The first time this month…

…I’ve got updates two days in a row. But that’s not too difficult, seeing as how before those two days I had just ONE update. Of the ten new cases I added, nine were just past the six-month mark and one was a new-old from the 1960s that I just couldn’t resist.

One case in particular that I added today, Marizela Perez, intrigues me. She seems to have just vanished off the face of the earth. Nobody seems to know what happened, but my guess is it wasn’t good. She’s a remarkably attractive young girl, and so stylish, I had wondered at first if she was a fashion student at U Dub. But I can’t find anything about what her major was, and since she was a freshman, she probably hadn’t declared yet.

Marizela’s cousin is Michelle Malkin, a noted journalist and commentator who has done her part to publicize her disappearance. That fact may be the only reason Marizela’s disappearance got any publicity at all. Unfortunately, college students disappear into thin air all the time.

4 thoughts on “The first time this month…

  1. marycarney September 19, 2011 / 10:18 pm

    No kidding. Molly Datillo and Lauren Spierer from Indiana spring to mind.

    • T.T. September 22, 2011 / 5:50 pm

      Speaking of Molly, here is a sad fact that can be added to her casefile: her father passed away several years ago, after she had disappeared. This was back in the mid 2000s, but her brother and two of her sisters were on the Maury show (in one of those missing people episodes) and they said that her disappearance basically broke his heart and may have sped up his death (which also relates to one of your other blogs, Meaghan). 😦

  2. Lia September 21, 2011 / 1:54 pm

    The find Marizela blog is interesting reading — even someone as famous as Michelle Malkin (whether you agree with her politics or not) seems to certainly be getting the run-around from the detective assigned to the case.

    • Meaghan September 23, 2011 / 9:08 pm

      I don’t agree with her politics, but I’m glad she’s using whatever influence she has to help find her sister.

      It certainly helps to be related to someone famous. There’s an MP I’ve got on Charley, a middle-aged black woman with a drug habit, who happened to be the mother of an America Idol finalist, and what press she got came from that.

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