- Project Jason

Jump to content


Photo

Assumed Deceased: Richard Keith Call - VA - 04/10/1988


  • Please log in to reply
9 replies to this topic

#1 Lori Davis

Lori Davis

    Forum Team Leader

  • Moderators
  • 10,220 posts
  • LocationSoutheastern Ohio

Posted 01 April 2008 - 06:34 PM

Richard Keith Call

Posted Image
Above: Call, circa 1988

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Missing Since: April 10, 1988 from Newport News, Virginia
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: March 8, 1968
Age: 20 years old
Height and Weight: 6'0, 150 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian male. Light brown hair, blue eyes. Call goes by his middle name, Keith.

Clothing/Jewelry Description: A gray and brown cardigan sweater, a white polo shirt, two-tone brown dress slacks and leather shoes.

Details of Disappearance

Call went on a date with Cassandra Hailey on April 9, 1988. He picked her up at her Grafton, Virginia home and they planned to spend the day together. The couple traveled in Call's red 1982 Toyota Celica. It was their first date. They were last seen at a party in Newport News, Virginia at 1:30 a.m. on April 10. Neither of them has been seen again.

Call's vehicle was discovered abandoned at the York River Overlook on Colonial Parkway in Yorktown, Virginia at 7:00 a.m. on April 10, but it was not reported to authorities until 9:00 a.m. Nothing appeared to have been disturbed: the keys were on the driver's seat, a watch and eyeglasses were on the dashboard, and Call's wallet and $12 in cash were in the backseat. Nearly all of the clothing Call was wearing was also found in the back of the car, as were some of Hailey's clothes. Her purse was there, but her wallet was missing.

There was no trace of Hailey or Call at the overlook. Authorities initially believed they had gone swimming and drowned, but an extensive search of the river turned up no sign of them, the water temperature was in the forties the night of their disappearances, and Hailey was afraid of the water. Foul play is now suspected in both their cases.

The bodies of three other young couples, all of them college students, were found in areas located off the Colonial Parkway from 1986 through 1989. In all cases, their cars were found abandoned with most of their possessions intact inside, but only Hailey and Call's bodies have never been found. The Colonial Parkway extends for 23 miles and runs through the following Virginia cities: Yorktown, Williamsburg and Jamestown. Authorities have long suspected that a serial killer stalked and killed in that region in the mid to late 1980s. They believe the perpetrator may have impersonated a law enforcement officer in order to approach his victims.

Both Call and Hailey were students at Christopher Newport College in 1988. Their cases remain unsolved.

Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Virginia State Police
757-424-6850
OR
Federal Bureau Of Investigation
Norfolk, Virginia Office
804-455-0100


Lori Davis, Project Jason Forum Moderator
www.projectjason.org
Help us for free when you shop online or do a websearch:
http://www.goodsearc...harityid=857029

 

Please help us in our mission as a 501 c 3 nonprofit: http://projectjason....y-campaign.html

If you have seen any of our missing persons, please call the law enforcement agency listed on the post. All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance.



#2 Lori Davis

Lori Davis

    Forum Team Leader

  • Moderators
  • 10,220 posts
  • LocationSoutheastern Ohio

Posted 05 December 2008 - 07:16 PM

http://www.theyaremi...php?A200604682S

Richard Keith Call
Classification:  Endangered Missing Adult 
Alias / Nickname:  Keith 
Date of Birth:  1968-03-08 
Date Missing:  1988-04-09 
From City/State:  Yorktown, VA 
Missing From (Country):  USA 
Age at Time of Disappearance:  20 
Gender:  Male 
Race:  White 
Height:  72 inches 
Weight:  150 pounds 
Hair Color:  Lt. Brown 
Eye Color:  Blue 
Complexion:  Medium 
Clothing:  Brown and gray cardigan sweater, white polo shirt, two tone brown dress slacks, leather shoes. 

Circumstances of Disappearance:  Unknown. Richard was on his first date with Cassandra Hailey (also missing). They were last seen between 1:00am and 2:00am at the University Square Apartments across from Christopher Newport College in Yorktown, VA. His vehicle, described as a red 1982 Toyota Celica, was later located on the Colonial Pkwy in Yorktown, VA. 

