Season 3: Episodes 1-10

Unsolved: Worcester

season 3 – episode 1

Where is Vicke Lee Lamberton?

Missing since February 1974

Where is Vicke Lee Lamberton?

It’s been nearly five decades since 24-year-old Vicke Lee Lamberton vanished from Worcester, leaving her husband and a rumored love affair behind.

No one has heard from Vicke since February 1974.

And it took over 35 years for a missing persons report to be filed with the Worcester Police Department.

season 3 – episode 2, Part 1

What Happened to Sabrina Hatheway?

Missing since December 2014

Where is Sabrina Hatheway?

Arguably the missing person case that has received the most attention over the past decade in Worcester is the disappearance of 23-year-old Sabrina Hatheway.

Sabrina was last seen on Dec. 20, 2014, allegedly at the home of her boyfriend, Kevin Crozier, on Dixfield Road in Worcester.

On Jan 1, 2015, the Worcester Fire Department responded to a structure fire at the Dixfield Road home.

Officials ruled the cause of the fire to be arson.

season 3 – episode 3, Part 2

What Happened to Sabrina Hatheway?

Missing since December 2014

Where is Sabrina Hatheway? – Part 2

Sabrina was last heard from on
December 20, 2014. 

In the weeks following, her ex-boyfriend Kevin Crozier, with the help of two friends, tried burning down his grandmother’s home on Dixfield Road in Worcester in a futile attempt to collect insurance money.

Three months later, in March 2015, Crozier and his co-conspirators are in court facing multiple charges, including arson.

But none of the three men can provide — or are willing to provide — an answer on Sabrina’s whereabouts.

season 3 – episode 4

Where did Waldemar Feliciano go?

Missing since November 2005

Where did Waldemar Feliciano go?

On a brisk fall morning in November 2005, Waldemar woke up in bed next
to his girlfriend in his apartment on Eastern Avenue in Worcester.

He got out of bed, put on a pair of jeans, a t-shirt and a baseball hat…and told his girlfriend he had to go make some calls.

He left the room and has never been seen or heard from again.

season 3 – episode 5

What Happened to Marion Kerswell?

Missing since December 1982

It’s around 9 p.m. on Dec. 23, 1982.

58-year-old Marion Kerswell hangs up the phone after a short phone call with her friend.

Marion has Christmas Eve plans with her daughter for some last minute shopping and Christmas dinner preparations the next day.

But after hanging up the phone with her friend, Marion is never heard from again.

More than 40 years later, the same question still lingers: What happened to Marion Kerswell?

season 3 – episode 6

Where did Patricia Santos Go?

Missing since May 2009

It’s been nearly 14 years since 36-year-old Patricia Santos was last seen.

Patricia was a recovering drug addict. She had been clean and sober for two years and employed at a woman’s recovery program in Worcester when she went missing.

She was last seen on May 20, 2009.

Her coworkers reported her missing after she failed to show up for work for two straight days.

On May 23, 2009, Patricia’s ex-boyfriend was arrested after trying to flee from police in Patricia’s 2000 Ford Mustang.

season 3 – episode 7

What happened to Donald Wallace?

Missing since April 1991

In the spring of 1991…37-year-old Donald B. Wallace disappeared.

Donald was diagnosed with schizophrenia as a teenager and had a history of mental illness.

He had two steel rods in his back from an injury he sustained earlier in life.

But that didn’t stop him from walking everywhere.  It was really what Donald was known best for in Worcester.

He was last seen on April 2, 1991 standing at the corner of Park Avenue and May Street by his mother as she was driving by in her car.

More than 30 years later…and we’re still asking the same question: Where did Donald Wallace walk off to?

season 3 – episode 8

William Garlick and John V.J. Joyce Went Missing in Maine

Missing since September 1982

William Garlick and John V.J. Joyce Went Missing in Maine

by Unsolved Worcester

It’s mid-September 1982.

The summer is winding down in Worcester and 27-year-old William Garlick and 33-year-old John V.J. Joyce, Jr. hop into William’s 1980 black Corvette for a quick trip up north to Maine.

But they’re not heading to Vacationland for a late-summer getaway.

The two men are on their way to collect a debt of $22,000, likely running an errand to collect money owed to a Worcester-born drug kingpin.

The day after they leave Worcester, Maine State Police find William’s corvette abandoned outside of a shopping mall in Bangor.

William and John were never seen or heard from again.

season 3 – episode 9

48 Hours After Baby Marlon Went Missing

Missing since November 1998

In early November 1998, five-month-old baby Marlon Santos disappeared.
And for two straight days, Marlon’s foster parents failed to alert the Worcester Police Department that baby Marlon was missing.

It was around 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 7, 1998, that Jose and Yolanda Castillo reported Marlon missing.

The foster parents blamed not being able to find a babysitter for their children and two other foster children as the reason they delayed telling the police.

Nearly 25 years later, the Castillo’s 48-hour hesitancy to call the police may have erased any chance of baby Marlon being found.

season 3 – episode 10

Did Sue Paye Run Away?

Missing since January 2022

In early January 2022, 15-year-old Sue Paye ran away from her Worcester home.

It’s believed Sue packed her belongings and boarded a bus at Union Station heading toward New York City.

The extensive efforts by Sue’s family to find her haven’t been successful and they haven’t seen Sue or heard from her in over 15 months.

In what will be the most recent case we explore over the six seasons of Unsolved: Worcester, Sue Paye’s story will force us to ask a question for the first time this season…does the missing person even want to be found?

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