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Missing woman Stacy Peterson found, there was a metal ring on the plastic barrel, this is why the metal detector picked it up. He is the location on the DD, midwest recycling company, the truck with tank on the back, psychic finds Stacy too? 8157412090 show his picture, sand up to the fence, numbers, he too his id, neck, (again, this psychic is not me nor do I know the psychic nor do I need any credit for helping solve the case)
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n late October, cities and towns around the country were all tricked out in Halloween decorations. Up and down the neighborhoods, families prepared for fright night.
But this year, the village of Bolingbrook, a Chicago suburb, was plunged into a real-life mystery far more chilling than any Halloween haunting could ever be.
On Oct. 28, Stacy Peterson, 23 years old -- wife, mother, sister -- suddenly vanished. She went missing and is yet to be found.
Her husband Drew said she'd run off with another man.
Drew Peterson: I’m still in love with Stacy and I miss her, so... (he puts up hand and walks away)
But her family suspected foul play and launched a massive search.
Volunteers combed through forests and fields. Police took to the air and the water.
But it wouldn't go away. As the days dragged by with no sign of Stacy -- and no word from her either -- the questions piled up. So did the suspicions and the speculation about the role of Stacy’s husband Drew. He says all the attention forced him to speak out.
Drew Peterson: I’m really being portrayed as a monster here. Nobody's defending me. Nobody's stepping up to say, "No, he's a decent guy. He helps people. He does this. He does that." So somebody's got to say something.
Tonight we'll hear from Drew Peterson, along with other family members and friends, as we try to piece together what really happened to Stacy Peterson.
Drew Peterson: I don't believe she's missing. I believe she's where she wants to be.
Drew Peterson was one of Bolingbrook’s finest -- a police sergeant with more than two decades of experience -- when he met Stacy in 2001. At the time Peterson was 47 years old. Stacy, a high-school graduate, was just 17 -- 30 years his junior.
Hoda Kotb: I know people said, "What’s going on there?"
Drew Peterson: Sure.
But Peterson says he squared the age gap with Stacy.
Drew Peterson: I said, "Do you mind that I’m 47?" and she goes, "Do you mind that I’m 17?" Just like, kind of like, a weird feeling. But I-- she was beautiful. And it was exciting having a young, beautiful woman interested in me. And I purSued the relationship.
And, he says, Stacy did too.
Drew Peterson: Every time I tried to get out of the relationship, she would purSue me. Leaving little roses and notes on my car and stuff. So it was like it was exciting. So--
Hoda Kotb: So was it love like that?
Drew Peterson: Pretty quick. Pretty quick. So--
Hoda Kotb: So the relationship started. She was like a kid, I mean, in a way. Just very naive.
Drew Peterson: Well. she was very mature for her age in a lot of senses because she had a very tough upbringing.
Stacy Ann Cales was the third of five children born to Anthony and Christie Cales. Two siblings died young. Court records show that Stacy’s mom was in and out of trouble with the law. Her mother took off for good in 1998 and her dad began moving the family.