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'My Baby Is Missing' loosely inspired by true story

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"My Baby Is Missing" aka "Stolen Innocence" is a loosely inspired true-story movie based on the Norma Armistead-Mary Childs case. The crime thriller debuted on the Lifetime Television Network in 2007. The real names and some of the true story facts were changed around in the movie. It is directed by Neil Fearnley and written by Don Nelson. The cast includes: Gina Philips, Ellie Harvie and Warren Christie.

"My Baby Is Missing" synopsis/plot:

When an advertising exec becomes pregnant, she enlists the help of a home nurse to help her through the pregnancy. But, when Jenna Davis wakes up in the hospital and doctors tell her that her baby was stillborn, she doesn't buy the story and sets out to find the truth. As Jenna goes deeper into her investigation, a tenacious cop is convinced that Jenna may have killed her own child to keep her job.

"My Baby Is Missing" is not advertised as a movie based on a true story but is thought to be inspired by the Norma Armistead case, according to the Movies Based On True Stories Archives.

The movie "Empty Cradle" starring Kate Jackson was a Lifetime movie that was also based on the Norma Jean Jackson/Norma Jean Armistead Case.

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