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Dream number 11073 13 September 2018 5 psychic prediction1 views todayTuesday, September 18th, 2018, sadness, so many died - Dream number 11073 13 September 2018 5
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My heart before and after surgery1 views todaySeptember 15th, 2018, two days before Aortic Valve Replacement Surgery with an On-x artificial valve. I just got back from a mile walk, heartbeat of 115 bpm. I've heard that with this new valve I'm going to hear a clicking noise for the rest of my wife....wonderful! Stay tuned
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Dream number 11075 14 September 2018 2 psychic prediction1 views todayJoan Leblanc found 47 4 food - Dream number 11075 14 September 2018 2
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Dream number 11076 14 September 2018 3 psychic prediction1 views todayHe took her, October 2018 trap door, house and license plate number. This event will not happen until next month - Dream number 11076 14 September 2018 3
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Dream number 11077 15 September 2018 1 psychic prediction1 views todayArieanna Day missing baby located here, not what they think. train, here, numbers (all dd's, censored) - Dream number 11077 15 September 2018 1
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September 22nd 217: This is the last time I trying to do this today. Aortic heart valve replacement surgery that I had on Tuesday, well it's been five days now since I was installed a new On-X aortic heart valve it seems to be going just fine I don’t like of the other news but the heart is good. God bless everybody Brian (PS This video were very hard on me emotional to make...sorry :)
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September 23rd 2018 screenshout of my news page by Brian Ladd1 views todayI'm back from open heart surgery, and I was clinically dead for over 2 hours!!
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Maddox Ritch missing boy found psychic Brian Ladd Maddox-Ritch-FBI-Poster-updated-2 20181 views today A 6-year-old with autism vanished during a family walk. The FBI is searching for him. A missing person poster for Maddox Ritch (FBI) By Lindsey Bever September 24 In an in­stant, it seemed, Mad­dox Ritch had dis­ap­peared. The 6-year-old boy, who has au­tism, was walk­ing with his fa­ther and another person Sat­ur­day at Ran­kin Lake Park in Gastonia, N.C., near Charlotte, when he took off running, his par­ents later told police. Gastonia spokeswoman Ra­chel Bag­ley told... Maddox Ritch , 6, loves his teddy bear, bouncy balls and going to the park, his mother told reporters Tuesday in her first public appearance after her son went missing. The child was last seen on Saturday at Rankin Lake Park in Gastonia. He was there with his father and another adult, officials said. Maddox has autism and does not speak, according to Gastonia police. In a tearful appeal, his mother asked anyone who was at the park Saturday to call the tip line at , even if they don’t believe they saw anything noteworthy. A 6-year-old with autism vanished during a family walk. The FBI is searching for him. A missing person poster for Maddox Ritch (FBI) By Lindsey Bever September 24 In an in­stant, it seemed, Mad­dox Ritch had dis­ap­peared. The 6-year-old boy, who has au­tism, was walk­ing with his fa­ther and another person Sat­ur­day at Ran­kin Lake Park in Gastonia, N.C., near Charlotte, when he took off running, his par­ents later told police. Gastonia spokeswoman Ra­chel Bag­ley told...
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Dream number 11103 26 September 2018 3 psychic prediction1 views todayOctober 1st, 2018 Breaking News, tunnel, fire, pipe, numbers - Dream number 11103 26 September 2018 3
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euromillions winning lottery numbers october 2018 brian ladd Dream number 11106 27 September 2018 1 psychic prediction1 views todayDream from September 27th of 2018 EXACTLY matched the winning numbers of the November 5th, 2018 EuroMillions lottery!!
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Dream number 11134 5 October 2018 2 psychic prediction1 views todaySarah Stern boyfriend, by Brick Township Highschool - Dream number 11134 5 October 2018 2
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SARAH STERN MISSING IS ALIVE 3CCFB24600000578-4190300-IMAGE-A-71 1486192945879 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADD1 views todayiam McAtasney is likely to stand trial in Sarah Stern's murder in September after his new defense attorney said he doesn't plan to appeal a ruling allowing a jury to view a recording of his client confessing to the crime.

