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Former RCMP detective Ray Michalko is investigating the murders of a number of women along Northern BC's 'Highway of Tears.'
Misty Faith Potts is a 38-year-old Canadian woman who disappeared in March 2015, one of the more than 1,200 missing or murdered Indigenous women across the country.
You can't help but shudder at the sinister nickname for British Columbia's provincial Autoroute 16, known as "The Highway of Tears," which is both a trucking passage and the winding graveyard of up to 42 Aboriginal women, assumed to be murdered.
Misty Faith Potts, 38-year-old Nakoda woman who disappeared in March 2015. She has an masters degree in environmental science and taught at Yellowhead College, but took a downward spiral into drugs after her brother died and her marriage unravelled.
VICE embedded with the crew of searchers checking the banks of the river for fresh bodies and with a boat crew who use fish hooks to search the river for bodies that may have sunk to the bottom.