The Sudden Disappearance Of Cynthia Anderson

6 nóv 2020
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A young secretary mysteriously disappears- was it murder or did she flee?
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  • Make sure to leave your questions for our Post Mortem episode down below! Submit a video question to get featured in the episode here: bzfd.it/3oiVTiV

    BuzzFeed Unsolved NetworkBuzzFeed Unsolved Network19 dögum síðan
    • #postmortem : I gotta know, those marshmallows behind y'all got eaten, right?

      Julia SandfordJulia Sandford14 dögum síðan
    • as much as i enjoy the idea of her just leaving the church (to quote shane, church church church) it seems odd for cynthia to fake all of the calls and paranoia leading up to her disappearance. based on my limited knowledge of this case, she seemed to be really struggling with paranoia from all of the scary phone calls and apparent stalking. I'm not sure how she could fake that, but I guess anyone going to church that much and planning on running away would have to be a good actress. she'd also have to fake the "I love you cynthia" note, which I simply don't think was this other guy, because you said there was no there cynthia who worked there. although that could be from the person she ran away with.... unless HE was who she ran away with. intriguing. idk I guess. that's why it's unsolved.

      Jayden KrugJayden Krug18 dögum síðan
    • For postmortem: I think that she was abducted and (probably, RIP Cindy) murdered by an obsessive stalker BUT the stalker was likely either a client or an associate of the law firm she was working at. It would explain the fact that there was no sign of struggle and the fact that the door was locked from the inside. She came into work, the long term client or associate came in, and she locked the door behind him thinking that he was a friend and on her side. He might have asked her to come out through the back (because if this law firm was in a strip mall, it likely did have an alternative exit outside the back) to see something or something along those lines, and then took her into his car and abducted her without a trace. If the call to the police later on was not a prank, he likely lived nearby and had probably been obsessed with her whilst she had helped her boss with his case (or possibly the case of his parents as the woman on the phone had implied he was the son of a couple who owned two homes in the vicinity).

      Mady AlvarezMady Alvarez18 dögum síðan
    • For postmortem: I think that she was abducted and (probably, RIP Cindy) murdered by an obsessive stalker BUT the stalker was likely either a client or an associate of the law firm she was working at. It would explain the fact that there was no sign of struggle and the fact that the door was locked from the inside. She came into work, the long term client or associate came in, and she locked the door behind him thinking that he was a friend and on her side. He might have asked her to come out through the back (because if this law firm was in a strip mall, it likely did have an alternative exit outside the back) to see something or something along those lines, and then took her into his car and abducted her without a trace. If the call to the police later on was not a prank, he likely lived nearby and had probably been obsessed with her whilst she had helped her boss with his case (or possibly the case of his parents as the woman on the phone had implied he was the son of a couple who owned two homes in the vicinity).

      Mady AlvarezMady Alvarez18 dögum síðan
    • BuzzFeed Unsolved Network I think that Cindy had it turned to that page in her book to tell us that she was abducted. I also think that nail polish was used to knock her out.

      Caitlynn HarboldCaitlynn Harbold18 dögum síðan
  • Why is shane wearing Raidens alternate outfit from some gay mortal combat game ?

    HerbertHerbert58 mínútum síðan
  • ryan, bold of you to assume there’s security cameras especially in 1981. even now there’s rarely cameras. been watching too much csi 😂😂😂

    Amanda WillAmanda Will2 klukkustundum síðan
  • last i checked, chlorine bleach and nail polish remover can knock somebody out when mixed together. it'd make sense for a janitor, or someone with access to the janitor's space to have kidnapped her.

