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Woman Found Dead In The Trunk Of Her Car
Susan “Su” Taraskiewicz was only the second female ground service employee to have ever worked for Northwest Airlines (now Delta Airlines) at the Boston Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts.
Mother Vanishes While Kids Sleep In The Car
Pamela June Ray planned a vacation with her children, Brandi (12) and Michael (5), to Panama City, Florida. Pam’s husband was not able to go on the trip due to work. She called the Wilhite Motel and spoke to the manager, Tim Hairston, who told her there would be a room available the next day around 9 or 10 AM.
Woman Vanishes After Crashing Into Car
Patricia Bernadette Meehan was born on November 1, 1951, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Dolly and Thomas Meehan. She also has a brother, Terry, and a sister.
Toddler Vanishes From Bowling Alley
Teekah Latres Lewis was a two-year-old African and Native American girl from Washington. Her eyes were brown and she had brown hair with natural red highlights and some grey streaks. Teekah suffered from asthma and bad allergies. As a result of eczema, she had patches of light discoloration on her face and left side of her buttocks.
Woman Vanishes After Accusing Relative Of Murder
Pauline Rourke was a 32-year-old woman living in Fairfield, Maine, with her 12-year-old daughter Sandra “Honey” Rourke. They lived in a trailer off of route 139.
Pregnant 12 Y/O Vanishes
Celina Mays was born on May 28, 1984, in Willingboro, New Jersey, to CJ Mays and Lynn Vitale. When the couple met, CJ had been a musician and Lynn an exotic dancer. Both of them had issues with alcohol and drugs. They had a problematic relationship and ended up separating. They went through a bitter custody battle in which Lynn was granted full custody of Celina.
Child Prodigy Writer Vanishes
Barbara Newhall Follet was born on March 4, 1914, in Hanover, New Hampshire. Helen Thomas Follett, her mother, wrote children’s books. Her father Roy Wilson Follett was an editor, literary critic, and English teacher. He’d won the 1909 Oliver Wendell Holmes Scholarship at Harvard. Roy then proceeded to teach English at Dartmouth College and Brown University. Posthumously, he is known for Follett’s Modern American Usage, his only book and a guide to contemporary American English.
Elderly Woman Not Returned After Husband Pays Ransom
Annie Laurie Hearin from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, attended the University of Alabama in the late 1930s. There, she was an editor for the school’s newspaper and named one of the seven most beautiful students by actor Tyrone Power. During that time, she also met Robert Hearin, a fellow student and they married soon after.