Remember Colleen Stan’s letter to me that I posted on this blog? Well, Cameron Hooker has been denied parole. The letters worked! He won’t get another chance at parole for 15 years and who knows, maybe by then he’ll be dead. He’s over 60 right now.
Per the NCMEC: George Barksdale finally has an age-progression, to 48 years (although right now he would be fifty). Now if only they could get a better quality photo of him. I was able to enhance the picture somewhat for his Charley Project casefile but it still leaves a lot to be desired. It looks like it got scanned from a newspaper.
The 46th anniversary of George’s disappearance is on April 21, four days from now.
This week’s Flashback Friday is Diane Webb, nee White, an eighteen-year-old who disappeared under unclear circumstances sometime in 1960. If the information on her casefile is to be taken at face value (that is, if you believe her husband’s story), it would appear that Diane didn’t meet with foul play but simply left of her own accord and lost touch with her loved ones. She may not even know anyone’s looking for her.
If Diane is still alive, she would be 73 years old in on April 20.