The tiny town of Welch Oklahoma is established on Cherokee land, and it's the second largest city within it's county- the population is 631. In the shadows of Welch is the fire that completely destroyed the Freeman's home and unleashed one hell of a crime. It's been 21 years and there are no more answers to the questions that were raised when the smoke cleared on December 30, 1999. This crime is one that is part cold case and partly solved. Ashley Freeman and her best friend Lauria Bible disappeared into the night and have not been found since. This is a mythical tail of arson, murder, drugs, police corruption and missing girls. One mother's journey to uncovering just where her daughter is and what happened the night of the fire seems to be the only fight in solving this entire case
Join me as we sift through the ashes to make head or tails of this crime- did they capture the right men or are they no closer to finding out who committed this murder and no closer to finding these two missing girls.
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