Malcom is Missing

A single mother of two from small town Canada looks for her missing father in Mexico and ends up taking on one of the most corrupt justice systems in the world.

In October 2018, Brooke Mullins packed a light bag and flew to Mexico. Not for a vacation. Five days earlier she’d received word that her father, Malcom, was missing. With a strong feeling that something was definitely wrong, Brooke went looking for him.

It took her only a few days to discover he’d probably been murdered. She found a grainy “smoking gun” video of her father being drugged, a GPS tracker on her father’s car showed it spent hours in a remote jungle location the night he went missing and several disturbing emails demanding money. She turned it all over to the Mexican police and believed her amateur sleuthing days were done.

But three years and $200,000 later, it’s still not over. Despite the emotional and legal challenges, Brooke has fought on fueled by two goals — finding her father’s remains and seeing his killers are brought to justice. Some would say taking on the famously corrupt Mexican justice system is a long shot for the slightly built, 42-year-old single mother of two from Port Hope, Ontario. Brooke Mullins dismisses those thoughts and continues to fight.