My name is Cleo
It’s a scenario too harrowing to believe.
A four-year-old child vanishes without a trace in the middle of the night while on a family holiday in a remote, rugged and dangerous part of the Western Australian coast.
Cleo Smith had been sleeping next to her baby sister, in the same tent as her parents. When they wake in the morning, she’s gone.
What follows is every parent’s worst nightmare. A land, sea and air search which soon turns to fears, she’s been abducted.
For weeks, Ellie Smith and Jake Gliddon live a nightmare, while the public scrutinise their every move.
Until, 18 long, desperate days later, when on November 3, 2021 police barge down the door of a house - just 7 minutes from Cleo’s family home.
Inside a room within in the house, sits a little girl playing with toys.
Police ask “What’s your name?” She responds:
“My name is Cleo”
From the team that brought you Claremont: The Trial, this podcast aims to take you inside the investigation that brought a little girl home.
Join our team of journalists and those on the ground in Carnarvon as we take you inside the search for the four-year-old in “My Name Is Cleo: The 18-day police miracle”
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