On November 27th, 2018, 31-year-old Jeannette Ciaramella disappeared from her home in the small town of Clyde in upstate New York. She had no vehicle, no phone, no wallet, and not a single person living nearby in her quiet & friendly neighborhood witnessed her coming or going.
Four years have passed since that day, but the investigation seems to have hit a dead end with no updates from law enforcement on whether they are any closer to finding her than they were on the day she went missing. It’s as if she vanished into thin air, but while it may seem that way on the surface, a trace can always be found if the investigation digs deep enough.
Someone must know SOMETHING, right?
Being human is what makes cases like these so hard. It’s easy to play detective and make up the details of someone’s real life in your head or to others while hiding behind a keyboard, but it’s not as easy to do that after you’ve actually connected with them and let them share their story, because as humans, it’s in our nature to relate and sympathize.
That becomes even harder when those people are family, and that is something that Kevin Scarborough says he has been dealing with since his wife Jeannette vanished without a trace.
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• Kevin Scarborough – Thank you so much to Kevin for taking the time to speak with me about this sensitive subject. My thoughts and prayers are always with you and your daughter, Lylah.
• THE SUN & RECORD. Page 12. Issued: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 2005 - https://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/newspapers/
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Jeannette Ciaramella, please contact the Wayne County Sheriff’s Dept. at 315-946-9711 or Clyde PD at 315-923-3121. You can also send a tip with information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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