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Suzanne Lyall Disappearance | A Young Woman in Transition | Ep 1

Suzanne Lyall was a 19 year old student at the University of New York at Albany. She was a computer major but also a passionate poet who loved sharing her writing with others. On the night of March 2, 1998, she got off the bus at the Collins Circle stop on university property and headed toward her dorm. She was never seen again.
The Center for Hope: http://www.hope4themissing.org/news.php
The Charley Project: http://charleyproject.org/case/suzanne-gloria-lyall
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2244649898/
If you have any information concerning Suzanne’s case, please contact:
New York State Police: 518 783-3211 or (899) 940-4150
SUNY Albany Police Department: (518) 442-3131


NEW: Map Analysis for Suzanne Lyall’s Episode
Suzanne’s Very Short Walk from Bust To Dorm
Suzanne’s Credit Card Used – withdrawal of $20
Suzanne’s Route from Bus Stop to Dorm

Ed Dentzel’s Private Blog | Excerpts | Suzanne Lyall

I’m over 3000 words now and I think at this point you can see this case isn’t so black and white as it seems.

It’s tough. And now you see why the case is unsolved after 21 years. 

There is another part about this that we can’t ignore: Just because a woman goes missing after breaking up with her boyfriend, doesn’t mean the ex-boyfriend did it. Yes, that’s a logical idea to have and it’s surely worth investigating. But not all ex-boyfriends are violent criminals. In fact, very few are


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