5 Frightening Missing Children Cases
Close to 800,000 children go missing in the United States each and every year. Some are found, others are recovered months or even years, and still others vanish without a trace at all. The cases on this list present some scary, true stories of kids that have never been found. These are 5 Frightening Missing Children Cases.
5. Mikelle Biggs
Minutes passed and still no truck. 9 yr old Kimberly Biggs felt cold and was getting annoyed as she stood on the street corner of their neighborhood in Mesa, Arizona on January 2, 1999. She told her big sister, Mikelle Biggs who was (11), that he was going back inside to get a coat. It was dusk but the sisters were waiting by the street intersection for the ice cream truck to arrive.
4. Morgan Nick
It was the first time in awhile since Colleen Nick and her eldest child, Morgan had had any mother-daughter bonding time. On June 9, 1995, the two headed to Alma, Arkansas, a small town 30 minutes away from their home to watch a Little League Baseball game. Colleen had friends in the area and Morgan’s grandmother happily watched over Logan, Morgan’s 4 year old brother, and 22-month old sister, Taryn.
3. Peter Warren & David Spencer
A day after Christmas in 1996, bestfriends, 13 yr old David Spencer and 11 yr old Patrick Warren left their homes in Chelmsley Wood, England. In the afternoon, they were seen by police officers playing at a frozen pond. The officer told them it was dangerous and told them to go home. David arrived home close to midnight after roaming the neighborhood. He told his mother he and Patrick were going to spend the night at Patrick’s brother’s home, just a short walk away.
2. Sabrina Aisenberg
In 1997 Steve and Marlene Aisenberg from Tampa, Florida were happily married with three kids. Their eldest, William, was 8 years old, Monica, 4, and their youngest, Sabrina, was just 5 months old. On November 23, the couple tucked their children into bed for the evening. Marlene checked in on Sabrina at around midnight, making sure she was still asleep.
1. Laureen Rahn
Shortly after midnight on April 26, 1980, Judith Rahn stepped inside her apartment on Merrimack Street in Manchester, New Hamshire. Every hallway light was out in their three story apartment building which she found odd. Judith had returned from a tennis tournament out of town and Normally, her daughter, 14-year old, Laureen, would tag along but skipped this particular event.