Families Of Other Missing Kids Stay Optimistic


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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)– With the seemingly miraculous recovery of three kidnapped girls in the Cleveland area this week, friends and loved ones of missing kids in the St. Louis area are certainly taking notice.   Many are experiencing a mixture of optimism, and unwanted realism.

Crystal Western and Savana Anderson consider themselves two members of a sort of “Three Musketeers.”  They were both twelve when the third of their group, Heather Kullorn, disappeared.  That was nearly fourteen years ago.

“Don’t forget. You can’t forget,” Western says of their long missing friend.

A week that has brought the near miraculous recovery of kidnapping victims missing for a decade in Cleveland has also delivered some hope here.  It’s a sort of optimism they fight to maintain.

“I mean, that was my best friend,” Anderson says.  “I still think about her every day. We get on the Facebook page. We…

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