Ep 15, Pt 1: Andrea Gonzalez
This year marks 30 years since 5-year-old Andrea Gonzalez vanished from Russellville, AL. Paul and Kim Gonzalez, her father and stepmother, reported her missing on November 20, 1993, claiming she’d vanished from their Russellville trailer overnight.
However, authorities quickly began to suspect foul play. Join us In Part 1 of our two-part episode as we discuss the events leading up to Andrea’s move to Alabama, her subsequent disappearance and the information shared in the media related to search efforts.
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Content and production by Sellers & Stormy | Editing & Sound production by Stormy & Principals of Uncertainty | Artwork by Sellers
Intro music – “Fingerprint” by Principals of Uncertainty | Outro Music – “Emotion Flows” by Louis Lion | Sound effects by Soundstripe, Epidemic Sound and Pixabay
Music via Epidemic Sound:
“June 21” by Victor Lulndberg
“Tractor Pulling (Sting)” by Magnus Ringblom
“The Desolate Path” by Rickard From
“Hostile Encounter” by Jon Bjork
“In Pursuit” by Fredrik Ekstrom
“Clouds” Brendon Moeller
Music via Soundstripe:
“The Plot Thickens” by Joshua Spacht