CBS Documentary Brings Hope to Vanderhoof Family (from HQ Prince George)
November 18th, 2012 at 11:55 am from HQ Prince George – original article
The family of a missing Vanderhoof woman hopes a documentary aired last night on American network CBS will help bring answers to her dissapearance. The investigative show ’48 Hours’ described the disappearance of Madison Scott in 2011. The show also pointed to other disappearances of women around Northern BC. Scott’s cousin Kane Kelly says his family participated in the documentary to continue awareness in their search for Madison.
‘From that show I would like to clarify that there is not connection between Maddy’s disappearance and the Highway of Tears,” says Kelly, “the story also pointed to Fribjon Bjornson as being in a relationship with Maddy and being involved in her disappearance. I also want to clarify that he was not responsible for her disappearance or involved with Maddy when she went missing.”
Bjornson was a 28 year old Vanderhoof man who died earlier this year. Kelly says the ’48 Hours’ show reached a large audience and that someone has a key piece of evidence to solve her disappearance. Scott has been missing since a party at Hogsback Lake on May 28th, 2011.
To watch the full documentary: http://cbsn.ws/XSebaS