Unexpected and joyous recovery

25-year-old Sally Lee Glahn disappeared from Blaine County, Idaho on June 2, 1981. Her disappearance was classified as “involuntary” but I could find no other info and assumed she’d probably met with foul play. Well, one of Sally’s relatives emailed me to say she’d been found alive and well in Florida and was in touch with her family. I am so happy for them! He didn’t provide any other info. Sally was listed as suffering from migraine headaches and occasional memory blackouts. I’m not sure if she left on purpose, or developed amnesia, or was in fact taken against her will. Either way, I’m sure her family is very relieved to have found out she’s safe after nearly thirty years.

5 thoughts on “Unexpected and joyous recovery

  1. Emily January 18, 2010 / 2:56 pm

    That is wonderful news. I’m so happy one family out there has found their missing loved one, and that she’s alive and well. Now if only this were true for all the missing on Charley.

  2. Justin January 19, 2010 / 12:05 am

    Did the relative who contacted you mention if Sally gave a reason for her disappearance? You said she suffered from migraines and might have amnesia.

    • Meaghan January 19, 2010 / 2:03 am

      No, he just said she’d been found in Florida and was in touch with her family.

  3. thegreatrockyhill January 21, 2010 / 3:32 am

    These are my favorite kinds of stories in Charley Project.

  4. Cattt January 28, 2010 / 10:40 am

    Its so weird when they turn up its joyful and creepy all at the same time.

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