Kym L. Pasqualini is the founder and former CEO of Nation's Missing Children Organization and National Center for Missing Adults.
Stacy McCall, Sherrill Levitt, and Suzanne "Suzi" Streeter
Suzanne Streeter, 19, along with her mother, Sherrill Levitt, 47, and best friend Stacy McCall, 18, all vanished June 7, 1992, from Springfield, Missouri. The girls had planned on staying at a hotel in Branson, Mo., then visit the White-Water amusement park in the morning. Stacy called her mother to tell her they instead decided to stay at a friend’s home in Battlefield, Mo. After the police were called due to a noise complaint, the two girls head over to Sherrill’s house to spend the rest of the night. Sherill had been home that evening and the girls arrived at approximately 2:15 a.m.
The following morning, their friends tried to reach Stacy and Suzanne at the mother’s residence, phoning and stopping by, but they could not be located. All the women’s personal belongings were found inside the home but the three were never found. The only physical evidence left at the scene was a broken porch light.
If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Suzanne Streeter, Stacy McCall or Sherrill Levitt, please call the Springfield Police Department at 417-864-1810.
Corinna Slusser, 19, was last seen in the early morning hours of September 20, 2017, at the Haven Motel in Queens, New York. Two months earlier in July, Corinna contacted her mother and told her that she had met a man who had offered her a place to stay in New York City. She immediately left with only her cell phone, identification, and the clothes on her back.
Corrina was on Facebook and Instagram daily, but all social media activity has since stopped. Her family fears Corinna has been kidnapped into sex trafficking. NYPD says the investigation is ongoing.
If you have any information about the disappearance of Corinna Slusser, please call NYPD at 800-577-TIPS (8477).
Elaine Park, 20, vanished during the early morning of January 28, 2017, in Calabasas, Calif. Elaine had driven to her on-again/off-again boyfriend’s home to stay the night but he told authorities that Elaine had a panic attack around 4 a.m. the following morning. He said he tried to get her to stay at his home, but she left in her vehicle.
Three days later Elaine’s 2015 Honda Accord was found abandoned on the shoulder of Pacific Coast Highway unlocked with the keys still in the ignition. Authorities found her cell phone and other personal belongings inside the car.
If you have any information about the disappearance of Elaine Park, please call the Glendale Police Department at 818-548-4911.
Stacy Smart, 51, has been missing from the small Trinity County town of Lewiston, California. According to the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office, she vanished October 12, 2016, from the home she shared with her boyfriend.
Stacey’s daughter Nicole Santos said her mother usually celebrated Halloween with her but when she didn’t show up at her home that night, Santos went looking for her the following day and found out her mother’s friends had not seen her for weeks. Trinity County Sheriff’s Office says the investigation is ongoing.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Stacey Smart, please call the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office at 530-623-3740.
Logan Schiendelman, 19, vanished May 19, 2016, from Tumwater, Washington. Raised by his grandmother, she pinged his cell phone that revealed Logan was in the area of his mother in Olympia. Further activity on his phone indicated he had driven south on Interstate 5, then back north, then south again, then north, then south again.
His black 1996 Chrysler Sebring was later found abandoned on Interstate 5 between Tumwater and Maytown. Several drivers called 911 describing a man jumping out of his vehicle and running into the woods. Foul play has not been ruled out in this case. There is a $10,000 reward for information leading to his whereabouts.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Logan Schiendelman, please call the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office at 360-786-5599.
Jasmine Moody, 18, a nursing student at Texas Women’s University, went missing on December 4, 2014, from Detroit, Michigan. Jasmine had met a woman through social media and traveled from her home in Texas to Detroit to visit the woman and her family for the Thanksgiving holiday. On the evening of December 4, Jasmine and the woman for into an argument about Jasmine’s social media posts and has never been seen again. The woman told authorities that Jasmine had left her home and ran out into the cold leaving her cell phone, purse and identification at the home. Foul play is suspected in this case.
There is a $2,500.00 reward for information that leads to the whereabouts of Jasmine.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Jasmine Moody, please call the Detroit Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.
Kristen Modafferi, 18, vanished on June 23, 1997, in San Francisco, California. Kristen was an industrial design major at North Carolina University and traveled to San Francisco to attend a summer photography course at the University of California at Berkeley. She was employed part-time at Spinelli’s coffee shop at the Crocker Galleria in the financial district of San Francisco. She also worked at Café Musee inside the Museum of Modern Art on the weekends.
On June 23, Kristen asked a coworker at Spinelli’s for directions to Baker Beach which is located next to Land’s End Beach west of the city. Her shift ended at 3:00 p.m. that day, but she was seen on the second level of the Galleria with an unidentified blonde woman. That woman has never been identified.
Despite thousands of leads and appearances on national television shows, nothing has led to information that would lead to Kristen. Police say the investigation is ongoing.
If you have any information about the disappearance of Kristen Modafferi, please call Oakland Police Department at 510-238-6341.
Charlene Voight, 36, had just graduated from Cal Poly Pomona with a degree in Landscape Architecture and excited to start in her new career path. She decided to pursue her career and relationship and travel from California to Littleton, Colorado, and move in with her boyfriend.
After not hearing from Charlene for several days, her parents reported her missing on July 8, 2016. Her car was found abandoned in a gravel lot about a block from the apartment complex she had been living in with her boyfriend. A few weeks after Charlene vanished, her boyfriend was arrested on unrelated charges of sexual assault involving another woman.
Authorities searched a Commerce City landfill in March following her disappearance, but the search ended after four months. Police never made public what prompted them to conduct a search. Charlene’s was not recovered; however, they did locate some of her clothes, now undergoing DNA testing to see if they link to a suspect in her disappearance.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Charlene Voight, please call Littleton Police Department at 303-794-1551.
This content reflects the personal opinions of the author. It is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and should not be substituted for impartial fact or advice in legal, political, or personal matters.
© 2019 Kym L Pasqualini
Kym L Pasqualini (author) from Carefree, AZ on November 03, 2019:
Paula, thank you so much for your comments! Yes, it is mindblowing to me too. Even after working in this field for over 25 years, each case still perplexes me. What is also so tragic, is as the years sometimes go by, we lose parents along the way. They pass without ever knowing what happened. My promise to them is to ensure the missing are never forgotten.
Suzie from Carson City on November 01, 2019:
Kym...I don't think we (the general public) have any idea how very many people go missing daily! It's mind-blowing to me. More perplexing are those who never reappear or are found (alive, harmed or dead) and simply remain mysteries for years. This is an unbearable & heart-wrenching situation for any loved one to bear.
Your article is an important reminder..not only reporting on the missing but to all your readers to be ever vigilant while cognizant of this terrible reality. We just never know.
The only good news would be for these cases to be solved.....certainly on a positive note or at least in some way to bring closure for those who have searched, hoped and prayed for so long. Peace, Paula
Kieran Clarke from Newton Abbot on August 23, 2019:
Thank you for producing this article, it proves that every individual has not been forgotten and there are many who hope and pray they are found. Heartbreaking to read, inclined to think the worse, although miracles can and do happen. Just as sad to think that there are some who walk amongst us on this world, that perhaps know the truth.