June 29, 2020
Globe & Mail review -May 27 2020
On Canada Day weekend in 2002, 21-year-old Lisa Marie Young left a house party on Vancouver Island, getting into a red Jaguar with a man, never to be seen again. The mystery of her vanishing stills lingers in her hometown of Nanaimo, B.C., where urban-legend embellishments obscure hard facts. With her new true crime podcast, former CBC producer Laura Palmer heats up a cold-case in a respectful, human way. Yes, the first season of her new series Island Crime is called Where is Lisa?, but Palmer takes time to ask “Who is Lisa?” before digging into her disappearance."
CBC Radio: All Points West interview with Laura Palmer-May 27 2020
Nanaimo Daily News Bulletin-May 26 2020 "Case of missing Nanaimo woman inspires new true crime podcast"
Nanaimo Daily News Bulletin -June 28 2020 "Nanaimo Marches for Answers about Case of Missing Woman"
Nanaimo News Now-June 28th '"Annual Lisa Young march draws energized crowd to downtown Nanaimo"
CHEK TV-May 26 2020 "New podcast sheds light on disappearance of Lisa Young from Nanaimo"
CKNW: Back on the Beat with John Daly
CKNW:Back on the Beat with John Daly-Update
Victoria Times Colonist-June 28 2020
CTV News-June 28 2020
Nanaimo Magazine-July 2020