UNSOLVED DISAPPEARANCE: PAULA DEL MUNDO

When an experienced traveler disappears from one of the busiest airports in the country, her family is left desperate for answers. A tropical getaway takes a nightmarish turn in this episode of Last Seen Alive.

Sources used to research this episode:

Family Searching For Fil-Am Trans Woman Who Went Missing At Dallas Airport (Klarize Mendenilla / Asian Journal)

Search Continues for Trans Woman Pauline Del Mundo Missing Since Last September (Tammye Nash / Dallas Voice)

Family Desperate for News of Missing Trans Woman, Pauline Del Mundo (Dallas Voice)

Florida Transgender Woman Vanishes During Layover at Dallas Airport (H. Alan Scott / Newsweek)

Mysterious Disappearance of Fil-Am Paula Del Mundo Still Unsolved (Cristina DC Pastor / Philippine Daily Inquirer)

Transgender Tampa Woman Vanishes DuringLayover in Dallas, Family Says (Josh Sidorowicz / WTSP News)

Community United Effort (CUE)

Homicide Rates of Transgender Individuals in the United States: 2010–2014 (Alexis Dinno, ScD, MPH, MEM / American Journal of Public Health)

Texas Leads the Nation in Transgender Murders (Lauren McGaughy / Dallas News)

Man Admits to Shooting Transgender Woman in Hate Crime, Police Say (Karma Allen / ABC News)

Man Arrested in Death of Transgender Woman, 2 Others (Terry Wallace / AP News)

Man Charged with Murdering Transgender Woman and 2 Others in Dallas (Derrick Bryson Taylor / New York Times)

If you know anything about the disappearance or whereabouts of Paula Del Mundo, please contact the Dallas Fort Worth Airport Police at 972-973-3553. 

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