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Disappearances

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  1. Mar 20,  · Faces of the Missing: 13 Unsolved Disappearances — and How Their Families Fight for Answers Sons and daughters, toddlers, teens and young adults: These 13 people vanished, .
  2. Mar 18,  · Between and , Bennington, Vermont was the site of several completely unexplained disappearances: On December 1, , Mr. Tetford vanished from a crowded bus. Tetford was on his way home to Bennington from a trip to St. Albans, Vermont.
  3. Mar 16,  · Unsolved Crimes and Disappearances: The Black Dahlia, Zodiac Killer and More Notorious Mysteries this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines.
  4. Jan 01,  · Disappearances is simultaneously more impressive and less impressive than I would have expected, for being Howard Frank Mosher's first book. I've read Mosher before, but not since high school, and at the time he was my favorite "Vermont" writer. (Vermont is where I grew up). It is well-written, I'd say, if you look at each chapter/vignette /5.
  5. Jul 13,  · MEXICO CITY — Mexico added more than 11, people to its official count of the disappeared on Monday, bringing the total during a year .
  6. Here are nine strange tales of people (aside from Amelia Earhart) whose disappearances still haunt us today. Al-Hakim. Al-Hakim was a 10th–11th-century ruler of the Fatimid dynasty who was known for his erratic and contradictory leadership. He led for 25 years (–) of his known 36 years of life, during which time he, for instance.
  7. Mar 29,  · Strangely enough, Bennington was the site of several unsolved disappearances that took place in the s, including that of the wife of James Tetford, whom .
  8. Victims of enforced disappearance are people who have literally disappeared; from their loved ones and their community. They go missing when state officials (or someone acting with state consent) grabs them from the street or from their homes and then deny it, or refuse to say where they are.
  9. Perhaps one of the most famous strange disappearances in national parks happened in , to a young boy named Dennis Martin. Six-year-old Dennis Martin was vacationing with his family in the middle of the Great Smoky Mountains, in a popular spot called Spence Field.

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