Investigative Agency:  Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Phone:  (757) 727-7933 
Investigative Case #:  NF 70A-7670 

Lori Davis, Project Jason Forum Moderator
www.projectjason.org
Help us for free when you shop online or do a websearch:
http://www.goodsearc...harityid=857029

 

Please help us in our mission as a 501 c 3 nonprofit: http://projectjason....y-campaign.html

If you have seen any of our missing persons, please call the law enforcement agency listed on the post. All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance.


#3 Lori Davis

Lori Davis

    Forum Team Leader

  • Moderators
  • 10,220 posts
  • LocationSoutheastern Ohio

Posted 05 December 2008 - 07:23 PM

OLD ARTICLE:

http://www.courant.c...0,6189023.story

Hundreds support benefit for missing CNC students
Daily Press
From the Newport News, Va., Daily Press
May 3, 1989

Two hundred people and approximately 38 companies came together April 22 at Victory Lanes in Grafton to let Dick Call and Jo Ann Hailey and their families know that someone still cares and wants to help them in their search for their lost children.

Keith Call and Cassandra Hailey, students at Christopher Newport College, disappeared on the Colonial Parkway in April 1988. So far, no information about their whereabouts has surfaced.

The bowling participants ranged in size from the dimunitive Olympic gymnast, Hope Spivey, to a 7-foot-tall Spuds MacKenzie. The companies were as large as Anheuser-Busch, Inc. and as small as A Logo For You, a small custom embroidery shop in Williamsburg. Wayne Morris, an Anheuser-Busch employee organized the Celebrity Benefit Bowling Tournament with help from the following volunteers: Joy Kesler, Tom Carpini, Donna Sigmon, Gerry Provencher, Monty Guin, Joy Steele, Carrie Romeo, Helene Coppa, Kathy Downer, John Watkins, Sharon Guin, Shirley Cawthon, Bobby Holloman, Carl Adamo and Annabelle Provencher.

The tournament featured 40 teams, three of which were local celebrities. The celebrities included: Norm Snead, former NFL quarterback; Hope Spivey, Roger Cawthon, former Channel 13 sports reporter, who also served as master of ceremonies for the event; Skeeter Heath, professional golfer; Mitch Snow, professional wrestler; Terry Osborne, Miss Virginia 1977; Molly Goodrich Thomas, Miss Hampton/Newport News 1982; Terry Kirby, Tabb High School's top running back; Kathy Cawthon, author; Rich Follett, singer and Harry Knight, former member of the Canadian Football League.

Approximately $2,600 was raised for the Call and Hailey families.

Lori Davis, Project Jason Forum Moderator
www.projectjason.org
Help us for free when you shop online or do a websearch:
http://www.goodsearc...harityid=857029

 

Please help us in our mission as a 501 c 3 nonprofit: http://projectjason....y-campaign.html

If you have seen any of our missing persons, please call the law enforcement agency listed on the post. All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance.


#4 Lori Davis

Lori Davis

    Forum Team Leader

  • Moderators
  • 10,220 posts
  • LocationSoutheastern Ohio

Posted 05 December 2008 - 07:27 PM

OLDER ARTCLE:

http://www.newsday.c...0,6609755.story

Scenic road still associated with murders
From the Newport News, Va., Daily Press
August 4, 1996

An emergency call box hangs on a pole near the Felgates Creek bridge. The box was installed after a disappearance in 1988 and a double murder in 1986 near the site.

Longtime Yorktown resident Jan Twyman, who often works in Williamsburg, will travel out of her way to avoid the Colonial Parkway after dark, and she has given her three children strict orders not to drive there at night.

Stephanie Reiss and Joanna Reading, archaeological graduate students at the College of William and Mary who have lived here only a year, have heard the stories that still circulate and are wary when they travel to their dig in Yorktown.

They and hundreds of others who can't help but think of stories of murder when they drive the scenic, pastoral parkway all share the same kind of trepidation: If the unthinkable happened to the others, could it happen to them?

A decade has passed since two women were found dead with their throats slashed on the Colonial Parkway, and eight years since the car of a still-missing young couple was discovered on the popular tourist drive that connects Yorktown and Williamsburg.

The 1986 deaths of Rebecca Dowski and Cathleen Thomas and the 1988 disappearance of Keith Call and Cassandra Hailey remain unsolved.

