Monica Caison has played a large role in the search for missing persons around the Cape Fear Region. Her organization, the Cue Center for Missing Persons, is dedicated to finding missing loved ones around the region.
Caison is now taking her investigative talents to a bigger stage. She is going to be featured on a network program titled Last Seen Alive. The show will air on the Investigation Discovery network.
"It's my first time working with anything major like that so it was definitely a learning experience. I had a few episodes with my temper but they accepted me well," Caison explained.
In the show Caison and other detectives must help families across the country find missing loved ones.
She said there were three cases the investigators were asked to look at for the show.
The local search professional said she will be featured in segments of the show throughout June and July. She said that filming the show was rewarding, but definitely a new challenge for her to face.
"It's a lot of pressure. It's a lot of difficulty because you have people following you around and you know a lot of late nights and a lot of early mornings because you're on someone else's time schedule," the searcher explained.
Caison said that the show was filmed from December until early April. They were asked to work on missing person's cases in multiple states including Florida, Utah, and North Carolina.
Last Seen Alive premiers Sunday, June 1 at 9 p.m. on the Investigation Discovery network.
Monica Caison's organization, the CUE Center, is hosting a rally for missing person's at 1 p.m. on Sunday at the corner of Shipyard Boulevard and Carolina Beach Road. They invite the public to attend.
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