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Season 2 – Ayla Reynolds

by Scott Fuller
Listen to “Season 2, Episode 1 – Baby Ayla” on Spreaker.

20-month-old Ayla Reynolds disappeared from her father’s home in Waterville, Maine a week before Christmas in 2011.

Ayla has never been found.

In Season 2 of Frozen Truth, we’ll seek answers for Ayla, Ayla’s family and for the rest of us.

We’ll also pursue understanding into why no charges have been filed in Ayla’s disappearance, how she came to be placed in a vulnerable situation in the first place, and where the investigation is today.

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Liz
2 years ago

Its interesting how the police chief keeps repeating that weird way of stating Ayla’s age. He says ’20 month year old’ twice during that press conference. Maybe its a colloquialism in Maine.

2 years ago

I am a Maine dowser. Regardless of whether anyone belies or not. I have been very successful. I checked the whereabouts of Ayla when it happened and found her alive and living between Aylas Grandparents and her father’s girlfriend. I dowsed a map of Portland and found evidence she was at her grandfather’s in Portland and her father’s girlfriend in Falmouth. I called state police and sherriff in Waterville and they swept my info under the rug. That was years ago. Three years later I checked. Found her still alive with her father and grandparents. Investigators stop investigating. I recently… Read more »

Ke
1 year ago
Reply to  Buddy Bowden

Tf? Rude.

Lisa Bridgford
1 year ago

How come Season 2 only goes as far back as episode number seven? I’ve just discovered this podcast and I’m wondering how I can even start listening to it?! All of Season 1 is available and considering those are the oldest episodes of the podcast, you’d think the ones that came out *after* would be available, as well. Anybody have any idea what’s up with that?

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