36. Highway Of Tears: The Jack Family
An infamous stretch of road in northern British Columbia has become known as “The Highway of Tears”
For decades people have gone missing or been murdered along the remote highway.
The victims are primarily indigenous women and girls.
But in 1989 an entire family went missing.
Ronald Jack, his partner Doreen and their 2 children Ryan and Russel were last seen in the city of Prince George, British Columbia.
Ronald had met a man in a bar that gave him an offer that seemed too good to be true.
This is the story of The Jack Family.
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