Chicago - I was going to post this when the story first came out, but got too busy with some site additions to do it. Basically, it was another story about a suburban housewife who went missing four days ago. Anu had left work to go to a nearby river to dispose of a statue. The statue was of the Hindu god Ganesha. It was used in her wedding ceremony, but was broken in transit when the statue was sent to them from New Jersey, where the couple were married. A Hindu priest instructed the coupe to dispose of the statue in this matter. On Christmas Eve, she made a call to her friend that evening, telling her that she was at Des Plaines River and that 4 men were following her. This coupled with the fact that she never cam home, prompted her husband, Dignesh, to notify authorities. Her car was found…Continue Reading
Orlando – Sandra Lyons has vanished following an argument at a Christmas party she was attending with her husband, Chris Meyers. Friends and family did not think she was being serious until she got so angry that she wanted to leave. Friends followed her and her husband outside where they pleaded with her to go. Ignoring them, Lyons walked away alone. This was around 11:30 Saturday night. 30 minutes later, Meyers came informed everyone that he had been out looking for her, but could not find her.
Helicopters and rescue dogs were used, but the dogs lost her scent at a walking trail in a nearby park. Sheâ€™s described as 36 year old, five foot four inches tall with a dark complexion, long blondish hair and brown eyes. She was wearing a black tank style blouse, jeans, heels and a black hat.
Anyone with any information is urged to all the Seminole County Sheriffâ€™s Department.
News reports coming in that she has been found safe and with a friend. An e-mail was sent to the media at 2:30 p.m., from deputies, thatÂ said Lyons “was reportedly found safe and unharmed with a friend.…Continue Reading
Huntington, West Virginia - Thought I should go ahead and get this story up. It’s not looking too good. Leah Hickman, a broadcast journalism major at Marshall University, was reported missing Sunday after she failed to show up for her shift at a local Dress Barn on Saturday, Dec. 15. The last anyone has heard from her was when she used her cell phone the day before and told a friend she was going to McDonald’s to get something to eat. In the apartment she shares with her sister, her coat, keys, and McDonald’s wrappings were found. Her cellphone was not there. Family members report that Leah’s cell phone voicemail is full. She hasn’t logged on to her MySpace page since the day she disappeared. The store where Leah works, The Dress Barn, is offering a $10,000 reward for information about her location. Hickman is a 5-foot-4 white female, about 125 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes.…Continue Reading