Jessica Lynn Garino was a 21 year old from Goldsboro, NC. She had two sisters and had been the manager of a Wendy’s. Around January 22, 2012, Jessica’s roommate, a man she had known for a few years, said she took off with her dog and clothes for no reason. He said he had no idea where Jessica went. She was never seen again.
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If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Jessica Garino, please contact the Wayne County, North Carolina Sheriff’s Office at 919-580-4065.
Unfound NOW Debut Episode: Linda Stoltzfoos | Destination Disappearance
Left Church on June 21st | Never seen again
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Bird in Hand, PA | Lancaster County
Brian David Cook was a 37 year old from Oceana, WV. He was a military vet and a father. On July 26, 2011, Brian got picked up at his girlfriend’s house so he could buy a truck from his stepmother. He allegedly got to his destination but didn’t buy the truck, then left. He was never seen again.
If anyone has any information regarding the disappearance of Brian Cook, please contact Oceana Police Department at (304) 682-8311.
Sometimes I do this . . . so I’ll do it again: I’m going to take the mystery out of this blog at the beginning. Like I said, I sometimes do that. Why am I doing it this time? Because I’m guessing many of you want to know if I think the cases of Brian, Rachel, Sherry, and Chester are all related. Hey, it’s a good question. It’s a big question. And I feel if I don’t answer it right away, you may scan down through this blog to get to my answer. So, I’ll just put my answer right here at the beginning. And you’ll get my explanation later in what I’m guessing is going to be a long blog.
The answer? Yes, I do believe they are related.
How and Why, etc.? You’ll get that eventually. First, I must do what I always do in these blogs and that’s to go through my thinking on a variety of elements that the guest revealed. And there is a lot to analyze from what Christine said. To help you understand it, I think I should take you back to 2018 to start this off.