AR MORGAN CHAUNTEL NICK: Missing from Alma, AR - 9 June 1995 - Age 6

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1284DFAR - Morgan Chauntel Nick
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The two images on the right is age-progressed to 17 and 26 years.

Name: Morgan Chauntel Nick
Case Classification: Endangered Missing, Non-Family Abduction
Missing Since: June 9, 1995
Location Last Seen: Alma, Crawford County, Arkansas

Physical Description
Date of Birth: September 12, 1988
Age: 6 years old
Race: White
Gender: Female
Height: 4'0"
Weight: 55 lbs.
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Nickname/Alias: Unknown
Distinguishing Marks/Features: Protruding purple vein on the lower left side of her rib cage; 5 visible silver caps on her molars; crowded teeth.

Identifiers
Dentals: Available
Fingerprints: Not Available
DNA: Available

Clothing & Personal Items
Clothing: Green Girl Scout t-shirt, blue denim shorts, and white tennis shoes.
Jewelry: Unknown
Additional Personal Items: Unknown

Circumstances of Disappearance
At 10:45 PM on June 9, 1995 in Alma, Arkansas, six-year-old Morgan Nick was abducted from a little league ball game by an unidentified man. Witnesses observed a man watching Morgan as she was playing with other children at the park. The witnesses also saw a red Ford pickup with a white camper parked nearby that disappeared at the same time as Morgan.

The camper is possibly damaged at the right rear, and was described as 4 to 5 inches too short for the truck. The truck is described as having a short wheel base, paint dulled with age, and a possible Arkansas license plate.

The man was described as white, 6 feet tall, with a medium to solid build (approximately 180 lbs.), salt-and-pepper hair, a mustache, and a 1-inch beard. He is believed to have been 23-38 years old at the time of the abduction.

Investigating Agency(s)
Agency Name: Alam Police Department
Agency Contact Person: Chief Russell White
Agency Phone Number: 479-632-3333
Agency E-Mail: N/A
Agency Case Number: 950609-3

Agency Name: Federal Bureau of Investigation
Agency Contact Person: Special Agent Jimmie Caudle
Agency Phone Number: 479-452-5873
Agency E-Mail: N/A
Agency Case Number: N/A
Agency Name: Arkansas State Police
Agency Contact Person: Sgt. Kimberly Warren
Agency Phone Number: 479-783-5195
Agency E-Mail: N/A
Agency Case Number: N/A

NCIC Case Number: M-840041633
NCMEC Case Number: 805103
NamUs Case Number: 1490

Information Source(s)
NamUs
NCMEC
Morgan Nick Foundation

 
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Mel70

Well-known member
This Case always has bothered me. It is a perfect example how a Child can disappear in a blink of an Eye. And she has been missing for so long. It's been half my Lifetime. I believe the Man who took her very well could still be alive. Even if he was 40 then he would be 65 now. I also think he may be incarcerated for abuse of Children. I don't think she us very far from where she was Abducted.
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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Staff member

Docu-series about Morgan Nick case coming soon

Nearly 25 years ago, six-year-old Morgan Nick disappeared from the Alma Little League Ball Field.

Now, Five Star Productions in Fort Smith is set to release a five-part documentary series on her disappearance.

The documentary crew said that law enforcement has shared information that has never been made public in the 1995 case and hopes the series will shed more light.

The series is being directed by Arkansas native and Emmy award-winning filmmaker Devon Parks and has the backing of the Nick family.

“For us, this feels like an opportunity to kinda come alongside what law enforcement is doing and to also do this in morgan’s case and to see if we can’t find the answers that have been hidden all this time,” said Colleen Nick, Morgan Nick Foundation CEO.

“New media nowadays, podcasts, films, television shows, documentaries, they really capture the public’s attention and alot of times. It can be anything in the public that just hasn’t come forward, hasn’t been connected that is outside of the reach of law enforcement,” said Devon Parks, Still Missing Morgan Director.

Parks said that the series should be wrapping up by June.
 

Mel70

Well-known member

Docu-series about Morgan Nick case coming soon

Nearly 25 years ago, six-year-old Morgan Nick disappeared from the Alma Little League Ball Field.

Now, Five Star Productions in Fort Smith is set to release a five-part documentary series on her disappearance.

The documentary crew said that law enforcement has shared information that has never been made public in the 1995 case and hopes the series will shed more light.

The series is being directed by Arkansas native and Emmy award-winning filmmaker Devon Parks and has the backing of the Nick family.

