Holly Bobo, a 20-year-old nursing student from Darden, Tennessee, has been missing for close to a month now, and no real evidence has been shared by investigators. Her brother, Clint Bobo, 25, claims to be the last person to see the girl before she was allegedly led away from their property by a man clothed in camouflage hunting gear.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has been silent for the past few days regarding the search for this missing coed and evidence regarding whether she was really taken or not. They have analyzed blood found at the scene and have the results, but will not reveal them. On Easter weekend, they found a "significant" item that supposedly belongs to Holly Bobo, and also refuse to release information about this piece of evidence. Lately, the lack of updates in the Bobo case has really fueled fires at some discussion websites and in comments on published articles such as websleuths and blinkoncrime.com about the missing woman.
Could Clint Bobo know more than he is letting on? And why is the family keeping money from selling shirts depicting the missing girl? The whole fiasco reeks of suspicion, and it's astounding that not enough news sources are covering this. What happened to Holly Bobo, and why are investigators and her family being so suspicious, vague, and against the media? Investigators claim that they are searching through leads and have even been up to investigation as recently as Sunday, but who knows what's really going on?
(Photo source: CBS News)