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The Disappearance of Roxanne Isadore

Stories of the Unsolved

EARLY LIFE:

Roxanne Marie Isadore was born on October 14, 1982 in High Prairie, Alberta. Her mother, Dorothy Blue, was 17 years old at the time and was already raising her other daughter, 2-year-old Nicole. Following Roxanne’s birth, Dorothy gave birth to two more girls, Nicole and Rollanda. The family are members of the Driftpile Cree Nation, which runs along the shore of Lesser Slave Lake, several hours north of Edmonton.

Following a trip to Prince Rupert, British Columbia when she was five years old, Roxanne was taken to a hospital in Valleyview, where it was learnt she’d been molested. This caused her to have nightmares, for which she received counselling. While they eventually stopped, it was decided she would return to British Columbia to live permanently with her mother. Following the move, she is said to have become a “joyful little girl”.

As she entered adolescence, Roxanne tried to kill herself…

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Author: Whipped Owl

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