NEW YORK (WABC) – The second season of ABC’s popular crime series Gone is available to watch on Hulu. Hosted by ABC7 New York Eyewitness News investigative reporter Christine Thorne, Missing tells the real-life stories of missing people in the New York tri-state area whose stories have long gone untold.

New episodes include:

Missing: The Mystery of Dr. Sneha Ann Philip

The disappearance of Dr. Sneha Ann Philip was initially believed to be related to the tragic events of September 11, 2001. However, many people who read her story, studied her case, or knew her were skeptical that she died in the September 11 terrorist attacks. In this episode of Missing, Thorne takes a deeper look into Sneha’s life and considers whether she may not have died in the 9/11 attacks, as New York courts have determined.

Missing: The Terrible Case of Ethel Louise Atwell

On October 24, 1978, Ethel Louise Atwell disappeared while leaving the grounds of the former Willowbrook Public School, where she worked as a nurse at the Staten Island Developmental Center. Ethel’s disappearance prompted an extensive search of the nearby woods, but police and volunteers only discovered her keys – they found no evidence of Ethel herself. After more than four decades, Thorne returns to the forest to try to uncover the clues in this chilling cold case in this episode of Missing.

“Missing: Cassandra Briana Ramirez”

Cassandra Ramirez was a 25-year-old aspiring chef who disappeared from the Bronx in September 2018. Her family says that a week before Cassandra disappeared, she testified to a grand jury that she had been raped by a family friend months earlier. Thorne hits the streets of the Bronx to try to get answers for Cassandra’s family, only to discover that the most important evidence of her disappearance may not only be on Long Island, but 1,200 miles away in Kansas.

ABC7 New York Eyewitness News investigative reporter Christine Thorne was ABC News’ lead reporter on the disappearance of Gabby Petit. It was the coverage of her story and frequent interactions with her distraught father, Joseph Petit, with whom Thorne developed a trusting professional relationship, that inspired Thorne to create the Missing series.

Thorne began looking through tri-state missing persons databases, and as she scrolled through the hundreds of faces, she thought not only of those people, but of their families and friends, and the wave of pain their disappearance had caused.

Now, with the Missing People series, she hopes to shed light on previously overlooked victims in the hope that the revelations will lead to new evidence and more families and loved ones will find justice.

Watch new series streaming on Hulu and live on ABC-owned online, mobile and Connected TV programs.

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