“For us, this feels like an opportunity to kinda come alongside what law enforcement is doing and to also do this in morgan’s case and to see if we can’t find the answers that have been hidden all this time,” said Colleen Nick, Morgan Nick Foundation CEO.

“New media nowadays, podcasts, films, television shows, documentaries, they really capture the public’s attention and alot of times. It can be anything in the public that just hasn’t come forward, hasn’t been connected that is outside of the reach of law enforcement,” said Devon Parks, Still Missing Morgan Director.

Parks said that the series should be wrapping up by June.
Thank You hon
You're great.
:thankyou::shower:
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

Administrator
Staff member

Morgan Nick documentary asking people to submit pictures, video from June 1995

It's the most famous missing child case in Arkansas. Morgan Nick was just six years old on June 9, 1995 when she was reportedly abducted while playing at a ballpark in Alma, known as Wofford Field. She has never been seen since.

Fast forward 24 years to today and Morgan would be 31. That's the same age as director Devon Parks, an Arkansas native who has been working for nearly a year on a documentary called "Still Missing Morgan" about the little girl that he never met.



The documentary is asking for people to send them pictures and video taken from around the time Morgan was last seen.

"Specifically looking for photos at or around the ballpark from either June 7, 8, 9, 10, 11," explains Parks. "Anything you may be unsure of, we'd rather be able to look at it, see it."

The documentary has set up a website, Still Missing Morgan, where you can submit your information. If your pictures or video are used in the documentary, you will be compensated.

Parks said he plans to have the film finished this summer and that it will be available on a streaming service.
https://www.stillmissingmorgan.com/
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

Administrator
Staff member
Morgan Nick case still a mystery

On June 9, 1995, 6-year-old Morgan Nick was attending a little league baseball game in Alma with her family. Within minutes, someone abducted her and the case remains unsolved today.

“It was never a thought in my head that Morgan would still be missing for 25 years,” said Colleen Nick, Morgan’s mother. “Someone knows the truth.”

“Even after many, many years, we know that missing children can be found,” said Angeline Hartmann, director of Communications at National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. “We’ve seen it happen many times. In Morgan’s case, the answers are out there. She is out there. It just takes one person to bring home a missing child.”

After 25 years, Morgan has yet to be found. Her family is still fighting for closure on the disappearance. A new age progression photo has been released that simulates what Morgan would look like at her current age of 31.
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

Administrator
Staff member
Looks like those of us who aren't local will not get a chance to see this. At least not any time soon.


Documentary on the kidnapping of Morgan Nick to debut exclusively on Channel 5​

A new documentary, "Still Missing Morgan," about a missing Arkansas girl that sparked nationwide interest in the 90s, will air exclusively on Channel 5 Saturday, April 10, 2021, at 6:30 p.m.

"Still Missing Morgan," filmed by Arkansas native Devon Parks, reveals new details from law enforcement and the Nick family that have never been shared with the public. When a new chief is appointed at the local police department investigating her disappearance, a different approach to the case brings new hope to the search for the first time in two decades.

The film has been in production for almost two years, with over 100 people helping with the documentary. Parks says crews followed Arkansas and federal officers for several months as they investigated the case.

"Still Missing Morgan" will give viewers an unprecedented look inside the open case where invaluable access to the investigation will be showcased and promising leads discussed.

"Viewers aren't watching something that's happened already, they're part of history in the marking," Parks told 5NEWS. "They are along for the ride with the family of a missing child, the investigators searching for her, and the information as it's pieced together like a puzzle."

"Still Missing Morgan" will only air once on Channel 5 and there will not be a replay. It will not be available online. Be sure to tune in for the highly anticipated show.
 

Mel70

Well-known member
Looks like those of us who aren't local will not get a chance to see this. At least not any time soon.


Documentary on the kidnapping of Morgan Nick to debut exclusively on Channel 5​

A new documentary, "Still Missing Morgan," about a missing Arkansas girl that sparked nationwide interest in the 90s, will air exclusively on Channel 5 Saturday, April 10, 2021, at 6:30 p.m.

"Still Missing Morgan," filmed by Arkansas native Devon Parks, reveals new details from law enforcement and the Nick family that have never been shared with the public. When a new chief is appointed at the local police department investigating her disappearance, a different approach to the case brings new hope to the search for the first time in two decades.

