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What happened to her? What are some other odd disappearances/unsolved mysteries?

Maura Murray (born May 4, 1982) disappeared on the evening of February 9, 2004, after a car crash on Route 112 in Woodsville, New Hampshire, a village in Haverhill. Her whereabouts remain unknown. She was a nursing student completing her junior year at the University of Massachusetts Amherst at the time of her disappearance.

On the afternoon of Monday, February 9, before she left the university campus, she emailed her professors and work supervisor, writing that she was taking a week off due to a family emergency; this claim could not be corroborated by her family. At 7:27 pm, a local woman reported a car accident on a sharp corner of Route 112 adjacent to her home. A passing motorist who also lived nearby stopped at the scene, and asked the woman driving the car if she needed assistance; she declined, claiming to have called roadside assistance. Upon arriving home several minutes later, the motorist reported the accident to emergency services. At 7:46 pm, law enforcement arrived at the scene, but the woman had disappeared.

Police traced the vehicle to Murray, and initially her case was treated as a missing persons case, as investigators believed that she may have wanted to disappear voluntarily. This speculation was based on her travel preparations (about which she had confided nothing to friends or family) and no obvious evidence of foul play. In 2009, Murray's case was given to the New Hampshire cold case division, and authorities are handling it as a "suspicious" missing persons case
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Lars Mittank

He was a German who disappeared on the 8th of July 2014 near Varna Airport in Varna, Bulgaria. Mittank was on vacation in a beach resort town names Golden Sands with a group of his friends.

Two days before his disappearance, Mittank got into an argument with four other men over a disagreement about football. Mittank, being a fan of German football team Werder Bremen was in an argument with four Bayern Munich fans. The argument resulted in Mittank having a ruptured ear drum. After, a doctor advised Lars not to fly and prescribed 500mg of an antibiotic known as Cefuroxime before admitting him to a hospital. Lars’ friends wanted to stay with him but he insisted they fly home without him.

Mittank stayed in Bulgaria without his friends and checked into a cheap hotel. A day after his friends left, Mittank was reported to have odd behaviour which was also captioned on the hotels CCTV cameras. He spent only one night in the hotel but was paranoid and nervous. He texted his mother stating that he was not safe and told her to cancel his credit card and that he was hiding from four men who were supposedly following him and asked him where some pills were.

Mittank was last seen in Varna airport. He was captured by airport security cameras running away. Once outside the airport he was seen climbing a fence, running into a meadow and into the woods. He has not been seen since

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>>22563107
Give me more faggots I love this thread :D
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>>22563107
I'm glad unsolved mysteries is getting a reboot.I always found cases like this more inserting than shows like ghost hunters or other obviously fake over produced crap.
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Asha Degree

She was a 9 year old girl who went missing from Shelby, North Carolina in the early morning hours of Valentines Day of 2000. By all accounts Asha lived in a comfortable home and was a good student. For unknown reasons she packed her bookbag in the middle of the night and began walking up the berm of Highway 18, just north of Shelby. Several passing motorists reported seeing the little girl walking along the highway, but inexplicably only one stopped to try and help her. She was last seen by this motorist running into the woods as he called to her. She was alone.

Asha's backpack was found a year later, 26 miles north of her last known location on Highway 18. The bag was wrapped in plastic. Inside, there was a photo of an unidentified little girl around Asha's age. It has been theorized that Asha may have been communicating with someone she believed to have been the girl in the photo and snuck off to meet her penpal. the FBI has stated that this is likely an abduction.

Recently, pleas have again been made for anyone recognizing the girl in the photo found in Asha's backpack to come forward. Police believe this may be the first step in discovering what happened to Asha, and the girl in the photo may herself be a victim of the same predator.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disappearance_of_Asha_Degree
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>>22564829
that's creepy as hell. why wouldn't the motorist call the police immediately.
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http://charleyproject.org/case/laureen-ann-rahn

Laureen Rahn, a 14-year old girl from Manchester, New Hampshire, was last seen on the evening of April 26, 1980. Two of her friends were over at her home, hanging out. One slept over. Laureen’s mother, Judith, came home that night to find that the apartment building’s hallway was dark. Somebody had unscrewed all the light bulbs.

In the morning, Laureen’s friend woke up, but Laureen didn’t. She wasn’t there, and her friend claimed she had no idea where she went.

Judith found three calls to California on her phone bill that she didn’t make. Two of the calls were made to motels, one of which was a motel often used by a child pornographer known as “Dr. Z.” For several years, Judith received mysterious hang up calls.
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John David "Johnny" Gosch (born November 12, 1969) he was a 12-year-old paperboy in West Des Moines, Iowa, when he disappeared on September 5, 1982 and was presumed kidnapped.

On Sunday, September 5, 1982, in the suburb of West Des Moines, Johnny Gosch left home before dawn to begin his paper route. Though it was customary for Johnny to awaken his father to help with the route, the boy took only the family's dachshund, Gretchen, with him that morning. Other paper carriers for The Des Moines Register would later report having seen Gosch at the paper drop, picking up his newspapers. It was the last sighting of Gosch that can be corroborated by multiple witnesses.

A neighbor named Mike reported that he observed Gosch talking to a stocky man in a blue two-toned Ford Fairlane with Nebraska plates; Mike didn't know what was discussed because he was observing from his bedroom window. As Gosch headed home, Mike noticed another man following Gosch. John and Noreen Gosch, Johnny's parents, began receiving phone calls from customers along their son's route, complaining of undelivered papers. John performed a cursory search of the neighborhood around 6 a.m. He immediately found Johnny's wagon full of newspapers two blocks from their home.

The Gosches immediately contacted the West Des Moines police department, and reported Johnny's disappearance. Noreen, in her public statements and her book Why Johnny Can't Come Home, has been critical of what she perceives as a slow reaction time from authorities, and of the then-current policy that Gosch could not be classified as a missing person until 72 hours had passed.By her estimation, the police did not arrive to take her report for a full 45 minutes. Police came to believe that Gosch was kidnapped, but they were unable to establish a viable motive. They turned up little evidence and arrested no suspects in connection with the case.
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>>22565014
Don’t forget. She has a website, I forget the url, with shit tons of pictures she claims are Johnny that she found on various CP sites and were supposedly sent to her. Also, she claims to have been visited by a young adult Johnny briefly.
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>>22564854
Any number of reasons. The bystander effect, "someone else probably called/will call so i don't need to help". People not wanting to get involved in it, people who might assume she lives nearby. People who think that if they stop they might get arrested or blamed for it all.
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Keep the thread alive, I'll contriboot in the morning
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Police were called to the home of Joan Risch after a neighbor reported seeing a trail of blood leading from the home to the driveway. Risch's young daughter answered the door, saying "Mommy is gone and the kitchen is covered in red paint." Risch's young two year old son was found sleeping soundly in his crib.

There were multiple sightings of Risch walking disoriented along the highway, but she was never located. The last confirmed sighting of Joan Risch was outside her home, running, holding something red with her arms outstretched. She had checked multiple books about murders and disappearances out of the library in the weeks leading up to her own disappearance.

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>>22565065
Yeah apparently almost 20 years later his mother Noreen found a packet of photographs left on the doorstep of her home, the photos were of her son Johnny gagged and tied. According to her and other reports since then multiple photos have been found of her son on online pedophile websites. I've no idea if it actually is Johnny, but whoever it is these pictures are fucking creepy nonetheless
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>>22564829
pic related

It's the photo of the mystery girl from the Asha case.
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>>22565449
Yeah I tend to believe her. The pictures are recognizable unlike some claims people make of one person being the same as someone else or whatever.
It’s fucked up though, poor kids.
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>>22565476
Did they ever find out who she was? That’s crazy that a child could go missing and a pictures could turn up without anyone identifying her.
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>>22563107
She smoked 1 marijuana cigarette.
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>>22565513
No one knows. There was just an update on her case that investigators are now focusing heavily on a Dr Suess book Asha had checked out of the school library and a New Kids on the Block concert shirt- even asking anyone with a similar shirt to contact authorities. It's confusing and I hope they figure out what happened to her.

https://spectrumlocalnews.com/nc/charlotte/news/2018/10/09/authorities-release-possible-new-clues-in-asha-degree-case
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>>22565549
Back then it couldn't be more common to read a dr seuss book and go to a NKIB concert, that tell us nothing.
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An NKOTB concert in 2000? That's really unusual for a 9 year old girl. That's a decade after their decline and about 8 years before they started touring again.

The pictures of the shirt look kind of unique- maybe something that Asha's mom had purchased/handed down/altered/made for her.
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Back to the fucking front page with a Little mood music for old times sake.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gFuGfwIhv14
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what do people think about the national park disappearances?
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>>22565900
They don't miss 411

That's for sure.
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>>22563107
>What happened to her?
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>>22563107
>What happened to her?
I think the entire purpose of declaring missing persons is because they couldn't find out.

The cause of her disappearance could be literally anything. The story is interesting, but it is pointless to speculate without any new information.
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>>22565985
Yeah its just interesting that this case in particular gets tons of attention online, a documentary has been made, theres countless videos, hell theres even a podcast type channel that is completely dedicated to this topic. Its really interesting.


https://youtu.be/NcE34VVdsBQ
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>>22563107
112Dirtbag! That bastard was so disgusting.
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If you wanna have a good time look up unsolved murders and missing people in Minnesota going back to the 40s. Then go every 5.

:)
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>>22566064
That dude was a sick asshole, it turned out that he's just some dude with mental issues and had nothing to do with the case but still man its incredibly fucked up. Like who does that shit.
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>>22565574
You know an awful lot about NKOTB. What were YOU doing on Valentine’s Day 2000? Answer the question!
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>>22566180
My man, is there anyone that doesn’t know a lot about New Kids on the Block? The smooth sounds of Joey McIntyre’s voice playing off of Jordan Knights pitch perfect falsetto is a feat in and of itself. When you add in the playful Run DMC inspired raps from Donnie Wahlburg, the quiet charisma of Jonathan Knight, and the mind bending dance moves of Danny Wood you’ve got yourself a winning combination.

I actually always spend Valentine’s Day serenading my girl with a mashup of our favorite NKOTB songs, usually an earlier slow jam like Please Don’t Go Girl melting into something a little more frisky, like Favorite Girl or Tonight. I always, and I mean absolutely always, finish it off with Baby I Believe in You. If you want to get a chick in the mood, Jordan Knight’s slow burn panty dropper is absolutely the way to go. Since NKOTB reformed in 2009, I’ve been adding the rather kinky new jack swing inspired Grown Man and that awesome ode to rough sex, Twisted, into the mix. This is definitely what I was doing on Valentine’s of 2000 because it’s what I do every year.

But seriously, I am earnest in my fucking adoration of New Kids on the Block and I happen to know that those concert shirts weren’t being produced in 2000 because NKOTB hadn’t toured for 6 years at that point and they weren’t producing nostalgia merch yet- Jordan and Joey were at the high point of their solo careers and Donnie was fully devoted to acting, so they were trying to distance themselves from the NKOTB image at the time. That shirt has to date back to at least the Step by Step era since they had reigned in the marketing by the time Face the Music was released, I’d estimate it dated to about 1992. That’s fairly unique for a girl of Asha’s age to be wearing in 2000, so perhaps the authorities are looking into either a fan club that was still printing old designs in limited quantities or an otherwise very specific point of purchase/receipt.
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>>22566264
I couldn’t fit this all into one comment, but as a fun NKOTB bit of trivia, the band was actually on an episode of Robert Stack’s Unsolved Mysteries after a girl strongly resembling a missing person was noticed in the audience of their Hangin’ Tough tour vhs. Unfortunately, that case didn’t have a happy ending.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=o2lLHSl9s50
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Here's a short one that has had recent developments. On February 13, 2017, friends Abigail Williams, 13, and Liberty German, 14, were dropped off at Monon High Bridge Trail in Delphi, Indiana on a day off from a school. The girls had intended to take a walk on the trail together and cross over the bridge. During their time at the trail, the girls were recording themselves, taking photos, and uploading photo snaps to Snapchat. During the time Liberty was recording with her cellphone as they were on the bridge, she captured a man following closely behind them in the background. The entirety of the audio from the recording has never been released to the public, but shortly after the murders were committed, investigators released a three second audio clip of the alleged perpetrator saying, “Down the hill.”

What happened after the suspect said those words remains unknown. On February 14, Abigail and Liberty were found dead less than a mile away from the bridge. They had been murdered, and the cause of death has never been released. There has been little to no update until today.

The picture is a sketch of the suspect that was recently released, this is believed to be the man that was walking on the bridge in the snapchat one of the girls posted.
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Karlie Gusé

On Friday, October 12, 2018, 16-year-old Karlie Gusé attended a small party with her boyfriend. Karlie and her boyfriend allegedly smoked marijuana, and Karlie had suffered adverse effects from the drug. According to Karlie’s boyfriend, Karlie started to panic. Her boyfriend said, “She got scared of the music, she got scared of me.” Witnesses at the party said that Karlie “was acting really scared and paranoid.” Karlie then called her stepmother to pick her up from the party. When Melissa arrived, she saw Karlie running down the street. Melissa described Karlie as “Really pale, like a ghost. Her pupils were really dilated.”

Karlie admitted to Melissa that she was high. It wasn’t her first time. Earlier during the school year, Karlie had gotten in trouble for showing up to class while high on marijuana. However, once urged to stop by her parents, Karlie’s grades began to improve. According to her boyfriend, Karlie hadn’t smoked “for a while.”

Melissa claims that they arrived home around 9 PM, and that Karlie headed straight to bed after having a plate of dinner. Melissa claimed that she checked up on Karlie and her other children at approximately 5:45 AM, and all children were asleep in their beds. When Melissa checked in on the children again between 7:15 and 7:30 AM, Karlie was gone.

Karlie’s cellphone and other personal belongings were still in her bedroom. After searching the rest of the house first, Melissa and Zachary began to search for Karlie outside the premises of their property. Believing that Karlie had gone out for a walk without letting anyone know, they were hesitant to call the police immediately. However, after failing to locate Karlie during their 2 hour search, the couple gave up. (Cont)
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>>22566748
At about 9:30 AM, the couple reported Karlie as a missing person. Zachary also called Lindsay Fairley, Karlie’s biological mother, and let her know that Karlie was missing. Investigators arrived and began to question neighbors in the area, asking if they had seen a young woman in the area earlier that morning. Witnesses claimed they saw Karlie wandering the area between 7 and 7:30 AM. All witnesses say that Karlie was walking towards Highway 6, which is less than a mile away from the Gusés’ home. Witnesses didn’t comment on her condition, but one witness said that Karlie was “looking up, looking around at the sky.”

