Topics and Guests: November 26

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Believe it or not, there are more than 100,000 Americans missing today.

They come from all walks of life and the circumstances surrounding their disappearances are vastly different. And while most families will never know what happened to their loved ones, many of the mysteries we profiled ended in tragedy.

In this special edition of "On the Record: Missing Persons Files," we reopen some of the cases that gripped the nation's headlines:

We'll revisit Lori Hacking's (search) disappearance and murder.

A hairdresser in Georgia disappears from her salon. What ominous clues were left behind in the parking lot?

Plus, a Wisconsin college student's disappearance triggers a massive manhunt. But was it all a hoax?

And, a four-year-old girl vanishes from her grandmother's bed. Now, a high tech company is giving her family new hope.

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