Three years ago on Monday

I found this article about Alyssa Angelique McLemore, who disappeared on April 9, 2009. At the time of her disappearance, her mother was dying, and when her mom passed on April 12 Alyssa didn’t get in touch with her family or attend the funeral. Even more disturbingly, there was a 911 call placed on her cell and a female voice asked for help, but then the phone got disconnected and they couldn’t trace its location.

Alyssa left behind a toddler-age daughter, who is now being jointly raised by her grandmother and former boyfriend. Obviously, the circumstances of her disappearance indicate foul play.

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6 thoughts on “Three years ago on Monday

  1. Justin April 7, 2012 / 10:05 pm

    Off subject. Saw this video about China’s Lost Girls.

    Ever since China developed their single child policy in order to stem their overpopulation, there has been a great deal of gender selection in favor of boys with many, if not most parents either aborting when the fetus is discovered to be female, hiding away their daughters when they are born, or put them up in orphanages so their parents can try again for a son. Almost all of adoptions from China to the United States are girls.

    However, after more than 20 years, there is now a problem with a lopsided male to female ratio in China with many men unable to find wives. This has historically led to the men being very warlike and contemptuous of women since they don’t have many needs being met, which I strongly believe will have serious repercussions to the world because you will have several hundred million young Chinese men who are in the mood to kill something because they are not getting any. Lord knows I’ve been there. Not a good outlook for the world.

    Website is at http://www.snagfilms.com/films/title/chinas_lost_girls

  2. Kim April 8, 2012 / 3:32 am

    This is no surprise. The massive overpopulation of men in China has been well documented and will only get worse.

  3. frisda April 9, 2012 / 4:15 am

    who drops out of school in their sophmore year AND get knocked up at 17???

    • Meaghan April 9, 2012 / 4:18 am

      In the future, please note that this blog is not the place for going around and making judgmental remarks about people who are missing. Alyssa might have made some poor choices, but it doesn’t look like her education or her daughter had anything to do with her later disappearance, and right now the only thing that matters is that she’s missing and her family needs to know what happened to her.

  4. Princess Shantae April 9, 2012 / 9:40 am

    Besides which it sure isn’t unusual to drop out of school and get pregnant at seventeen. Its not even interesting anymore.

  5. Erin Story April 10, 2012 / 3:52 pm

    it doesn’t matter if she dropped out or got knocked up. this is one of her close friends. She adored her daughter and is a great mother. We need answers not putdowns at this point. 3 years is too long to not have an answer. There are many of us that love and miss her daily.
    http://www.kentreporter.com/news/146488695.html

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