Lori Hacking was reported missing on July 19, 2004. According to her husband, Mark, she woke at 5:30 a.m. and drove from her home in Salt Lake City to a local park where she liked to jog. Mark said he was expecting Lori, who was five weeks pregnant, to wake him on her return, but the 27-year-old never came back and never showed up for work.
On June 15, 2007, Jessie Davis’ mother reported her daughter missing after finding the home in disarray and Davis’ s 2 year old alone and sobbing, “Mommy’s in rug.” Davis was nine months into her second pregnancy at the time.
Shortly after his 18th birthday, Lee Cutler disappeared. He left a friend’s house after a sleepover and never arrived at work. A series of clues found after Lee vanished suggested that Lee may have gone off to live in the woods, or committed suicide, but despite several sightings, what happened to Lee remains a mystery.
Some famous cases of people who were lost and never found, some under very mysterious circumstances.
On February 19, 2005, these two former lovers met for a date on busy South Street in Philadelphia. They left in his pickup in a good mood around 11:45 p.m. and disappeared without a trace. Tonight FBI will erect a digital billboard on South St. to try to jog people’s memories about that night nine long years ago.
The FBI is still asking the public for help in the case of dead serial killer Israel Keyes, this time in connection with a woman who vanished without a trace from Hackensack New Jersey in 2009.
On October 2, 1995, the nude body of an unidentified white male was found in some woods near the East Fork Trinity River. That John Doe later turned out to be Danny Fry, an ex-con who had gone missing shortly after the O’Hairs, and the first solid link between the killer and the missing atheists.
Lori Hacking was reported missing on July 19, 2004. According to her husband, Mark, she woke up early to go jogging. Mark said he was expecting Lori, who was five weeks pregnant, to wake him upon her return. But Lori never came back and never showed up for work.
On September 5, 2005, this college freshman, 17, disappeared leaving behind an eccentric older boyfriend and a lot of questions. Investigators found a Livejournal account under the name tiabliaj — jailbait spelled backwards — that ultimately led them to the evidence they needed to crack the case.
The search for Kara Nichols, the missing aspiring model from Colorado continues as her 20th birthday comes and goes.