PREVIOUSLY: Judge rules jury can watch Liam McAtasney's videotaped confession

Superior Court Judge Richard W. English ruled late Friday that the videotaped confession can be shown to a jury. The videotape reportedly shows McAtasney telling an acquaintance that he choked the 19-year-old Stern, stole a safe from her Neptune City home and disposed of her body off of the Belmar Bridge in 2016.

McAtasney's defense attorney, Carlos Diaz Cobo, who only recently got into the case, said he won't appeal the judge's ruling.


SARAH STERN MURDER CASE

Timeline of the Sarah Stern case
Court releases Sarah Stern dash cam video, 911 call
'I'm numb.' Sarah Stern's father talks after plea in murder case
'No body' cases can be proved, experts say
Community shocked as Sarah Stern's friends charged in killing
'Massive search' for Neptune City teen
English, at a conference Monday at which he reiterated Friday's ruling, scheduled the next conference in the case for June 18 and announced a potential trial date for the second week of September.

Meanwhile, the victim's father, Michael Stern, who attended the conference, said a small group of family and friends held a memorial atop the Belmar bridge on Saturday to commemorate what would have been Sarah's 21st birthday.

"We just wanted to do something for Sarah's birthday,'' he said after Monday's court proceeding. "We press onward.''

Diaz-Cobo said he plans to review the voluminous evidence in the criminal case with his client and, after that, "we'll make a decision on how we want to go forward.'' He said he expects a trial date of Sept. 10.

Authorities allege that McAtasney, 20, of Neptune City, strangled his former high school classmate in her home on Dec. 2, 2016, stole about $10,000 from her and, with the help of his roommate, Preston Taylor, drove her body to the Belmar bridge and dumped it in the Shark River, leaving her car atop the span to make it look like she committed suicide.


Stern's body has never been recovered.

Stern's disappearance remained a mystery until Anthony Curry, an acquaintance of McAtasney, came forward to authorities in January 2017 and told them of a conversation McAtasney had with him the previous Thanksgiving. Curry told authorities that McAtasney, in the Thanksgiving conversation, outlined a plan to kill Stern, steal some money she recently came into and throw her body off the bridge.

On Jan, 31, 2017, Curry met McAtasney in Bradley Beach and recorded a conversation in which McAtasney reportedly confessed to doing just that.

McAtasney's previous attorneys, Charles Moriarty and Kevin Moriarty, filed motions last year seeking to exclude McAtasney's confession, as well as phone calls and Snapchat and text messages between Curry and McAtasney.

Ruling that the recording and messages could be presented to a jury, English said that McAtasney appeared boastful as he told Curry the story of what happened to Stern.

McAtasney and Taylor, who was Stern's date for the junior prom, were arrested and charged with Stern's murder the day after Curry recorded the confession.

Taylor, 20, of Neptune, has admitted helping McAtasney dispose of the body and has agreed to testify against his former roommate.

English said the next court date in June will be the deadline for McAtasney to take a plea bargain. If he doesn't, a September trial date is likely to be set, the judge said.

McAtasney faces life in prison without the possibility of release on parole if he is convicted of Stern's murder.
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SARAH STERN MISSING IS ALIVE IMAGES Q3DTBN AND9GCQR2XKTVPSTO1SKHFCMEOFLI2-XWXC-8XCPZUXGJULUOQQ0ORUB PSYCHIC BRIAN LADD1 views todayiam McAtasney is likely to stand trial in Sarah Stern's murder in September after his new defense attorney said he doesn't plan to appeal a ruling allowing a jury to view a recording of his client confessing to the crime.

PREVIOUSLY: Judge rules jury can watch Liam McAtasney's videotaped confession

Superior Court Judge Richard W. English ruled late Friday that the videotaped confession can be shown to a jury. The videotape reportedly shows McAtasney telling an acquaintance that he choked the 19-year-old Stern, stole a safe from her Neptune City home and disposed of her body off of the Belmar Bridge in 2016.

McAtasney's defense attorney, Carlos Diaz Cobo, who only recently got into the case, said he won't appeal the judge's ruling.


