Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by 0101ABA, Sep 3, 2016.
Bump! So frustrating not to have any updates in the media on this. Sara seems to be forgetten.
I doubt she is forgotten, they just don't have enough to arrest anyone or go to the Grand Jury.
I think it may have been quieted-down by those close to this tragedy. JMO.
I wonder why her Dad doesn’t speak out on her behalf and appeal to the public for tips.
Having a parent in law enforcement, you’d think it would be the perfect platform to generate renewed public and media interest. Someone needs to do a podcast on this! Please!
Very interesting question indeed.
Thanks for bumping.
I checked MSM, and couldn't find anything new.
My questions remain unanswered.
Me too! Interesting timing for the hump as I searched a couple days ago and nada. So glad I’m not the only one thinking about this poor girl.
Funny how when LE doesn't want a case to be solved, it doesn't get solved.
Who here has seen the 1973 film White Lightning with Burt Reynolds and Ned Beatty? That film offers a very good depiction of how LE operates in rural areas like Fairmont.
Thinking of Sara today. The Murdaugh case in SC brought her to my mind. Lots of coverup going on, lots of questions unanswered.
I found one podcast on Sara Graham. It is at:
Episode 5 - Sara Graham (Nov. 30, 2020)
It's only 14 min. long.
The Red Justice Podcast features Indigenous true crime stories. The goal of the podcast is to bring awareness to the many cases of missing and murdered indigenous people in North America.
Well, the Red Justice Project Podcast on Sara Graham was excellent. In the 14 minutes, they certainly packed in a lot of very good information. I highly recommend that you have a listen! I just subscribed to the podcast to listen to their other episodes. They do a great job.