Timeline: July 1, 2002

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Series of events leading up to Lisa's "disappearance"
June 30, 2002

  • Lisa visits with her parents and shares a beer with her dad.[1]
  • She returns home (right next door) for a quick bath[2] then gets dressed, all in black.[3]
  • It's her friend Dallas' 23rd birthday[4] and they'd promised to party together on each other's birthdays (as they had on May 5th for Lisa's 21st birthday).[5]
  • Lisa and Dallas meet up and together go downtown to The Jungle Cabaret[6], at 241 Skinner Street.[7]
  • As they arrive, a group of Lisa's friends are just leaving.[8]
  • A conversation takes place about the bar being slower than expected for a long weekend.[9]
  • Chris Adair (so far unknown to the group) joins in the conversation, talking about a big party.[6]
  • The group of friends leaves.[6] The conversation continues, resulting in Lisa [hesitantly] and Dallas [excitedly] agreeing to go to the party.[8] [see video below]
July 1, 2002

  • Lisa enters the bar alone.[6]
  • Lisa socializes with various friends, for an hour.[10]
  • Adair sends Dallas into the bar repeatedly to check on her.[10]
  • Lisa and Dallas leave the bar[10] in the mint-condition Jaguar XJ-40[11] driven by Adair.[1] to the party at 827 Nanaimo Lakes Road.[7]
  • The 3 get back in the Jaguar[12] and drive (another 7 minutes)[13]
  • Adair offers to buy food for the group, if Lisa will come along to help him.[8]
  • Lisa is seen getting back into the Jaguar with Adair.[14]
  • Dallas stays at the party to await Lisa's return.[15][8]
  • Lisa calls Dallas, upset, "He won't bring me back, I'm getting pissed off."[16]
  • A little later a text message, "Come get me, they won't let me leave."[17]
  • Lisa's cellphone stopped functioning (eg., shut off or destroyed).[18]
  • Her cell provider later reported the phone's last known location was the Departure Bay area.[18]
  • Lisa's mother calls Nanaimo RCMP to report Lisa's disappearance.[19]
  • RCMP refuse to accept the report, advising to call back in 48 hours.[20]
  • After several calls from Lisa's parents, an officer finally attended, to pick up a photo of Lisa.[21]
  • The attending officer then went on 5 scheduled days off.[22]



  1. 1.0 1.1 Jason Proctor, Vancouver Province (Sep 2, 2002), Where is Lisa-Marie? p20020902
  2. Jim Gibson, Calgary Herald (Apr 18, 2004), Lisa Marie Young: Vanished ch20040418
  3. Ha-Shilth-Sa (Nov 20, 2003), Missing Person: Lisa Marie Young hss20031120
  4. Robert Barron, Nanaimo Daily News (July 26, 2003), Divers comb Colliery Dam for Lisa Young ndn20030726
  5. Allison Crowe, Allison Crowe (July 27, 2020), Lisa Marie Young Help Find Lisa Missed by family and loved ones from Nanaimo ac20200727
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Crime Stoppers (May 15, 2009), Lisa Marie Young - re-enactment (video) yt20090515
  7. 7.0 7.1 Jim Gibson, Times Colonist (Apr 4, 2004), The case Nanaimo can't forget tc20040404
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 This information was provided to the author by someone who was present. ✎ Sworn declaration can be provided as needed.
  9. Denise Titian, Ha-Shilth-Sa (May 15, 2012), Family seeks closure 10 years after daughter's disappearance hss20120515
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 This information was obtained first-hand by the author. ✎ Sworn declaration can be provided as needed.
  11. Paul Walton, Nanaimo Daily News (May 29, 2003), When sadness turns to anger ndn20030529
  12. Anonymous, Casefile (July 26, 2016), Case 26: Lisa Marie Young pod20160726
  13. Google Maps Driving Directions (for specified date/time)
  14. Kendall Hanson, CHEK News (June 26, 2017), Joanne Young, the mother of missing Nanaimo woman, passes away cn20170626
  15. Glenna Burns, Kawartha Promoter (July 12, 2018), On a healing journey kp20180712
  16. Andy Neal, CHEK News (Mar 26, 2018), Man dies after being struck by a vehicle in Nanaimo Sunday cn20180326
  17. Verity Stevenson, Toronto Star (Aug 6, 2016), Inquiry brings back memories of Nanaimo woman missing since 2002 ts20160806
  18. 18.0 18.1 Ha-Shilth-Sa (June 13, 2013), Walk to remember Lisa Marie Young hss20130613
  19. Paul Walton, Nanaimo Daily News (July 10, 2002), Police fear local met with foul play ndn20020710
  20. MP Paul Manly, Parliament, Ottawa (Oct 8, 2020), House of Commons Debate #12 - October 8, 2020 (43-2) at 1525 hoc20201008
  21. Allison Crowe, Native Women's Association of Canada (May 1, 2015), Story Telling — Lisa Marie Young nw20150501
  22. Paul Walton, Nanaimo Daily News (July 4, 2002), Parents fear daughter the victim of foul play ndn20020704