    SmuguuSmuguu2 klukkustundum síðan
  • ( shane wakes up with his wall dripping with blood spelling out 'i love you shane' ) "how sweet 🥰"

    finger lickin' goodfinger lickin' good4 klukkustundum síðan
  • ok hear me out... what if the kidnappers a woman bc cindy would've trusted a woman and gone somewhere with her and maybe taken her purse and that's why the book was also open to a page ab a knife bc if it was a guy he could've just carried her out or something

    Lucía PascualLucía Pascual4 klukkustundum síðan
  • Did they try to check her sister or father's DNA with all those jane doe

    Nina BendNina Bend10 klukkustundum síðan
  • Looking good Shane

    Ines JimenezInes Jimenez12 klukkustundum síðan
  • I think the dad/parents had something to do with it. Being as churchy as they were and describing her as "obedient", I think her caring about her appearance tells us she was starting to distance herself from them/church. They could have killed her to either uphold their reputation or they thought they were "saving" her. Her sudden change in routine suggests she probably met someone and if that person isn't the one who took her/she didn't run away, the parents definitely did something. It sounded like they planned out her future, to be heavily church centric, and her potentially ending things with her boyfriend, from the same church, would have looked bad on them and especially the father. Every super religious household I know of/have heard of, it pushes the "obey men" ideology and so her potentially turning away from the church/her father's wishes would have definitely upset him/the parents.

    Megan GuerreroMegan Guerrero16 klukkustundum síðan
  • The weird thing is: Cynthia could still be alive RIGHT NOW if she wasn’t murdered

    Absolute AssassinAbsolute Assassin17 klukkustundum síðan
    • I think there’s a small chance of her being alive today.

      Park Chim ChimPark Chim Chim9 klukkustundum síðan
  • “i was trying to think of a good lawyer joke. cause lawyers- nobody likes them.” phoenix wright fans: 👁👄👁

    scronch ponchscronch ponch17 klukkustundum síðan
  • *I like how Mannequin Bob in the background*

    Insert_Text_HereInsert_Text_Here18 klukkustundum síðan
  • Do the mysterious disappearance of Antoine De Saint-Exupéry!!!!

    Kyleeanne WoodKyleeanne Wood19 klukkustundum síðan
  • I'm extremely surprised the church killing her for trying to separate from them isn't a theory here tho

    Andy KulpAndy Kulp20 klukkustundum síðan
  • I thought that Shane and Ryan left buzzfeed and were only doing Watcher now?

    Lara KayleeLara Kaylee21 klukkustund síðan
  • senbonzakura pbs princeroyce pikachu nightmare frostpunk smosh

    lang trovelang troveDegi Síðan síðan
  • "it's auntie anne's...show some f**kin respect" 🤦😂

    Serge StormsSerge StormsDegi Síðan síðan
  • Y

    Julius TanJulius TanDegi Síðan síðan
  • “By G.W” Me:👁👄👁 “George Washington!”

    Absolute AssassinAbsolute AssassinDegi Síðan síðan
  • My theory is cindy is trying to leave the country or something and planned the whole thing and when she's gone the book which says has some clue that it could be an abduction is just suspicious

    Leon KunLeon KunDegi Síðan síðan
  • I think maybe the smell of nail polish remover could have been something used to knock her out if I'm honest and that's why no sign of struggle? But I hope she just ran away

    eilis byrneeilis byrneDegi Síðan síðan
  • Jesus, I'm listening to this in the background while working MY job in Toledo, OH and hearing that was wildly unsettling.

    Samantha WagonerSamantha WagonerDegi Síðan síðan
  • 6:34

    Collin WallCollin WallDegi Síðan síðan
  • im honestly kinda annoying that they’re sitting on those wooden boxes when there deckchairs with blankets right next to them like its making me feel cold just looking at them.

    Cait LouCait Lou2 dögum síðan
  • wait if he painted it for a different cynthia but cynthias friend said she was the only cynthia on that side of the strip mall?

    Subway SurferSubway Surfer2 dögum síðan
  • That nod at 19:42

    Ani and MayAni and May2 dögum síðan
  • 4:20 sounds like Naruto and Rassengan to me

    Jéká *Jéká *2 dögum síðan
  • I'm more puzzled that there is no theory about alien abduction hahahaha

    Yasuo WindwallYasuo Windwall2 dögum síðan
  • Just imagine asking your brother "Have we killed this person?" And then I they'd answer. "Nah bro".

