One of the most intriguing cases out there, the mystery of what happened to the Jamison family brings out the amateur sleuth in all of us. In October 2009, the Jamisons – Bobby, Sherilyn, and their six-year-old daughter, Madyson- disappeared from Eufaula, Oklahoma after heading out to remote territory in the Red Oak Mountain area with the hope of buying some land. They never returned home. Four years later in November 2013, their bodies were found, but their fate remains unknown.
I came across this case on Facebook, and decided to post it here because the person who is clearly responsible has not been arrested for a crime due to lack of evidence. Still, it’s irritating.
Tabitha Lynn Franklin, 28, was a victim of domestic violence, survivor of sexual abuse, loving mother of three children, and now a missing person.
On June 26, 2009, 10-year-old Lindsey Baum left her friend’s house on Maple Street in McCleary, WA to walk the short distance to her home on E. Mommsen Road. The walk, one she made many times before, should have taken Lindsey only about 10 minutes. When Lindsey’s 10 p.m curfew came and went, and the girl still wasn’t home, her mother, Melissa Baum, became nervous.
In April 2009, 17-year-old Brittanee Drexel from Rochester, New York, asked her mother if she could go with friends down to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for spring break, a common thing for Rochester teens to do every year. Her mother, Dawn Drexel, refused because she didn’t know the friends Brittanee was going with and was worried something was going to happen to her.