In Ep. 6 of Unforgotten, Sellers and Stormy of Alabama Cold Case Advocacy discuss the disappearances of Kemberly Ramer and James Reynolds from Covington County.
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17-year-old Kemberly Ramer vanished from her home in Opp, AL, the night of 8/15/97. It appears a struggle inside the home occurred, and investigators discovered several phone calls were placed from the home to Florida numbers that neither of Kem’s parents recognized. Over 20 years later, the search for Kem continues.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Kemberly Ramer, please contact the Opp Police Department at 334-493-4511 or firstname.lastname@example.org or the FBI at 251-438-3674. You can also submit an anonymous tip to the FBI.
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In the early morning hours of May 8, 1999, James “Amp” Reynolds, Lamar Stackhouse, Tamara Ward, Eula Lee, Angela Young, and Valerie McCoy disappeared while driving, presumably, back to Enterprise from The Hideaway Club in Opp. Four months later, the car the group had been traveling in – a Chevy Caprice owned by Stackhouse – was discovered submerged in Pea River with the remains of 5 of the 6 friends still inside. Forensic experts could find no evidence that Amp had been in the Caprice and searches of the surrounding area turned up no sign of Amp. His whereabouts today are still unknown.
If you have any information related to the disappearance of James “Amp” Reynolds, please contact the Alabama State Bureau of Investigation Crime Hotline at 800-392-8011 or submit an anonymous tip online.
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Content and production by Sellers & Stormy. Artwork by Sellers.
Intro music for the show was created by Principals of Uncertainty who also mixed and mastered this episode.
Intro Music: “Fingerprint” by Principals of Uncertainty
Additional Music: “Moments” Hidcote Garden, “Wild and free” Andrew Jordan through Soundstripe
Sound effects by Soundstripe, Epidemic Sound and Pixabay
Outro Music: “Emotion Flows” by Louis Lion