Edward Dentzel answers any and all viewer questions during his live show. Here are the most common questions – answered, during the past 6 months
Jason Jolkowski was a 19 year old from Omaha, Nebraska. He had a passion for broadcasting and the Chicago Cubs. On the morning of June 13, 2001, his car was in the shop, so he began his ten minute walk to meet a co-worker who would give him a ride to work. Jason never reached the rendezvous location and he was never seen again.
Thomas Kelly Brown was an 18 year old from Canadian, TX. He was president of his class and loved acting and public speaking. On the night of November 23, 2016, Thomas was on his way home after hanging out with friends. He stopped to get gas in his Dodge Durango. He was never seen again.
Molly Miller and Colt Haynes were respectively 17 and 21 years old from Wilson, OK. They had only known each other a week but might’ve been headed toward a relationship. On the evening of July 7, 2013, Molly and Colt were passengers in a car that got involved in a police chase. The vehicle got ditched and the driver made it back to his house the next morning, while Molly and Colt seemingly got lost, trying to call friends to pick them up. They were never seen again.
Dennis Lushbough Jr., “Jay” to those who loved him most, was a 44 year old from Iola, KS. He was an only child and worked in construction. On Sunday August 14, 2017, Dennis and his girlfriend were allegedly coming back from camping. They got into a fight and the girlfriend got out of their van. She stormed off as Dennis drove away. He was never seen again.
The main takeaway from her disappearance is that it was 100% avoidable. As I said near the end of the episode, had just one thing been different that day, Crystal continues to be with us.
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
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