The case of a little girl who was seemingly abducted from her bedroom in the mid-seventies is reopened.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Norman Campbell
Terrell Pierce (as Dee-Jay Daniels)
Dale Wilson
Frances Campbell
Gabby Soleil ...


Bags of undelivered mail are discovered at the house of a mailman following his death. One of the undelivered items is a letter from an eight year old girl to her best friend, post-marked the day that she was abducted from her bedroom in 1975. Written by Alex Andrews

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12 November 2006 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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11 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode left me completely in was a beautiful tale, heartbreaking, and yet it gives hope, hope for the future of humanity. The core of racism and prejudice is based in fear and ignorance, I knew that from experience when I was a child. The episode reminds us that there are many heroes who champion the cause of justice and truth for all, not for any major political gains, but for the simple, pure reasons of love and friendship. The characters in this episode display great courage, and yet there is the reminder of how much difficulty those who would stand up for the principles of equality and justice for all had to contend with. This, even at a time of so-called greater awareness and acceptance. It left me thinking, how far have we really come? will we ever, in truth, stand together with dignity and respect for each other? The truth remains to be seen. The music, as always, was outstanding, too! I really do love this show.

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