It's been years - and yet the specter of a killer stalks still on the Parkway.

Most men and women live through each day using basic assumptions on what to expect from the people around them, says Larry Ventis, a William and Mary clinical psychology professor who also has a part-time private practice. Those assumptions vary but usually include that most people are decent, he said.

At the same time, the one thing that unites all people is the daily, if mostly unconscious, denial that death can occur any day, any time, to anyone, he said.

A grisly murder, especially an unsolved one, both shatters people's basic assumptions about each other and violently brings to surface the knowledge that death will happen and could happen unexpectedly, Ventis said.

"That can be terribly disorienting,'' Ventis said.

The place where the grisly, unexpected death was discovered becomes a "reminder of not the area, but of our own vulnerability,'' Ventis said.

Dale Congrove, another Yorktown resident, knows the disorientation well. He and his family were camping in Shenandoah National Park in June, the same month the bodies of two women campers were found dead there, also with their throats slashed.

"After hearing about it, it made you wonder if it could happen to you,'' Congrove said.

Noting a number of similarities in the case, FBI officials last month said they are exploring whether the Shenandoah and Dowski-Thomas murders might be connected.

FBI, state and local law enforcement officials already believe a serial killer or killers are responsible for the disappearance of Call and Hailey, the murder of Dowski and Thomas, and the deaths of at least two other couples between 1986 and 1989.

In 1987 the bodies of David Knobling and Robin Edwards were found at Ragged Island Wildlife Refuge. In 1989, the bodies of Daniel Lauer and his brother's girlfriend, Annamaria Phelps, was found near the New Kent County westbound rest stop on Interstate 64.

Because of their proximity and similarity, the four cases have been dubbed the Parkway murders. But there is no evidence that any of the victims were initially accosted on the Parkway.

The cases all have baffled investigators. Particularly concerning is an apparent lack of any struggle in each incident, as if the dead and missing each met their fate without a fight. Some have speculated that perhaps the killer or killers posed as law enforcement officers.

That has led Twyman to instruct her children also not to stop on the Parkway even if pulled over by a law officer unless other people are around. Both Reading and Reiss expressed similar concerns.

Twyman understands her caution may be more reactionary than rational. The idea that an officer may be involved in the killings is likely ``without any founding,'' Twyman acknowledges with a shrug.

"But the stories are there.''

Lori Davis, Project Jason Forum Moderator
www.projectjason.org
Help us for free when you shop online or do a websearch:
http://www.goodsearc...harityid=857029

 

Please help us in our mission as a 501 c 3 nonprofit: http://projectjason....y-campaign.html

If you have seen any of our missing persons, please call the law enforcement agency listed on the post. All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance.


#5 Lori Davis

Lori Davis

    Forum Team Leader

  • Moderators
  • 10,220 posts
  • LocationSoutheastern Ohio

Posted 05 December 2008 - 07:33 PM

http://www.dailypres...0,6684488.story

No link found to Parkway killings
Shenandoah suspect discounted by FBI

Daily Press
April 12, 2002

The FBI has ruled out Darrell David Rice as a suspect in the unsolved and infamous Parkway Murders.

Rice, 34, was indicted this week on murder charges in the deaths of two woman in the Shenandoah National Park in 1996. Those killings resembled the Parkway killings closely enough that the FBI vowed in 1996 to explore any connection.

But even if Rice is guilty of the Shenandoah killings, investigators do not believe he is responsible for the so-called Parkway Murders -- a series of four incidents in the late 1980s that left six people dead and two missing. "At this point the investigation does not indicate that Darrell Rice was involved in the Parkway Murders, but the FBI will continue to examine all possibilities," said Phil Mann, a spokesman for the Norfolk FBI office.

Mann would not discuss whether agents have questioned Rice in connection with the Parkway killings or how Rice had been ruled out as a suspect. He noted that all four Parkway killings are still open and divulging the information could jeopardize the cases.

In the first Parkway killing, Rebecca A. Dowski and Cathleen M. Thomas were found strangled with their throats cut in October 1986. Three other similar incidents followed, leading investigators to believe they were all the work of a serial killer.

They included:

* The September 1987 killings of David Knobling and Robin Edwards. Both were found shot in the head at Ragged Island Wildlife Refuge in Isle of Wight County.