Authorities deployed multiple resources such as helicopters, scent dogs, and Search and Rescue teams to throughly scour the surrounding neighborhoods. Interviews with friends and family have been conducted, as well as investigations into Karlie’s digital footprint. Despite law enforcement’s efforts, no leads surfaced. Melissa is allegedly cooperative and active in the investigation, but investigators note that her story hasn’t always been consistent. Melissa has told two versions of her last few hours with Karlie.

Originally, Melissa claimed that she went to check in on the children at 5:45 AM. All of the children were asleep. Melissa went back to sleep, and woke up between 7:15 and 7:30 AM. When she went to check on Karlie, she was gone. Melissa said, “I went back into our bedroom and I said [to Zachary], ‘Honey, she’s not here.’ And he said, ‘What do you mean she’s not here?’ “I said, ‘She’s gone. She’s not in her room. She’s not outside"

In another version of the story, Melissa claimed she stuck by Karlie’s side the entire night due to her condition. Melissa claimed that she slept with Karlie in her bed and woke up at 5:45 AM with Karlie still asleep next to her. Melissa stayed in Karlie’s bed and fell back asleep. When she woke up between 7:15 and 7:30, Karlie was gone.

(Cont) its a long one
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>>22566780
As of now, Melissa says that the latter story is the accurate version. In a recent interview with Dr. Phil, Dr. Phil questioned Melissa about the inconsistencies in her story. Melissa said, “Yeah, that was a false story. Because I wasn’t – it was a lie about checking in on Karlie. Because it was in the beginning, and I didn’t know what to say and – I shouldn’t have even done the interview.”

There is no evidence of foul play in Karlie’s case. There were no signs of forced entry. The front door was found slightly ajar, indicating that Karlie left on her own accord. The night Karlie came home from the party, Melissa made an audio recording of Karlie so that she could listen to it later and use it as a teaching moment about substance abuse. Though the audio recording has not been made available to the public, Dr. Phil confirmed that on the recording, Karlie is heard asking her stepmother to call 911 if something bad was to happen to her. Karlie expressed being scared and unwell. One article transcribes some of what can be heard on the eight minute audio:

Karlie: “I really messed up today.”

Melissa: “We all do things in life that we regret, drugs especially.”

Karlie: “I love you.”

(Melissa gives Karlie a salad) Karlie: “This the devil’s lettuce!”

(Melissa urges Karlie to go to sleep) Karlie: “No, I don’t want to go to sleep. You’re going to kill me.”

Melissa: “Why would I kill you? That’s preposterous.”

Karlie (sobbing): “I’m just thinking all this demonic stuff. I can’t help it.”

Karlie has never been seen or heard from since.
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>>22566794
Little slut hot tho

Too bad she's dead
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>>22566264

Behold, faggotry in its most concentrated form.

Amazing.
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>>22566910
What could be faggish about loving NKOTB, man? You have the heart of a cynic.

Listen to Dirty Dawg just one time and tell me that shit don’t slap
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>>22566939
Thanks for killing the thread, anus.
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>>22563107
Why the fuck can't we just make a fuckin origination like the fbi or some shit and track down these people? It can't be fucking impossible.
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>be drunk girl alone
>get car stuck
>"disappear"
Gee whiz what possible explanation for this phenomenon could there be
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https://youtu.be/bzFwySdc6qQ
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>>22568460
The FBI is involved in certain cases and sometimes can't find anything themselves, so i'm not sure what an entire organization dedicated to this can do that the FBI can't. Take the Amy Lynn Bradley case for example, the FBI was heavily involved but they didn't come up with much.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzOIjyc0D48
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not really interesting when it's completely obvious it was a kidnapping
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>>22563221
And they say Americans are stupid. First of all it's highly unlikely that he and the others got into an argument about football. It was fucking soccer, and you know it. Arguing about soccer is almost like arguing about tampon brands or some other un-manly shit.

Secondly, when you choose to go vacation in third world shit-holes, bad things can, and do happen. Why would you ever visit a country that's mostly known for male on male sodomy? Oh wait, he was a soccer fan, so maybe that's why.
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>>22564798
Unsolved Mysteries got into the supernatural on occasion from what I remember. You're right though, stuff like this is a lot more interesting, plus it's possible to get a satisfactory answer
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Kelly Bergh Dove

On June 18, 1982, Kelly was working the night shift at the Imperial gas station on South Main Street, Route 11, in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Kelly's three sisters also worked there, and she had traded shifts with one of them that night. At 11:00 PM, Kelly’s mother, Rachel, called the gas station to check on her daughter. However, Kelly was busy at the moment and made a note to call her mother back, which she eventually did. According to Rachel, nothing was out of the ordinary. It would only be hours later when a quiet night would take a sudden turn. Nobody knew that this would be the last time that they would see their sister, daughter, mother, and friend.

At 2:27 AM, Kelly notified the Harrisonburg Police Department of an incident where she had been harassed by a male customer who Kelly described as “improperly dressed.” It’s unclear what she meant by this, but Rachel said that she believes it’s likely the customer exposed himself to her, but Kelly was uncomfortable saying so over the phone. Two minutes later, Kelly then called a second time, this time requesting that an officer to be sent to the station because the customer had phoned the gas station from outside the station’s property, making obscene remarks. For the thrid and last time at 2:31, Kelly fearfully pleaded for someone to come and help her, and that she had received yet another phone call from the customer lurking around the gas station in a silver or gray vehicle, possibly a Ford.

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>>22569650
Finally, but only two minutes too late according to the police, authorities arrived to the gas station at 2:33 to find that Kelly had disappeared. All that was left were Kelly's belongings; her purse, and a magazine she had been reading, both of which had been left undisturbed. There were no signs of a struggle, no indications that the store had been robbed, and no idea as to where Kelly was. The crime scene was also handled very poorly, as investigators never secured the crime scene by closing the store, took fingerprints, or searched for any other possible evidence.

Authorities speculated that it would have only taken seconds for Kelly's abductor to lure her out of the store and into his vehicle, her family noting that the abductor was likely to have been armed to accomplish this, believing that Kelly would have put up a fight if she could. A local convenience store worker claimed that a caucasian male between 20 to 25 years of age, with blond, shoulder length hair, was driving a gray car and had stopped at the store about a half hour before her disappearance. However, no connection between this man and the offender was ever found or confirmed.

Kelly's three sisters said that obscene phone calls and gestures were common when they worked alone during the night, and that it has happened on several occasions. However, after Kelly's disappearance, the phone calls momentarily stopped, up until they received one 6 weeks later. It isn't known if harrassers stopped calling the store after hearing news of the disappearance as to not draw unwanted attention to themselves, or if one individual was responsible for making such phone calls the entire time.

There had been several other suspects authorities questioned, but there was never enough evidence to charge anyone. Kelly was legally declared dead by her family, and 36 years later, her case still remains unsolved.
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Thomas P. Meehan
>Look it up, very interesting

and also Meghan Meehan
>Found her while looking for Thomas info. Not as spook but still weird
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>>22564854
I wouldn't, I just don't give a fuck about kids
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>>22565900
interesting reads, that's about it. undeniable circumstance similarities but who knows what happened
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>>22569650
>police just fuck off for hours while she's having an ordeal

gg boys in blue
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Mary Rachel Trlica (17), Lisa Renee Wilson (14), Julie Ann Moseley (9)

On the morning of December 23, 1974, a little before noon, Rachel Trlica and Renee Wilson, along with Julie Ann Moseley set out to go Christmas shopping. Julie Ann asked to tag along at the last minute because she “didn’t want to spend the day alone”.The older girl told her she would need to get permission to go. Julie Ann ran inside and called her mother, Rayanne Moseley. She would later recall, “"I was working for an electrical contractor, and my husband and I were separated. It was a bitter, bitter time. I remember that Julie called and wanted to go to Seminary South. I said, 'No. You don't have any money. You just stay home.' I knew Renee and her mother, but I really didn't know Rachel. But she kept whining about how she wouldn't have anybody to play with, I finally gave in, but I told her to be home by 6.
The girls first headed to the Army Naval Store in Fort Worth to pick up some layaway items that Renee had waiting.From there, they headed to the Seminary South Shopping Center at 4200 South Freeway in south Fort Worth. Several witnesses have reported seeing the girls in the mall that day. When the girls did not return home, the families became concerned and traveled to the shopping center to search for them. They arrived around 6 p.m. that evening to find the car was parked in the Sears upper-level parking lot. It appeared the girls had made it back to the car that afternoon because the gifts they had purchased were found in the car. The family stayed at the mall all night waiting for the girls to return.


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When the girls did not return, the Fort Worth Police Department was called and the case was quickly handed over to the Youth Division of the Missing Persons Bureau. The girls were presumed to be runaways by the police. As if to prove this point, the next day Tommy Trlica, Rachel's husband, received a letter in the mailbox at their home that appeared to be written by Rachel. It read: "I know I'm going to catch it, but we had to get away. We're going to Houston. See you in about a week. The car is in Sears' upper lot. Love Rachel" Despite receiving the letter, the families did not believe that it was written by Rachel nor that the girls had run away. Rayanne Moseley, Julie Ann's mother, stated, "I know my daughter, and I know those other girls and they are not runaways". Judy Wilson, Renee's mother, is noted to have said: "I could have told you that night that they didn't run away. [Renee] wanted to go to that party. And no nine-year-old is going to run off two days before Christmas. Everybody knows that!". Francis Langston, Rachel's mother, believed the girls had been abducted saying: "A lot of people may think they left with someone they knew, but I'll always think—until the day I die—that the girls were taken".

Not willing to give in, the families continued their search by distributing handbills and missing person fliers throughout the state and contacting newspapers across the country. Eventually, tips began to come in and witnesses began to come forward.
In early 1975, one young man claiming to be an acquaintance of Rachel's stepped forward and said that he saw them in the record department of a store inside the mall just before they disappeared. Apparently he and Rachel saw each other and spoke briefly. The man claimed that another person appeared to be with the girls.

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By spring of 1975, the families grew frustrated with the Police investigation and decided to hire a private detective named Jon Swaim. In August 1975, Swaim discovered that a 28-year-old man was making a string of obscene phone calls in the area. This man had worked for a store in south Fort Worth where Rachel had applied for a job just before Christmas. It was discovered that he was using his position to obtain information from young women who had either applied for a job at his store or who were listed as references. Six women who had applied at this store had been receiving obscene phone calls. He also once lived in the neighborhood of Rachel's parents but moved away shortly before she married and moved away. In the end, nothing ever came of this suspect.

In April 1975, Swaim went to Port Lavaca with 100 volunteers to search under bridges in the area after receiving a tip that the girls had been killed and taken there. However, no trace of the girls was found.
In 1979, Jon Swaim died following a drug overdose; his death was subsequently ruled to be suicide. Upon his death, he ordered that all of his files on the case be destroyed.
In January 2001, the case was reopened and assigned to a homicide detective, Tom Boetcher. He believes the girls left the mall with someone they trusted. He stated, "We can say that they were at one point seen with one individual, but we believe there was more than one involved".

Over the years, searchers have continued to comb through Texas brush and have explored hundreds of back roads. The families have walked creek beds and country roads only to come up with nothing. Decades after the girls disappeared, there have been no reports of new developments in the case and it remains unsolved.
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>>22563107
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>>22569654
>All that was left were Kelly's belongings; her purse, and a magazine she had been reading, both of which had been left undisturbed
What's odd about this one, if you can believe what is written, is that she left all her shit and that there didn't seem to be signs of a struggle. She called the cops 3 times and was scared from what they have to say about the calls. Seems strange to me that she could have been "lured" out or have gone willingly. She wanted the cops to come, if it was the same guy she was afraid of, why would she just follow him out? Unless he had a gun or something, then I guess she had no choice.

There's an article that says she had a kid and a husband, and that once she went missing her husband gave up the kid. Seems a little suspicious, I wonder how things were between her and her husband. If he wanted to be rid of her and the kid, this was a good opportunity. Doesn't really say if they investigated the husband, or why he gave the kid up. It would've been 5 or 6 by the time the Kelly disappeared, not like it was a newborn or anything. I'd bet money on this husband setting it up. He knocked up a teenager, had to marry her, and then realized it sucked to live like that. So he hired someone to get rid of her, dumped his daughter off and started a new life.
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Thanks for making this thread, never sure where to post about true crime on 4chan. Maura probably died in the woods of exposure, it happens all the time and much weirder circumstances. The American Dyatlov Pass incident is more intriguing, what exactly happened to those guys?

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disappearance_of_Gary_Mathias
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>>22570107
Yeah I'm going to assume he had a gun or some sort of weapon, according to Kelly's mother she wouldn't go without a fight.

After reading what you said about the husband i found its true, which is really interesting. The kid is still in the family so theres that, but the fact that the father gave up the child is odd. I mean i figure he had trauma after that happened but wouldnt an event like that make you closer with your family?

"After Kelly’s disappearance, Tami’s father Dale gave full legal custody of Tami to her grandparents, Fred and Rachel, who had offered to raise her. Tami was five years old when her mother went missing. She now has two sons of her own. Elaine told Dateline that Tami prefers not to speak about her mother, but other members of Kelly’s family won’t stop their search."
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Here's one i'm sure most of you know about, 6 year old Dennis Martin, June 14th, 1969.

On June 14th, 1969 Dennis Lloyd Martin and his 9 year old brother Douglas plus his father Bill and grandfather Clyde and some family friends with two young boys, went camping for the father's day weekend in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Martin family had set out from the Cades Cove Campground, they continued on for several more miles in the warm summer weather. They moved along Leadbetter Ridge above the Left side of Anthony Creek and made their final walk of the day to Russell Field, a grassy clearing in the forest with panoramic views across the Smokies. There the Martins camped the night, and headed on June 14 for the 90-minute walk east to Spence Field.

Late in the afternoon, the boys were playing a game of "hide and seek" in a grassy area of Spence Field and were planning to sneak up and scare the adults. Douglas and the other two boys went south and then west, Dennis went northwest, towards the Appalachian Trail, and disappeared into the forest. Literally a few minutes later, the boys jumped out of the woods but Dennis was nowhere to be seen. Between three and five minutes had passed without anyone spotting or hearing Dennis. At that point his father, Bill Martin, began calling out to Dennis. Bill then followed the Appalachian Trail west for about a mile before heading back and he headed west again, this time all the way back to Russell Field, only to return, alone, to Spence Field. But no sign at all of Dennis was found. While the boys’ father was making this journey, the grandfather, Clyde, made his way back down Anthony Creek to Cades Cove, a distance of roughly 8.5 miles, and reached the ranger station shortly before 8:30 p.m. to summon help and at this point it began to rain very heavily with a nasty storm.

