The Trail Went Cold – Minisode 17 – Elizabeth Campbell

April 25, 1988. Copperas Cove, Texas. After an argument with her boyfriend, 20-year old college student Elizabeth Campbell storms out of his house and receives a ride to a convenience store. After phoning her boyfriend and making an unsuccessful attempt to convince him to pick her up, Elizabeth vanishes without a trace. Over the next few weeks, there would be multiple sightings of a woman resembling Elizabeth in the company of a possessive man, leading to speculation that she was being controlled by a pimp. Was Elizabeth abducted and murdered, or was she actually kept alive and forced into prostitution? We explore both possibilities on this week’s minisode of “The Trail Went Cold”.

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The Trail Went Cold is produced and edited by Magill Foote.

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4 thoughts on “The Trail Went Cold – Minisode 17 – Elizabeth Campbell

  • Hi robin hope you’re reading this comment as i just register today been listening to your podcast for a month now and I’m hooked.my name is Alisha. I wonder do you take requests can you do the Bradley sisters of chicago, Jennifer kesse, tara Breckenridge,Laurence harding jr, and cecelia newball and rene jr ? This cases always intrigued me.

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