A missing Louisiana woman has been found safe after being gone for almost a week. The disappearance of 28-year-old Summer McWhine was instantly suspicious, as her family indicated that it wasn't in her nature to vanish like she had. Surveillance footage had also put her in a McDonald's restaurant near her home, where she was seen talking to two unidentified people before disappearing. Over the course of her brief case, she was compared to such women as Mickey Shunick, who vanished from the Lafayette area and still has not been found. Fortunately for her story, it's been concluded on a positive note while Michaela Shunick is still gone.
Sources are not commenting on what circumstances the woman was found, but it's being reported that Summer McWhiney was not evidently a victim of any foul play. She was apparently not abducted, then. That's good news, but this is a rarity among recent cases of missing women. When petite, blonde, and attractive girls vanish in the Midwest and South lately, it's under obvious elements of foul play. This makes it harder to have positive feelings when another woman vanishes. Luckily she is back home with her family, and hopefully she realizes how worried everyone gets when she doesn't stay in touch with those who love her.
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