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Amy Fandel has been #missing from #Alaska since 1978

Brown-eyed Amy Fandel has blonde wavy hair and a gap-toothed smile in a photo on a flyer. She was 8 years old when she and her 13-year-old brother, Scott C. Fandel, went missing from their Sterling cabin home. The last time their mother saw them was September 5, 1978. Her daughter was sporting a sweater, blue vest and stripped jeans. (Picture is age progressed)

Amy Fandel has been #missing from #Alaska since 1978
Kimster, Jul 5, 2015