* The April 1988 disappearance of Cassandra Hailey and Keith Call. Their car was found at a parkway stop west of Yorktown. They are still considered missing persons.

* The deaths of Daniel Lauer and Annamaria Phelps. They were found dead in September 1989, a few weeks after their car was discovered at a New Kent County rest stop. Their decomposed remains offered few clues to their deaths, except that Phelps apparently died from knife wounds.

The state police have jurisdiction on the Ragged Island and New Kent County cases, and the FBI is handling the other two.

A state police spokesman said Thursday that investigators there would allow the FBI to make a determination about Rice because he is in a federal prison.

Retired FBI Agent Irvin Wells, the FBI's lead investigator in the early years after the killings, said he has always been optimistic that the FBI would solve the cases.

"I was disappointed we didn't solve them, but I know it was not for lack of effort," Wells said. "We put an incredible number of man hours into those cases because we saw the killings as a threat to the community.

"We thought either the killer had died or went to prison."

Lori Davis, Project Jason Forum Moderator
www.projectjason.org
Help us for free when you shop online or do a websearch:
http://www.goodsearc...harityid=857029

 

Please help us in our mission as a 501 c 3 nonprofit: http://projectjason....y-campaign.html

If you have seen any of our missing persons, please call the law enforcement agency listed on the post. All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance.


#6 Kelly

Kelly

    President and Founder

  • Administrators
  • 7,413 posts
  • LocationYakima, WA

Posted 02 February 2009 - 07:12 PM

Project Jason Profile:

Posted ImagePosted Image

Name:  Richard Call
Alias:  Keith
Date of Birth:  03/08/1968
Date Missing:  04/10/1988
Age at time of disappearance:  20
City Missing From: Newport News
State Missing From:  VA
Gender:  Male
Race:  White
Height:  6 ft.0in
Weight:  150 lbs
Hair Color:  light brown
Eye Color:  Blue
Complexion:  Medium

Clothing:  Brown and gray cardigan sweater, white polo shirt, two tone brown dress slacks, leather shoes

Circumstances of Disappearance:  Keith, a computer enthusiast, was on his first date with Cassandra Hailey the date was his first since a breakup with his girlfriend of nearly four years. He and Miss Hailey, both freshmen at Christopher Newport College in Newport News, shared a math class.
They were last seen between 1:00 am and 2:00 am at the University Square Apartments across from Christopher Newport College in Yorktown VA.
His vehicle described as a red 1982 Toyota Celica was later located on the Colonial Parkway just west of the Naval Weapons Station, in Yorktown VA. The keys were in the ignition. Clothes including the couple's underwear were in the car. So were Call's wallet, containing at least $20, and Miss Hailey's purse.

Between 1986 and 1989, the bodies of three couples were found dead in areas off Colonial Parkway, a 23-mile highway that runs through Yorktown, Williamsburg and Jamestown. Authorities suspect they were murdered by a serial-killer.

Investigative Agency:  FBI
Agency Phone:  (757) 727-7933
Investigative Case #:  NF70A-7670

Print a poster: http://www.projectja...rdKeithCall.pdf

Kelly Murphy, Mother of Missing Jason Jolkowski
President and Founder,
Project Jason
www.projectjason.org

Please help us in our mission as a 501 c 3 nonprofit: http://projectjason....y-campaign.html

If you have seen any of our missing persons, please call the law enforcement agency listed on the post. All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance.


#7 Kelly

Kelly

    President and Founder

  • Administrators
  • 7,413 posts
  • LocationYakima, WA

Posted 03 February 2009 - 02:39 PM

AAN Poster Notify Sent to AAN Subscribers  Code 38

Help us find the missing: Become an AAN Member
http://www.projectja.../awareness.html

Kelly Murphy, Mother of Missing Jason Jolkowski
President and Founder,
Project Jason
www.projectjason.org

Please help us in our mission as a 501 c 3 nonprofit: http://projectjason....y-campaign.html

If you have seen any of our missing persons, please call the law enforcement agency listed on the post. All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance.


