When Korrina Sagers Malinoski didn't show up for her job at a convenience store on November 21, 1987, her boss began looking for her. He found her car parked near the gated entrance to Mount Holly Plantation. Her husband was a maintenance worker there and they lived in one of the cabins. This is how Korrina looked in 1987:
According to Korrina's husband, she left the caretaker's cabin where they lived between 11 and 11:30 p.m. on the 20th, saying she was going for a drive. She was never seen again.
Almost one year later, Korrina's daughter was waiting outside the plantation at a bus stop, her dog at her side. Annette Sagers was only 12 years old at the time:
When the bus showed up at 7:20 a.m., Annette wasn't there. Her father found a note later that day, reading:
"Dad, momma came back. Give the boys a hug."
A handwriting analyst confirmed the handwriting was Annette's. "The boys" mentioned in the note were Annette's brothers, who were safe and sound. This is an age-progression photo of how Annette would look at 33 years of age:
Did Annette's mom really come back for her? Or was the note written by someone who kidnapped her? What do you think happened to Korrina and Annette?
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