SARAH STERN MURDER CASE

Timeline of the Sarah Stern case
Court releases Sarah Stern dash cam video, 911 call
'I'm numb.' Sarah Stern's father talks after plea in murder case
'No body' cases can be proved, experts say
Community shocked as Sarah Stern's friends charged in killing
'Massive search' for Neptune City teen
English, at a conference Monday at which he reiterated Friday's ruling, scheduled the next conference in the case for June 18 and announced a potential trial date for the second week of September.

Meanwhile, the victim's father, Michael Stern, who attended the conference, said a small group of family and friends held a memorial atop the Belmar bridge on Saturday to commemorate what would have been Sarah's 21st birthday.

"We just wanted to do something for Sarah's birthday,'' he said after Monday's court proceeding. "We press onward.''

Diaz-Cobo said he plans to review the voluminous evidence in the criminal case with his client and, after that, "we'll make a decision on how we want to go forward.'' He said he expects a trial date of Sept. 10.

Authorities allege that McAtasney, 20, of Neptune City, strangled his former high school classmate in her home on Dec. 2, 2016, stole about $10,000 from her and, with the help of his roommate, Preston Taylor, drove her body to the Belmar bridge and dumped it in the Shark River, leaving her car atop the span to make it look like she committed suicide.


Stern's body has never been recovered.

Stern's disappearance remained a mystery until Anthony Curry, an acquaintance of McAtasney, came forward to authorities in January 2017 and told them of a conversation McAtasney had with him the previous Thanksgiving. Curry told authorities that McAtasney, in the Thanksgiving conversation, outlined a plan to kill Stern, steal some money she recently came into and throw her body off the bridge.

On Jan, 31, 2017, Curry met McAtasney in Bradley Beach and recorded a conversation in which McAtasney reportedly confessed to doing just that.

McAtasney's previous attorneys, Charles Moriarty and Kevin Moriarty, filed motions last year seeking to exclude McAtasney's confession, as well as phone calls and Snapchat and text messages between Curry and McAtasney.

Ruling that the recording and messages could be presented to a jury, English said that McAtasney appeared boastful as he told Curry the story of what happened to Stern.

McAtasney and Taylor, who was Stern's date for the junior prom, were arrested and charged with Stern's murder the day after Curry recorded the confession.

Taylor, 20, of Neptune, has admitted helping McAtasney dispose of the body and has agreed to testify against his former roommate.

English said the next court date in June will be the deadline for McAtasney to take a plea bargain. If he doesn't, a September trial date is likely to be set, the judge said.

McAtasney faces life in prison without the possibility of release on parole if he is convicted of Stern's murder.
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SARAH STERN MISSING IS ALIVE IMAGES Q3DTBN AND9GCTHMTCJQIZV21YOMWOP6-6DA4FABTVM3CEZ4TTQEGWGTFLPBDO6DG PSYCHIC BRIAN LADD1 views todayiam McAtasney is likely to stand trial in Sarah Stern's murder in September after his new defense attorney said he doesn't plan to appeal a ruling allowing a jury to view a recording of his client confessing to the crime.

PREVIOUSLY: Judge rules jury can watch Liam McAtasney's videotaped confession

Superior Court Judge Richard W. English ruled late Friday that the videotaped confession can be shown to a jury. The videotape reportedly shows McAtasney telling an acquaintance that he choked the 19-year-old Stern, stole a safe from her Neptune City home and disposed of her body off of the Belmar Bridge in 2016.

McAtasney's defense attorney, Carlos Diaz Cobo, who only recently got into the case, said he won't appeal the judge's ruling.


SARAH STERN MURDER CASE

Timeline of the Sarah Stern case
Court releases Sarah Stern dash cam video, 911 call
'I'm numb.' Sarah Stern's father talks after plea in murder case
'No body' cases can be proved, experts say
Community shocked as Sarah Stern's friends charged in killing
'Massive search' for Neptune City teen
English, at a conference Monday at which he reiterated Friday's ruling, scheduled the next conference in the case for June 18 and announced a potential trial date for the second week of September.

