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On June 21st, 2016, Tyler Andrew Stice vanished without a trace. He was never seen again. According to family, Tyler left his home at 5:30 AM to go to work. He never arrived. Just 4 days later, Tyler's black 2006 Ford Mustang was discovered off of Hualapai Mountain Road. This was especially strange considering that Tyler had no interest in hiking or the outdoors. Authorities then uncovered something disturbing. Just days before disappearing, Tyler had purchased a rifle at the local Walmart in Kingman, Arizona. He had no interest in hunting. His cell phone, keys, wallet, and laptop have NEVER been found - and WHY would Tyler bring his laptop with him on a trip to the woods? Tyler frequently went under the alias "obserien" online. He was fairly active across the web. Authorities have stated that they were "investigating any online relationships Stice may have had". Inside Tyler's Mustang was a can of tea. According to his grandmother, "Tyler doesn't even drink tea". According to Tyler's sister, there was a torn up picture of an anime cat girl found in the vehicle as well. His camera was also discovered with deleted photos that couldn't be recovered. NEWS SOURCE (PAYWALLED SADLY): https://kdminer.com/news/2017/feb/13/where-tyler-stice/ UNFOUND PODCAST WITH TYLER'S SISTER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/ed-dentzel/unfound/e/52665493?autoplay=true VIDEO SEARCHING THE ACTUAL LOCATION WHERE TYLER VANISHED: https://youtu.be/q7ROkvQyDCM
On January 11th, 2018, Jerry and Susan McFalls - both 62 years old - completely vanished from their home. On January 11th, 2018, they sent their final text message: "thanks be home Sunday". They were texting family, planning to meet up with them later that week in Utah. They never showed up that weekend. On January 21st, family drove hours to their home in Littlefield, Arizona to make sure everything was alright. What they discovered was bizarre. It appeared that Susan & Jerry had somehow vanished while in the middle of cooking dinner. Music was still playing outside, the TV was left on, and food was left cold on the counter. To make matters even more strange, none of their personal items were missing: their cars were still parked in the driveway. According to Jerry McFalls Junior, "the sheds were open, the door was open, my mom’s purse, wallet, cell phones, computers, everything (were) sitting on the kitchen table." Even their car keys remained in the home. EVERYTHING was left behind. There was no sign of any struggle: everything was in place as it should be, as though they were in the middle of packing up to head to Utah. Even their dogs - that Susan took EVERYWHERE with her - were left behind in their home. According to family, it would have been highly unlikely for Susan & Jerry to have taken off on foot due to their health issues. Soon, the focus began to turn on their neighbor right here: 52-year-old David Myhaver. He had a troubled history with the couple, leading many to become suspicious of his involvement. Just 7 weeks before Susan & Jerry vanished, there was an incident at the property. According to Jerry McFalls Junior: "Neighbor said it was an accident and shot my dad in the stomach with a BB gun," he said. Mohave County Sheriff's Office issued a search warrant on his property, but came back empty handed. In David's own words: "All I can say is B.S., because none of it is factual," Myhaver told KSL by phone Friday night. "My name is being dragged through the freaking gutter." "I never talked with them, never did anything with them, never been over there to visit with them or nothing," Myhaver said. But according to Jerry McFalls Junior: "They tried to stay away from him, they tried to just keep to themselves". We coordinated with the search group back when it was active, and there were many claims of David following them around town and waving at them. They believed he was trying to intimidate them. They believed he would have a clear motive: Susan & Jerry had purchased the property six or seven years before out of bankruptcy. David and his wife Lida had been living in the home at the time of their purchase. Nine months later, there was finally a break in the case. On October 15th, 2018, someone discovered two sets of remains on the Utah-Arizona border. Now, the strange part of this is while one set of remains was quickly identified as being Susan, what is believed to be Jerry's remains STILL has not been positively identified. What happened to Susan & Jerry still remains a complete mystery. Many still believe that their neighbor David Myhaver had something to do with their disappearance, but more recently, some community members have shifted their focus to Susan & Jerry's own family - more specifically, Jerry McFalls Junior and his wife Meridee. We actually met up with Jerry McFalls Junior and Meridee back when the McFalls first vanished, and they had offered to allow us access to the home to livestream and give the case coverage. According to an October 2019 news article: "Several neighbors, including two young children, remember seeing and talking to the McFalls family members while they were driving in a Silver/Gray SUV. The McFalls children claim that a Silver/Gray SUV never existed, raising even more questions from the community." ARTICLE HERE: https://mesquitelocalnews.com/2019/10/16/41965/ What do YOU think happened to the McFalls? FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/McFallsMystery/
On February 1, 1982 Mary Ellen Barker was walking with her formerly estranged husband on the Sacramento River levee near Miller Park. The couple were accosted by three individuals who supposedly bound her husband’s hands. Mary Ellen was shot in the back and murdered. Mary Ellen’s husband fled on foot and got help from a nearby residence. No arrests have been made, and a lot of questions have been left unanswered. After the homicide, the husband’s substance abusing brother mysteriously died from a supposed suicide. Mary Ellen’s husband took the couple’s 18 month old daughter and remarried shortly after. No suspects are known to this day... https://www.sacbee.com/news/local/crime/article26481316.html