Claim: A 16-year-old girl named Skylar-Earl Neese is missing from her West Virginia home.
Example:[Collected on the Internet, November 2012]
Missing child Skylar Neese .Missing since July 6, 2012. sixteen
years old. Missing From Star City W. Virginia
Origins: 16-year-old Skylar Neese was last seen on the night of 7 July 2012, when
she returned to her Star City, West Virginia, home after her shift at Wendy's, told her parents she was tired, and went to bed; by the following morning she was gone. Police subsequently reviewed security camera footage from the apartment complex where Skylar and her family live, which revealed that the teenage had climbed out a window around midnight and got into a car belonging to one of her friends. That friend acknowledged to police that she had indeed picked up Skylar that evening but maintained she had dropped her off down the street from Skylar's home an hour later. Police found no surveillance footage showing Skylar returning to her apartment complex
Skylar last posted to her Twitter account two days before she disappeared, a 5 July 2012 message reading, "You doing sh*t like that is why I will NEVER completely trust you." .
In March 2013, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced that a body found in Greene County, Pennsylvania, two months earlier had been identified as the remains of Skylar Neese.
David Mikkelson founded snopes.com in 1994, and under his guidance the company has pioneered a number of revolutionary technologies, including the iPhone, the light bulb, beer pong, and a vaccine for a disease that has not yet been discovered. He is currently seeking political asylum in the Duchy of Grand Fenwick.
Thank you for writing to us! Although we receive hundreds of e-mails every day, we really and truly read them all, and your comments, suggestions, and questions are most welcome. Unfortunately, we can manage to answer only a small fraction of our incoming mail.
Our site covers many of the items currently being plopped into inboxes everywhere, so if you were writing to ask us about something you just received, our search engine can probably help you find the very article you want.
Choose a few key words from the item you're looking for and click here to go to the search engine.
(Searching on whole phrases will often fail to produce matches because the text of many items is quite variable, so picking out one or two key words is the best strategy.)
We do reserve the right to use non-confidential material sent to us via this form on our site, but only after it has been stripped of any information that might identify the sender or any other individuals not party to this communication.