Related Program: Buried The Buried Lede: There's So Much More Coming By George Hale • May 24, 2018 Related Program: Buried TweetShareGoogle+Email A view of City Hall on Main Street in Quinlan, TX. Brittany Gryder Introducing The Buried Lede: A conversation with George Hale and Jerrod Knight about how the Buried project is coming together; its successes and hurdles, and where the podcast is headed next. Listen Listening... / 39:29 The Buried Lede: There's So Much More Coming The Buried Lede is an opportunity to connect with the people behind Buried. Send questions and ideas to email@example.com; 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, Google Play Music and anywhere else you listen to podcasts. Stacey reply to Patricia letter -- Nov. 19, 2012 Stacey reply to Patricia letter -- Nov. 28, 2012 Stacey reply to Patricia letter -- Dec. 16, 2012 Stacey reply to Patricia letter -- Jan. 09, 2013 Stacey reply to Patricia letter -- Mar. 09, 2013 Tags: Carey Mae ParkerLake TawakoniThe Buried LedeTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Buried Episode 03: Drama By George Hale • Nov 29, 2017 Brittany Gryder Brandy and Brian remember what they can about their mother, Carey Mae Parker, and how her disappearance shaped their childhoods and the adults they became. Buried Episode 02: Nineteen Years And Counting By George Hale • Oct 30, 2017 Brittany Gryder After two years without help from the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office, Carey Mae Parker’s family launches its own investigation. Buried Episode 01: Incident 940808 By George Hale • Oct 10, 2017 Brittany Gryder The family of a young Texas woman who went missing in 1991 makes a shocking discovery: For 19 years, law enforcement didn't investigate.