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The bizarre mystery in the case of missing Toni Clark #California 1990

Toni was driving home after visiting a cousin in Oakland on March 16, 1990, when her Chevrolet Camaro stalled on the Bay Bridge just before midnight. Another car rammed the stopped Camaro, and when police came to check it out, Toni was gone. The Coast Guard dragged the bay and found nothing. Police eventually phased out the case, figuring that Toni must have been knocked off the bridge by the car that rammed hers, then disappeared under the waves. But to this day, at least five local and national missing-children organizations still carry her poster and take calls with tips. Quietly. Otherwise, she is mostly forgotten outside her family. "I know she was taken off that bridge because she called me a week later," Gwen Clark said. "I picked up the phone and for 40 seconds, I heard a female voice -- my daughter's -- crying and crying. I kept saying 'Hello, hello,' and then the line cut off." The phone company could not trace the call.

The bizarre mystery in the case of missing Toni Clark  #California 1990
Kimster, Oct 26, 2016
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