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Story of Evaline Cameron
Nineteen-year old Evaline Cameron was known for getting good grades and for her sparkling sense of humour.
On Oct. 19, 1995 she was found dead on Wabaseemoong First Nation in Ontario. She had gone missing two days earlier after going to a house party.
Cameron had just started work at a local daycare and was trying to get her driver’s license so she could help her mom run errands. She loved children.
The Ontario Provincial Police are treating her case as an unsolved homicide, and it remains open.