evidence we will introduce in a forthcoming episode will require us to retrace some of the psychic visions from more than two decades ago. 
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Episode Five: The Mahned Murders

Just 20 months after Angela Freeman went missing, two friends from work disappeared after leaving McAlister’s Deli in Hattiesburg. The next afternoon their truck and broken butcher knife were found at the Mahned Bridge.  Four days later, three bodies were found in shallow graves nearby, catapulting this rural community and the Mahned Bridge into national news and putting the mystery of Angela’s disappearance back on the front page.

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Episode Four: Searching for Angela Freeman.

After Angela Freeman’s car was discovered at the Mahned Bridge in remote Perry County, Mississippi, days passed before law enforcement started any kind of investigation.  Those first crucial hours were wasted by a rural sheriff’s department that was untrained in proper investigation as well as determined in their belief that Angela was just a wayward runaway.  Once outside agencies got involved, it became clear that Angela was the victim of foul play, but the mistakes made in the first hours could not be undone.

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Episode Three: What Changed in 1993 for Angela Freeman?

Angela turned 17 in January and broke up with her longtime boyfriend, though she continued to carry a torch for her first love.  She dropped out of school and started working at fast food restaurants in Hattiesburg, where she met and began dating a black man, which at the time in Mississippi, was still frowned upon by many, including her soon-to-be stepfather. She found out in May that she was pregnant.  Angela also discovered who her biological father was—and one of her classmates was in fact her half-brother.   Two weeks before Angela’s disappearance on September 10, her mother Debra married her stepfather.  She was in the process of moving in with a co-worker the weekend she went missing.  The co-worker found a note from Angela saying that she’d be back soon.  Her car was discovered hours later at the Mahned Bridge in rural Perry County.

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Episode Two: Who is Angela Freeman?

Who is Angela Freeman?

In this episode we will take you back to the beginning and tell you about the Freeman family that Angela was born into and what Angela was like growing up.  In the last 25 years, news media coverage has never really focused on who this young woman was and what she was like or who she became associated with that may have contributed to her disappearance and who the people were left behind wondering or questioning.
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Episode One: Where is Angela Freeman?

Telling Lives is a reported podcast series looking at old cases in a true way. This season we will investigate the disappearance of a teenager from Mississippi, Angela Freeman, who went missing Sept. 10, 1993.  She has never been found.  Law enforcement initially tagged her as a runaway, which caused evidence to be lost or not collected. Many theories have surfaced over the years, and several bizarre coincidences exist.  Most importantly, this podcast series will tell you the truth about a teenager whose dreams–of becoming a mother and a nurse–were cut short 25 years ago. And prayerfully, we will help bring answers and resolution to a family who has suffered the worst tragedy imaginable.

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