Updates in the Holly Bobo case are sparse and lacking in real detail but they are updates nonetheless and people are desperately trying to figure out what happened to her. It appears that while the TBI and family members of Holly Bobo aren't speaking to the media, independent individuals are taking it upon themselves to remember Holly and join in on the search for clues in her disappearance.
Yesterday the self-appointed spokesperson to the Bobo family, Pastor Kevin Bromley, spoke to reporters covering the "Walk for Holly," event in Parsons. However, he didn't provide any information into the investigation of the 20-year old nursing student's disappearance. He extended to reporters that the Bobo family are growing more and more disheartened with each day that passes.
"They have good days and some not so good days. Obviously, they're hopeful each and every day." -- Kevin Bromley on the Bobo family.
While the family of Holly Bobo didn't appear to attend the 1.2 mile event, Bromley opened and closed the event with a religious prayer for Holly. The pastor expressed that the people of Parsons believe "God answers prayers."
As for independent investigations and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, things are conflicting. There have been no new leads discussed with the media but the Holly Bobo Search and Info page is sharing new leads every day. They need people in the Parsons area to aide in their efforts. This search endeavor will hopefully lead to more clues and transparency with the public, who are in dire need of answers.
Chelsea Hoffman is the author "Chloe and Louis," and two other novels. She resides in Las Vegas where she works as a freelance writer covering true crime stories and a myriad of other assorted works.