Related Program: Buried The Buried Lede: Production Notes and Dog Searches By George Hale • Jul 24, 2019 Related Program: Buried ShareTweetEmail View Slideshow 1 of 2 Carey Mae Parker might have been working in the nearby town of Terrell, TX, when she disappeared. Brittany Gryder View Slideshow 2 of 2 Carey Mae Parker might have been working in the nearby town of Terrell, TX, when she disappeared. Brittany Gryder Buried creators George Hale and Jerrod Knight discuss a series of cadaver dog searches that began in January 2019. The Buried Lede is an opportunity to connect with the people behind Buried. Send questions and ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org; we'll answer on future episodes. And keep up with the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can subscribe to Buried for free on NPR One, Apple Podcasts, CastBox and anywhere else you listen to podcasts. Public reprimand of former Hunt County judge -- July 1995 Tags: Carey Mae ParkerLake TawakoniThe Buried LedeShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Buried Episode 15: The Black World By George Hale • Jul 9, 2019 Brittany Gryder In February 1991, a Quinlan police officer arrested Carey Mae Parker on a warrant for traffic offenses. Here's what happened next. Buried Episode 14: The Constable By George Hale • Mar 21, 2019 Brittany Gryder The constable Carey Mae Parker's father says he contacted in 1991 had enemies within local law enforcement and the courts. Buried Episode 13: No Body, No Crime By George Hale • Feb 15, 2019 Brittany Gryder An inmate in a Texas prison can't shake some of the things Carey Mae Parker's ex-boyfriend Cody said while on the run in Oklahoma.