FOUND: May 28th 2023

UPDATE: The body of Madison Scott was positively identified on a property on South Slope Road, east of Vanderhoof, BC. No further details are available. The devastating news of Maddy Scott’s body being discovered has sent shockwaves through the community. After years of searching and hoping for her safe return, the heartbreaking truth has finally come to light. The discovery brings a mixture of sadness, anger, and a profound sense of loss. Maddy’s disappearance had gripped the hearts of people far and wide, with countless vigils and efforts to find her. The news of her body being found marks a somber chapter in the ongoing investigation, and the community mourns the loss of a young life cut short. As the investigation continues, there is a renewed determination to bring justice for Maddy and find those responsible for her untimely death.



entrance to property on South Slope Road

Location of Maddy Scotts Remains

Missing May 28th 2011

Posters distributed by family of Madison Scott

Madison “Maddy” Scott went missing. She was last seen during the early morning of May 28, 2011 at a party at Hogsback Lake about 25 kilometres south of Vanderhoof.

The Scenario

On the evening of May 27, 2011 Maddy Scott had attended the party with her friend Jordi Bolduc at Hogsback Lake about 25 kilometres south of Vanderhoof. After returning from home to pick up some larger tent poles Maddy setup camp and retired for the evening. At about midnight a fight erupted at the party. Her friend Jordi Bolduc asked Maddy if she wished to get a ride back home with her and her boyfriend as Jordi was injured and drunk, Maddy declined, and Bolduc left with her boyfriend. Maddy was already in her sleeping bag and didn’t want to get up.

8:30 am the next morning Bolduc returns to the campsite with her boyfriend to pick up her clothes and sleeping bag. Bolduc found Scott’s tent unzipped with her sleeping bags and stuff moved to the side. She said that she didn’t see Scott and never reported this to anyone.

Maddy was last seen wearing black T-shirt and blue-jean capri pants.

Reenactment of Maddy’s Campsite

Time Line

Went to Hogsback lake with Jordi Bolduc. Gathered some firewood.[2] According to the Facebook event page Garrett’s birthday party at Hogsback Lake starts.[11]20:00, 27 May 201120:30, 27 May 2011
Realizing that she got the wrong sized tent and no tent poles, Scott went back to her house to pick up a larger tent and poles. She talked briefly with Dawn.[2]20:30, 27 May 201121:30, 27 May 2011
Scott arrives back at Hogsback. Sets up tent and settles in for night.[2]21:30, 27 May 201122:00, 27 May 2011
Scott spends the night in her tent while people arrive to the party and the party continues outside.22:00, 27 May 201123:30, 27 May 2011
Scott has text conversation with her mother. According to witnesses, Scott still in tent.23:00, 27 May 201100:30, 28 May 2011
Scott receives incoming call. According to Dawn, the call was from “a young guy who we know.”00:30, 28 May 201100:30, 28 May 2011
Scott still in tent when Bolduc asks Scott to leave with her and Bolduc’s boyfriend. Scott refused to leave with them. Scott stayed in her tent.00:30, 28 May 201101:40, 28 May 2011
Scott still in tent when some people from the party asked if she wanted to leave with them. People left in groups. Scott stayed in her tent.01:40, 28 May 201103:00, 28 May 2011
Scott goes missing.03:00, 28 May 201108:30, 28 May 2011
Bolduc came back to Hogsback to pick up her sleeping bag and clothes, discovered Scott’s tent unzipped and her sleeping bag pushed to the side. Bolduc didn’t see Scott.08:30, 28 May 201108:30, 28 May 2011
The party host reported that he saw Scott’s tent when he went to clean up after the party, as was his custom. He saw that her tent was zipped up but he didn’t check it out as he thought that she was sleeping.10:30, 28 May 201110:30, 28 May 2011
A larger party happens on Saturday night. This party had approximately 150 people in attendance.28 May 201129 May 2011
Scott was reported missing to the RCMP shortly after noon on Sunday.Her parents, understanding her independence but concerned that they hadn’t heard from her in almost two days, went to go check on her and found her collapsed tent and locked pickup truck abandoned.They asked a friend who was camping nearby whether they saw Scott or not and they hadn’t. Dawn called the RCMP soon after arriving at Hogsback and reported the disappearance.12:30 29 May 201112:30 29 May 2011

Link to Madison Scotts Website
Link to Madison Scott Website for more detailed info

How to Help

Helping Out

  • Pass the word around, tell all your friends, put up posters
  • Let the RCMP know of any information no matter how small pertaining to this case.
  • Donations for the Madison Scott Search Fund can be made at any credit union, account # 80234286, or by using the donate button on top right of this site. More information is on the donate page.
  • Prince George: There has been an account set-up at Nechako Bottle Depot, 1922 1st Ave, Prince George, BC V2L 2Y9 – (250) 562-3871, to collect donations to be deposited to the fund that the Integris Credit Union started to assist the Scott family in the search for Madison.
  • Please take any bottles that you are able to donate to the Nechako Bottle Depot for credit to the “FIND MADISON ACCOUNT”. YOU MUST TELL THE CASHIER THE NAME OF THE ACCOUNT PRIOR TO ANY BOTTLES BEING RUNG IN.
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You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers. If you provide information that leads to an arrest, you could be eligible for a cash reward.

Anyone who may have information that might help is asked to contact the Prince George RCMP at 250-561-3300 or anonymously contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.pgcrimestoppers.bc.ca.

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