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Imamazed

Lynette Ann Melbin missing from Australia

Lynette was last seen hanging out with three of her friends at Penrith Plaza, where she went and told her mother at work that she was going home to get changed before heading to her boyfriend’s house. Lynette was never seen again. And so started one of Penrith’s biggest ever mysteries, that remains unsolved more than 40 years later. There has been no trace of Lynette since that day in 1972.

Lynette Ann Melbin missing from Australia
Imamazed, Jul 16, 2015
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