Missing since Summer of 1968 from Roseau River Reserve, Manitoba, Canada
Classification: Endangered Missing
Circumstances of Disappearance
Littlejohn was last seen on Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation, 90 km south of Winnipeg, in 1968.
She had had begun a romantic relationship with a man earlier that year. The investigation revealed that Christina and the man had been drinking all day on the day of her disappearance. When the couple left the last residence that they had been drinking at, they were seen walking into the woods together.
After Littlejohn disappeared, friends and family assumed she had moved to the United States to get away from what they believed was a volatile situation.
It wasn't until 1976 that a relative from Roseau River contacted the Emerson RCMP and asked that they check into her disappearance.
A two-year investigation was conducted, but no one was charged and her whereabouts couldn't be verified.
Littlejohn was declared legally dead in 1995, but the cause remained unknown and her whereabouts still a mystery.
On December 18th, 2002 a suspect was arrested in Emerson, Manitoba and was charged with Second Degree Murder in the death of Christina Littlejohn in the summer of 1968.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Winnipeg RCMP Cold Case Unit
Agency Case Number: MB10018 76-7013; MB10039 76-701; MB10067 89-10414
Lost Souls of Canada
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