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Specialist searchers began looking for Dennis in the following days and Green Berets even turned up unexpectedly, but had little or no contact with the core group. The search group increased to around 1,400 people and 1,110 helicopter sorties were flown. Several more inches of rain washed clues away in addition to the hordes of people and the weather made roads too muddy to travel by vehicle. Helicopters began transporting search crews from Cades Cove to the mountain top, but fog frequently kept them grounded. Despite all this manpower and two weeks of official searching (and unofficial searching until September) nothing was ever found. Not a trace! This is where the case seems to get a little strange and the conspiracies start to form. David Paulides, an author and researcher, was interview another author, Dwight McCarter, about the case. McCarter claimed that the special forces units that were included in the search for Dennis hardly talked to anyone, working on their own almost as if they had their own agenda. They were also heavily armed almost expecting something was going to happen. To add to this weird behavior, the lead FbI investigator on the case committed suicide not much later, with no clear motive as to why he did it.

Some time later, the Key family was in an area of the park named Cades Cove and were unaware that the young boy had gone missing, while they were there the family reported hearing an "enormous sickening scream" in the woods around 3 miles from the spot where Dennis had vanished, one of the sons noticed something that he thought was a bear in the trees and the father determined that it looked like an "unkempt man" at the edge of the woods and it looked like he was moving in between the trees to avoid being seen.

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The family learned the following day that Dennis had gone missing and thought maybe what they had seen was somehow related to his disappearance, so they reported it to the FBI and they said this was impossible and too far away, so they never even informed the Martin family. A shoe print was also found by the West Prong.


The lead park investigators believe that Dennis "Got disoriented, and perished in the wild." But death could have been caused falling or drowning, or animal attack.The family believes he was abducted as there was a road track near the field. An interview was done with Mr.Martin many years later, When Mr. Martin started to talk, the man had tears in his eyes. The disappearance of his son had destroyed this families life. At the time of their biggest need, they turned to the NPS for assistance and direction on finding Dennis. Mr. Martin told me that the NPS, investigators and the press had lied and withheld information, I explained what I knew, he was surprised. I asked a few deep questions that probably have never been asked. I explained that I knew the "Key" family had seen something on a hillside in a reasonable time frame after Dennis disappeared and wanted to know if there was something else about this that wasn't released. Mr. Martin stated that the FBI and NPS never wanted this information released to him or the public. They also never wanted the public to know that whatever was seen on that hillside, was carrying something on its shoulder. I believe that the direct impression he wanted to leave was that Dennis could've been on that shoulder. The NPS and FBI told Mr. Martin that the time frames for this observation didn't work, that was a LIE. Dwight McCarter (the tracker for the park service at the time) and Mr. Martin quickly walked from Spence Field to the point of the "Key" observation in a time frame that would've made the sighting possible.

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Imagine at the time of your greatest need, when you were absolutely at your lowest point in life, the one time when you needed the governmental agencies there to assist, find and comfort and they do exactly the opposite. You've just lost your most important possession and now the people you've always looked to as honorable turn out to be something quite different.

The last question I ask any witness before I leave, "Is there something about this incident that isn't known by the public and is something I should understand?" Mr. Martin stated that there was. He asked if I was aware of the number of disappearances in the mountains near the time Dennis disappeared, I named them. He asked if I knew the FBI agent that was on scene in each of those cases, I named him. He asked if I knew what happened to him, I stated I did not. Mr. Martin stated that the agent committed suicide. This was later confirmed. It was apparent that Mr. Martin gave us this information for a specific reason. Little Dennis Martin has never been seen again and his case remains unsolved.
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>>22570121
Thanks for sharing. Bizzare story too.
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>>22569768
More like 8,4,6 amirite
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>>22570429
This is the archetypal case Paulides outlines in his Missing 411 series. Paulidies refuses to say the word "bigfoot" when he writes these books or has public talks about them, but the other books he publishes are about Bigfoot. It's obvious he thinks they're involved.

However, he believes Sasquatch are magical creatures that take children off to never never land. In reality they're cannibals, just like every other primate species on earth.
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>>22570429
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44-kyNWHei4
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>>22569639
There was once an episode about a giant red orb floating in the woods by someone’s house and for the life of me I’ve never been able to find the episode. Anybody know which one I’m talking about?
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>>22566284
this skinny legged fatso is getting caught.
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>>22569604
>le edgy racism
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>>22570815
I felt the same relief but didn't post it. Too many white children turn up missing. Let a noglet vanish for once.
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>>22565449
Poor kid. God I fucking hate pedos.
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>>22569620
>unlikely that he and the others got into an argument about football. It was fucking soccer, and you know it


lol, I hope this was a joke. Because its a good one.
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>>22566814
Wow you're so edgy and cool.
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>>22570849
Wow you’re actually retarded
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>>22570121
There should really be a crime board. There's one for origami so why not crime?
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>>22570917
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>>22570938
13 do 50, anon.
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>>22570948
He says the sheriff is a nearer.
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>>22566156
I don't knew They found that bastard. And yes, You are completely right, I can't believe actually someone can do something like that. Very creepy imo.
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>>22565449

Years ago on Noreen's own website, there was someone who claimed some of those pictures where of him and his brothers, you used to play escapist games pretending to be Houdini or whatever.
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>>22570863
Its fucked up man. Child trafficking is fucking terrifying. It happens every single day.
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Do you guys think that most of these disappearances are deaths? I mean it might be obvious but especially in today's changed world with social access every 4 steps away. Very hard to believe these people never tried to make contact if alive.
I might get shit on for this opinion but I think the girls who got abducted by the Ariel dude (Amanda Berry) had some sort of Stockholm Syndrome. How the fuck didn't they alert ANYONE in 10 years? The house was small in a suburban neighborhood in between to other hoses wasn't it?
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>>22571314
Oh definitely, i mean theres obviously no way to pin point how many of these are deaths but i'd say maybe half, more or less. Sex trafficking as well.

As far as making contact i think it purely depends on the case, i figure when it comes to sex trafficking victims it wouldn't be so easy. Like Amy Lynn Bradley for example. This video below documents her face, she tried to get out of the situation she was in but its easier said than done

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzOIjyc0D48
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>>22571314
The end result of a lot of these disappearances is probably death. Like the other anon said, there’s always the potential of some of them being trafficking victims or long term kidnappings.

I actually think Maura Murray (case in the OP) is a rare instance of intentional disappearance, though. She was facing a lot of personal problems- mild legal troubles and a tumultuous personal life- that would have been motive for wanting to start over, and she had access to a substantial amount of cash just beforehand. Also Joan Risch posted further up pretty heavily points to botched pre Roe v Wade abortion. Not all mysterious disappearances are necessarily the work of evil people.
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>>22570121
That American Dyatlov case is intruiging. I remember that on a website describing this case, there was a comment from someone alleging to be a relative of one of the boys and he or she mentioned something about a town bully possibly involved in foul-play?

Gary Mathias himself is also suspicious given his history of serious mental illness (schizophrenia) and documented erratic behavior. He may not have murdered anyone, but perhaps a psychotic episode ultimately brought the group to disaster.
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>>22571437
I'd like to think this too about Maura, that she's somewhere out there alive. Thats' a hell of a fucking discipline to disappear like that not talking to ANYONE in this day. But still I reckon her face has been blasted on every screen on the U.S so it would be strange no one has come across her/seen her.
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>>22566814
Prick, have some respect
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>>22571540
Yeah as far as Maura's case goes there is a small possibility that she just wanted ti disappear. She was having personal issues such as mild legal problems like you mentioned, relationship issues and other things going on. I feel it would be difficult to disappear with the amount of money she had, if i remember correctly she withdrew $280 that day. Now that's not much if you're trying to get away it definitely wouldn't last long, that is unless she had someone helping her.

Author James Renners had a blog dedicated to the Maura Murray case and there was a message that came in which stated "Have you ever stopped to consider that i don't want to be found?" Now this is most likely a fucked up troll, but we will most likely never know.
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>>22565014
Except the 72 hour thing is a myth...
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>>22570938
I have no problem with true crime on /x/. It’s a slow enough board as is.
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>>2257086
Yeah I will never understand how someone could hurt a child. It’s so evil.
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>>22572131
Well I think it varies depending on circumstances and jurisdiction, but it’s not a myth.
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>>22571753
James Renner is a fucked up troll though. He just accuses people of murder left and right to make a buck. Fuck that guy and his ill informed blogs; he makes up most of his police contacts anyway
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>>22570904
Wasn't even trying to be "edgy and cool" but whatever faggot

>>22571565
Stat mad
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>>22572253
To be honest i don't really know much about the guy, i only know him because of the Maura Murray case so i wouldn't be able to comment on that. That's interesting though, do you have any examples of him doing shit like that? Thats fucked up if true
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>>22569620
this is an awful post, you should feel ashamed for writing this out
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>>22566264
Getting an American Psycho vibe from this post
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very interesting
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>>22571148
that sure would be convenient to get the heat off of actual abusers.
>sounds like bullshit
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>>22566276
what kind of west coast second-gen Asian are you?
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>>22572589
LOL thought the same thing
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>>22566264
Do you like Huey Lewis... and The News?
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Maura got raped by a nigger.
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>>22570121
Having read about this case many times, the odd details about the unused rations and foregoing the use of the heater at the cabin have lead me to think that something blinded the boys. Two of them were located in the woods miles from the cabin, possibly having died before the others made it there. If they were all blinded or their vision severely impaired, they would likely have stayed in a group to prevent each other from getting separated. One of them suffered from hypothermia and another stuck by his side until the end.

The three who made it to the cabin would then likely have broken the window after not hearing anyone inside and then stayed there for the next months, eating what rations they were able to locate with their impaired vision, and being unable to start up the heater without being able to see it well.
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Kenny Veach and the M Cave

Kenny who loved hiking disappeared on Monday, November 10, 2014. He told his family that he was going on “a short, overnight trip” into the Sheep Mountains in Nevada.

One month earlier, he had discovered a very strange cave in the Mojave Desert. He said the cave evoked a strange, possibly supernatural occurrence within him and he wanted to explore it. Kenny wanted to show the world the unusual cave he had discovered, but he did not return home from his trip and he was never seen again.

Before his disappearance, Kenny commented on a YouTube video claiming to have found a cave around Nellis Air Force Base in southern Nevada. Kenny was a brave explorer and he entered every cave he came across, but this particular cave frightened him.

“I am a long distance hiker. One time during one of my hikes out by Nellis Air Force base, I found a hidden cave. The entrance to the cave was shaped like a perfect capital M. I always enter every cave I find, but as I began to enter this particular cave, my whole body began to vibrate. The closer I got to the cave entrance, the worse the vibrating became. Suddenly I became very scarred and high-tailed it out of there. That was once of the strangest things that ever happened to me.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=EfdrY-2sROQ
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>>22566264
>Straight males never liked NKOTB

They were called the New Fags for a reason. Plus goddamn Guns and Rose's were still new and fresh at that point, so there's no reason, there's no fucking reason you should have ever been listening to that shit.

And OMG! I just realized that hair metal was the alternative to the bullshit 13 year old girls and faggots listened to at the time, which is really sad, because hair metal was the blight of the age back then. Pic related. I mean look at that retarded shit.
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>>22564698
:D
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>>22568460
The main reason is probably because you can't even spell 'organization.' I mean being able to would have to be very helpful, and make people take you seriously.
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>>22569683
Based. I'm the same way. I always have to make a point to remember my learned conduct when dealing with kids because they're not mine and I truly don't give a shit about them or what happens to them.
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>>22572261
>makes comment about missing underage girl being hot and dead
>nope I'm not tryna be edgy
Imagine being this much of an incel. Fucking neck yourself at your earliest convenience.
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>>22573675
Not that mysterious. The first comment on the video is from his girlfriend. He was depressed apparently. He left his phone at the mine shaft from that video. Probably nestled himself in a cave and shot himself. Just wanted to die doing what he loved.
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I think the main reason why people are intrigued with this disappearance is because Kenny reported that the cave he found was that the "M- Cave" he found apparently made his body vibrate as he got closer. pic related

But as you said he was depressed and the whole "M-shaped cave" thing could have been an elaborate ploy to ensure he was remembered
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Amy Lynn Bradley (23) 1998

Now with this case, based on the reports its highly likely that she was taken and forced into sex trafficking. There were multiple sightings of her after she disappeared. Here's the story of Amy Lynn Bradley. In the early morning of March 24, 1998, Amy Lynn Bradley was lounging peacefully on the balcony of her cruise ship’s cabin. Her father had woken up between 5:15 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. and noticed her, but decided to let her sleep a little longer. She had been out late the night before, dancing in the ship’s nightclub until the early hours of the morning.

When he came back at 6 a.m. to check on her, she was gone. In half an hour, Amy Lynn Bradley had managed to disappear, never to be heard from again. Four days before Bradley’s disappearance, the family had boarded the Rhapsody of the Seas, a Caribbean cruise bound for The Antilles. The beginning of the cruise was uneventful as the family awaited docking in Curacao. The night before she disappeared, Bradley and her brother, Brad, visited the ship’s nightclub where a live band called Blue Orchid was playing.

According to Brad, he had left Amy at the club with one of the band’s members, known as Yellow, who claimed he had parted ways with her around 1 a.m. If her father’s report of seeing her on the balcony was correct, she was in her cabin for roughly four hours before going missing and disappeared in a very small window of time.

When her family found she was missing, they alerted the onboard authorities and begged them not to dock the ship, fearing it would give their daughter’s potential kidnapper a chance to escape. The crew allegedly refused to not dock the ship and wouldn’t even page Bradley until the ship was at port. Once docked, the ship was thoroughly inspected, though the Bradley family pointed out that many passengers had already left the ship before the search was finished.

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Based on her brother’s account of the evening she disappeared, the Bradley family suspected the crew was involved in her disappearance. Brad claimed that the crew in the nightclub was giving her “special attention,” which led the family to believe one of them had smuggled her away, off the ship and into sexual slavery.

The family’s fears of Amy being smuggled away were not unfounded. Though the initial investigation led nowhere, several tourists and visitors to Curacao have claimed to have seen Amy Lynn Bradley over the years.

In August of 1998, five months after she went missing, two Canadian tourists spotted a woman who matched Amy’s description on a beach. The woman even had the same tattoos as Amy: a Tasmanian Devil with a basketball on her shoulder, a sun on her lower back, a Chinese symbol on her right ankle, and a lizard on her navel.

