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Season 5: Kerrie Brown

On October 16, 1986, 15-year-old Kerrie Brown disappeared from a house party. Her body was discovered two days later in a wooded area outside of town.
On Oct. 16, 1986, 15-year-old Kerrie Brown disappeared from a house party in Thompson, Manitoba. Her body was found two days later. Host David Ridgen joins Kerrie's friends and family on their search for answers. 0:58

Season 5: Kerrie Brown

On October 16, 1986, 15-year-old Kerrie Brown disappeared from a house party. Her body was discovered less than 40 hours later in a wooded area outside of town. In Season 5 of Someone Knows Something, David Ridgen travels to Thompson, a mining town in northern Manitoba. Together with Kerrie's older brother Trevor, David speaks to witnesses as well as suspects, and uncovers some shocking new evidence that may help the case move forward.

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In SKS Season 5: Kerrie Brown, David Ridgen travels north to Thompson, Manitoba to investigate the brutal unsolved murder of 15-year-old Kerrie Brown. 2:24

Episode 1: Ravens

On a cold October night in 1986, 15-year-old Kerrie Brown disappeared from a house party. Her friends and family recall that fateful night and the devastating effect it's had on their lives. 1:02:52

Episode 2: Dead End

David speaks with the woman who discovered Kerrie's body to learn about the crime scene and meets with the police officer currently in charge of Kerrie's case. 1:10:48

Episode 3: Helen Betty Osborne

Another young woman was brutally murdered in northern Manitoba in 1971. But unlike the Brown case, a perpetrator was eventually brought to justice. What can be learned from the Helen Betty Osborne case? 53:56

CORRECTION: J.J. Harper was shot and killed by a Winnipeg Police Service officer. Not the RCMP. We regret the error.

Episode 4: Graveyard Road

A local teenager witnessed two vehicles leaving the crime scene the night Kerrie was murdered. What did he see that night? And more importantly, who? 1:03:57

Episode 5 Part 1: Rolly

The investigation leads to the owner of an auto body shop, who has information about Patrick Sumner's vehicle, and similar cars that may have been in Thompson on the night of Kerrie's murder. 36:59

Episode 5 Part 2: Mad Max

Another muscle car, similar to the one seen by witnesses near the crime scene, was out driving through Thompson on the night of Kerrie's murder. The driver of that car was known as Mad Max. 31:17

Episode 6: The Call

A retired RCMP officer claims that certain suspects, tips and evidence may have been overlooked during the original investigation, including a very suspicious phone call. 53:59

Episode 7: Luella

A woman writes a name on a scrap of paper and hands it to Jim Brown. Is this the tip he's been waiting for? 47:47

Episode 8: Other Brother

Trevor wasn't Kerrie's only sibling. David takes the investigation closer to home. 55:29

Episode 9: Marnie

David tracks down the civilian phone operator who says she received a suspicious phone call the night Kerrie disappeared. 1:05:13

Episode 10 Part 1: Sumner

Patrick Sumner was arrested and charged with Kerrie's murder, but discharged after a preliminary hearing. He has never spoken to the media to give his side of the story. Until now. 55:28

Episode 10 Part 2: Sumner

Trevor Brown speaks for the first time with the man who was accused of murdering his sister. 27:04