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ALL THE LOST GIRLS

Founded by LaDonna Humphrey

and Amy Smith, All the Lost Girls offers support for female strangulation

cold cases in the United States. 

We specialize in funding things such as

DNA testing, genetic genealogy, billboards, and other critical resources needed to bring closure to cold cases. 


Additionally, All the Lost Girls provides education resources geared toward protecting victims, preventing violence,

and empowering survivors of domestic abuse, stalking, human trafficking

and sexual assault.

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ABOUT

All the Lost Girls is dedicated to finding justice for female strangulation cold cases in the United States.  

Our work is dedicated to the memory of Melissa Witt. 

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FEATURED CASE

1995 Murder of Melissa Ann Witt


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MELISSA WITT

On December 1, 1994, Melissa Witt vanished from the Bowling World parking lot in Fort Smith, Arkansas.


Six weeks later, on January 13, 1995, two trappers hunting near Turner’s Bend in the Ozark National Forest discovered the body of Melissa Witt. To date, her case remains unsolved.


If you have information about the murder of Melissa Witt, please call 1-800-440-1922.

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UNEVEN GROUND: THE MELISSA WITT STORY

Our first documentary, Uneven Ground The Melissa Witt Story, was picked up by the Amazon Platform. 


Additionally, our film has been selected by the Crown Point International Film Festival and the Paris International Film Festival.

Please direct all distribution questions to the Umbrella Media Group.

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MEET THE ALL THE LOST GIRLS FOUNDERS

LaDonna Humphrey Arkansas
Amy Smith, LaDonna Humphrey, Arkansas, True Crime

LADONNA HUMPHREY

LaDonna Humphrey, an Oklahoma native that moved to Arkansas in the late 80's, is a seasoned journalist with a keen eye for detail and a knack for uncovering the truth.

AMY SMITH

Amy Smith is an Arkansas Native that is a true crime aficionado with a passion for storytelling. Her fascination with the human psyche and the complexities of criminal behavior drives her to explore the darkest corners of the human experience.

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Why All the Lost Girls?

LaDonna Humphrey and Amy Smith founded All the Lost Girls with a very  to very specific goal in mind:  Finding justice for female strangulation cold cases in the United States.  


Our work is dedicated to the memory of Melissa Witt.  

Our diverse team consists of experienced investigative journalists, retired law enforcement, private investigators, forensic specialists, authors, podcasters, experts and certified advocate volunteers.  

Our mission: We offer support for female strangulation cold cases in the United States. We specialize in funding things such as DNA testing, genetic genealogy, billboards, and other critical resources needed to bring closure to cold cases. Additionally, we provide education resources geared toward protecting victims, preventing violence, and empowering survivors of domestic abuse, stalking, human trafficking and sexual assault.

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WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MELISSA WITT CASE?

LaDonna Humphrey, and Oklahoma native that moved to Arkansas in the late 80's, is an award-winning writer, documentarian, investigative journalist, executive director and an advocate for victims of crime. 

In 2015, she founded the investigative group: Who Killed Missy Witt and has worked passionately for almost a decade in her efforts to find answers in Melissa's cold case.


LaDonna Humphrey's passions include advocating for missing adults, crime victims, children in foster care, and for women in recovery. 


LaDonna Humphrey is the co-founder of All the Lost Girls and True Crime Fest NWA, as well as the co-host of the Deep Dark Secrets Podcast and the Extinguished Podcast.

Melissa Witt, LaDonna Humphrey, Arkansas
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