Episode 49

Voices of evil: The cases of Amber Tuccaro and Margaret Ellen Fox

May 11, 2020   Tags: , , , , ,
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This week we brought you two unsolved cases separated by decades, but each is haunted with the voice of the possible offender. 

Amber Tuccaro:
20-year-old Amber Tuccaro was a member of Mikisew Cree First Nation. In August of 2010, Amber Tuccaro went to Edmonton, Canada for a weekend trip. She was accompanied by a friend and her infant son. On August 18th, she left her son with her friend to go into town. It is thought she hitched a ride to get there. But never returned. 

Her friend called her mother the next day. Amber's mother Tootsie immediately reported her missing. At the time the Royal Canadian Mounted Police thought that Amber wasn't an endangered missing. Their opinions didn't seem to change for two years. 

In 2012, the RCMP released 61 seconds of audio from a 17 minute recorded phone call Amber had with her brother. During the call you can hear Amber and an unknown man. They are discussing where they are headed, Amber not believing she is going where she hoped. As the road turns to gravel, the call drops.

On September 1, 2012, Amber's remains were discovered by horse back riders in Leduc County. The location of the remains in the farmer's field were roughly 17 minutes from Amber's motel.    

Any information can be reported to: Leduc RCMP Detachment at 780-980-7267 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).   
Audio from Amber’s Phone Call via RCMP.

Margaret Ellen Fox:
In June 1974, 14-year-old Margaret Ellen Fox advertised her babysitting services in a local newspaper in Burlington, New Jersey.On June 19th, a man who said his name was “John Marshall” called wanting to secure her services for his son the following weekend. The two made several plans to meet, but John had to postpone.

Then on the 24th, John said he would meet her in Mount Holly, New Jersey inside a red Volkswagen at the corner of High and Mill Streets. Margaret got on the 8:40 AM bus to travel roughly the 7 miles to meet John. Margaret was never seen again. But the offender called her parents for a ransom.
Audio from Margaret’s case via the FBI.
When Margaret disappeared she was between 5’2” and 5’3” and 105 pounds. She had brown hair, blue eyes and freckles. She was wearing a light blue long-sleeved floral shirt, marooned flared jeans with a yellow patch on one knee. On top she also had a black and white or blue and white checkered waist length jacket.

Margaret was also wearing jewelry--a gold necklace with flowers and a blue stone with a matching charm bracelet. She also wore glasses with hexagon lenses. She carried a glasses case with a Huckleberry Hound design on it.

We are looking for any information on Amber and Margaret's cases. Take time and listen to the voices. If you have any leads, please contact us.   

We also want to encourage everyone to submit their DNA to a public database. If you have gotten your DNA sequenced by 23 and me or, it takes only five minutes to then upload that raw information into GED Match or FamilyTree DNA. Upload it-remember to opt-in to law enforcement being able to search your DNA-and within 5 minutes you are helping victims' families get one step closer to catching a killer or identifying remains.


1. Do not name names publicly. Send everything to the police or to this page and we will forward to the police. 
2. Do not post side by side photos. 
3. Do not contact any family members. 
4. Do not doxx each other and be civil. We all want the same thing. 

As tips come in, Jensen and Holes will work to verify them. If they look good, we will publish them here to try and get us closer to their names.