Nicole Louise Morin was an eight-year-old girl living in an apartment complex in Toronto, Canada. The story of her disappearance remains unknown and was described in R. Khoroshovsky’s book on unsolved crimes, which was published in 2010. Nicole’s disappearance has made the world remember this little girl and the mystery that surrounds her disappearance.
Morin lived in the Etobicoke area, at 627 West Mall. On July 30, 1985, she left her home and has not been seen since. The area was considered safe, and at that time cases of kidnapping were extremely rare, which allowed parents to allow children to play on their own in the street.
At the time of her disappearance, Nicole weighed about 23 kg and was 120 cm tall. The girl had brown eyes and brown hair. She left the house around 11:00 am, saying that she was going to swim with a friend in the pool. However, she never returned. Her friend waited for her in the lobby of the house for 15 minutes, but Nicole never showed up. This case became important and difficult for the Canadian police, and the mystery of the disappearance of the girl remained unsolved.
During the investigation, several theories were proposed:
- Nicole leaving the house of her own free will.
- Nicole’s father’s brother, Ar Morin, became a suspect due to his criminal history.
- Perhaps Nicole lost her memory after leaving the house and now does not realize that she is the missing girl.
- Murder of Nicole Moren.
- Nicole was kidnapped by a pedophile before she got to the lobby where she was supposed to meet her friend.
- Kidnapped by a religious sect, possibly due to marital problems between her parents.
- Kidnapped by a blonde who was seen in the lobby of the building the day Nicole disappeared.
However, despite the best efforts of the investigators, none of these theories have been confirmed. Nicole’s father’s brother, Ar Morin, was cleared of suspicion after the alibi was confirmed. The memory loss hypothesis was considered unlikely, as no evidence was found that Nicole could have experienced a traumatic event capable of causing amnesia.
The most tragic thing about this story is that despite the years that have passed, Nicole’s parents have never been able to find the comfort of knowing what happened to their daughter. They continue to live with this uncertainty, painfully aware that their girl has disappeared without a trace from a safe area, right under their noses.
The disappearance of Nicole Morin remains a hanging case with the Canadian police, calling into question their ability to protect children in their own homes. It has become a symbol of the fact that even in the safest places there is always a risk, and that you can never be too careful when it comes to the safety of children.
The case also raised important questions about how the community and the police respond to missing children, especially when the kidnapping takes place in a quiet and safe area. The Nicole Morin case shows that, despite our best efforts, we still know little about how to prevent such tragedies.
So far, the story of Nicole Morin’s disappearance remains unknown. The hope that one day the truth will be revealed lives on in the hearts of her parents.
To be continued…