Meanwhile, the victim's father, Michael Stern, who attended the conference, said a small group of family and friends held a memorial atop the Belmar bridge on Saturday to commemorate what would have been Sarah's 21st birthday.

"We just wanted to do something for Sarah's birthday,'' he said after Monday's court proceeding. "We press onward.''

Diaz-Cobo said he plans to review the voluminous evidence in the criminal case with his client and, after that, "we'll make a decision on how we want to go forward.'' He said he expects a trial date of Sept. 10.

Authorities allege that McAtasney, 20, of Neptune City, strangled his former high school classmate in her home on Dec. 2, 2016, stole about $10,000 from her and, with the help of his roommate, Preston Taylor, drove her body to the Belmar bridge and dumped it in the Shark River, leaving her car atop the span to make it look like she committed suicide.


Stern's body has never been recovered.

Stern's disappearance remained a mystery until Anthony Curry, an acquaintance of McAtasney, came forward to authorities in January 2017 and told them of a conversation McAtasney had with him the previous Thanksgiving. Curry told authorities that McAtasney, in the Thanksgiving conversation, outlined a plan to kill Stern, steal some money she recently came into and throw her body off the bridge.

On Jan, 31, 2017, Curry met McAtasney in Bradley Beach and recorded a conversation in which McAtasney reportedly confessed to doing just that.

McAtasney's previous attorneys, Charles Moriarty and Kevin Moriarty, filed motions last year seeking to exclude McAtasney's confession, as well as phone calls and Snapchat and text messages between Curry and McAtasney.

Ruling that the recording and messages could be presented to a jury, English said that McAtasney appeared boastful as he told Curry the story of what happened to Stern.

McAtasney and Taylor, who was Stern's date for the junior prom, were arrested and charged with Stern's murder the day after Curry recorded the confession.

Taylor, 20, of Neptune, has admitted helping McAtasney dispose of the body and has agreed to testify against his former roommate.

English said the next court date in June will be the deadline for McAtasney to take a plea bargain. If he doesn't, a September trial date is likely to be set, the judge said.

McAtasney faces life in prison without the possibility of release on parole if he is convicted of Stern's murder.
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SARAH STERN MISSING IS ALIVE NEW-JERSEY-STATE-POLICE-SEARCH-FOR-BODY-OF-MISSING-SARAH-STERN-D56D624AA74330EB PSYCHIC BRIAN LADD1 views todayiam McAtasney is likely to stand trial in Sarah Stern's murder in September after his new defense attorney said he doesn't plan to appeal a ruling allowing a jury to view a recording of his client confessing to the crime.

PREVIOUSLY: Judge rules jury can watch Liam McAtasney's videotaped confession

Superior Court Judge Richard W. English ruled late Friday that the videotaped confession can be shown to a jury. The videotape reportedly shows McAtasney telling an acquaintance that he choked the 19-year-old Stern, stole a safe from her Neptune City home and disposed of her body off of the Belmar Bridge in 2016.

McAtasney's defense attorney, Carlos Diaz Cobo, who only recently got into the case, said he won't appeal the judge's ruling.


SARAH STERN MURDER CASE

Timeline of the Sarah Stern case
Court releases Sarah Stern dash cam video, 911 call
'I'm numb.' Sarah Stern's father talks after plea in murder case
'No body' cases can be proved, experts say
Community shocked as Sarah Stern's friends charged in killing
'Massive search' for Neptune City teen
English, at a conference Monday at which he reiterated Friday's ruling, scheduled the next conference in the case for June 18 and announced a potential trial date for the second week of September.

Meanwhile, the victim's father, Michael Stern, who attended the conference, said a small group of family and friends held a memorial atop the Belmar bridge on Saturday to commemorate what would have been Sarah's 21st birthday.

"We just wanted to do something for Sarah's birthday,'' he said after Monday's court proceeding. "We press onward.''

Diaz-Cobo said he plans to review the voluminous evidence in the criminal case with his client and, after that, "we'll make a decision on how we want to go forward.'' He said he expects a trial date of Sept. 10.

