Flora Vanishes After Husband Drops Her Off At Dr. Office, Miraculously Found After 42 Years
Finding a missing person was an age-old concern, but it happens again these days. The fate of the missing person is still unknown until you know the truth.
On 3rd of August, 1975, Flora Stevens, a 36-year-old woman from New York had scheduled to appoint at Monticello Community Hospital as a doctor. She was employed as a chambermaid and waitress at a nearby hotel called the Concord Resort.
She was drooped off by her husband. Her husband directly filed a missing person’s report, which then detected with Art Hawker, Monticello Police Department, onto the issue.
Hawker directly took the case, and checked Flora’s fellows at the Concord Resort. With no avail.
The Violent Criminal Apprehension Program was also checked by Hawker to see if they could help. Her husband died in 1985, and there is a lack of Flora’s living relatives affected on the case in a negative way. But, a detective from the Sullivan County Sheriff’s office, Rich Morgan, used the technology to solve the case. He had spoken with a colleague, who said that he would discover sounded like they could be Flora’s.
That lack of success that had frustrated Hawker also was felt by individuals who kept tabs on the case over the decades. Despite forensic advancements like DNA detection, the lack of living relatives, other than Flora’s husband who died in 1985, was one more fork in the road that went nowhere.
Morgan followed that trail which led him to an assisted-living center in Lowell, Massachusetts, and he met Flora Harris, a woman with dementia, there. He showed the 78-year-old some items and photos from her past life. Surprisingly, she was able to realized identification badge that she wore when she was working at the Concord Resort. We all happy to solve this missing person case, and we also hope that the other 85,000 cases will be also solved.