A person suddenly and unexpectedly disappears; no trace, no clues, nothing but the lingering mystery they leave behind. According to the FBI's National Crime Information Center, there are now 110,484 active missing persons cases in the U.S., 53% are juveniles under the age of 18. Most of us have heard of the high-profile cases, such as Natalee Holloway, Stacey Peterson, and Chandra Levy. But have you ever heard of Mae Catherine Rocker, Alexis Peterson or Thomas Jay Kerr? Probably not. They are just a few of the hundreds of thousands of people in this country who one day, simply Disappeared. Most missing person's stories have never been told...until now. Disappeared is an exciting series that investigates the disappearance of these victims, who are here one minute, gone the next!

Disappeared - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2009-12-01

Disappeared - House of the Disappeared - Netflix

House of the Disappeared (Hangul: 시간위의 집; RR: Siganwiui Jib; lit. “House Above Time”) is a 2017 South Korean mystery thriller film directed by Lim Dae-woong and written by Jang Jae-hyun. The film is based on The House at the End of Time, a 2013 Venezuelan horror film directed by Alejandro Hidalgo. It stars Kim Yun-jin and Ok Taec-yeon.

Disappeared - Premise - Netflix

Falsely arrested for murdering her husband, a woman returns to the house where the incident occurred after 25 years of imprisonment to solve the mystery surrounding her husband's death and son's disappearance.

Disappeared - References - Netflix