120 The Murder of Samantha Walsh
In the winter of 2000, 13-year-old Samantha Walsh was supposed to walk a short distance home from her grandmother’s house—but she never made it.
This is the gripping story of how the tiny seaside town of Fleur De Lys, NL came together to support a local family during a devastating time.
Into the Night: The Samantha Walsh Story by Gordon Walsh
Samantha's Saltwater Joys facebook page
Fleur de Lys Soapstone Quarry National Historic Site and Museum
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Research: Gemma Harris
Writing, editing, sound design: Kristi Lee
Audio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams
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