#8 Lori Davis

Lori Davis

    Forum Team Leader

  • Moderators
  • 10,220 posts
  • LocationSoutheastern Ohio

Posted 20 June 2009 - 03:41 PM

https://www.findthem...g.org/cases/940
NamUs profile for Richard Keith Call

Lori Davis, Project Jason Forum Moderator
www.projectjason.org
Help us for free when you shop online or do a websearch:
http://www.goodsearc...harityid=857029

 

Please help us in our mission as a 501 c 3 nonprofit: http://projectjason....y-campaign.html

If you have seen any of our missing persons, please call the law enforcement agency listed on the post. All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance.


#9 Kelly

Kelly

    President and Founder

  • Administrators
  • 7,413 posts
  • LocationYakima, WA

Posted 22 January 2010 - 12:36 PM

http://blogs.discove...lee-hailey.html

What happened to Richard Keith Call and Cassandra Lee Hailey?

January 22, 2010
By David Lohr

Richard "Keith" Call, 20, and Cassandra Lee Hailey, 18, intended to have fun on April 9, 1988. The two Virginia college students were embarking on their first date. Instead, something tragic happened, and they vanished without a trace. To date, no sign of them has ever been found, and authorities suspect a serial killer may be responsible.

"Keith had picked Cassandra up from her home in Grafton, and from what we have been told, they headed over to University Square Apts. in Newport News, which was near the college they attended," Keith's sister, Joyce Call-Canada, said in an interview with Investigation Discovery. "They were last seen sometime between 1:00 and 2:00 a.m."

Roughly eight hours after they were last seen, Keith's vehicle was found abandoned at the York River Overlook on Colonial Pkwy. in Yorktown.

"My father, Richard W. Call, traveled the parkway frequently in the early morning hours," Joyce said. "That particular morning he was on his way to work and spotted Keith's car. He found it very peculiar to see the car there, as Keith did not frequent the parkway."

When Keith's father looked inside the car, he did not notice any of his son's clothing or belongings inside. Assuming Keith had left his car there and gone somewhere with a friend, his father continued on to work.

"Not long after my father left, a park ranger came along and spotted the car," Joyce said. "When he looked inside, he saw the keys on the driver's seat, a watch and eyeglasses on the dashboard, and Keith's wallet lying in the backseat. Nearly all of the clothing he had been wearing was also found in the back of the car, as were some of Cassandra's clothes. Her purse was there, but her wallet was missing."

It remains unclear why Keith's father did not take notice of the items observed by the park ranger. Were they simply overlooked, or were they not there when he looked inside? No one knows for certain. What is known is that no trace of Keith or Cassandra has been found since. Speculation immediately pointed to a serial killer, due to a rash of similar unsolved homicides in the area.

• Rebecca Ann Dowski and Cathleen Marian Thomas

On Oct. 12, 1986, a jogger discovered the bodies of 21-year-old Rebecca Ann Dowski and 27-year-old Cathleen Marian Thomas inside their car next to the York River. Both victims were fully clothed, and their purses and money were found inside their car. An examination by the county medical examiner revealed that both women had rope burns on their necks and wrists. There were obvious signs of strangulation, and their throats had been cut. Further examination revealed that they had also been doused in diesel fuel although their remains had not been burned. The coroner found no sign of sexual assault. The case remains unsolved.

• David Lee Knobling and Robin M. Edwards

On Sept. 20, 1987, the partially-clothed bodies of 20-year-old David Lee Knobling and 14-year-old Robin M. Edwards were discovered in the Ragged Island Wildlife Refuge. Prior to the discovery, David's pickup truck was found abandoned near the refuge. The keys to the vehicle were in the ignition, and police found no obvious sign of a struggle. According to friends, David and Robin were new acquaintances and had recently met at a local video arcade.

The murders of Rebecca, Cathleen, David and Robin raised eyebrows among police and members of the media. If a serial killer was responsible, did Keith and Cassandra meet the same fate? Unfortunately, less than six months later while police were attempting to answer those questions, yet another deceased couple was found.

• Daniel Lauer and Ann Marie Phelps

On Sept. 5, 1989, authorities found Daniel's 1973 Chevy Nova parked at a rest area off Route 64 in New Kent County. The keys were found inside the vehicle, along with Ann's purse and clothing belonging to Daniel. The couple was nowhere to be found, and their disappearance remained a mystery until the following month when a hunter found their bodies in a wooded area less than a mile from where the vehicle was discovered. Because the bodies were in an advanced state of decomposition, the county coroner was unable to determine an exact cause of death.

