I couldn't find much via Google but did locate the story linked below; though I remember the Denton newspaper covering the search for remains and a larger overview piece -- online archives only go back a year, unfortunately. Here's a summary of the case, which I've always found fascinating because I attended the same school. Virginia was 21 and returning to Texas Woman's University -- back then called Texas State College for Women -- when she disappeared June 1, 1948. (for summer school) She arrived by train in Denton and reportedly took a taxi to the school's campus. There, according to what the taxi driver told police, she got into a yellow convertible with two men. She has not been seen since. The story can be found here and it includes photo. http://www.lmtonline.com/news/archive/070898/pagea4.pdf Nothing ever came of the search. If I remember correctly, the taxi driver was ruled out and investigators believed his story. I think he also said she appeared to know the men.