Overview of Morgan Nick
Where is Morgan?
That's the question on everyone's mind since her sudden disappearance in 1995. One night, Morgan was at a Little League game with her mom, and some friends asked her to play. Morgan's mom reluctantly said yes, adding in retrospect:
Finally, against my better judgment, I told her that she could go and play, and she threw her arms around my neck and gave me a big hug. We could see them very clearly, and the last time that I turned to look, Morgan was running back and forth playing.”
That was the last time that Morgan would be seen by her loved ones. When Morgan's friends returned back to their families, Morgan was nowhere to be seen. Apparently, a "creepy" man was talking to Morgan out in the field.. and a red pickup truck vanished at the same time as Morgan.
Morgan's mom called 911 immediately and searched all over the grounds as the evening grew into the early morning.
“It’s the worst terror that any parent can ever feel. There’s such a sense of it not being real, somehow. It does not seem possible that your child could be missing, that someone could have taken your child.”
However, there was no trace of Morgan, or the strange man that was just within reach.
After searching for Morgan to no avail, Morgan's mother Colleen wanted to ensure that no one would ever have to experience missing their child. She founded the Morgan Nick foundation to educate people on how to handle a missing child, and renamed the Arkansas Amber Alert in Morgan's name. In 2023, a new, four part docuseries about Morgan's case aired on major streaming platform Hulu.
Decades of bad information...
have landed everyone amidst a vortex of misinformation. Bad tips, failed impersonators, and multiple sightings have clouded this investigation. However, when the case was reopened in the 2000's, a solid lead was produced. Some small DNA evidence, witnesses, and a license plate number brought the FBI to one suspect. New evidence has emerged as recently as February 2023 that links Morgan to the person law enforcement has in mind.
However, this man died in prison in 2000. Do you think the FBI is on the right track?