Sometimes they are the victims of a horrid crime, sometimes they want to start over, and then sometimes they just disappear for good. That's where the mystery comes in.
THE SPRINGFIELD THREE
June 6, 1992. Springfield, Missouri. Teen friends Suzie Streeter and Stacy McCall had just graduated from Kickapoo High School. They attended several graduation parties that evening, then headed back to Suzie’s mother Sherrill Levitt’s house to retire for the evening. They had previously planned to stay with a friend but that friend’s house proved too crowded and Levitt’s house was plan B.
The next day, the women were proclaimed missing after McCall’s parents contacted police in regards to their daughter. All three women left behind all their personal property—keys, wallets, purses, cars—and the family dog was found in the house, unharmed but distressed.
That’s all that’s known about the disappearance of the infamous Springfield Three, other than the local speculation that the bodies are buried beneath Springfield’s Cox Hospital Parking Garage. Their whereabouts remain unknown.
Strange, don't you think? Especially since the mother was missing as well. Guess that's why it's called a mystery.
Coffee out on the patio this morning!