Re-enactment: "Lisa was at various nightclubs"

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The Crime Stoppers re-enactment video erroneously states "Lisa was at various nightclubs".


Watch our video: RCMP vs Crime Stoppers (more info)

In 2003, RCMP spokesman[1] Const. Jack Eubank claimed that Crime Stoppers no longer produced re‑enactment videos[2] — a statement which was later proven to be a blatant lie.[3] This is one of several false or misleading statements made by Eubank and other RCMP members regarding Lisa's disappearance.[4]

Learn more → RCMP said: "Crime Stoppers no longer makes re‑enactments".

Crime Stoppers 2009 re‑enactment video depicting Lisa's disappearance[5] (source)

In 2009 the re-enactment video was finally produced by Nanaimo & District Crime Stoppers with ShawTV[6], based on details provided by Nanaimo RCMP investigators.[3][5] Unfortunately, most of the information presented was wrong.[7]

See all 18 inaccuracies → RCMP misinformed Crime Stoppers for re‑enactment.


"…various nightclubs…" — clip from re‑enactment produced in 2009, based on largely-inaccurate details provided by RCMP. Animated GIF (Source)[5]

At 0m16s in the Crime Stoppers' re‑enactment video, narrator RCMP Cst. Gary O'Brien mistakenly states Lisa was socializing with friends at various nightclubs.

The fact is, The Jungle was the only club Lisa went to that night.[note 1][13] This has never been disputed by anyone, including police, nor was it reported anywhere except for in the re‑enactment.[14]

The re-enactment video was produced based on information provided to Crime Stoppers by Nanaimo RCMP.[3]

See Also


  1. On June 30th 2002, Lisa left her parents' Barons Road apartment[8] around 11pm to return home (next door) take a bath, get dressed, and meet up with her friend Dallas Hulley before heading downtown together[9] in celebration of his 23rd birthday.[10] They arrived outside The Jungle Cabaret (241 Skinner Street) around 11:45pm.[11] At about midnight, Lisa entered the bar alone, where she visited with several friends for about an hour, before leaving with Dallas and Chris Adair in a Jaguar XJ40 shortly before 1:00am on Canada Day.[12] Lisa would not have had time to go to any other clubs.   (Learn more in our video → The Jungle: What actually happened)


  1. Fort McMurray Today (July 10, 2002), Foul play suspected in missing B.C. woman fmt20020710
  2. Paul Walton, Nanaimo Daily News (May 29, 2003), When sadness turns to anger ndn20030529
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Ruth Olgilvie, Ha-Shilth-Sa (Aug 14, 2003), Investigation for missing woman frustrates family hss20030814
  4. "Lisa's List of Fifty"
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Crime Stoppers (May 15, 2009), Lisa Marie Young - re-enactment (video) yt20090515
  6. Nanaimo Daily News (May 6, 2009), Still unsolved ndn20090506
  7. "List of inaccuracies in the Crime Stoppers re‑enactment"
  8. Paul Walton, Nanaimo Daily News (July 4, 2002), Parents fear daughter the victim of foul play ndn20020704
  9. Jim Gibson, Star Phoenix (May 15, 2004), Vanished sp20040515
  10. Nanaimo Daily News (June 26, 2009), Family will hold vigil for missing Nanaimo woman ndn20090626
  11. Jim Gibson, Times Colonist (Apr 4, 2004), The case Nanaimo can't forget tc20040404
  12. Jim Gibson, Calgary Herald (Apr 18, 2004), Lisa Marie Young: Vanished ch20040418
  13. Govt of Canada, RCMP (Jun 26, 2019),"Official Dossier: Lisa Marie Young"ARCHIVE.ORG JUN 2019
  14., "List of all sources"