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"Vanished into thin air" is an oft-used phrase to describe how people disappear suddenly and completely. "Gone" accomplishes the same thing, albeit in a more succinct, abrupt way, and provides Investigation Discovery with perfect true-crime fodder. The network introduces the hourlong series thusly: "No shoes in the hall. No coffee in the pot. He was supposed to come in late, but when she woke that morning he was just gone. As the day went on, her unanswered calls grew more frantic, and her unease became panic. Something was wrong but the truth is even darker than it looks." What follows are stories of missing people who leave a trail of secrets -- and distraught loved ones with mysterious pasts -- in their wake.

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On the small island of Oahu, Hawaii, Charlotte Moriarty and her infant son take a five-minute stroll to the market but never come home; it will take more than 30 years to find out what happened to the missing woman and her baby.
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After Dena Raley-McCluskey vanishes from Modesto, Calif., investigators focus on her ex-boyfriend with whom she had a tumultuous relationship; the police are stumped for years until an unexpected break in the case uncovers the shocking truth.
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Thirty-two-year-old Michele Whitaker is leading a troubled life when she disappears without a trace; her family and police investigate every possible lead for six years, then, a telephone call gives them the answers they're looking for.
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When Lynda McClelland goes missing from her home in Forest Hills, Pa., she leaves behind three beloved grandchildren and a grief-stricken daughter; an agonizing search for McClelland uncovers answers that lie painfully close to home.
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Teenagers Cheryl Miller and Pam Jackson vanish while spending the first day of summer break in the small town of Vermillion, S.D.; the teenagers' families never give up hope of finding them, then, one day, the truth is revealed.
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Seventeen-year-old Chris Daigle vanishes shortly after leaving school to spend the day in Missouri City, Texas; family members and law officials spend years dissecting the weeks and months leading up to the day the young baseball player disappeared.

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