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Imamazed

Tammy Rothganger went missing from Missouri in 1984 and her mother's live-in boyfriend at the time is a prime suspect in her disappearance.

Tammy Rothganger disappeared from Eldon, Missouri on May 16, 1984 when she was 15 years old. She was last seen at school, which was across the street fro her home, around 7:45 that morning. Her mother's live-in boyfriend, Martin Priest, said she didn't go inside the building so he pulled up to see why. He said that Tammy told him she was going to skip school and go to meet friends at Rock Island Park, so he offered to take her there. She was last seen getting into his vehicle.

Tammy Rothganger went missing from Missouri in 1984 and her mother's live-in boyfriend at the time is a prime suspect in her disappearance.
Imamazed, Jan 6, 2016
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