Saturday, May 25 at 11 p.m. ET
Sunday, May 26 at 4 a.m. ET
Hosted by Jane Skinner
A child is reported missing in America every 18 seconds. What happens to these kids and what can you to do protect yours?
To find out, we go straight to the experts: John Walsh host of America's Most Wanted; the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children; and parents whose children have disappeared.
Using home videos, interviews with parents, neighbors and law enforcement, we also bring you three important missing child cases you can help authorities bring to a close. It's one program you can't afford to miss...
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• Three-year-old Samantha Kibalo should have returned home on Feb. 4, 2001 following a visit with her mother. She never did, and her father Mike has been looking for her ever since. Samantha's mother suffers from Munchausen by Proxy, a mental disorder that puts the child at great risk of physical harm
• Eleven-year-old Jacob was last seen on the evening of October 22, 1989 on his way home from a convenience store with his brother and a friend. A masked man with a gun stopped the children about a half-mile from the Wetterling home in St. Joseph, Minn. Jacob's brother and friend were let go, but neither Jacob nor his abductor has been seen since.
• Eight-year-old Scott has been missing since Nov. 26, 2001, when he went to his father's house for a scheduled visitation. All evidence points to Scott's father as the abductor. We'll talk to Carol Maynard, Scott's mother, about the search for her son and the emotional toll it has taken on her.
Saturday, May 25 is National Missing Childrens Day. Join us for Vanished: America's Missing Children to find out how to educate your kids about the dangers they face, and how you can help those already missing or abducted.
If you have any information about a missing child, please call:
1-800-THE-LOST or 1-800-843-5678.
Actress and child advocate Jaime Lee Curtis spoke to FOX News about her commitment to the cause, and how every American can contribute.
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