Well, isn’t this the week for finding missing people’s cars!

The vehicle Pamella Jackson and Cheryl Miller were driving at the time of their disappearances has turned up in Bule Creek. I don’t know anything more than that, whether their bodies were inside, nothing.

But, awesome all the same.

4 thoughts on “Well, isn’t this the week for finding missing people’s cars!

  1. Julie September 23, 2013 / 11:42 pm

    Just emailed you about this. Guess I should’ve checked the blog first! Man, you’re always right on top of the news, lol.

  2. M86 September 24, 2013 / 2:35 am

    I’ve always thought David Lykken was responsible, just from what I’ve heard about the case. If the girls are inside the car, I suppose there is a possibility it was an accident, considering the car was found near a bridge, and I assume, a road (most likely a gravel one, which are tricky to drive on).

    Here’s a couple links from the local news stations with video:



    The video from KSFY includes an interview with someone who lives right by where the car was found.

    I really hope this will provide some closure. I’m still convinced Lykken is behind it though.

    • Meaghan September 24, 2013 / 9:16 am

      The fact that the vehicle was found upside down would, I think, seem to indicate an accident — that is, the car flipping and landing in the river.

  3. Peter Henderson Jr. October 18, 2013 / 3:01 pm

    Update; ‘Testing of car linked to missing Vermillion, S.D., girls points away from foul play’

    “ELK POINT, S.D. | A 1960 Studebaker believed linked to two Vermillion girls who went missing in 1971 was in high gear when it was retrieved from a Union county creek last month, an indication that foul play may not have been involved, a state official said Thursday.’


    The Sioux City Journal

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