All of the unsolved homicides occurred along the scenic 23-mile route between Jamestown and Yorktown. Because the murders of Cathleen, Rebecca, Keith and Cassandra occurred within the geographical boundaries of the United States Park Service, the FBI is investigating those cases, whereas the cases involving David, Robin, Daniel and Ann are being investigated by the Virginia State Police. Each of the investigations remains active.

On Dec. 18, 2009, FBI Special Agent Philip J. Mann issued a press release stating that his agency was conducting an official review of the two cases the agency is investigating.

"On Nov. 30, 2009, members of my staff met with personnel assigned to the FBI Laboratory in Quantico, Va., and reviewed all of the physical evidence in this case," Mann said. "As a result, items of evidence were identified by laboratory personnel as good specimens for advanced nuclear DNA testing. In addition, numerous items were identified for further latent print examination. Therefore, those items are being prepared by my staff for shipment to the FBI Laboratory for examination or re-examination."

In the press release, Mann also commented on the cases being handled by the Virginia State Police.

"Due to the similarities between the FBI and Virginia State Police cases, there continues to be a belief that the cases are related. Both the FBI and the VSP are working together with this theory in mind; however, no conclusive physical evidence has been developed tying all of the homicides together," he said.

There has been no word yet on whether any new leads have been developed as a result of the DNA testing. Meanwhile, Joyce remains committed to finding out what happened to her brother.

"We have been desperately searching for my brother for over 20 years now," she said. "We loved him very much. For me and my family, it is hard to go through life not having any answers as to where his remains are and what happened to him and Cassandra. They deserve more than this. He was a kind, loving individual. He was here, he was a part of us, our family. He was here one minute and gone the next, just wiped off the face of the earth…nothing, no goodbyes. Keith had his whole life ahead of him, and some very sick people took it away."

Richard "Keith" Call is described as a white male, 6 feet tall, 150 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a gray and brown cardigan sweater, a white polo shirt, two-tone brown dress slacks and leather shoes

Cassandra Lee Hailey is described as a white female, 5 feet 7 inches tall, 135 pounds, with curly brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing stone-washed jeans and a white blouse. She was also wearing a 1987 Tabb High School class ring.

The FBI is offering a $20,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest and successful prosecution of the person(s) responsible for the murders of Cathleen, Rebecca, Keith and Cassandra. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Norfolk FBI at 757-455-0100. Calls regarding the other cases should be directed to the Virginia State Police at 757-424-6850.

Kelly Murphy, Mother of Missing Jason Jolkowski
President and Founder,
Project Jason
www.projectjason.org

Please help us in our mission as a 501 c 3 nonprofit: http://projectjason....y-campaign.html

If you have seen any of our missing persons, please call the law enforcement agency listed on the post. All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance.


#10 Lori Davis

Lori Davis

    Forum Team Leader

  • Moderators
  • 10,220 posts
  • LocationSoutheastern Ohio

Posted 22 January 2012 - 03:32 PM

Fred Atwell, Controversial Figure In Colonial Parkway Murders, Arrested In Georgia

David Lohr
First Posted: 9/6/11 11:46 AM ET
Updated: 11/6/11 05:12 AM ET

[Excerpt..]

Roughly six months later, on April 9, 1987, college student Richard "Keith" Call, 20, went out on his first date with Cassandra Lee Hailey, 18, from Grafton. The following day, Call's vehicle was found abandoned at the York River Overlook on the Colonial Parkway. Multiple searches were conducted for Call and Hailey, but no other trace of them has ever been found.

Read more:  http://www.huffingto...t_n_947121.html

Lori Davis, Project Jason Forum Moderator
www.projectjason.org
Help us for free when you shop online or do a websearch:
http://www.goodsearc...harityid=857029

 

Please help us in our mission as a 501 c 3 nonprofit: http://projectjason....y-campaign.html

If you have seen any of our missing persons, please call the law enforcement agency listed on the post. All missing persons are loved by someone, and their families deserve to find the answers they seek in regards to the disappearance.





0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users

Project Jason © Copyright 2005 - 2014
Project Jason Theme, Site Design and Maintenance by Jeff Messick
Powered by WordPress.
Admin Login