In 1999, a member of the Navy visited a brothel in Barbados and claimed to have run into Amy, or at least a woman claiming to be her. The sailor claimed that the woman told him her name was Amy Bradley and begged him for help, saying she was not allowed to leave the brothel. Six years later, a woman claimed to have seen Bradley in a department store restroom in Barbados.

To add to the family’s distress, in 2005 the Bradley family received an email containing a photo of a woman who appeared to be Amy, lying on a bed in her underwear. A member of an organization that locates sex trafficking victims on adult websites noticed the photo and thought it could be Amy. A facial recognition expert who now works for the FBI swears it is Amy.

Today, the investigation into Amy Lynn Bradley’s disappearance is ongoing, though no new leads have popped up and her case remains unsolved.

Attached is the picture that was found on the website, do you think it Amy?.. The one on the left is Amy in 1998, right is the photo found on an adult website. Some of the facial features do match.
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>>22573320

That particular comment stuck in my brain because me and my two older brothers used to play a very similar game. I don't think it was bullshit. What I do think is that there are many people willing to make a poor mom suffer just for the lulz, and they would definitely send her pictures like that.
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>>22574526

I think most of the sightings are bullshit, to be honest. The Navy guy, for instance, said the girl told him that "they have my papers so I cant leave." But Amy left her papers in the ship and her parents had them since day one.

Another possibility are girls who are not Amy but are actually in trouble, and they figure claiming they are her might mean a bigger chance to get help.
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>>22575115
Idk at the time of the sighting the people who took her had for about a year and at that point they could had have her convinced that they very well did have her papers so she couldn't escape. A year of her being taken and forced into sex trafficking would be long enough to break her mentally so she'd believe whatever they told her. But with that being said it could have just been some random woman using Amy's name like you mentioned, at that time the case was still fairly fresh so using her name to get attention wouldn't be out of the question. I guess we'll never know.

What do you think happened to her? I personally think she got abducted and was forced into sex trafficking.

Also the picture that was found on an adult website, do you think it was her?
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Yeah theres all kinds of deluded fucks out there who would definitely do something like that for shits and giggles. I always thought the kid tied up in the photos always looks different from the regular photos of Johnny that his mother provided. It could be the angles, maybe he lost weight, theres all kinds of factors. Also in some of the photos the kid looks like he's in distress but in others he looks completely fine. So its hard to tell.
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>>22572276
Yeah, look up his blog on Amy Mijalovic. He's been publicly accusing a teacher who volunteered at a Science Center Amy once visited for years and caused the dude a shitload of harassment. The teacher dude is basically an eccentric old stoner and James Renner started calling him suspicious because the teacher forgot about seeing Amy (who was one of his students) at the Center while he was volunteering . Renner said teacher dude shouldn't be trusted around kids because he's a known drug abuser (weed smoker) and started insinuating the dude was a pedophile. Some of the former students that James Renner "interviewed" about the teacher said Renner misquoted them or made it sound like they were saying negative things when they weren't- a lot of them said that the teacher was "weird" but also said he was a great teacher and was never inappropriate with the students. He was just a spacey dude who liked to go off on tangents about the solar system and shit. Renner would take that and write things like "former students claim the teacher was quite weird and would often stare off into space." Shit like that but for like ten straight years. IIRC that teacher switched districts because of Renner showing up and harassing him over and over.

Renner also tried to publicly accuse Fred Murray of killing Maura in between accusing Fred of helping her escape and accusing Fred of molesting his daughter. He's forever a piece of shit.
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Eugene Wade Martin (13) August 12, 1984

Now Eugene's case is eerily similar to the Johnny Gosch case, they were both paperboys who disappeared while delivering their newpapers and both were also from the Des Moines area.

On Sunday morning, August 12, 1984, 13-year-old Eugene Martin left his home at approximately 5 a.m. to deliver the Des Moines Register newspaper in the Des Moines area. He wore blue jeans, a red shirt and a gray pullover. Eugene normally delivered the papers with his stepbrother, but on this day went alone. The Iowa State Fair was in town, and Eugene wanted to make some extra money.

Witnesses said they saw Martin talking to a clean-cut white male in his 30s sometime between 5 and 5:45 a.m. at Southwest 12th Street and Highview Drive. Some stated the two appeared to be engaged in a friendly “father-son” sort of conversation, and others recalled seeing the teen folding papers and talking to the man sometime between 5:45 and 6:05 a.m.

Between 6:10 and 6:15 a.m., Eugene’s bag was found on the ground outside of Des Moines with 10 folded papers still inside. When customers called to report not receiving their morning newspapers, the manager went out, found the bag and delivered the papers. At approximately 8:40 a.m., the search for Eugene began. Authorities said they were treating the Martin case as a kidnapping and had issued a nationwide bulletin for a man described as between 30 and 40 years old, 5 feet, 9 inches tall, clean shaven and with a medium build.


A poster announcing a $94,000 reward for information about Johnny Gosch or Eugene Martin, including $25,000 offered by the Des Moines Register, did nothing to solve either boys’ case. Federal agents said at the time there might be a “definite connection” to the disappearance of another Des Moines paper carrier, 12-year-old Johnny Gosch, who disappeared two years earlier on September 5, 1982. Neither of the boys have been seen since and their cases remain unsolved.
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>>22575249
Thanks for your indignant blog post outraged internet warrior-kun. Hope to see your thoughts reposted on r/truecrime later so I can upvote them.
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>>22575106
Old /b/ was like that.

There were downright sociopaths on 4chan in the aughts, and for each there was a hundred nihilistic anons who would cheer for the lulz.
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>>22575385
assblasted James Renner detected
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>>22569620
>Arguing about soccer is almost like arguing about tampon brands or some other un-manly shit.

t.someone who has never been to europe
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>>22575389
hey has anyone seen my iPod?
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>>22575249
jfc that is really fucking scummy of him to do that. What an asshole. I'll admit i really didn't know the guy before this case so this is news to me, i figured he was just some guy trying to figure out Maura's disappearance. I also did read something about Fred Murray being involved in her disappearance and i'm pretty sure it was him who wrote it, what an asshole.
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>>22575397
He truly was an hero.
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>>22575400
No he’s latched into a shitload of murders and disappearances. He also tries to claim he investigated and found the “truth” that only he knows to score tv and radio interviews and shit. He’s literally accused a dozen different people of rape and murder on his blogs. Maura Murray just happened to blow up on the internet and he’s been getting attention based on the fact that he has a long running blog on her, but he also has blogs on a bunch of other cases.
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>>22575162

To be honest, I always thought that she fell overboard. It's relatively common, and it's the simplest explanation (Occam's razor).

I think people who claim to have seen her and talked about her tattoos and everything are just talking bullshit. I know there was supposedly other suspicious shit on the ship, like her pictures being deleted or something; but I've never read an official report on that or anything remotely similar.

The picture from the escort website though... that does look like her and does make you wonder.
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>>22563107
taken to a farm basement held there for 6 months before being butchered and buried.
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>>22575460
Yeah that could very well be the case, according to news the sea was searched as well and authorities claimed that as a trained lifeguard, it was unlikely Bradley would have gone overboard without a trace. But i mean its the fucking sea, she despite being a lifeguard she would have gotten tired eventually and drowned.

That picture really does look like her though, the nose, cheeks, lips, eyes are eerily similar.
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>>22573596
But if they were blinded, what blinded them? How did 4+ people all go blind at once on a remote stretch if road deep in the mountains?

The wiki page doesn't do a good job of explaining just how tarded they all were. It seems like at least 3 were just a little stupid while the other two were probably more dumb than the average person. Not trying to be inflammatory, just saying. There's a difference between being a little slow and being a drooling retard.

Why didn't they eat the food? Perhaps they thought it was stealing. I think a lot of people in that situation would hold off eating because they don't want to steal. Retards would probably feel more strongly about this, not realizing the gravity of the situation or not realizing they would be forgiven. But that all depends on how retarded they were. A true retard would much down and not give a fuck. An autistic or something along those lines might just starve instead of doing something they think is wrong.

The only guy that wasn't found was the army vet, who probably had survival training. I bet he left the others and went for help. Since he was better trained, he probably was their best bet. I think he perished out in the woods, they just didn't find his body. The others waited for him to return with help, probably ignoring the food because of whatever reasons they had.

The real question is how they ended up there. From looking at Google maps, Yuba City to Chico is a pretty straightforward drive. To end up way in the mountains takes nearly intentional bad driving. But they were all mentally handicapped in some way, thinking about their final moments and what led to them in a logical manner doesn't really work because they probably weren't acting or thinking logically in the first place.
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>>22569620
Idiot detected.
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>>22565014
Johnny was stolen by a Satanic trafficking ring.
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>>22573343
lol
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>>22574526
>his name was Brad Bradley
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>>22575162
That picture looks a lot like her.
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>>22575215
He does look pretty different but it could be aging and weight loss and being gagged. Idk
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>>22575215
Oh the mom also has a ton of borderline delusional writings on her website about being able to see a birthmark on his shoulder which is just obviously not there
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>>22575487
Did you kill her anon?
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>>22575581
Only one of them wasn’t retarded but he was schizophrenic so who knows
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>>22569620
You are not a very good troll.
You need to be more subtle.
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>>22576024
Yeah theres plenty of reasons why he could look different in pictures, i wonder if the police ever looked into them.

>>22576025
I've heard that before but I've never really looked into it before, i wouldn't doubt it though i mean the woman was so heavily invested in the case it probably started to affect her mental health eventually.
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Bump, cuz I'm not finished reading yet and this is the best thread on here at the moment
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>>22568875
went to go trade in his PSP and got turned into Kebabs
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>>22575393
assblasted weirdo stoner professor detected

See I can accuse you of being random people too.
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>>22576110
For sure. I want to believe her, but some things make me me doubt. I think losing your child and not knowing what happened would be unbearable and she might be coping by thinking she knows what happened and has all this evidence, even though it’s shaky.
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Bump. Gr3at thr3ad. Thanks Anons.
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Deborah Poe (26) February 4, 1990

Poe was working the graveyard shift alone at a Circle K convenience store located near Aloma Ave. and Hall Rd. in Orlando, Florida. At the time Poe was working two full time jobs. Once she was hired by The Sentinel family members as well as her boyfriend Scott Iaggi urged her to quit the Circle K job. But Deborah refused. She was saving her money in an effort to hopefully buy a house and to possibly open her own catering business. A few weeks before her abduction a naked man entered the store and apparently climbed over the counter towards her. She ran around the store a few times and outside towards the gas pumps. She was able to elude him and get back inside and lock him out. Poe's boyfriend Scott Iaggi began staying with her during the graveyard shifts in order to make sure she was safe.

On February 3rd Scott left the Circle K Store at 11 pm. He came by later at 1 am to check on her. She was fine. At 3 am a friend of Deborah's happened to be driving by noticed her standing behind the counter, then at around 4 am a regular customer came in and found no one in the store. Police arrived soon thereafter. LE found her brand new Red Toyota Celica backed into its parking spot. It was locked and inside they found her Purse, Car Keys, and Paycheck inside. A carton of chocolate milk and a cup of coffee was left on top of a stack of house plans on the floor behind the counter. Her Circle K smock was also behind the counter neatly folded. The register was locked and no merchandise appeared to be taken or moved out of place. There was no sign of a struggle. Tracker Dogs tracked her scent to the back of the store and through a wooden fence and to a road where they lost the scent. LE believes she was forcibly taken and was placed into a vehicle. LE used Helicopters equipped with INFRARED and searched within a 5 mile area of the Circle K but found nothing.


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>>22576837
A woman who frequented the store stated she came in the night Poe vanished. She stated she came in between 3:15 and 3:30 am. Instead of Poe being behind the counter she noticed what she described as a White Male (Muscular Build) with Long Stringy Black Hair and a T-Shirt with the band Megadeth on the front, he also had a Skull Ring on his finger and a Cross Ear Ring dangling from his right ear. The customer stated she asked for cigarettes and the man had trouble finding the brand. The customer had to point to the brand. Upon the purchase the guy said "You shouldn't smoke ya'know." He seemed to have calmly operated the register and made change. He apparently drove a Black Van with a Megadeth Mural Airbrushed on the side. Soon after he too vanished. LE was never able to locate him. Police originally didn’t go public with any information about him in fear of scaring him out of Orange County, but after three months with no success in identifying him, they went to the media with a composite sketch.

At around 4 am another customer arrived and found the store empty. As mentioned in the post about the the police arrived to find Deborah’s red Toyota backed up in the parking lot, locked with her purse, car keys, and paycheck inside. The register was locked, and it appeared that no merchandise had been taken or moved out of place. It was as if the store had simply been abandoned.

A search dog hit on two spots on the pavement behind the Circle K. The first was behind the deserted business next door. The second followed her scent out the back of the store, through a space in the tall wood fence into the parking lot of the Shoals apartment complex — and promptly lost it. This led detectives to believe that Deborah had either voluntarily entered, or been dragged into, a waiting vehicle. Deborah has never been seen or heard from since and her case remains unsolved.
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>>22574187
Lmao he only makes comments like that because it envokes a reaction out of actual dumb shits like you. Stop being such a fag
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>>22576013
It definitely does look like her. A lot of the facial features are really similar, the eyes, nose, cheeks, even the smile. For some reason the picture creeps me out. Just the thought of her being abducted and forced into sex trafficking in some foreign country is fucking unsettling. I mean i know it happens everyday, but fuck.
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>>22576315
>I can accuse you

Goddam if this didn’t prove you’re James Renner idk what does
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>>22577456
KEk
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>>22575581
Wasent the body they found in the cabin supposedly had been alive for months with a beard? Maybe I’m remembering incorrectly. Also I’m a little skeptical about their levels of intelligence, yes they were handicapped but obviously had the where with all to drive themselves to a basketball game, like normal functioning people. I wouldn’t expect these people from how it sounds to randomly drive into the mountains, my gut feeling is they were forced out there but I don’t know why or how.

