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#TextMeWhenYouGetHome became a viral, worldwide movement following the 2021 death of Sarah Everard. The slogan sparked awareness around the vulnerability women feel while out in public alone. In this gripping, true-crime docuseries, each episode follows the case of an innocent woman who has been abducted, harmed or even killed while she was out by herself. Emotional interviews by loved-ones drive these stories; accompanied by stylistic recreations, actual texts, phone records and other digital breadcrumbs that authorities used to solve the case. Keeping the mystery alive is the whodunnit aspect, as all suspects are explored until the actual perpetrator is caught. In several episodes, survivors of these harrowing sagas will be revealed to tell their own story, in their words.
In 2006, Elizabeth Shoaf was abducted near her rural South Carolina home. The teenager was missing for over a week, when a text message came through that infused hope into the case. Hear the dark details of Elizabeth's frightening ordeal from those closest to her.
When Becky Koster returned home from a night out, she texted her mother Barbara that she made it back safely. But, when Barbara arrived home hours later, Becky was nowhere to be found. In her own words, Barbara recalls the gut-wrenching search for her daughter; and how a stranger attempted to derail the investigation through manipulative texts.
Iowa home-baker, Justina Rucinski, had just received an email with the largest cookie request of her career. But when the customer arrived at Justina's house to leave the deposit, Justina was brutally attacked and taken away at gunpoint. Justina's best friend, April, details the harrowing night of the attack that happened moments after she left Justina's home.
One week before Queena Phu's Senior prom, the 18-year-old pulled into her local library to return a book after hours. She was on her cellphone with her best friend, Rachel, who suddenly heard Queena scream--and then the line went dead. Rachel and Queena's family detail how they immediately drove to the scene, only to make a horrifying discovery.
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