The Disappearance of Emma Fillipoff
26 year old Emma Fillipoff vanished from Victoria, BC on Nov 28, 2012 under circumstances as mysterious as they are heartbreaking.
In the days leading up to her disappearance Emma made a series of distressing phone calls to her mother and on the day of her disappearance seemed to be planning something. A 7/11 convenience store's surveillance footage from day of her disappearance show her acting unusually and making a series of out of character purchases.
She was last seen by the Victoria police who were responding to a call from a concerned acquaintance of Emma's, reporting a women in distress. After spending nearly 45 minutes speaking with her, they left her standing shoe less on a busy downtown intersection on a cold November night. In a tragic twist, Emma's mother Shelley would arrive in Victoria to check on Emma's well being only three hours after Emma was last seen.
Part 1 - The Investigation
The timeline of Emma's disappearance will be told via excerpts of an extended interview with Emma's mother Shelley Fillipoff who has not stopped her relentless search for her daughter, now going into its third year.
Part 2 - Digging Deeper
Digging deeper into Emma's case via a follow up interview with Shelley Fillipoff and an extended conversation with Tim and Lance, hosts of the wildly popular Missing Maura Murray Podcast.
Part 3 - Julien's Narrative
Featuring a timeline of oft considered suspect Julien's activities both before and after her disappearance, all told via excerpts of a nearly three hour conversation with Julien himself.
Part 4 - Ellen
In part 4 the focus will shift from the events immediately surrounding Emma's disappearance to her life leading up to Nov 28, 2012.
This episode features an intimate conversation with Emma's life long close friend Ellen.
Part 5 - Mikaela
In part 5 our focus will remain on those close to Emma leading up to her disappearance.
This episode features a conversation with Emma's life long friend Mikaela, with whom Emma shared an apartment upon her arrival in Victoria.