When teenagers Cheryl Miller and Pam Jackson disappeared on the first night of summer 1971, everyone who knew them was shocked and baffled. These were good girls with no reason to run away from home. They had been paid from their jobs that day and never cashed their paychecks. With repeated searches, false leads, and emotional ups and downs, no one could have predicted that it would take four decades to solve this mystery.
After watching this episode of Gone on Investigation Discovery, Jill and Dick discuss the heartfelt tales of people who knew the girls and the long years spent without answers. This seems like another case of inadequate searches and poor police work. Is this a theme with this show? We will find out next week.
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