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Lovace Simmons Went Missing After Attending Party In 1998

She vanished two days after Christmas.

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The mystery surrounding the disappearance of Lovace Simmons continues to stump investigators. Few details have been made publicly available, but as I’ve done before, I’ve pulled together as much information as possible.

Two days after Christmas on Sunday, December 27, 1998, it’s reported that 22-year-old Lovace Simmons celebrated the holiday season by spending time with her boyfriend. She attended a party held at his Chicago, Illinois home, and was seen by partygoers leaving the residence. Lovace reportedly stated that she was going straight home. However, her employer raised an alarm after Lovace didn’t report to work the following day on Monday.

Lovace Simmons has never been seen or heard from again.

At the time of her disappearance, Lovace was described as being 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 8 inches tall and 135 to 145 pounds. She had dark brown hair and brown eyes. She reportedly has a pea-sized birthmark on her chin. Her mode of transportation or the clothing she was last seen wearing hasn’t been shared.

Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact the Chicago Police Department 312-744-8200 or their local authorities.

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Milwaukee Jane Doe: Body Found Floating In River In 1982

Her death was classified as an “accidental drowning,” but she has gone unidentified.

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It is always unbelievable when a young person found deceased goes unidentified, especially for decades. In the Spring of 1982 on March 16, it is reported that an off-duty firefighter made his way to the Milwaukee River to check on his boat. It was there that he came across the remains of a young woman—later named Milwaukee Jane Doe—floating between two metal barrels on the pier. Medical examiners did their best to pull identifiers with the hopes of finding out who she may be, but in the decades that have followed, authorities don’t seem any closer to learning Jane Doe’s name. (more…)

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