Missing Colorado teen Raven Cassidy Furlong contacted loved ones last night to tell them that she is not missing, and that she is fine. However, the moderators of the Facebook page set up to spread awareness about the teen's case feel that she might still be in danger. As you can see by the accompanying screenshot, the moderators of the page said that the teen sounded scared.
Earlier this week connections were drawn between the disappearances of Kara Nichols, Kelsie Jean Schelling and Raven Cassidy Furlong. However, Raven is now the only girl out of the three to reportedly call home and claim that she's safe. In the case of Kara Nichols, the only recent activity on her end are the various prostitution ads that have circulated online, though it's argued that those ads aren't really her. As for Kelsie Schelling, no signs of the woman have been found.
It's good news that Raven Furlong contacted her family, but if their suspicions are right she could still be in danger. With her having 'Model Mayhem' profiles like many other missing women, the fears of human trafficking are clear and present. Is it possible that someone made her call her family so the media and police would stop searching for her? Or is she genuinely okay and just trying to live her life? At 17 years old, Raven is not yet an adult, but she is close enough to the legal age that she might just be voluntarily missing and completely safe. Until police officials confirm that she's safe, without a doubt, then this is probably going to remain a mystery.