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Police Unearth Strange New Evidence in Case of Two Missing Oklahoma Girls

Fifteen years ago, 16-year-old Ashley Freeman, and her best friend, Lauria Bible, were giggling together at a sleepover. It was Ashley’s birthday, and the two had decided that the cold night was a good excuse just to stay in and hang out.

But the regular, country life the girls were used to would change forever the very next morning, when police found the Freeman’s home burnt to the ground and no sign of the either of the girls. It’s a mystery that would grip their small community for the next 16 years…

#1. Birthday Sleepover

On the night of December 29th, 1999, Ashley Freeman and her best friend, Laura Bible, were having a sleepover to celebrate Ashley’s 16th birthday. They had hung out with a few friends earlier that night and had come back home with Ashley’s boyfriend, Jeremy Hurst. But after he left at 9:30 pm, the two friends were happy to have some much-needed girl time.

#2. The House

The Freeman’s home, a trailer located just outside of the Welch city limits, was located at the end of a half-mile, dirt driveway. The property was identifiable by a simple mailbox, sat on top of an iron chain stand and demarcated by a rock entrance. That night, a cold, chilly haze hung in the air, and the small house was only slightly visible in the weak rays coming from the light poles in the area…

#3. Kathy and Danny Freeman

#4. Small Town

Needless to say, Lauria and Ashley came from a small, rural town, where everyone seemed to know everyone else. The community of Welch, Oklahoma was a small town of only 600 people. Years after the events of that terrible night people in the town still talk about the horrible happenings and the persistent mystery that occurred on the evening of December 29th, 1999…

#5. The Morning After


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