Several months ago Adam Mayes was in national headlines when Tennessee woman Jo Ann Bain and her daughters went missing. It was believed from the beginning that the woman and girls were in the company of Mayes, but the case took a grim turn when the bodies of Jo Ann Bain and her eldest daughter were dug up at his home in Mississippi -- where his wife and mother were arrested.
Here it is now, feeling like almost an eternity later, and the details behind this kidnapping have turned in a shocking story of forbidden love and what some may call a "fatal attraction," that ruined the lives of several innocent people.
The wife of Adam Mayes revealed a slew of new details regarding the abduction and murder of Jo Ann Bain and her oldest daughter, which turned into the kidnapping of her two youngest children Alexandra Bain and Kyliyah Bain.
She said that Mayes was in love with 12-year-old Alexandra, and that he had plotted for a year to abduct her and her eight-year-old sister Kyliyah. His intentions were to kidnap Alexandra and run to Mexico with her -- where the two of them would raise her eight year old sister as their daughter. Pretty sickening, right? Let this story sink in for a second before you continue reading. This grown man of well over 30 had plans to force a 12-year-old girl to be with him and raise her little sister, who is only four years younger, as their daughter.
His wife also claims that murders of Jo Ann and her 14-year-old daughter were planned from the beginning as well, and that they had also planned on killing the father with a poisoned drink, but it didn't work. This is a huge difference from the story that was being told through the media several months ago -- that Adam believed the girls to be his. Hell, the girls even look like him in a way, so that made more sense than these claims. Could his wife be telling the truth? Unfortunately this may be the only story ever told, as the man killed himself after the manhunt for him and the girls closed in beyond his control. The girls were released, and are apparently doing well.