One of the worst fears a parent can have is of a lost child. It does not matter if the child is lost in a shopping mall for 15 minutes, or lost on a trip for a few days. There is a certain parental quality that wants to ensure the preservation of their children. This has its roots in evolutionary biology, in that the entire purpose for the upbringing of a species’ young is to ensure the genetic survival of that individual’s genetic material. Think about it, your genetic code has been passed down through the eons in order to make it to you.
Human history started thousands of years ago, and all of the people who lived along your line fought both for themselves as well as their their children to ensure that you survive. However, sometimes children are not found after hours or days. Sometimes they are gone for years at a time with no trace of them to ever be found again. This was the case of Etan Patz, a young boy in New York City who disappeared walking to his bus stop one day in the 1970s.
While nearly 30 years later the man who allegedly killed him was arrested, one of the jury members championed for social justice and let the alleged killer free. However, there are also stories of hope, such as the story of Elizabeth Smart. Elizabeth Smart was kidnapped and hidden in a hole for a period of nine months. She was abused by the couple up to four times a day. But eventually, she was found.
The following story is a very similar story to Elizabeth Smart. A young, attractive girl was momentarily out of the house, when she just disappeared. Did she leave willingly, or was she forcefully coerced into leaving. The details are, to say the least, murky.
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Imagine, you are at home with your family. You may have just finished eating dinner, and you may be doing the dishes. All of a sudden your garbage fills up, and you ask your teenage daughter to go take out the trash. But then, she never returns. This is exactly what happened one day in 2015 to a woman named Vickie Metcalf, whose daughter Alissia Freeman disappeared after taking out the garbage.
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