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KY BROOKELYN FARTHING: Missing from Berea, KY - 21 June 2013 - Age 18

Discussion in 'Missing 2010 to 2014' started by Kimster, Dec 9, 2015.

  1. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Brookelyn Farthing was at a friend's house in Berea, Kentucky on the evening of June 21, 2013. According to police, Brookelyn's friend returned home the following morning to find burn damage from a small fire and no sign of Brookelyn, then 18. Today, more than two years later, investigators still search for answers in the teen's mysterious disappearance. "We are receiving tips and leads that we are following up on daily," said Trooper Robert Purdy, Public Affairs Officer with the Kentucky State Police. "With that, though, there has not really been anything concrete that we have had come in and we are still looking for hopefully someone in the public to help us and provide us with information." The family has a website, findbrookefarthing.com, and has offered a $14,000 reward "for information leading to the return of Brookelyn Farthing or capture and conviction of those responsible for her disappearance." Anyone with information about this case is encouraged to call the Kentucky State Police at (606) 928-6421.


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  2. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

  3. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Brookelyn Farthing, 18, was last seen June 22 at a home in Berea, a small city located about 40 miles south of Lexington. The morning Farthing disappeared, the home she was visiting was damaged by a small fire.

    Prior to the fire, Farthing sent several text messages, including one that said, “I’m scared,” according to her stepfather, Randall Walker.

    "She started texting people to pick her up and give her a ride home," Walker told HuffPost. "She was texting her ex-fiance -- they were separated but still friends. He was at work and she texted him that he needed to come get her when he got off work. At 4:26 that morning, she texted him to hurry 'because I'm scared.'"

    According to Walker, investigators told him that hours before the text message was sent, Farthing attended a party with a friend. She was supposed to ride home with that friend after the party, but the two got into an argument and the girl left without her.

    "Another friend of hers was drunk and needed to get home," Walker said. "A gentleman known to Brookelyn's ex-fiance was at the party and he offered her his vehicle to give the boy a ride home."

    Much more at link ----> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/20/brookelyn-farthing-missing-texts_n_3786436.html
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  4. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    3 Years Later, Family Still Searching For Brookelyn Farthing

    Wednesday marked three years since a Madison County teen vanished after attending a party. Family gathered at the home where Brookelyn Farthing was last seen to release balloons in her memory.

    There is a $14,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest. If you have information, you are asked to contact Kentucky State Police in Richmond at (859) 623-2404.


    Family and KSP asking for help to find Brookelyn Farthing

    Wednesday marks three years since Brookelyn Farthing disappeared, and the Kentucky State Police Richmond Post, along with Brookelyn's family are asking for the public’s help as they continue the investigation.

    Since the onset of the investigation, KSP has conducted and participated in multiple searches, continually followed up on leads, and actively sought new information.

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  5. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Brookelyn Farthing was only 18 when she went missing in the early hours of June 22, 2013. The night she was last seen, Brookelyn went with her younger sister, a cousin and some friends to a party outside Berea, Kentucky. Although her family members decided to leave, Brookelyn chose to stay behind. The details surrounding the rest of the night remain a mystery, but it was around 4:00 a.m. the next day when Brookelyn sent text messages to friends saying she needed a ride home, ‘because I’m scared.’ Several hours later, the friend, at whose house Brookelyn had stayed, told police he had left the house to let some horses out. When he returned home he saw burn damage from a small fire but no sign of Brookelyn. A massive search was launched, but turned up little evidence. To date, police have not named any persons of interest or suspects in the case. Brookelyn’s family has a website, findbrookefarthing.com, and has offered a $14,000 reward "for information leading to the return of Brookelyn Farthing or capture and conviction of those responsible for her disappearance." If you have any information regarding Brookelyn's case, you're urged to call the Kentucky State Police at (859) 623-2404.
  6. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Family searches for answers five years after Madison County teen goes missing

    Five years have passed and there is still no sign of Brookelyn Farthing, who went missing on June 22, 2013.

    Farthing was 18-years-old and was last seen at a home in Berea in Madison County. Friday, her family said they are still hoping for an answer.

    "You're just constantly wondering what happened to her, is she still going through some kind of living Hades right now," said Shelby Tillery, Brookelyn Farthing's Mother. "Every day we go hoping and praying somebody is going to give us some type of answer or a lead or something that's going to make our life better."

    Farthing was last seen at a home on Dillion Court in Berea, where police investigated a fire and found some of her belongings inside, however Farthing herself is still missing.

    "Each day you just have to push yourself through it and say well maybe my day is tomorrow and pray God get me through tonight," Tillery said.

    The family is still offering a $14,000 reward for information.

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