Authorities allege that McAtasney, 20, of Neptune City, strangled his former high school classmate in her home on Dec. 2, 2016, stole about $10,000 from her and, with the help of his roommate, Preston Taylor, drove her body to the Belmar bridge and dumped it in the Shark River, leaving her car atop the span to make it look like she committed suicide.


Stern's body has never been recovered.

Stern's disappearance remained a mystery until Anthony Curry, an acquaintance of McAtasney, came forward to authorities in January 2017 and told them of a conversation McAtasney had with him the previous Thanksgiving. Curry told authorities that McAtasney, in the Thanksgiving conversation, outlined a plan to kill Stern, steal some money she recently came into and throw her body off the bridge.

On Jan, 31, 2017, Curry met McAtasney in Bradley Beach and recorded a conversation in which McAtasney reportedly confessed to doing just that.

McAtasney's previous attorneys, Charles Moriarty and Kevin Moriarty, filed motions last year seeking to exclude McAtasney's confession, as well as phone calls and Snapchat and text messages between Curry and McAtasney.

Ruling that the recording and messages could be presented to a jury, English said that McAtasney appeared boastful as he told Curry the story of what happened to Stern.

McAtasney and Taylor, who was Stern's date for the junior prom, were arrested and charged with Stern's murder the day after Curry recorded the confession.

Taylor, 20, of Neptune, has admitted helping McAtasney dispose of the body and has agreed to testify against his former roommate.

English said the next court date in June will be the deadline for McAtasney to take a plea bargain. If he doesn't, a September trial date is likely to be set, the judge said.

McAtasney faces life in prison without the possibility of release on parole if he is convicted of Stern's murder.
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SAMANTHA SAYERS IS ALIVE 002 HQDEFAULT PSYCHIC BRIAN LADD1 views todayMissing woman Samantha Sayers is alive.

Samantha Sayers, he is from Monroe Washington and works for a paper company. Her legs are broken and he is not letting her leave his basement.

Samantha Sayers, numbers, cot, locked stairs, this is where he is keeping her.

Samantha Sayers US 2, Monroe Washington (this is the man who took her after the accident, he is caring for her but not letting her go)

case details:


Search operations for a Seattle hiker missing since Aug. 1 have been suspended, officials said Thursday, but family and friends say they're not giving up.

Samantha Sayers, 28, went missing during a solo hike at Vesper Peak in the North Cascades in Washington state.

"We have exhausted all leads and tips," Sgt. John Adams of the Snohomish County sheriff's Search and Rescue unit told Seattle's Q13 FOX. “We’ve interviewed all witnesses who have come forward. We have checked and double-checked the possible routes we believe Sam could have taken."

Sayers' boyfriend, Kevin Dares, told Fox News that Vesper Peak was her favorite mountain. He wrote in a post in the "#findsamsayers" Facebook group that "Sam isn't gone and we haven't forgotten her."

Dares previously told Fox News that Sayers had lunch with an unidentified male prior to her disappearance. Dares said the man reached out to authorities after he learned of Sayer's disappearance.

The sheriff's office also told Q13 FOX that another hiker reported seeing Sayers at lunchtime the day of her hike at the 6,220-foot summit, and that "she had walked to the south, rather than east back to her car."




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SAMANTHA SAYERS IS ALIVE 4ED9759000000578-6028529-IMAGE-M-14 1533477761846 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADD1 views todayMissing woman Samantha Sayers is alive.

Samantha Sayers, he is from Monroe Washington and works for a paper company. Her legs are broken and he is not letting her leave his basement.

Samantha Sayers, numbers, cot, locked stairs, this is where he is keeping her.

Samantha Sayers US 2, Monroe Washington (this is the man who took her after the accident, he is caring for her but not letting her go)

case details:


Search operations for a Seattle hiker missing since Aug. 1 have been suspended, officials said Thursday, but family and friends say they're not giving up.

Samantha Sayers, 28, went missing during a solo hike at Vesper Peak in the North Cascades in Washington state.

