A Fox News Channel film crew was on-site at the St. Stephen’s Mission Wednesday afternoon, filming a future segment for Fox Nation.
The streaming program provides entertainment content, historical documentaries, and investigative series from many FOX News personalities.
Christina Spagunolo, a video journalist, and her three-man video and sound crew were in St. Stephen’s Mission to interview Nicole Wagon as part of a series on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.
Wagon’s daughters, Jocelyn Watt and Jade Wagon, were the focus of Spagunolo’s investigation.
Watt and her partner Rudy Perez were murdered in Riverton on January 4, 2019. The ensuing investigation took until 2021 to process and continues today with court hearings for the suspects involved in the murders.
Wagon’s other daughter Jade was found in January 2020. Her death was ruled accidental, but many questions remain about the incident.
Spagunolo works with Fox News investigative anchor Nancy Grace on unsolved crimes and mysterious deaths.
The program will air later this year.
Editor’s Note: A previous version of this article stated Jade was found in March. She was found in January.