Or maybe they got lost, but why go off into the woods like that? Especially all of them, you would assume not everybody in the entire group would suddenly go crazy, you would assume at least one guy would say “fuck this I’m going back to the car.” But it didn’t play out like that, then there’s the whole Witness aspect which is a weird story itself. Guy sitting in his car all night having a heart attack, then he sees them and they all shut up. His story about that night is spooky. Anyway, I have no fucking idea what happened to these kids
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>>22575581

Did you miss the part where one of them lacked "common sense" so much that he had to be dragged out of bed when his roof was on fire during a housefire, because he thought leaving his bed meant he'd be late for work the next day?
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>>22563107
Bigfoot kidnap her
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>>22566064
Who? What did he do?
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>>22578191
Didn't want to get "fired"...
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Do disappearences also creep you guys out infinitely more than murders? Murders can be pretty upsetting in terms of how much the victim suffered but disappearances leave a really deep errie feeling in me.
Something about tracing their last know whereabouts, and then after that just nothing. Like the Earth just swallowed them whole. And it's all so open ended too. Are they dead? Locked in someone's basement? Living under a different name? Gives me the creeps.
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>>22574187
Lmao you sure are mad

I literally wasn't trying to be edgy in the slightest. You're just mad you disagree. Stay mad, faggot
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>>22579001
Mhm, that unknown aspect definitely gives it a little boost, lets people fill in the gaps with their own ideas of what sick and twisted things happened, and still could be happening, to the missing person.
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>>22566264
Is this pasta?!
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>>22566794
1. mental illness, possibly teen onset schizophrenia (marijuana use at that age can precipitate the onset of schizophrenia in those already inclined to the disease or suffering early signs of it). She may have killed herself and the body just hasn't been found
2. The (evil) stepmother killed her

Either way, I'm pretty sure she's either dead, or wandered a long-ass way and ended up among the throngs of mentally ill, transient homeless--along the West Coast, for example. There are many thousands camped in and around Los Angeles, for example. If this is the case, she'll probably never be tracked down. She'd be virtually unrecognizable by now.
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>>22569654
Why didn't the dummy just lock herself inside the store, and then maybe retreat to the bathroom or similar with the phone (land line phones often had long cords back in the day, precisely because they weren't very portable without them) and keep calling the police from there? Grabbing a possible weapon, like a knife or baseball bat, couldn't have hurt either.

Always, always act like a total paranoid in such situations. Can't hurt. If you're really in danger it could save your life, especially as police are often slow to arrive, even when they know it's a fucking emergency.
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What ever happened to Kyron Horman? That’s a weird one
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>>22569654
Oh and another thing you can do in such a situation is don't ONLY call the police. Call your Dad, call a friend, or a family friend or other relative, tell them to bring firepower and come over quickly. Then call police back and tell them family/friends are en route as well.
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>>22569730
To be fair, police agencies are chronically understaffed, and they have to respond to every call. In our town, the very same niggers who hate the police and rage against them at every opportunity CONSTANTLY call them for help, with everything from a fight with boyfriend/girlfriend/peers/family/the dog/whatever, nogs are always having stupid ass fights, and of course anything else they can think of. Our officers spend hundreds of man-hours every day essentially parenting our ghetto dwellers, being used up by them while real emergencies often receive tardy responses. It's beyond frustrating. It's the same everywhere, too, just substitute for nogs "the local tweakers" "the local inbred trash" or whatever.

Calls from single moms expecting officers to show up and discipline their errant children are notorious, and common.
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>>22579851
This. If the "law" knows it will be out done by a normal civilian, they will show up will an entire army. Instantly. And unfortunately target the ones that came to help...
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>>22569798
Rachel's husband Tommy is the obvious suspect. Police work back then was often so shoddy that who knows if his whereabouts that day were even traced or if he was ever treated as a suspect at all. But real stranger abductions are actually rare. With a woman's murder, ninety-nine times out of a hundred the killer is someone the victim(s) knew, and most often it's a boyfriend, husband or other family member. Depressing but true.
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>>22563107
Reality shift happens all the time
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>>22570107
Back then, it was a common assumption/societal custom that a man couldn't/wouldn't want to/wouldn't be any good at raising a kid by himself. For example, way back in the same time period as this case, my uncle and his slutty wife got divorced because she'd been carrying on with a porn photographer. He literally found her trying to abort a child which he guessed wasn't his with a fucking coat hanger. So they got divorced. Due to the scandalous circs (which were actually reported in the local paper!) he got custody of their daughter (who was definitely his, I should add--she is the spitting image of him). This was UNHEARD OF at the time and only possible because his wife's conduct and mental state, as well as the profession of her boyfriend, were known to the police and had been publicly reported. And also because my uncle had contracted with a respected local foster couple to help him raise his daughter. He literally had to do that to win custody as he had no local family to help. So yeah, males were literally not considered capable of raising a kid on their own, even their own child. Weird but true.

So prevalent was that mentality back then that after several years, the ex-wife having married her porn bf, and his having made himself respectable by becoming a normie portrait photographer, the bitch won custody back. Her new husband promptly began beating and molesting his stepdaughter and my uncle could do nothing. He spent every dime he had for years trying to win custody back, but the kid went all Stockholm Syndrome after a few years and wouldn't even come voluntarily when she was old enough.

It's really a shitty world sometimes.
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>>22570121
There really ought to be a crime board, but since unsolved mysteries kinda fits in with paranormal stuff, this is the best we can do for now. Has anybody petitioned Hiroshimoot for a crime board? Would be cool.
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>>22579768
No, I just really love New Kids on the Block.
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>>22579947
Yes I would love an entire true crime board, I think collectively 4chan users would have a lot of fun stuff to contribute. Would be on 4channel though or 4chan, I can see trying to avoid autistic offensive trolls posts but crime is dark naturally so it might be fair to not have a lot of rules
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>>22578867
So basically 112Dirtbag is the name of a YT channel that had people thinking the guy who was uploading videos to the channel was somehow related to the Maura Murray's case. He uploaded a video on the 8th anniversary of her disappearance named "Happy Anniversary" which was just of him laughing maniacally. Maura Murray crashed on Route 112 and the dirtbag part comes from the fact that her dad had kidnapped by "some dirtbags" in an interview, and like i mentioned above one of the videos was uploaded on the day she disappeared 8 years later, hence the reason people thought 112dirtbag may have been involved. There was another video named "Maura Murray" which showed a ticket of Bretton Woods resort that had a date printed on it that was near the day Maura disappeared. In another video there was an image of a face that some people think resembled the Golf course located at the Bretton Woods resort, basically hinting at the fact that Maura may have been buried there. In the end it was established that the dude was just some nut job who enjoyed the attention he was getting from tormenting the family, he had nothing to do with the case. One of the videos is down below and the video below that is a ScareTheater video breaks down the whole 112dirtbag thing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOnpcoITtRM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPTjR-fp900
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>>22579001
Definitely. I mean they're both tragic but with murders you know what happened, with disappearances you don't know much. Some people are gone in minutes, some in seconds, with little or no trace of them at all. Like you said its like the Earth opened up and swallowed them hole. Whether its in a rural area or an urban setting, the circumstances in which some of these people disappeared is unsettling.
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>>22569768
A bit of an update, from NBC News:

(part one)

‘Missing Trio’ case remains unsolved 44 years after young girls vanish from Texas mall
by BIANCA HILLIER

Life in Fort Worth, Texas, as in many parts of the country, differed in the 1970s from today’s reality.

“My dad was out of the picture and my mother was having to work, so she wasn’t home,” Terry Moseley told Dateline. It was December 23, 1974 and Terry, then 15 years old, was home from school for Christmas break. “I would be more careful now, but back then we were able to stay at home without a parent.”

Terry told Dateline that his younger sisters – Janet, 11, and Julie, 9 – were also home, but he went across the street that morning to see his girlfriend, 14-year-old Renee Wilson.

“Renee and I grew up together because her grandma lived across the street from us,” Terry said. “For me and her, it progressed to being more than just buddies in the neighborhood. I went over early that morning – she had spent the night at her grandma’s – and I gave her a promise ring. She was happy.”

Before Terry left Renee that morning, he says she told him she wanted to go to the store to pick up some jeans she had on layaway.

“She wanted me to go with her,” Terry said. “I backed out at kind of the last minute, because a friend of mine was going to go to the hospital to have an operation, and I told him I would hang out with him. I didn’t really want to renege on that.”

Renee told Terry she was going to go to the store with her married friend Rachel Trlica, a 17-year-old who lived nearby. That’s when Julie, Terry’s youngest sister, saw an opportunity to hang out with the two teenaged girls.
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>>22569768
>>22580034
(part two)

“I know Renee and Rachel didn’t want Julie to go because she was only 9 years old,” Terry said. “But Julie got our mom on the phone and begged and begged to go. And, for some reason, this time she said OK. [Our mom] knew Renee well since I was in a relationship with her.”

Sometime before noon, Rachel drove Renee and Julie to the Army Navy Store. After stopping to get Renee’s jeans, the girls continued on to the Seminary South Shopping Center in south Fort Worth.

Dateline spoke with Rusty Arnold, Rachel’s younger brother, who said the girls were not expected to be home till around 4:00 p.m. for a party.

But 4:00 p.m. came and went. The girls never showed up to the party.

“When they didn’t arrive, people started to get worried,” Rusty said.

Soon, the sun began to set. And when the kids’ parents started arriving home from work that evening and the girls still weren’t home, the worries grew.

Richard Wilson, Renee’s father, told Dateline he and some other members of the neighborhood drove the less than 10-minute trip to the mall to search for the girls that evening. Meanwhile, Julie’s older brother Terry stay at the house.

“I was designated as one of the people who had to stay by the telephone in case someone called while other people searched for the car,” he told Dateline.

The Oldsmobile the girls had driven in to go shopping was found in the mall parking lot. Rusty says there was no sign of a struggle on or around the vehicle, but it did seem as if the girls had made it back to the car after shopping in the mall – a single Christmas present was found in the backseat.

“My mom and I went to every store in the mall as the mall was closing that night,” Rusty told Dateline. But they had no luck. The girls were nowhere to be found.
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>>22569768
>>22580048
(part three)

Rusty told Dateline that the Fort Worth Police Department was notified that evening. The next morning, Rachel’s husband, Tommy Trlica received a handwritten letter. Scrawled on the note was a message the girls’ families immediately saw as suspicious:

“I know I'm going to catch it, but we just had to get away. We're going to Houston. See you in about a week. The car is in Sear's (sic) upper lot.”

While the content of the letter was already unbelievable to the families, a misspelling of Rachel’s own name added further doubt that the letter was actually written by the missing girl. There seemed to be an extra “e” in Rachel’s name and it had been written over to form the “l.”

“It is of my opinion that Rachel did not write that letter,” Rusty said. “But that letter remains the only physical piece of evidence we have in their disappearance.”

“I don’t understand the letter at all,” Terry told Dateline. “The letter seems to me like it almost points to someone who knew them. People say it’s to throw us off the track. Throw us off of what track? There has never been any track. I don’t know if we will ever know what happened.”

Family tells Dateline the girls were listed as runaways by the Fort Worth Police Department for the first year, then were reassigned to the Major Case Unit after a private investigator for the families expressed frustration over the status.

“I don’t think the girls ran away. Renee wanted me to go with her to the mall – I am pretty sure I would have known if we were going to run away,” Terry said. “ And Rachel had this nice car to drive. If you’re going to run away, why would you ditch it in the parking lot?”

Renee’s father Richard, now 79 years old, told Dateline that prank calls became a cruel joke in the years following his daughter’s disappearance.
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>>22569768
>>22580060
(part four)
“It’s been really bad since they disappeared,” Richard said. “We had to get an extra phone in the house because people would be calling and saying it was the girls when it wasn’t them.”

The Fort Worth Police Department did not reply to Dateline’s request for comment by Monday afternoon. Authorities have released few details on the case over the years, leading some family members to grow frustrated. But Julie’s brother Terry says he understands their predicament since it’s an open investigation.

“The current [investigators] – they’re doing what they can do off of old information,” Terry told Dateline. “They’re having to question people who have 44-year-old memories of this.”

“But we are still in the same exact spot that we were 44 years ago,” Terry added. Rachel’s brother Rusty is one of the people who is trying to change that.

“I started working on their disappearance ever since I was old enough to do so – pretty much my whole life,” Rusty told Dateline. He’s one of the administrators of the Missing Ft. Worth Trio Facebook page, which has over 13,600 members.

“We were looking at the statistics of the 13,600 people who are in the Facebook page and there are people from cities and countries all over the world,” Rusty said. “It makes me feel like what we are doing is working and we have to keep talking about it and getting others to talk about it, too.”

Rusty’s efforts to find his missing sister go beyond the screen. In September of 2018, with the help of Texas EquuSearch, Rusty organized a dive team to search Benbrook Lake, a lake near where the girl’s disappeared. Rusty told Dateline he was lead to Benbrook Lake after learning about someone whose car went missing around the same time that the girls disappeared.
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>>22569768
>>22580079
(part five)
If that person had wanted to dispose of a car, the nearest reservoir to do it would be Benbrook Lake,” he said. “We didn’t just find one car – we found three.”

Rusty says five local scientists have analyzed two of the cars. Unfortunately, neither was determined to be tied to the disappearance of the missing trio.

“But the third car – the diver went down there and brought up a piece of it and I was able to identify what kind of car it was before we even brought it out of the lake,” Rusty said. “We are going to bring it out of the lake this spring. All I can say right now is, it is a car of interest.”

Many of the family members of the missing girls have passed away since their disappearance in 1974. Rachel and Rusty’s mother, Fran Langston, is now 80 years old. Rusty says their mother has never let go of the pain.

“My mom puts out three angels on her lawn every year at Christmastime to symbolize the girls,” Rusty told Dateline. “Fort Worth was changed forever on the day the girls went missing.”
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>>22579814
Yeah the marijuana definitely contributed to her disappearance, it either brought out some sort of underlying mental illness that hadn't been diagnosed or whatever she took was laced. Either way it contributed to the whole situation. Some people, especially Karlie's biological mother, think the stepmother was involved because she lied about a few things and there were quite a few inconsistencies in her story.

She was seen walking towards highway 6, so either someone came across her in her dazed state and took her, or she wandered out to the desert, got lost and died from exposure. Look at the area, its nothing but vast desert and mountains. Apparently there are a lot of abandoned mine shafts in that area as well, so she could have just ventured into one and never came back out. Her father reported finding shoe prints somewhere in the mountains while he was searching for Karlie, but i don't think anything ever came of that. But like you said she is most likely dead.
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>>22569768
>>22580089
(part six)

Rusty added that his sister’s disappearance later affected how he parented his own children.

“It has significant emotional ties to the way I was with my own children,” he said. “I was way overprotective of my kids. When they started elementary school, they started with cell phones in their hands. I was going to know where they were.”

Terry, who lost both his little sister Julie and his girlfriend Renee in the disappearance, says he still struggles with the pain.

“I have learned to live with it. But it’s hard not to let it affect me and I try not to let it rule my life,” Terry said. “I try not to let it ruin Christmas, but I am glad when it zips by.”

All three family members with whom Dateline spoke say they don’t know what happened to their loved ones that day at the mall.

“I don’t really know what happened. But if [my daughter] has passed away, she needs to be put to rest,” Richard told Dateline of Renee.

