About Help Find Madison Scott

On May 28th 2011 Madison Scott went missing from Hogs back lake near Vanderhoof British Columbia, Canada. She has not been seen since.

  • Age Then: 20
  • Current Age: 26
  • Race: White (Medium complexion)
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Ginger / Auburn
  • Eyes: Hazel
  • Weight: 160 lbs
  • Height: 5’4″
  • Tattoos: Bird silhouette tattoo on the inside of left wrist
  • Other: Maddy’s ears and nostril are pierced.

This site was set up by the Scott family to spread the word on helping to find Madison Scott, and to provide a central location for information. Feel free to use the contact us page to send us information, or ideas to help find Madison Scott. Let everyone know about http://madisonscott.ca, and the Facebook group.

The Time line page explains the events that happened when Madison went missing.

Madison tatoo inside left wrist

4 comments

  • I cannot imagine how awful this is for her family one of the partygoers must know something did they leave her behind when they all went off to somewhere else. This will eventually be solved I have just watched a crime in the UK I am from London and it was solved but 30 years later.

    Carole Gray

  • Your story is still being herd! I’m from a small town in southern England and I’m hearing about Maddy for the first time 6 years on, your reaching so far still to this day. I hope this brings a small amount of hope to all of Maddys loved ones. I hope to hear of her safe return soon!

  • The RCMP needs to stay on the party goers that where there, and question them hard and ask when they left and work there way to the last 3 to be there. Obviously someone knew she would be alone at the end of the night and that information has to come from someone there that night. Sitting around waiting with posters and same searches won’t do anything more at this point. Harass everyone at that party and ask a lot of questions and keep on them until something gives. Its ridiculous that all was done was a lie detector test and that’s it.

  • Who knows, maybe one of the kids at the party went and said something about her staying there alone that night, and whoever was told that could of possibly went there and did something. There is only one possibility…. Someone did something and was there at some point and must of knew she was alone. Only way they know this is from someone at that party or its someone at that party that did something. Point is that the ppl at that party need to be reviewed much harder

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