    Leira SauroLeira Sauro2 dögum síðan
  • Wait, why does the baby look like babay addison rae

    NamiraworksNamiraworks2 dögum síðan
  • please, someone tell me that i'm not the only one who dances along with the "theory" background music HAHAHAHA (sometimes they're not gonna play it, it makes me disappointed HAHAHAHAHA)

    yuno sanchezyuno sanchez2 dögum síðan
  • "What does your boyfriend like?" Church. I choked on my food😂

    Queen HelaQueen Hela2 dögum síðan
  • Shane youre right, too much church, i think you guys overused the word in this episode! Im obsessed with this series!

    Katrina AdrianaKatrina Adriana2 dögum síðan
  • George washington really out here

    justcallmetyjustcallmety2 dögum síðan
  • Shane is so funny

    •Little Lion••Little Lion•2 dögum síðan
  • This story is honestly so insane it sounds fictional. Whoever abducted her is some kind of super villian lol

    Con Job21Con Job212 dögum síðan
  • I'm surprised Unsolved Mysteries didn't cover this.

    FortNikitaBullionFortNikitaBullion2 dögum síðan
  • maybe i've been listening to too much, crime junkie, but i really think this was a stalker turned murderer. probably someone she knew from church. maybe the GW wasn't an initial, but a common two word phrase this person liked using? maybe it was the way they wrote the script, but too much church doesn't sound like enough reason to up and leave your entire life. she sounded like she had a decent, maybe mediocre life, but if she had enough money did she really not just want to travel or be more independent? there seems to be a big leap in her resources and theorized actions if she did want to start a new life and it just doesn't add up for me

    Emily ShipmanEmily Shipman2 dögum síðan
  • Lol cindy

    matthew changmatthew chang2 dögum síðan
  • The father did it.

    Pim PsalsaPim Psalsa2 dögum síðan
  • I have a strange feeling why this is 20:20 mins/secs

    That TikTok TeacherThat TikTok Teacher2 dögum síðan
  • i feel like maybe someone at her workplace has something to do with it. the fact that there were no signs of a struggle points to her willingly going with said person. also, they could have easy access to the building and know lots about cynthia (including the book she was reading) if they worked there. just a thought idk

    Natasha DamNatasha Dam2 dögum síðan
  • I dont know why I keep watching this at night lol

    Dameon AlexnaderDameon Alexnader2 dögum síðan
  • Are doing all outdoors this season?

    Rookie HazelwooRookie Hazelwoo2 dögum síðan
  • As an active christian i can say that too much church will get to anybody ngl

    Chad Likes PastaChad Likes Pasta2 dögum síðan
  • she also could have left the book open to that page to throw them off her trail (if she ran away) and make them think she was abducted as the page said

    The Lonely PizzaThe Lonely Pizza2 dögum síðan
  • “Too bad u got vanished .” 😂😂😂😂

    jake schropjake schrop2 dögum síðan
  • Rice in the mailbox... Do you want ants? Cuz that's how you get ants.

    Kristen DulaneyKristen Dulaney2 dögum síðan
  • "it's embarassing to murder wth your brother-" "eee"

    gαlαxygαlαxy3 dögum síðan
  • Anthony Cook may be a murderer but damn that jawline is nice.

    Hydra SalesmanHydra Salesman3 dögum síðan
  • lol...cynthia thanks for watching

    stevesick1stevesick13 dögum síðan
  • Imagine coming to watch an episode from your favorite ISworlds bois and then you find out its from your home town!

    Isabella SaggeseIsabella Saggese3 dögum síðan
  • Maybe she planned it out and 'acted' being scared of being kidnapped for a long time just to set the environment right for her disappearance.