“Closure would be getting the person or persons involved in their disappearance to be put in prison for life, or sentenced to the death penalty,” Rusty said. “And to have their bodies recovered so we can have a proper burial and move on, ourselves, toward a normal life. And when I say ‘a normal life’ -- I don’t even know what that looks like.”

Rachel Trlica would be 61 years old today, Renee Wilson would be 58 years old today, and Julie Moseley would be 53 years old today.
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>>22579843
Yeah that crossed my mind as well, when i initially read the story i was confused as to why she didn't just lock the doors. I used to work graveyard shifts at a gas station and i would lock the doors whenever i wanted, so i was surprised to hear that she didn't do that. Maybe she was just overcome by fear and panic that she didn't even think about doing that? But locking the doors would be the first thing most people would do if they were in that situation, so idk.
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Kyron Richard Horman (7) June 4, 2010

Kyron was born on September 9, 2002. His parents divorced before he was born, in 2004 he went to live to with his father, Kaine Horman. After Kaine was given custody of Kyron his girlfriend, Terri Moulton, moved in with her son, J, to help care for the toddler. His stepmom was an elementary school teacher, when Kyron started kindergarten she became very involved with schooling. She often volunteered at the school and worked closely with his teachers.

On June 4th, 2010, his school held a science fair. He did a project on red eyed tree frogs, which he had been working on with his stepmom. Usually, Terri would walk Kyron to the bus stop every morning but she took him to school that day because the science fair was being held from 8:00am to 10:00am. Before going to school Kyron talked with his father, he told him how excited he was about the science fair. Kaine promised him ice cream after school to celebrate, that was the last time his father ever saw him. Around 8:00am, Terri, Kyron, and Baby K arrived at Skyline Elementary. They went to Kyron's classroom first to drop off his jacket and backpack, they were left at his desk when he disappeared. Next, Terri took [the infamous last photo of him next to his project], she also took a picture of Kyron's deskmate, T, with his project which was also on red eyed tree frogs


She told Kyron's teacher, Ms. Porter, that they were going to look at other exhibits. They stopped by the library to return some books and then walked around the school. Before returning to class Kyron wanted stop by and visit his kindergarten/first grade teacher, Mr. Macbeth. When the first bell rang at 8:45am they took different stairs to the second floor where Kyron's classroom was located. It's a small school so the stairs are very close together, Kyron wanted to take the stairs most students use and Terri took the less traveled stairs because she had Baby K and the diaper bag.

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They had a race, Terri implies this is something they'd do often, Kyron won as usual. When she reached the top of the stairs he was already down the hall on his way to class, so instead of lugging the baby and the diaper down the hall just to turn right back around she called out to Kyron that she was leaving… something she says she'll regret for the rest of her life. He turned back and they waived to each other, the last she saw of him was the back of his head as he trotted off towards his classroom.

At around 3:30 pm Kaine, Terri, and Baby K walk together to wait for Kyron at the bus stop. When the bus arrives Kyron doesn't get off of it, the bus driver tell them he didn't get on the bus. At first Kaine and Terri weren't worried because they just thought since Terri had taken Kyron to school that morning that she'd be picking him up too. The bus driver called the school and talked to the secretary to let her know Kyron wasn't on the bus and his parents were coming to the school get him. The secretary discovered Kyron wasn't in the school, she then saw he was marked absent for the day. She called 911 at 3:46pm.


Around 3:45pm Kaine and Terri arrived at the school. Shortly after calling 911 , the secretary called Desiree Young. Later, she would state the fact that Terri didn't personally call her was the first red flag for her. Terri said she let the secretary make the call because she was busy talking to other school employees trying to find out what in world happened, but she stopped a conversation and answered immediately when she saw Desiree was calling her cell.

That evening MCSO (Multnomah County Sheriff's Office) alerted the FBI of Kyron's disappearance. Over the next week there was a large search effort and MCSO held a couple press conferences about Kyron. But, people began wondering about Kyron's family because they'd refused to talk to the media… all of them.

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Actually, the only words anyone had seen come directly from a member Kyron's family was on Terri's Facebook page where she's recruiting people to hand out flyers. The family's silence became such a concern to people that the FBI issued a statement about it. On June 9th, an FBI spokeswoman stated that the Horman family wasn't doing media interviews because they didn't believe it was in the best interest of finding Kyron. This only caused more suspicion and angry comments by internet users on their decision not to speak. Immediately following Kyron's disappearance people suspected the stepmom because she took him to school that morning (it was originally she had dropped off him outside the school and that she'd went to the bus stop by herself and called 911 from her home phone, which wasn't true) but as the week progressed people began suspecting the entire family due to their silence. This may have played a role in their decision to finally do a press conference.


The search for missing Kyron became the largest and most expensive search effort in Oregon history. All Skyline staff, students, and their parents did interviews with over 50 detectives and FBI agents. Many (anyone who had seen Kyron OR Terri) were called back for 2nd and sometimes 3rd interviews. More than 1,500 volunteer did a grid search around the school.

Now we get to the allegation that solidified Terri's guilt for some people. Rudy Sanchez (their landscaper) and Terri had a "meeting" at a restaurant where she told him she wanted him to kill her husband, Kaine, because he was having an affair, he mentally and physically abused her, and she was afraid he would take her daughter away. This "meeting" happened 5-7 months before Kyron went missing. He also alleged they were having an affair. That he should make the hit look like a mugging and his payment would be the $10,000 Kaine carries on his person at all times.
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>>22570079
>it's another "testosterone-challenged individual reads wikipedia pages in a monotone" episode
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>>22580391
Kaine went with investigators to talk more about Kyron, Terri was told to stay home. Rudy showed up at the Horman residence, wired, with an undercover detective (personally, I think they had an undercover go because of the language barrier and they wanted the recording hold up). It's unknown what was said but it ended with Terri calling the cops. I've heard the undercover cop was supposed to be the hitman and they were demanding their payment for services rendered. I really don't think Terri would have called the cops if she had actually solicited this guy to kill her husband.

Despite the failed sting, detectives informed Kaine that his wife had tried to kill him. They also told him they believed she was involved in Kyron's disappearance. They told him he and his daughter's lives were in imminent danger and that he should take his daughter and leave the home immediately without saying anything to Terri. He did just that. Accompanied by police officers Kaine got Baby K and a few things and left the Horman home while a confused and distraught Terri begged not to leave and take their baby. She later called, texted, and emailed Kaine, she eventually called 911 but was informed nothing could be done. Days later Terri found out why Kaine left when she was slapped with a restraining order.

By late June and early July MSCO figured out that Terri couldn't have done this… unless, she had help. That's when they moved onto the accomplice theory and started looking at Terri's friends. Then a tip came in that a witness had seen a person standing by a white truck on the access road the buses use to get to Skyline

In the end, nothing ever came of this and Kyron's case remains unsolved.
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>>22570631
Where's the bones?
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>>22570631
What is the point of the government covering up for Bigfoot?

>magical creatures
No shit, because that's the only way to explain the utter lack of physical evidence. Wendigos are more plausible than Bigfoot in the age of Google Earth.
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>>22570917
13/50
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>>22574510
>Bradley and her brother, Brad,
Brad Bradley?
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>>22580574
bradsed and bradpilled
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>>22575271
>a nationwide bulletin for a man described as between 30 and 40 years old, 5 feet, 9 inches tall, clean shaven and with a medium build.
Good luck!
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>>22575397
>killing yourself over a wii game
I mean this is still a little comedic.
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>>22576251
These threads are the only reason to come to /x/. Reality will always be funnier, scarier, and just plain more interesting than fiction.
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>>22573675
Probably found a Uranium dump and turned into a ghoul.
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>>22570075
>>22569675
Learn the fucking rules or go back to watching your YouTube playlist from Reddit you brain dead fucks. Everyone here is posting text of missing persons while you retards come through and waste precious space. Fuck off.
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>>22580079
>Letter is signed "Love Rachel"
>Her name is Rachel
>"She misspelled her own name"
????
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>>22581425
Yeah that's why they think she didn't write the letter herself. It was either someone else or they forced her to write the letter. But that shit was so long ago so its unlikely that it will ever be solved
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>>22578191
That's still only 1 of them. Gary was presumably just a schizo and not mentally retarded. The guy driving was capable enough to have a license and a car.

I wonder if Gary manipulated the others in some way, leading to their deaths. He was probably the most mentally competent, although it's unclear how bad his schizophrenia was and how "slow" the others were. And of course, there's the question of whether he was violent or capable of causing their deaths. Not that he killed them, but purposefully or accidentally left them to the situation that killed them.

>>22581473
If that picture in the post i replied to is the real letter, it clearly reads "Rachel" which is how they spell her name... How can they say she misspelled it when the name on the letter is clearly "Rachel"?
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>>22566794
Poor girl. She's definitely either decaying in the woods somewhere, or is a fuck slave in some Arabic shithole. Pretty girls like that end up missing.
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>>22580010
A complete retard this man. The video was absolutelly disgusting and gave me a pretty bad sensation.
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Another case that gives me the creeps is that Elisa Lam's case.
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doe network official here, ask me anything (and since this thread is pretty good for a change, keep the trolling low)
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>>22579768
I don't think it is. That's the scariest part of this thread.
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>>22575581
Weren't they from a group home or some shit?
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>>22575581
Professional tard wrangler here.

You obviously know little about tards. They don't give a fuck about "Stealing". If there was food in that cabin, it would be gone on the first night. All tards do is eat, often to the point of vomiting. They will pick up food off the floor, out of the trash, they will even take it right off other people's plates and even right out of complete stranger's hands. I've seen tards permanently maim people for trying to deny them food and even saw a tard (About 5'10", average build) pick up a full-sized refrigerator full of literally hundreds of pounds of food and throw it in a rage because it was locked an he wanted to get into it.

If there was food in that cabin and they didn't eat it, something was preventing them from doing so.
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Op here, should i post more cases?
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>>22581920

yes pls
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>>22581920
Please do
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>>22579465
The lead masks case has so many strange aspects to it. It makes no sense. Probably aliens
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>>22579814
It is weird how she told her stepmother “you are going to kill me” then disappeared. Very spooky
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>>22579845
He got too close to the truth about red-eyed tree frogs.
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>>22579845
I think his stepmother killed him. She wanted a perfect family with their new baby and no loose ends so she killed her husband’s son from his ex. She was the last person to see him alive and has too many alibis. She claims he was heading into class but obviously he never made it. Also, the fact that she took the red-eyed tree frog picture and posted it to Facebook is obviously her creating the idea that she saw him alive and is a good mother.
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>>22570863
I count my blessings every day knowing that I could have just as easily been snatched as a kid playing outside late at night all the time...
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>>22579937
My heart breaks for that little girl. The family court system is a satanic blight on this earth.
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>>22576849
that screams of a satanic panic fake report by a boomer single mother
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>>22566425
Wtf
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>>22582178
the investigation was closed by the satanic deep state
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I want off this ride /x/. All I wanted to do tonight is shitpost a bit on this board before I go to bed on my birthday. Now I'm to afraid to fucking go to sleep and I'm legit terrified right now (except of that case with the 5 crazy dudes and 4 of them dying and the other disappearing. That one's just baffling but inconsequential). I WANT OFF THIS RIDE!
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>>22582068
Fact
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>>22582219
same
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>>22582219
Hey its my birfday this weekend too! HBDAY!
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Trenny Gibson (16) October 8th, 1976

In 1976, 16-year old Trenny Gibson left Bearden High School in Knoxville on a field trip with nearly 40 students. Believe it or not, the horticulture teacher, Wayne Dunlap, did not inform the students where they were going until after they boarded the school bus and he would be the only adult chaperone on the trip. They traveled over 50 miles to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the bus parked in the lot near Clingmans Dome. The plan was for the students to spend the day hiking 1.8 miles along the Forney Ridge Trail to Andrews Bald mountain. At the start of the hike, the students separated into groups and Trenny walked the trail alongside fellow student Robert Simpson.

The students arrived at Andrews Bald at around 1:30 PM. Trenny and Robert ate lunch together before she asked to borrow Robert’s jacket. They did not hike back together, as Robert claimed they became separated when he went off to track a bear. At around 3:00 PM, Trenny was hiking alongside another group of students a half-mile from the parking lot. The other students stopped for a quick rest, but Trenny wanted to keep going. After Trenny's departure from this group, the students were watching her, and she stopped, bent down and then turned right off the trail. David Eastham came up from behind and when the kids looked back down the trail, Trenny was not there. There were several groups both behind her group and in front of her group. There is no side trail at this point, the terrain is very rocky, ground is rough and overgrown with trees, thick underbrush and briars. A small stream makes the bank slick. The students assumed that she would be at the bus and continued on.


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>>22564829
she was black she deserved it
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The full scale search for Trenny began the following day, October 9, 1976, complete with teams of German Shepherds and Bloodhounds. Ranger Jack Linahan was the coordinator, he closed the road between Clingman's Dome parking area and Newfound Gap to the public. A partially opened can of beer and three cigarette butts would be found near the spot where Trenny stepped off Forney Ridge Trail, but none of the other students admitted to having brought beer on the trip. A number of different search dogs would pick up Trenny’s scent at the spot where Forney Ridge Trail intersected with the Appalachian Trail. The dogs tracked her scent to the base of the Clingmans Dome observation tower and through the woods for over a mile-and-a-half before it arrived at a road.


The scent trail ended at a spot next to the road and eight cigarette butts were discovered nearby which were the same brand as the cigarette butts found in the woods. However, the scent trail caused speculation that Trenny may have abducted, kept hidden at the Clingmans Dome observation tower until the other students left the area, and then lead through the woods to the road by her abductor and driven away from the area inside a vehicle.
Some suspicion was also directed towards Robert Simpson, as multiple witnesses reported seeing Trenny’s comb, which she always carried in the right hip pocket of her jeans, on the dashboard of Robert’s car following her disappearance. It was also difficult to account for Robert’s whereabouts after he became separated from Trenny at Andrews Bald, but it doesn’t sound like investigators ever considered him to be a serious suspect. In spite of multiple searches of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, no trace of Trenny has ever been found and her case remains unsolved.
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>>22569620
I hope to god you're being a troll right now because you make me lose hope in the human species.
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>>22582007
Yeah apparently she was incredibly paranoid and was saying all kinds of weird stuff that night, i think this is due to whatever drug she had taken at that party, she was acting really scared. A lot of people think something is off about the parents, people have speculated that the step mother was involved due to the inconsistencies in her story and just her overall attitude about the whole situation.