"We have exhausted all leads and tips," Sgt. John Adams of the Snohomish County sheriff's Search and Rescue unit told Seattle's Q13 FOX. “We’ve interviewed all witnesses who have come forward. We have checked and double-checked the possible routes we believe Sam could have taken."

Sayers' boyfriend, Kevin Dares, told Fox News that Vesper Peak was her favorite mountain. He wrote in a post in the "#findsamsayers" Facebook group that "Sam isn't gone and we haven't forgotten her."

Dares previously told Fox News that Sayers had lunch with an unidentified male prior to her disappearance. Dares said the man reached out to authorities after he learned of Sayer's disappearance.

The sheriff's office also told Q13 FOX that another hiker reported seeing Sayers at lunchtime the day of her hike at the 6,220-foot summit, and that "she had walked to the south, rather than east back to her car."




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SAMANTHA SAYERS IS ALIVE 300X300 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADD1 views todayMissing woman Samantha Sayers is alive.

Samantha Sayers, he is from Monroe Washington and works for a paper company. Her legs are broken and he is not letting her leave his basement.

Samantha Sayers, numbers, cot, locked stairs, this is where he is keeping her.

Samantha Sayers US 2, Monroe Washington (this is the man who took her after the accident, he is caring for her but not letting her go)

case details:


Search operations for a Seattle hiker missing since Aug. 1 have been suspended, officials said Thursday, but family and friends say they're not giving up.

Samantha Sayers, 28, went missing during a solo hike at Vesper Peak in the North Cascades in Washington state.

"We have exhausted all leads and tips," Sgt. John Adams of the Snohomish County sheriff's Search and Rescue unit told Seattle's Q13 FOX. “We’ve interviewed all witnesses who have come forward. We have checked and double-checked the possible routes we believe Sam could have taken."

Sayers' boyfriend, Kevin Dares, told Fox News that Vesper Peak was her favorite mountain. He wrote in a post in the "#findsamsayers" Facebook group that "Sam isn't gone and we haven't forgotten her."

Dares previously told Fox News that Sayers had lunch with an unidentified male prior to her disappearance. Dares said the man reached out to authorities after he learned of Sayer's disappearance.

The sheriff's office also told Q13 FOX that another hiker reported seeing Sayers at lunchtime the day of her hike at the 6,220-foot summit, and that "she had walked to the south, rather than east back to her car."




SAMANTHA_SAYERS_IS_ALIVE_F433159A-F79E-422D-AFFD-F8804A3456F6_750X422__PSYCHIC_BRIAN_LADD.jpg
SAMANTHA SAYERS IS ALIVE F433159A-F79E-422D-AFFD-F8804A3456F6 750X422 PSYCHIC BRIAN LADD1 views todayMissing woman Samantha Sayers is alive.

Samantha Sayers, he is from Monroe Washington and works for a paper company. Her legs are broken and he is not letting her leave his basement.

Samantha Sayers, numbers, cot, locked stairs, this is where he is keeping her.

Samantha Sayers US 2, Monroe Washington (this is the man who took her after the accident, he is caring for her but not letting her go)

case details:


Search operations for a Seattle hiker missing since Aug. 1 have been suspended, officials said Thursday, but family and friends say they're not giving up.

Samantha Sayers, 28, went missing during a solo hike at Vesper Peak in the North Cascades in Washington state.

"We have exhausted all leads and tips," Sgt. John Adams of the Snohomish County sheriff's Search and Rescue unit told Seattle's Q13 FOX. “We’ve interviewed all witnesses who have come forward. We have checked and double-checked the possible routes we believe Sam could have taken."

Sayers' boyfriend, Kevin Dares, told Fox News that Vesper Peak was her favorite mountain. He wrote in a post in the "#findsamsayers" Facebook group that "Sam isn't gone and we haven't forgotten her."

Dares previously told Fox News that Sayers had lunch with an unidentified male prior to her disappearance. Dares said the man reached out to authorities after he learned of Sayer's disappearance.

The sheriff's office also told Q13 FOX that another hiker reported seeing Sayers at lunchtime the day of her hike at the 6,220-foot summit, and that "she had walked to the south, rather than east back to her car."




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