Gone, How Far Would You Go?

I have heard of so many cases where a loved one has gone missing. There’s one in particular that has stayed with me through the years.

The disappearance of Heather Teague. She was just a few years younger than me. She was 23 years old when she disappeared. She went to a local beach by the river and was abducted while sunbathing. Evidence led them to Marvin Ray Dill.

Following up on tips, the police went to question Dill. Dill told his wife to vacate their property when they arrived. He then committed suicide. During the Grand Jury against Dill, his widow invoked her Fifth Amendment rights, refusing to answer any questions regarding the disappearance of Heather.

There are a couple other suspects in Heather’s disappearance. One theory was that Dill had one of these men as an accomplice in Heather’s kidnapping.

In 2013, Heather’s Mom filed suit against local, federal and state authorities. Alleging a cover-up. Litigation is still pending in the case.

To this day, her disappearance is unsolved. Foul play is suspected due to circumstances behind her disappearance. She has been legally declared deceased.

I honestly don’t know what I’d do if this was my daughter. Nobody in the tristate area has forgotten about Heather. It is in the news every year. Her Mom keeps fighting for authorities to find the truth. I back her 100% on this. When it comes to our babies, we fight! She couldn’t prevent what happened to Heather. Nobody could. Bad things happen in this world unfortunately. Monsters are real. They are disguised as human beings.

I still say a prayer from time to time that her family gets the answers they seek. I feel like the loss of a child has to be one of the worst pains in this world. No matter what the circumstances. But to not have closure has to be a special kind of hell.

The first link has information about Heather’s disappearance and contact numbers if you have any information.



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