But with that being said she could very well just have wandered off in her dazed state and got lost in the desert, she was last seen walking towards highway 6 so either someone came across her and took her or she just ventured off into the desert and got lost. There are a few abandoned mine shafts in that area as well.
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>>22582063
Same man, i used to be out all night with my friends when i was a kid, this could have easily happened to us. I live in one of the cities thats a big city for trafficking and its insane how common these types of cases are. I was hanging with my buddy who's a cop tonight and he was telling me about the amount of missing person cases he sees whenever he logs on to his work pc. Its terrifying.
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Lori Ceci Bova

Lori, her husband Tyrone, and her sister went to dinner at the Red Lobster restaurant on east Fairmont Avenue in Lakewood, New York during the evening hours of June 7, 1997. Lori and Tyrone departed the eatery at approximately 10:30 p.m.

Her husband told authorities that he and Lori had an argument after they returned to their apartment on New York Avenue and, at 2:00 a.m. on June 8, Lori went outside to smoke a cigarette and take a walk. She never returned and has never been seen again. Tyrone notified family members of her disappearance a few hours later, and they searched Lakewood in their cars before calling police.

Several months after Lori's disappearance, a clump of long human hair was found in Chautauqua Lake and authorities searched the water for her remains. No evidence was found and the hair turned out not to be hers. She left her purse, money and identification behind, and since her disappearance, she hasn't withdrawn any money from her bank account. At the time of her disappearance, Lori worked at Kay Jewelers at the local mall.

Tyrone never cooperated with the investigation and is considered a person of interest, but no charges have been filed against him or anyone else. Lori's mother died in 2010 without ever learning her fate, but her father is still alive. Tyrone remarried after her disappearance. In 2018, he, his second wife, and one of their young sons were all killed in a car accident.

Lori case remains unsolved and she's considered missing under suspicious circumstances.
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Her husband was white, just to clear that up, but he was a prime suspect until he died in a freak car accident a little ways back. There's been a lot of people that have gone missing in that area and some people speculate a serial killer is behind it all.
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>>22566425
Dear lord. It's real too.
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Stacy Arras (14) July 25th, 1981

On 25th July 1981, 14 year old, Stacey Arras, from Saratoga, went on a horse riding trip with her father, George, and seven others in the Sunrise Meadows area of Yosemite National Park in California. After riding a few hours, they stopped at some cabins at Sunrise High Sierra Camp, around 3 miles South East of Tenaya Lake and 1.5 miles from Sunrise Lakes. The group decided to freshen up after the ride, having planned to stay the night. Sunrise camp is 9,400 feet above sea level and the last one on the fifty-mile High Sierra Camp Loop.

Stacey cleaned up, showered and changed clothes. An older member of the group, Gerald Stuart was sitting on a boulder about 100 feet away from the cabins. Stacey told her Dad she would go for a walk close to where Gerald was sitting to stretch her legs after the horse ride and to take some pictures of the views. She asked her Dad if he wanted to go with her but he told her he'd pass on this occasion. The last conversation she had with her Dad related to her footwear, where he advised her to change to hiking boots. She was wearing an off-white, pullover windbreaker, white jersey blouse, leggings, grey hiking boots and also had metal braces on her teeth.

Everybody saw her go walking over to the boulder with the man and take some pictures. Subsequently, she told Gerald she was going to take a walk to a nearby lake or body of water. This was either a few hundred yards to flooded (lower) Long Meadow or the longer walk to Sunrise lakes 1.5 miles away (exact destination unclear). Stacey planned to take some more pictures of the lake and he offered to accompany her.

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>>22582501
After a little while down the hill the elderly man felt tired and sat down, the rest of the group watching from up above saw the man sit down. They all watched as Stacey went on a little further towards the lake, go behind some trees and eventually disappear from sight. This was the last time she was ever seen. After a while when Stacey didn't return, Gerald got concerned and returned back towards the cabin area and gathered the group for a search. The horse riding group had no luck, reported her missing and summoned search and rescue. Gerald told park officials that he had spoken to a group of people coming from the direction that Stacey had taken, but they had not seen the girl.

A huge search involving up to 100-150 people (including 67 Mountain Rescue Association (MRA) volunteers representing most of the Region's teams) and sniffer dogs were deployed over 10 days, concentrating on a 3-5 square mile area around Sunrise Lakes . Three helicopters were also used in the search, with the park's own contract chopper in the air for over 40 hours. It seems likely she was abducted given no signs of animal attack or her camera and given the proximity of Stacey's hike to the camp it would be implausible she was lost on her way to the lake.

Despite the efforts of SAR teams, the only thing ever found was the lens cap from Stacey's camera, just inside the tree line from where she walked in to the area by the lake. This is the only trace of Stacy that has ever been found, she hasn't been seen or heard from since and her case remains unsolved.
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>>22582305
Back to stormfront with you faggot
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>>22566264
10/10
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>>22566425
> Silverstone
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>>22581506
The description above was commenting on how the "l" in Rachel was written over what looks like an "e". So originally it read "Rachee" but was corrected which appears to be the case.
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Dorothy Scott (32) May 28th, 1980

Wednesday evening on May 28, 1980 Dorothy Scott dropped Shawn at her parents’ house and headed back to work for an employee meeting. As the meeting began, Dorothy noticed that fellow employee Conrad Bostron looked ill-at-ease. As the meeting went on his condition got worse so Dorothy convinced Conrad to let her take him to the emergency room. Co-worker, Pam Head accompanied them. Once there, doctors told them Bostron’s arm was infected due to a spider bite. As Bostron was treated, Dorothy and Pam held vigil. Deep into the night Dorothy read magazines and exchanged small talk with her coworker. Finally, Conrad emerged from his ordeal. As Pam Head stood in line with Bostron at the pharmacy to get his prescription, Dorothy volunteered to pull the car around front. And so she walked out into the black, the lobby doors closed behind her, and her coworkers waited.

Bostron got his prescription, and he and Pam looked out front, expecting to see Dorothy’s car, it wasn’t there. They stepped outside, and still, there was no sign of her. Their puzzlement grew into impatience, which grew into concern, and then they finally saw Dorothy’s car approach, but it approached at a relatively high speed, a speed...not conducive to stopping. Blinded by its high beams, Pam and Conrad waved their arms, but the car turned a sharp right and raced out of the parking lot. They ran after the car. Its headlights suddenly went out, it left the parking lot and vanished into the night.

Struggling to make sense of why their friend stranded them, they considered that maybe she had gone to get her son. Perhaps she remembered an obligation that, in the excitement of the evening, slipped her mind. But an hour passed. Then two. UCI police were notified, but they saw no cause for alarm. Pam phoned Dorothy’s parents to ask if she’d picked up Shawn, they hadn’t seen her all evening.

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The outlook darkened tenfold when, several hours later, Dorothy Scott’s car was found abandoned some ten miles away in a Santa Ana alleyway, burning. Inside, there was no trace of Dorothy Scott. In the days that followed, UCI police investigated the disappearance. They advised Jacob Scott, Dorothy’s father, to keep a tight lip for now—no newspapers, no television reporters, no media.

That all changed when, a week after the disappearance, the telephone rang at the Scotts’ house. Dorothy’s mother Vera answered.

“Are you related to Dorothy Scott?” a male voice inquired.

“Yes,” Vera replied.

“I’ve got her.” The caller then hung up.

Another week passed and Jacob Scott had run out of what little patience he had agreed to affect. He contacted the Santa Ana Register, and they ran a story about his daughter’s disappearance. On the day the story ran, a call came in at the desk of Santa Ana Register editor Pat Riley.

“I killed her,” the male caller told Riley. “I killed Dorothy Scott. She was my love. I caught her cheating with another man. She denied having someone else. I killed her.” The caller authenticated himself by providing details a crank wouldn’t know, details that hadn’t been printed. He knew that Dorothy had been wearing a red scarf that night. He knew about Bostron’s spider bite. He claimed Dorothy Scott had phoned to tell him she was at the UCI Medical Center. However, Head insisted this couldn’t have been the case, as Dorothy never left her presence throughout the evening.

Leads fizzled, and the investigation cooled. But the menacing phone calls kept coming. Almost every Wednesday, for four years, the phone rang at the Scotts’ home. The calls came during the day, when Dorothy’s mother was home alone. The caller would either ask “Is Dorothy there?” or reassert that he had killed her. Or he would say, “I’ve got her.”

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The police planted a recorder in the Scott residence and the caller’s voice was preserved on tape. No one recognized the voice, which was gruff and plainly disguised. The Scotts had the lines tapped. But the caller would never stay on long enough for the call to be traced. The calls finally stopped in April 1984, when Jacob, and not Vera, answered a nighttime call from their unknown tormentor. Jacob speculated that the caller probably assumed that new residents were now living in the house.

Three and a half months later, a construction worker happened upon skeletal remains in some brush off Santa Ana Canyon Road, in Anaheim. The remains were of a dog. And then beneath the dog, covered lightly with soil, were human bones. A pelvis, an arm, two thighs, and a skull. Along with the bones were a turquoise ring and a watch, which had stopped at 12:30am, May 29th, 1980.

Vera Scott identified the turquoise ring as belonging to her daughter. A week later, the remains were positively identified as those of Dorothy Scott. After the announcement ran in the newspaper, the Scott family received two more calls from a now familiar voice, asking “Is Dorothy home?”

To this day the killer nor the person who made the disturbing phone calls has never been identified and her case remains unsolved.
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>>22582508
What the fuck, how can a girl disappear into thin air like this? No signs left behind? What do you think happened guys?
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>>22579877
It's time for a hard rain to come and wash the scum off the streets?
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>>22582802
I think the theory of wild men living in various parks and other forests around the country is applicable here. Think about it. If you are mentally ill, destitute or disillusioned with society, parks are some of the best places to stay, especially if you find a good hiding spot. Hell, the only reason a person like the Unabomber was caught was because he was mailing bomb packages to people. If he had just went full /innawoods/, no one would have ever have heard or known about Ted Kacynski's whereabouts. All that being said, I think she was kidnapped by one of them and used as a sex toy. I feel bad for the poor girl.
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>>22563107
She wanted to disappear by making it appear she was killed in a car crash and later devoured by wild animals, but a passing motorist ruined those plans so she just disappeared and severed all contact instead.
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>>22582802
I think she was already a skinwalker by the time she went outside, hence why she asked her dad and the old man to come with her.
Not being able to find any preys, she just returned to the woods, waiting for lone hikers.
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>>22582828
I was reading an interesting thread where someone suggested it could have been a swift animal attack, but there was nothing left behind so this theory doesent hold too much water. Also I guess some people saw an old man? According to this write up, so if he was never seen again either I guess he did it? But yea disappearing in seconds is pretty spooky, like the other girl who was on a school field trip surrounded by her classmates.
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>>22582857
No no the old man was a part of the group they were in, he accompanied Stacy went she went to take some photos of the scenery but when Stacy suggested they go to the Lake he declined because he was tired. (the guy was about 70 or so years old) At this point Stacy and the older guy were still visible to the rest of the group, everyone saw the older man sit down while Stacy went further towards the lake. The older gentleman definitely didn't have anything to do with it.
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Here's one more for yall, i'll be back later to post more if anyone wants some more.

Angela Hammond (20) April 4th, 1991

On the Spring evening of Thursday, April 4, 1991, Angela was accompanied by her fiance at her mother’s residence to have a family barbeque. The entire night had gone smoothingly–where everything seemed to be a relaxing and blissful time with friends and family. Shortly after 9:00 p.m. Angela and Rob decided to head back to Clinton because he had plans to be at his mother’s home, Carol Shafer, by 10:00 p.m. to babysit his younger brother, Justin Shafer. The couple had plans to meet up in town later that night when his mother returned in a few hours, so when she dropped him off she proceeded to spend time with her best friend, Kyla, and cruise the downtown square to have a little fun to pass the time. At approximately 11:15 p.m. Angela and Kyla parted ways for the night. Thereafter, she decided to call Rob at the nearest payphone on the corner of 210 South 2nd Street where the Food Barn Store parking lot was situated. She didn’t own a home phone and wanted to tell him that she was exhausted and planned on going back home to soak in a bath.

The two continued speaking on the phone for thirty minutes, but at 11:45 p.m. the lives of everyone in Clinton, Missouri changed in an unsettling fashion that still looms over the small town. In the midst of the phone call, Angela alerted Rob to a conspicuous man circling the block several times in an older modeled green Ford F150 pickup truck. Moments later the driver pulled over near her and stepped outside of the truck and walked toward the unoccupied phone booth next to Angela. Seconds later he returned to his truck and grabbed a flashlight and started waving it around as if he was searching for something. Trying to ease the unsettling tension, Angela asked if he needed to use the phone and he told her no.

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All of a sudden, a horrifying scream could be heard and Rob, who lived 7-blocks away, immediately tossed aside the landline phone and jumped out of his seat to rush to Angela’s aide. On his way to her, a similar truck matching what Angela relayed darted passed him with a woman struggling with the driver and screaming “Robbie” for help. He hastily put his vehicle in reverse and made a sharp U-Turn to give chase. The pursuit continued for approximately two miles before Rob’s transmission malfunctioned when he made a right turn, resulting in the vehicle stalling in the middle of the road, as the truck with the woman in tow quickly faded out of view. Unfortunately, Rob had no choice but to walk back to town. Luckily, a passing motorist noticed him and picked him up and Rob asked to be taken to the police station so he could notify them of what just transpired. He arrived at the department just shy over midnight and reported the incident.


Rob told the police Angela described the unidentified male as “filthy and bearded.” He was wearing coveralls, a dark-colored baseball hat, eyeglasses, and had a full beard with a mustache. The truck he was driving was a green Ford F150 with a white top and delineated to be between the late 60s to early 70s. There had been partial damage on the left side front fender, and on the rear window was a mural of a fish jumping out of the water. Initially, the police were skeptical of Rob’s story, believing it seemed too contrived and convenient. Nevertheless, as they began their investigation they uncovered Rob’s vehicle undrivable in the middle of the street. Shortly thereafter they found Angela’s car abandoned at the shopping center parking lot with her purse still inside.

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>>22563107
Maura Murray thing always seemed like an obvious suicide to me.
>stressed
>failing at school
>slipping into crime and addiction
>fucked up dad's car
>lies about where she's going
>disappears
That's how I'd do it if I had a car anyway.
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>>22583093
For the first week of the investigation, Rob was considered the prime suspect in Angela’s disappearance, but after passing a polygraph test and two witnesses coming forward claiming to see the same truck as Rob described to police, he was subsequently ruled out. The community rallied together distributing missing person’s posters all throughout town, plastering the photographs on local storefront windows, diners, and truck stops that were often frequented. Over 250 volunteers including friends, family and the police, conducted an air and ground search scouring the entirety of Clinton looking for Angela. Water wells, creek beds, old country roads that are isolated, barns, woods, fields, and abandoned buildings were heavily combed with no luck.

