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Buried Episode 06: A Visit To Tishomingo, Oklahoma

In his first interview with the detective investigating Carey Mae Parker's disappearance, Cody recounts his version of the party in Hawk Cove. 

In the interview, Cody goes into detail about what happened at a party that he says took place in an area of Lake Tawakoni known as Hawk Cove. Cody was speaking to the detective, Sgt. Jeff Haines from the Hunt Co. Sheriff's Office, in an interrogation room at the Tishomingo Police Dept., in Tishomingo, OK. 

Carey Mae Parker intake photograph, Feb. 21, 1991.
Credit Hunt Co. Sheriff's Office
Carey Mae Parker holds a sign reading "Hunt County Sheriff Dept." in a Feb. 21, 1991 intake photograph.

Cody expands his list of people who were at the party to include someone with the last name Jones. Cody also says someone with the last name Reed was there; he says Reed was possibly dating Carey at the time. 

In prior conversations, Cody had said that Jim, the host of the party, a woman known only as Cactus, his best friend Todd and a guy who was always pulling on his mustache were there. 

Cody adamantly denies involvement in Carey's disappearance and tells the detective that she left the party in a brown Chevy Camaro. 

George Hale is a radio reporter for KETR and the host of its investigative podcast Buried.
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