Two Sisters Vanish: The Mysterious 1985 Disappearance of Rozlin and Fawn Abell

It was a beautiful summer day on July 25, 1985. Two sisters, Rozlin Rochelle Abell, 18, and younger sister Fawn Marlene Abell, 15, were last seen at their home in the vicinity of 59th and Rockwell in Bethany, Oklahoma. Rozlin had told her parents she was going to look for a job that afternoon.

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A veteran crime victim advocate who loves to write. Founder and CEO of the National Center for Missing Adults from 1994–2010.

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