Eleven days later the Clinton Police Department contacted the Missouri Rural Crime Scene Squad seeking help into the investigation. As a result, 25 police officers from 15 neighboring counties happily accommodated them. The Missouri Highway Patrol also looked through their database of all registered vehicles. A list of 1,600 potential pickup trucks matching what Angela’s kidnapper was possibly driving was compiled and sought out for new suspects, but the extensive search proved fruitless.

The police were at a loss for words–perplexed as to how a small town crime wasn’t providing evidence and answers that would hone in on a probable suspect. Nothing ever came of this case, no leads or anything at all. Angela Hammond was never seen or heard from again and her case remains unsolved.
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>>22566114
what site has this info
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>>22583095
Maybe he mistook her for someone else? The fact that he roamed around the payphone pretending to look for something made me think that maybe he wanted to check who she was
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>>22569457
after reading all the shit on pizzagate the explanation to your question is because the FBI are compromised
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>>22582005
I think I read somewhere two men died in a similar fashion before these two, maybe same area also? Sounds like a cult suicide thing. Also I read an interesting theory that maybe they were tricked and robbed
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>>22581903
Tards acting like this is why I strongly advocate for euthanizing anyone over a certain level of retardation especially the profoundly retarded as they are barely functioning and drains on society.
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Mary Morris and Mary Morris, two ladies with the same name from the same place killed within days of each other. People suspect a botched hit but no one was ever caught

https://unsolvedmysteries.fandom.com/wiki/Mary_Morris_and_Mary_Morris
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>>22583597
just wait until you figure out they are a lesson from god, and satans way out is what you just said
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>>22583415
Pizzagate is false faggot

The fact that you circle jerking tards think pizza would refer to cp and not cocaine says more about you than anyone in those emails
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>>22583600
it seems like husband was involved
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>>22574008
D:
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>>22566114
Real talk tho Minnesota is fucking weird

Multiple reports of people up and just walking out of their homes, not bringing anything and never to be seen again.

Multiple people seen walking out of cars into woods never to be seen

Stranded cars with doors open

Old cases for 40/50s where people getting murdered/missing in the middle of the day

The Winona Baby mystery where they find a dead baby floating in a river wrapped up with a protective magic stone and porcelain angel figures

The Smiley face killer who was thought to exist but never caught (I see what you did there anon

Shit goes on forever
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>>22584055
Shit might as well keep going

Mom goes outside of here own home to the yard quick. Her two boys are playing in there room. When she returns only one of the kids is missing. Never found and other kid didn’t know shit wtf?

Lots of reports of people just going out for a walk and never come back

Crap loads of hunting and hiking disappearances

Like 3 people missing right after Holloween parties

TO MANY FUCKING PEOPE SEEN GETTING INTO AN “unknown car with an unknown man”

Minnesota guys...I’m telling you. We the hidden unknown state of Fuckery
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>>22582802
Time portals
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>>22584164
Elvis
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>>22584160
..and apparently the hidden unknown state of poor grammar jesus christ
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>>22584182
Like your whole sentence? Fucking twit
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>>22584182
>>22584190
Kek
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>>22563107
search up 119dirtbag on youtube. there are some creepy connections between her disapearance and the channel
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>>22580574
Hey I already commented that earlier in the thread
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>>22580600
Didn’t he lose his iPod?
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>>22580650
Ghosts aren’t fiction okay
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>>22584232
I thought that was just a creepy hoax, may have even been mentioned in this thread
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>>22584232
>>22584459
check post down below he was just a nutjob

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>>22580010
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Here's another one yall are probably familiar with. Brandon Lawson (26) August 9th, 2013

On the evening of Thursday, August 8, 2013, things were going seemingly well. Brandon had been away for the majority of the afternoon, but once he returned home he and Ladessa got into an argument -- a typical spout most couples have at one point; brought upon by raising four children, one of whom was a newborn baby battling an ear infection, money, bills, and because Brandon didn't come home the previous night. Staying out all night put a lot of worry and stress on Ladessa because she thought Brandon may have partaken in drugs -- something he had trouble with in the past and dealt with a recent relapse.

After the quarrel, Brandon grabbed his keys, wallet, cell-phone, and wall-charger and decided to leave home at approximately 11:53 p.m. Although being low on gas, he called his father asking if he could stay with him for the night, despite his residence being three hours away in Crowley, Texas. His father, Brad, obliged but urged Brandon to reconsider and return home to mend things with Ladessa since it was late and a long exhausting drive. From that point forward, everything turns muddled (with a timeline that doesn't entirely make sense).

Seven minutes after Brandon left home, Ladessa called him to reconcile their differences. It's unclear on what exactly was exchanged during the conversation, but Ladessa suggested that if he was still angry and didn't want to come home, he should go to his brother's home, who only lived five minutes away with his girlfriend Audrey and 4-year-old son, and spend the night there until everything had smoothed over. The discussion seemingly didn't go as planned, because ten minutes later Ladessa called Brandon's brother, Kyle, concerned for Brandon's wellbeing, implying Brandon refused her notion.

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>>22584888
Brandon placed two phone calls to Ladessa approximately twenty minutes later at 12:34 a.m. and 12:36 a.m. but she didn't answer. Two minutes later at 12:38 a.m. Brandon called his brother. He stated that his truck ran out of gas on Highway 277 near Bronte, Texas, and he needed assistance. A few minutes later Kyle called Ladessa and told her about the situation unfolding. She replied she would leave a gas can on the front porch for him to pick up. Subsequently, both Kyle and Audrey drive over to retrieve the gas can for Brandon at 12:45 a.m. Initially, Kyle planned to purchase the gas for him, but his paycheck hadn't transferred to his account yet so the plan was to meet up and carhop to the nearest gas station, roughly five miles away from Brandon's location. This is where things take a very confounding and unexpected turn that has yet to be explained.

At 12:48 a.m. Brandon attempted to call Ladessa for the third time but she doesn't respond. Six minutes later at 12:54 a.m. police dispatch receives a frantic .43 seconds long 911 Emergency phone call from Brandon. I'll link the video of the 911 call below but here's a transcript to try and clear up what he might be saying.

Brandon: Yes, I'm in the middle of a field [Unintelligable - Escaped? We?] just pushed some guys over. We're out here going towards Abilene on both sides. My truck ran out of gas. There's one car here. A guy's [chasing me?] through the woods. Please hurry!

Operator: Okay. Now run that by me one more ...

Brandon: [Talking over the operator]: There'll be no talking to 'em. I accidentally ran into 'em.

Operator: Oh, you ran into them? Okay.

[Background noise: Detective?]

Brandon: [Unintelligable - Shot?] the first guy.

[Background noise: Gunshots?]

Operator: Do you need an ambulance?

[Background noise: Unintelligable]

Brandon: Yeah! No, I need the cops.

Operator: Okay. Is anybody hurt?

Brandon: [Unintelligable - Crap?]

Operator: Hello? Hello? Hello?

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From this point onward, Brandon doesn't respond to the operator, but the background noise seems to get closer to the phone. It's unknown what truly transpired, but things only continue to grow more baffling. Four minutes after the phone call, a passing motorist notices an abandoned truck parked haphazardly on the highway and informs 911 about the issue.When Kyle and Audrey arrive at Brandon's truck on the highway 12 minutes later, they are surprised to see Deputy Neal from the Coke County Sheriff's Office, who arrived at the same time. Both parties didn't see any vehicles or suspicious activity on the highway on their way to Brandon's truck. At the time, Kyle and Audrey had no reason to be concerned for Brandon's safety.

They initially assumed he was hiding in nearby bushes because he had an outstanding warrant for an old charge. As a result, they made several attempts to contact Brandon and finally managed to get ahold of him, unknowingly to Deputy Neal. Brandon promptly mentioned he was ten minutes away in a field and bleeding, and requested to get to him quickly. The signal soon faded away and the phone call ended. Immediately afterward at 1:19 a.m. Audrey texted Brandon saying, "Hey, bro, the cops are at your truck," but he never responded. Believing things were still okay, Kyle told Deputy Neal he was on his way to deliver a gas can for Brandon because his truck ran out of gas, but wasn't certain where Brandon had gone.

Meanwhile, Deputy Neal does a quick search of Brandon's pick-up truck. There had been no damage dealt on the exterior, and all the doors were unlocked. Inside, the truck seats were empty, along with the keys and Brandon's wallet. Neal ordered a tow to pick up the truck at 8:00 a.m. and proceeded to leave the scene. Once Deputy Neal was out of view, Kyle and Audrey tried contacting Brandon via cell phone but he never responded.

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Their worries started growing as they walked around shouting his name and drove slowly up and down the highway hoping to see him. They called off the search at 3:00 a.m. because Brandon's cell phone had completely stopped ringing -- indicating it had been shut off or had no battery power. Before leaving for home, Kyle put the gas can in the bed of Brandon's truck just in case Brandon returned but he intended to return once the sun rose. On the way home, Kyle called Ladessa to inform her he couldn't locate Brandon, but she didn't get the message until 4:30 a.m. when she finally retrieved her phone from her vehicle. It was at that moment she noticed several missed phone calls from Brandon and Kyle. The fear began to sink in and she called the local police station at 5:00 a.m. to see if any updates had been made but there hadn't been. Two hours later at 7:00 a.m. Kyle's paycheck finally entered his bank account and he returned to Brandon's truck to fill it up with gas. By 8:30 a.m. the truck was towed off, and since there hadn't been any word from Brandon, Deputy Neal went back to Brandon's last known whereabouts that afternoon to check nearby homes and land for possible signs of someone being in the area but he was unable to recover anything.

With a lack of contact from Brandon his family started to grow increasingly worried. Stricken with guilt, Kyle contacted the authorities and mentions the phone call Brandon made claiming he was bleeding while they were present with Deputy Neal. Notwithstanding, Brandon's family were still unaware Brandon placed a distressed 911 phone call fifteen minutes before Kyle, Audrey, and Deputy Neal arrive at the scene. After several days had gone by without any contact or update on Brandon, Ladessa filed a missing person's report on Tuesday, August 13, 2013, and hired Texas Ranger Nick Hanna to perform a private aerial search for Brandon, nothing was found.

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>>22585011
A few months after Brandon disappeared, Kyle Lawson was considered a suspect and was brought in for questioning. He was asked if he and his brother got into an argument, and whether or not he had injured Brandon in some fashion or had given him a lift to somewhere. Knowing where the investigators were heading in their questions, Kyle willingly asked for a polygraph test and he passed. Since then, no updates have been made since Brandon's initial disappearance. Many in law enforcement are still adamant that Brandon Lawson is not in Coke County, at the time, the rough terrain was suffering from a drought and the water in the river had been very low. All of this, combined with the technology and equipment provided for multiple searches, leaves them believing Brandon is elsewhere.

Brandon's family aren't satisfied with law enforcement's conclusion, but they are all left with one question that remains unanswered: Is he alive or deceased, and if so, where? What is known is that there has been no activity from his phone or bank account. They don't believe that he would voluntarily disappear and start fresh; even though some facets of his life at the time were darkened, there were many visible positives just around the corner. Regardless of the lack of answers and updates, Brandon Lawson's case is one that has attracted many various resources in the true crime genre on the Internet, including web sleuths, Redditors, podcasters, and blogs. People have rallied together to support the Lawson family and to share the case with others. The family is still hoping that Brandon can be found, but to this day he hasn't been seen or heard from since and his case remains unsolved.

Below is a link to the 911 call, some parts can be hard to make out. At around 1:04 some people think Brandon whispers "help me" but it could just be the wind or some other noise.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FXg-zxS1lE
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>>22582856
a skinwalker wouldn't change clothes or shower or listen to someone who said to wear hiking boots instead of regular shoes
its possible one got her, anything could have
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>>22584888
>>22584923
>>22584952
>>22585011
>>22585048
probably broke down in front of a cartel pickup/drop off point and they chased him and stabbed him
wrong place in the wrong time
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>>22564996
Damn, that's fucked up. Sick pedos.
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Bump
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I'll post a few more then that'll be it for me, it was a good thread thanks yall.
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>>22563107
Rapture?
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>>22582219
The ride never ends.
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>>22582305
Back to your trailerparkboard, edgelord.
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>>22582389
Being friends with a cop
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>>22586810
only nigs and lefties have a problem with cops, which one are you?
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>>22575389
We're still here.
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>>22582663
How fucked up is it that someone had the conviction to call every Wednesday for four straight years asking "Is Dorothy there?" Fucking sp00py.
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>>22586734
Thank you for your service
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>>22586896
Spooky indeed, theres a lot of sick fucks out there man.
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>>22582063
Actually straight up stranger kidnappings are very rare. There were, from what I can tell 1,435 child kidnappings in 2018. 1,230 of those were kidnapped by family members. Of those, the vast majority made it back home. In other words you have a 0.000003% chance of being abducted by a stranger and even then the chances of you completely vanishing are even smaller. The idea that children get grabbed up off the street is one that sprung up after a few high profile instances of it in the 90's and has been perpetuated as an idea by people who want to sell you security systems.

The majority of missing people vanish either because they're running away from something or because a close friend or family member made them vanish.
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>>22586832
OK, trailer trash.
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>>22587155
Yeah thats what i thought, have a good one man, do better.
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>>22587191
Nah it's ok like that I lost all his right in the world.
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>>22586832
different anon here, only the most coward scum of the trad right dickride cops, they're totally anathema to values of freedom, you are a repressed homosexual. you're the same as the left because you're authoritarian. cops are fags and cowards who don't do their jobs and then whine all day about how hard that job they didn't do is. you and your "buddy" should be put up against the wall, it sure wouldn't be the first shot in the mouth you've taken, nupol faggot
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Can we talk about unsolved disappearances and mysteries instead of acting like complete faggots over fucking politics? You niggers can go to /leftypol/ or /pol/ to do that. Stop ruining the only good thread on this board, you stupid faggots.
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>>22587219
?

Who is talking about that?
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>>22587191
I do better than you every day of my life, bootlicker. Back to your cognitive dissonance board.
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>>22587224
Literally the people that made the 4 posts above mine. This is the paranormal board, not politics (unless it has to do with the paranormal), not talking about gay everyday politics.
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>>22585048
Brandon’s brother recently gave an interview admitting that Brandon was a somewhat frequent meth user. Seems like he could have been high, gotten into an accident, and got lost running through the woods.

Also the family has stated they believe the “gunshots” heard in the background are actually the sounds of cars on a nearby overpass
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>>22587232
Please go mysteriously missing dickhead
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>>22569620
Based and patriotpilled
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>>22582396
>white guy named Tyrone
Biggest mystery of the thread



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