Episode 3: Hang Lee - One of St. Paul's Oldest Missing Persons Cases

The Crooked Door

Oct 22 2021 • 44 mins

Hang Lee called out of work the day of her disappearance for a job interview with local 30 year old Mark Steven Wallace, the owner of a small painting / carpentry business, for some supplemental  income, in addition to her waitressing and barista job at Wong Cafe.

Before she left for the job interview, she told her brother, “If I don’t come back, please come looking for me…”

Today we discuss the multiple red flags that Hang Lee, a St. Paul, Minnesota local Hmong woman was forced to ignore all for wanting to be the biggest help to her family she could be, the scumbag who likely took what seemed to be a very bright future away from her, under, presumably, the false auspices of being able to provide employment to her and the "friend" who she didn't trust.


Sources:
https://www.republicaneagle.com/news/public_safety/minnesotas-teen-disappearance-in-1993-gets-new-look-with-arrest/article_549675a7-78e0-5300-929f-2c2e9b46ff1c.html
https://kstp.com/news/missing-minnesotans-hang-lee-mark-steven-wallace/4359611/
https://themissingandthelost.com/missinghl/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=missinghl
https://unidentified.wikia.org/wiki/Hang_Lee
https://www.sarahjwinter.net/2019/10/into-unknown-hang-lee.html
https://charleyproject.org/case/hang-lee
https://dailyplanetdc.com/2020/09/22/uncovering-the-missing-persons-case-of-hang-lee/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0HI7jN8jm8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KN_zt_Yb018

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