The film has been in production for almost two years, with over 100 people helping with the documentary. Parks says crews followed Arkansas and federal officers for several months as they investigated the case.

"Still Missing Morgan" will give viewers an unprecedented look inside the open case where invaluable access to the investigation will be showcased and promising leads discussed.

"Viewers aren't watching something that's happened already, they're part of history in the marking," Parks told 5NEWS. "They are along for the ride with the family of a missing child, the investigators searching for her, and the information as it's pieced together like a puzzle."

"Still Missing Morgan" will only air once on Channel 5 and there will not be a replay. It will not be available online. Be sure to tune in for the highly anticipated show.
Thank you for posting this SheWho. Her case is one that stays with me.
 

GrandmaBear

Deputized Emu Slayer/Horse Thief Hunter
Looks like those of us who aren't local will not get a chance to see this. At least not any time soon.


Documentary on the kidnapping of Morgan Nick to debut exclusively on Channel 5​

A new documentary, "Still Missing Morgan," about a missing Arkansas girl that sparked nationwide interest in the 90s, will air exclusively on Channel 5 Saturday, April 10, 2021, at 6:30 p.m.

"Still Missing Morgan," filmed by Arkansas native Devon Parks, reveals new details from law enforcement and the Nick family that have never been shared with the public. When a new chief is appointed at the local police department investigating her disappearance, a different approach to the case brings new hope to the search for the first time in two decades.

The film has been in production for almost two years, with over 100 people helping with the documentary. Parks says crews followed Arkansas and federal officers for several months as they investigated the case.

"Still Missing Morgan" will give viewers an unprecedented look inside the open case where invaluable access to the investigation will be showcased and promising leads discussed.

"Viewers aren't watching something that's happened already, they're part of history in the marking," Parks told 5NEWS. "They are along for the ride with the family of a missing child, the investigators searching for her, and the information as it's pieced together like a puzzle."

"Still Missing Morgan" will only air once on Channel 5 and there will not be a replay. It will not be available online. Be sure to tune in for the highly anticipated show.
It's absolutely great news they are doing this. This part though throws me a bit. "Still Missing Morgan" will only air once on Channel 5 and there will not be a replay. It will not be available online. Be sure to tune in for the highly anticipated show. I mean wouldn't you want the info getting out and as many people as possible seeing the show who may possibly remember something, etc.? I do understand that by doing this they will likely draw more attention for the one airing...
 

Kimster

Let's Find Michael Bryson!
Staff member
It's absolutely great news they are doing this. This part though throws me a bit. "Still Missing Morgan" will only air once on Channel 5 and there will not be a replay. It will not be available online. Be sure to tune in for the highly anticipated show. I mean wouldn't you want the info getting out and as many people as possible seeing the show who may possibly remember something, etc.? I do understand that by doing this they will likely draw more attention for the one airing...
That’s exactly what I was thinking!
 

Kimster

Let's Find Michael Bryson!
Staff member
They're not airing the entire documentary, this is just a 90 minute shortened version. It's supposed to be an episodic documentary series (six or so episodes, an hour long each) that will air on a streaming service like Netflix or Hulu later on in the year.
Thank you for letting me know! I’m glad it’s going to be a documentary. I hope I can catch it.

:welcome: Glad to meet you!
 

boomburger

Member
Thank you for letting me know! I’m glad it’s going to be a documentary. I hope I can catch it.

:welcome: Glad to meet you!
Thank you for the welcome, I live in Australia and a few years ago I read about Morgan's disappearance and it stayed with me, I know her mother believes she is still alive but its more likely she was taken by a predator, she most likely was murdered the night she was taken as are most children taken by strangers, I am always hoping that the monster sees his day in court, and I believe that day will come with this documentary, I have a gut feeling someone with a guilty conscience (whether it be the person responsible or their family member, or friend) will go to police and it will solve the case.
 

Kimster

Let's Find Michael Bryson!
Staff member
Thank you for the welcome, I live in Australia and a few years ago I read about Morgan's disappearance and it stayed with me, I know her mother believes she is still alive but its more likely she was taken by a predator, she most likely was murdered the night she was taken as are most children taken by strangers, I am always hoping that the monster sees his day in court, and I believe that day will come with this documentary, I have a gut feeling someone with a guilty conscience (whether it be the person responsible or their family member, or friend) will go to police and it will solve the case.
Or, if a person isn't moved by the documentary, later on someone just might stumble upon her remains and there's evidence still with her. That too happens at times.
 

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