Nighttime is an audio documentary series which explores Canada's most fascinating stories. Join host Jordan for true crime, mysteries, and a celebration of Canada’s weird and wonderful people, places, and events.
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Where is Kimberly Moreau? bonus.mp3 This week, Drewby and Yergy shift gears to a local case that has haunted the community of Jay, Maine for 3 decades - one that we hope will soon be solved so that she can be laid to rest and her family can have some long deserved closure. This week we are discussing the disappearance of Kimberly Moreau. Kim Moreau was a beautiful 17 year old girl that went missing from the small mill town of Jay, ME after skipping her junior prom following a fight with her then boyfriend. It is alleged that she spent the day with a friend and two 25 year old men joyriding in a white Trans AM, although the events of May 10th and 11th, 1986 unclear and subject to wide rumor and speculation. Kim's family has never given up hope - handling much of the investigative legwork themselves after local and state police proved to be grossly negligent in the handling of Kim's case. There have been many extensive searches in recent years, and police allege that of all of the missing person cases in the state, Kim's case is the one in which they receive the most frequent tips, even after 3 decades. We discuss the background of Kim's case - discussing Kim as a person, and providing details into what is alleged to have happened during the day she disappeared. We also discuss some of the more recent searches, some of the theories of what happened to her, and delve into the backgrounds of the folks tied to her disappearance. Maine State Police: (207) 743-8282 Livermore Falls Police Department: (207) 657-3030 National Center for Missing & Exploited Children: https://www.missingkids.org/