    Shanudi YapageShanudi Yapage3 dögum síðan
  • “LOOK FOR RICE IN THE MAILBOX!” 😂😂😂

    Bri-Bri 92Bri-Bri 923 dögum síðan
  • This case is interesting, but the interspersion of unnecessary commentary is a real pain in the proverbial. #notsorry.

    TinaSparklesTinaSparkles3 dögum síðan
  • As a Christian, I can say: "A lotta Church." Seriously, though. It is quite believable that if her parents were very legalistic and she had no way out, she might have had one day where she was like "You know? I'm done." and left.

    Hey KayeHey Kaye3 dögum síðan
  • Wait what didnt you say that shes the only cynthia in that building?

    Lemy Mecha GamingLemy Mecha Gaming3 dögum síðan
  • 15:30 Can you imagine having Shane as a pastor?

    Drew CastronovoDrew Castronovo3 dögum síðan
  • I only watch buzzfeed unsolved if these two are incharged.

    Rina SabuRina Sabu3 dögum síðan
  • -loved it-

    Avil GeorgescuAvil Georgescu3 dögum síðan
  • Plot twist: it was D.B Cooper! That rascal.

    THE V I L L ETHE V I L L E3 dögum síðan
  • Looks like someone has a yandere

    Natia KobaidzeNatia Kobaidze3 dögum síðan
  • Is that a fake fire they have going lol?

    SamSam3 dögum síðan
  • i do think it's likely that she ran away, but still i think that there's still also a somewhat good chance that maybe something horrible did happen to her. they have mentioned this in past episodes, but it was the 1980s, so it would have been relatively easier to get away with a crime. honestly though, what's really chilling about this case imo is that you can't really lean in any certain direction, because they all seem roughly equally likely when you look at all the evidence (albeit mostly circumstantial). i can't really say a whole lot though, since i'm obviously not a detective of any kind.

    Tyler PresleyTyler Presley3 dögum síðan
  • Please can you talk about the case of LaVena Johnson!

    Amalie Midtlivskrisen HolmAmalie Midtlivskrisen Holm3 dögum síðan
  • I'm pretty sure there was an episode of unsolved mysteries about this if anyone can track it down

    VerityVerity3 dögum síðan
  • Speaking as someone who has worked phones in a front desk position, I can attest to the fact that scary/obscene/creepy phone calls are a real phenomenon for women in roles that engage the public. I wouldn't necessarily say that someone was stalking her or even targeting her specifically, because the calls that I received were never directed at me but at the amorphous female figure they were imagining. I would even go so far as to speculate that they're not even necessarily in proximity to the women they harass. For that reason I have difficulty believing that the call is linked to her disappearance. Now that I reread, I see that there were multiple calls, but only one was witnessed. Is it possible that there weren't many calls, but actually just the one? If it's documented that there were many that took place outside the workplace I would be more concerned; however, even if there were multiple but they took place in her workplace, I would still not necessarily believe they are connected. Did she have any history of mental illness or paranoia? This is, again, speaking from (secondhand) personal experience; a good friend of mine I met in an online writing workshop had an unspecified form of psychosis and was specifically set off on an episode by a story written by another participant in our writing workshop. I specify these details because my friend wasn't even on the same coast as the writer, let alone the same state or city, and yet he believed the writer was stalking him and incorporating him into his stories. tl;dr: Essentially, I think two things: the calls weren't necessarily related to her disappearance, and the story could have triggered a mental illness (some manic/psychotic episodes are also characterized by a lack of appetite or disordered eating) that was preluded to by her dreams.

