On June 13th, 2001, elementary school teacher Sharon Eugenia Davis left to go to a school meeting and was never seen again. Although she has never been found, her husband, Ron Davis is considered a person of interest in the case.
Shortly after her disappearance, hit TV show Unsolved Mysteries (having been recently resurrected by Lifetime) made the decision to do a segment on the case. The segment was likely produced in the summer/fall/winter of 2001, and was set to air in the spring of 2002. However, just before it was to air, Ron Davis objected, and Lifetime apparently concurred, and the segment was never shown. Some believe this is due to the show implying Ron's involvement, however this is unconfirmed.
Although Unsolved Mysteries has had a fair share of missing/unaired segments (some including the rumored Springfield Three segment, and the original version of the Thomas Drake case), this is one of few to have definitely been confirmed to have been produced. It has never been shown, not even in the newer Spike TV/Dennis Farnia hosted version (which contained the Thomas Drake segment). Sharon Eugenia Davis has never been found, and her husband Ron remains the prime suspect, although he maintains his innocence.