http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/m/mcfry_jeffery.html http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/b/burrows_james.html I found some articles on them today. It says you need a subscription to read them but you can access them through Google cache. http://www.annistonstar.com/news/2008/as-local-0428-mkasper-8d25r2734.htm Former police chief: Disappearances, arrest and trial split Piedmont PIEDMONT The missing people, the arrest and trial, followed by the appeals and questionable testimony from witnesses all of this split Piedmont, says Rick Doyal. [...] Many have speculated that Chandler's drug operation also connected the disappearances of two other people around the same time. After so many years have passed without any new information coming forward about Patrick Burrows and Jeff McFry, Doyal says he "challenges the line of thinking" that the missing people were not connected to Chandler. http://www.annistonstar.com/news/2008/as-local-0427-mkasper-8d25q3819.htm Still searching for answers: After 20 years, no closure reached in Piedmont disappearances PIEDMONT No one really disappears. People go missing, but when they do, someone sees them, knows them, remembers. There's usually a clue. When there's not a body, there's still an overturned motorcycle found on the outskirts of town something to touch so you can feel a person's history. For almost 20 years, two Piedmont residents have been missing. The people who love them hold on and hope. But when time passes, everyone comes to their own conclusions. Some of the missing are said to be dead and buried under Alabama 9, maybe in the hills that cut high over the roads snaking through the country, maybe in the thicket of Cleburne County.