    VerityVerity3 dögum síðan
  • Its odd that an abductor would allow her to take her purse and keys and allow her to lock up the office. You'd think that if you're abducting someone you'd want to do it as fast as possible. Maybe she wasn't abducted from the office, but outside it. At my last office job, I was often the only person there. If I needed to step out briefly, to pick up milk for the staff room, or just to grab a drink or some morning tea, I'd take my purse (with my keys in it), lock up quickly and duck across the road to the shop or next door to the cafe, then get back as quickly as I could. I'd only be gone a couple of minutes and my boss didn't require a note on the door if we were going to be closed less than 10 minutes. Maybe she was stepping out to grab a coffee or something and was abducted then. The book could just be a coincidence - did she read romance novels a lot or was the book outside her usual reading tastes? If it was normal for her to read those type of books, then being open to an abduction scene could just be a coincidence, they're not uncommon, particularly in historical romances. The fact that her savings went untouched and at least one call was witnessed makes me think it's more likely something happened to her than she just up and left her life. Her life seemed to be going well for the most part - a job, about to start college, a new man in her life. The comments her father made about her spending more time on her appearance are probably related to her having a new boyfriend. Most women put in that extra bit of effort in a new relationship - they want to look their best and they're not at the point where they're comfortable with letting that new person see them with no makeup, old clothes etc. i suspect she was being stalked but was mostly unaware of it consciously. I think the nightmares were her mind's way of telling her what she couldn't quite see during the day. Something was off just enough to register, but not enough to put her finger on what was wrong, other than the phone calls.

    VerityVerity3 dögum síðan
  • I had no idea you guys were making more episodes!

    VerityVerity3 dögum síðan
  • me: 40 years ago? that must've been in the 1960s, right? ryan: "In August of 1981--" me: time is a lie

    Eileen ZhangEileen Zhang3 dögum síðan
    • Same. I think 1960s as 40 years ago. Time is a lie.

      VerityVerity3 dögum síðan
  • 3:12 I always knew games workshop was shady but to kidnap people that they though might be good for their brand is just too low.

    Axel TavarezAxel Tavarez3 dögum síðan
  • Okay am I the only one that noticed they’re sitting on boxes instead of the actual chairs 😂

    Sonia MendezSonia Mendez3 dögum síðan
  • I still can’t believe they’re backs aren’t broken from carrying buzzfeed

    W&D PerezW&D Perez4 dögum síðan
  • As someone who lives in Ohio, why are so many disappearances and murders in Ohio??

    Lilly WallingLilly Walling4 dögum síðan
    • Ohio has very few disappearances compared to District of Columbia.

      VerityVerity3 dögum síðan
  • Also, how would a killer know the exact page where the protagonist is kidnapped?

    shubham vashishtshubham vashisht4 dögum síðan
    • and who was reading the book? Cynthia only.

      shubham vashishtshubham vashisht3 dögum síðan
    • By reading the book 😁

      VerityVerity3 dögum síðan
  • Just imagine Cynthia’s grandchild watching this case and Cynthia being like, “oh hey, that’s me...”

    dcoog anmldcoog anml4 dögum síðan
  • I was thinking she maybe ran away but for a different reason. Maybe she was being stalked by someone and was so frightened that she felt the only way to get away from it was to disappear, so that they wouldn’t be able to track her? Idk

    GemmaGemma4 dögum síðan
    • over someone's life, where almost every aspect is controlled by the church, is disturbing. It sounds like she was discovering herself too, that she was strong willed and

      dcoog anmldcoog anml4 dögum síðan
  • a partner to a relative actually, just went out the door one day.-and disappeared, he probably started a new life, no idea. this sounds like one of those cases. at least. I hope so but don't go and leave like that, say something. Hey I HATE YOU BYEEEE, or something-so your relatives know what happened...

    IftheApocolypseComesBeepMeIftheApocolypseComesBeepMe4 dögum síðan
  • jadensmith seks nodiggity browns 8dmusic

    Amit GuptaAmit Gupta4 dögum síðan
  • Idk what to think but I sincerely hope Cynthia is having a great life right now.

    jucupjucup4 dögum síðan
  • I love that they brought the mannequin to be in their outdoor BU set :)

    CantStayAwayCantStayAway4 dögum síðan
  • The activities like the camping trips and outings can be fun because they're outings, not actual church services. But with a father who says she's a "quiet and obedient type of girl who didn't make waves"? And just because she's wearing make-up and has a social life she's somehow "acting like a bit of a debutante"? That had to be a fun house to live in..... ...I'm thinking maybe Cynthia was the one who turned her book to the page about being taken away at knife-point, to leave a clue that her abductor probably wouldn't notice?

