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Missing Nashville child Tabitha Tuders featured on talk show

Missing Nashvillian Tabitha Tuders to be discussed on talk show

A Nashville, Tennessee Criminologist will be discussing the Tabitha Tuders case, crime, missing persons, and more on the show “Missing N Murdered” at 6:00 p.m. CST tonight, August 1, 2014.

Listeners can call in with questions or comments. Click below to access the show.

One of the talk show discussions will focus on Tabitha Tuders, the 13-year-old girl who disappeared from her east Nashville home in 2003. She was last observed walking to her bus stop but never arrived at school. The case has been called Nashville’s most baffling "Missing" case.

The show will also feature information on missing persons, murder cases, victimization, and true crime books.

Married couple Jenny and Jerry Boone, Founders of the “Missing N Murdered” (M-N-M) groups, host the MissingNMurdered BlogTalkRadio show. They are advocates for victims and their families.

The Boones began working with the loved ones of the missing and murdered after Jenny’s beloved sister, Jean, who was pregnant at the time, and brother-in-law, David, were violently murdered on March 31, 1979. Jean and her family were on their way home to spend Easter with the family. They were going to share their pregnancy news with everyone. “I was one of the few people who knew; Jean just found out that day on the phone that she was expecting,” Jenny explains.

Now the Boones assist other families in their grieving process; they assist law enforcement by sending out “Missing” posters, and they work diligently to assist in locating the perpetrators of murder. Thus far their work as been successful in many cases.

To listen to the show, click HERE

To contact the Boones via email, click HERE

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