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The Mystery Box

The Missing: Heather Elvis

It’s Crime O’Clock Somewhere

Heather Elvis

December 18th, 2013, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina was the last time anyone heard from 20-year old Heather Elvis. She vanished without a trace. She had a steady job, friends, and family who loved her, no one can think of any reason she would up and leave. She was close to her siblings, loved to color and sing privately in her bathroom. She was a free spirit, independent, and lived on her own. Although…

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