Good afternoon all . . .
I do know a friend of the family though and she was told that the family doesn't want national attention. Not sure what that's about.
I'm new here and a 30 year friend of Gail's from high school. I just wanted to let you know that I spoke with her sister Diane yesterday and this is what she told me, "Tell everyone to post Gail's face and jeep information everywhere!!! We need to find her!!!"
I created a new flyer and sent it to our HS class alumni and it is being passed around the country as we speak. We've already had one strange incident with someone from Chattanooga telling someone to stop passing out the flyers because, "you can see why it is embarrassing" and "there were some problems and she probably just took off." As many of you say, my hinky meter is going bananas on this one.
Please help us pray that she is okay and will be found safe and sound very soon. Visit our Facebook page "Bring Gail Home Now" for the latest pictures and flyers.
Very nice to see you one here. First, let me say I am so very sorry for your friend Gail and I hope she is found safe and sound, I cannot even begin to imagine what you and her family are going thru, regardless of the situation.
As far as someone telling you to stop distributing flyers, that is so ridiculous. Does not matter what the situation may be someone is missing. If for some reason Gail got scared and took off and just feels alone --these flyers need to be distributed so she knows that she has people to help her. If it is a tragic situation then this info needs to be out there.
IMO if someone takes off on their own, even an abused wife or husband, there is usually at least ONE person that knows they left on their own. They may not tell the person where they went but in my experience they have told at least one person they are leaving. For whatever reason it may be. IMO it very rare,although it can happen, that someone goes missing on their own and does not tell one single person they are taking off.
My thoughts are with you as a friend of Gail's and to her family as well, I hope this nightmare ends soon for all you and that she is found safe.