Bad news for the family of a pregnant woman who went missing in Houston two weeks ago: TheChronicle
that Texas Equusearch has called off its search of Tierra Adams, last seen January 29. Equusearch head Tim Miller was reported as saying volunteers searched for Adams for a week.
Good news for the family of Natalee Holloway, an Alabama woman who went missing in Aruba in 2005: Texas Equusearch returned to the island last December, hopping aboard a kick-ass boat in order to find a three-year-old corpse.
Priorities, priorities. – Craig Malisow
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