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Old 10-09-2012, 02:48 AM   #1
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I just read the story on the missing girl in Colo. I know this is nothing new, we have quite a few of all ages missing here in Tenn.
But it seems the older I get, the more it disturbs me.
I have all daughters and granddaughters (not that sex makes any difference here) and I just can't imagine how I would cope with something like that.
I grieve for the families of all these children, and know that if I were to meet them, there would be absolutely nothing that I could say to them.
Just a personal note on the news.

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it breaks my heart every time i hear about this. I can only pray that my nieces and nephews and goddaughter remain safe and live long and happy lives.


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I've worked with a few SRA (satanicly ritually abused) people before. Disturbing is an understatement. I hope to God missing kids haven't fallen victim to these monsters. You do not want to know.

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I have a hard time even reading about such things..that includes this thread.

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I just read the story on the missing girl in Colo. I know this is nothing new, we have quite a few of all ages missing here in Tenn.
But it seems the older I get, the more it disturbs me.
I have all daughters and granddaughters (not that sex makes any difference here) and I just can't imagine how I would cope with something like that.
I grieve for the families of all these children, and know that if I were to meet them, there would be absolutely nothing that I could say to them.
Just a personal note on the news.
Do you think they will ever find Holly Bobo? I'm from Hardin Co. and I still see pictures up in business's when I go back to visit family.
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M1, it's been over a year. It doesn't seem so but I can hope.
There was also the lady down on the Ga. line 2 years ago that went missing while jogging. We never heard anymore about her.

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M1, it's been over a year. It doesn't seem so but I can hope.
There was also the lady down on the Ga. line 2 years ago that went missing while jogging. We never heard anymore about her.
The Bobo girl case, it was weird, her brother saw a guy dragging her off through the woods at their house? He was a grown man from what I read, and didn't try to help? Just don't add up, to me!
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The Bobo girl case, it was weird, her brother saw a guy dragging her off through the woods at their house? He was a grown man from what I read, and didn't try to help? Just don't add up, to me!
I have a hard time with that too ... even as a total stranger I wouldn't stand by and let someone snatch a person ... let alone a child
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I ahve a hard time with that too ... even as a total stranger I wouldn't stand by and let someone snatch a person ... let alone a child
They would be hard pressed to do it around here as well. I figure they would be smoke checked pretty quick! You don't mistreat old folks and dogs, but more especially a child!!!
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I just read the story on the missing girl in Colo. I know this is nothing new, we have quite a few of all ages missing here in Tenn.
But it seems the older I get, the more it disturbs me.
I have all daughters and granddaughters (not that sex makes any difference here) and I just can't imagine how I would cope with something like that.
I grieve for the families of all these children, and know that if I were to meet them, there would be absolutely nothing that I could say to them.
Just a personal note on the news.
People who **** with children make me wanna get all Boondock Saints....
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