Lonene Ray Rogers: Rewriting The Story | 266

Lonene Ray Rogers, Lonnie to those who loved her most, was a 29 year old from Saegertown, PA. She was deaf and the mother of two. On the night of Jan. 7, 1981, Lonnie was at home with her children and husband. After putting the kids to bed, Lonnie’s husband claimed she left with another man. She was never seen again.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/285829136570490

Charley Project: https://charleyproject.org/case/lonene-ray-rogers

NAMUS: https://www.namus.gov/MissingPersons/Case#/2662?nav

Article: https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/investigations/someone-knows-lonene-lonnie-rogers/95-741460f0-1788-4706-817e-2178e57b3fd4

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Lonene Rogers, please contact the Pennsylvania State Police at 814-332-6911.


HOW DO WE STOP THESE?

This type of disappearance, “The Man Said”, is the first kind I’ve talked about in my presentations to college students. Why? For the following reasons:

–Because they are very common.

–Because I use this type to show how relationships are the #1 cause of disappearances.

–Because this type is one of the most preventable.

–Because a majority of the students in each class so far have been women and females are the victims in this type.

For the purposes of this blog, I want to write mainly about that third point: because this type is one of the most preventable.

By Edward Dentzel | Patreon Blog

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