    CantStayAwayCantStayAway4 dögum síðan
    • @CantStayAway nothing wrong with teaching a child religion and making sure they grow up morally right

      VerityVerity2 dögum síðan
    • @Verity Not at all. I just believe a person's self-expression shouldn't be suppressed and their need to experience new things, that are in no way unhealthy, should be supported by their parents.

      CantStayAwayCantStayAway2 dögum síðan
    • @CantStayAway Let me guess, your an atheist.

      VerityVerity2 dögum síðan
    • @Verity ...No, her father apparently raised her to suppress self-expression and emotion

      CantStayAwayCantStayAway2 dögum síðan
    • Her father raised her right.

      VerityVerity3 dögum síðan
  • Church

    PinkGlitterMom OfTwoPinkGlitterMom OfTwo4 dögum síðan
  • I don't think she ran away. No matter how much we find our parents annoying, we wouldn't want them to be worried sick that someone kidnapped and murdered us. I don't know, I just don't think she would do that.

    Germs0oGerms0o4 dögum síðan
  • ‘It’s Auntie Anne’s, have some fu*kin respect’ 😂😂

    Niamh HendersonNiamh Henderson4 dögum síðan
  • Speaking from experience... Yes too much church 😅😁

    Blue Dreamer 78Blue Dreamer 784 dögum síðan
  • Her Dad murdered her because Church

    Tanin'iverTanin'iver4 dögum síðan
  • I love how they hint around about cults. Yes, because church members DON'T like to hang out together at all. Geez. End of rant.

    Celeste MorganCeleste Morgan4 dögum síðan
  • Snapped by thanos Anyone?

    Japanese symbol for beginnerJapanese symbol for beginner4 dögum síðan
  • My math teacher has the EXACT SAME NAME. I am thoroughly freaked out.

    DanTrexDanTrex4 dögum síðan
  • my dad is a lawyer....

    Master of BeepMaster of Beep4 dögum síðan
  • when your from toledo ohio 😳

    Kirsten TothKirsten Toth4 dögum síðan
  • How do you search for these stories?

    Dr. Sneha KumarDr. Sneha Kumar4 dögum síðan
    • You can find them on Reddit.

      VerityVerity3 dögum síðan
  • I agree with the guys on this one - that's a lot of church! Sounds more like she was in a cult than a religion. There are plenty of religious people, but that kind of complete control over someone's life, where almost every aspect is controlled by the church, is disturbing. It sounds like she was discovering herself too, that she was strong willed and intelligent, and she probably knew that if she wanted to really escape it she'd have to do it like this and not give them a chance to follow her and drag her back. I think she's out there somewhere, enjoying life.

    C ThomasC Thomas4 dögum síðan
  • My immediate thought when they talked about how the book was open is that reading a depiction of kidnapping and murder may have upset her enough to cause her to flee the office that she felt unsafe in. Maybe she had a plan to leave and that was what set her off.

    Julia CornellJulia Cornell4 dögum síðan
  • i’m literally so glad you guys are back and making more videos

    A JokeA Joke4 dögum síðan
  • This channel is the reason why I don't need netflix

    Nathan WuNathan Wu5 dögum síðan
  • As someone who goes to church, still gotta agree with Shane on this one: that's too much church.

    kolim jonekolim jone5 dögum síðan
    • the book page tooo!!!! it was probably to make it seem like it she was kidnapped??

      kolim jonekolim jone5 dögum síðan
  • She definitely staged it

    ScumBagScumBag5 dögum síðan
  • She left with her boyfriend simple

    Sinan OkidSinan Okid5 dögum síðan
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