This week’s case, selected by B., is Jesse Warren Ross, missing from Chicago, Illinois since November 21, 2006. A sophomore at the University of Missouri, he was in Chicago with the Model United Nations when he apparently vanished into thin air. Nobody saw anything. Nobody heard anything. No signs of foul play, but no sign that he left on his own either. Jesse was just gone. He was 19 years old, and would be 27 today.
I don’t have much on him, and haven’t been able to find any recent news. This is a case that has puzzled people for eight years now. Jesse’s father, Donald Ross, woke a book called Where’s Opie?: Life Goes On which you can buy on Amazon. It’s exceptionally cheap if you have Kindle; I’ll have to pick up a copy.