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Shirley Anne Gladney Disappeared After Going For a Walk In 1999

She knew exactly where she was going and how to get there, but she was never seen again.

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Shirley Anne Gladney

It was a typical Spring day when Shirley Anne Gladney walked out of her Okolona, Mississippi, home. She was making her way to the Electric Department to pay her electricity bill. Instead of driving, the 20-year-old decided to walk to the office since it wasn’t that far away.

Shirley has never been seen or heard from again and her loved ones have been left with the mystery of what may have happened to her.

Although April 9, 1999, was the last day anyone physically saw Shirley, the young woman wasn’t reported missing until three days later. Very few details have been made available in regards to Shirley’s disappearance, and there hasn’t been any news coverage in recent years, if ever.

At the time of her disappearance, Shirley was 5 feet 7 inches tall and 125 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair, brown eyes, and both of her ears are pierced. It is unknown what she was wearing when she left her home. The exact circumstances regarding her last day and movements remain unclear.

Anyone with information about Shirley’s disappearance is urged to contact the Chickasaw Police Department at 662-447-5781, 662-456-3513, or their local authorities.

Please share this story to continue the conversation about what happened to Shirley Anne Gladney. No matter how long it has been or how little information has been made public, she is still our sister and her life matters.


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1990s

Beatrice Green, 38: Last Seen At Tennessee Home In 1994

When she didn’t show up at her sister’s home, her loved ones grew concerned.

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Her life may have been unconventional, but the routine seemed to have worked for Beatrice Green. The 38-year-old has been described as a drifter, often falling out of contact with her family for weeks at a time. However, Beatrice would always eventually contact someone to let them know that she was safe, and each month, she was known to visit her sister’s home. Beatrice’s welfare checks were sent there monthly, so she would make sure to stop by and pick up her mail. (more…)

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