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In this exclusive interview with Missing In America, Lorelie Nelson-Abell opens up about the disappearance of her two sisters, Fawn and Rozlin Abell. Fawn and Rozlin Abell were last seen in 1985 near their home in Bethany, Oklahoma. The off...icial record states that both sisters were out seeking jobs when they disappeared, however, Lorelie believes that that is just a cover story concocted to take attention away from the man she believes is responsible for their disappearance, her father, who is now deceased. Lorelie claims in this explosive interview that her father abducted her and her older sister at a very young age and subjected them to unspeakable acts for a number of years. She believes that Rozlin and Fawn suffered a similar fate. Did the authorities investigate this person? Was there any investigation? According to Lorelie, not only was there no investigation, but the police department may be hiding something. Listen to Lorelie in her own words as she breaks her silence with Missing In America.

Breaking news: Missing In America will begin an investigation into the disappearance of Ann Bernadette Fulton, missing since April 23, 1971. Ms. Fulton was last seen in Bridgewater, New Jersey. She is 5’5, 140 pounds, and has blonde hair wi...th blue eyes. Ms. Fulton’s nickname is “Bea.” Anyone with information regarding this case, is expected to contact the Bridgewater Police Department at 908-722-4111908-722-4111. At this point, few details have emerged in this case; however, Missing In America is confident that with the assistance of law enforcement officials, the search for Bernadette Fulton will once again become active. Missing In America, with the assistance of law enforcement officials, hopes to interview friends, family, witnesses, and anyone else who may have information pertaining to this case. Stay tuned for more updates on this case as the investigation proceeds.

Source: http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/f/fulton_ann.html

Linette Miller

The family of Linette Miller needs your help. Linette Miller was last seen hitchhiking to Idaho from St. Pete, Florida. According to Linette’s friend who was hitching with her, Linette paired up with a trucker and was never seen again. At ...the time of her disappearance, Linette Miller was five feet one inches tall and 16 years of age. Family members have been trying desperately to get the state of New York to release Linette’s death certificate so that she may receive a proper burial. Right now Linette is buried in a potter’s field, a burial ground for unidentified or indigent individuals.
Missing In America has uncovered the fact that during the timespan Linette is said to have disappeared, she was arrested 3 times. It has also been confirmed that Linette has been dead since 1995, so the question is, why won’t the authorities release her death certificate to her family? Are they trying to hide something? Even without a cause of death, authorities are still required to release the death certificate to loved ones.
Linette’s family has set up a fundraiser to help with the cost of bringing Linette home. Please donate as much as you can to make sure this family gets closure. This has been an absolute nightmare for the family, who has gone from thinking their loved may have been victim of a crime or killed, to finding out in 2013, that Linette was alive all these years and his buried in a potter’s field.

Please donate: https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/ffs4/bring-linette-jata-home

Source: http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1ufny.html

Source: http://findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=110386383