The disappearance of Mickey Shunick is on day 23 and searches for her are continuing. Sadly there don't appear to be any investigative updates in the missing anthropology student's case, which reeks of the familiarity of other cases in the southern United States.
Aside from Mickey Shunick missing for nearly one month, it appears that the headquarters for her searches will no longer be located at the Blackham Coliseum. The new location is not yet known, but should be made available in the next day or so. As for the missing college student, there is just no telling what is going on with her case. Earlier last week, it was feared that dismembered human remains that washed ashore in Mississippi could belong to her, but they have since been identified as missing woman Jaren Lockhart of New OrleansÂ—which is just over two hours from Lafayette, Louisiana.
It's unlikely that these two cases are connected by the geography is perplexing. It's also unnerving to see the similarities of evidence between the disappearance of Michaela Shunick and so many other attractive young women in the southern and midwestern United States. Police in Bloomington, Indiana claim that there is no connection between her case and the disappearance of Lauren Spierer, but what about other girls in the region?
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