Friday, June 13, 2008
Faye Aline Self
Children share a bond with their mother like no other. A mother gives birth, nurtures and guides the growth of a child. A child looks to their mother for everything. What happens to that child if its mother goes missing? It is left with an emptyness nothing can describe, a desparate longing to know, and a lifelong journey without a mother's love or touch.
Faye Aline Self was decribed as having a wild streak in 1983. She was a young mother of two lovely daughters, one just an infant. She loved her little girls, and by all accounts would never just leave them. But what happened the night of March 30, 1983 at the Wagon Wheel Bar? Who were the friends she was with that night?
It has been 25 long years and these questions have never been fully answered for her daughters. There have been two instances where two separate confessed serial killers have tried to claim they murdered her. Still, the questions continue and the truth is still hidden.
Her daughters are now grown women with children of their own. The pain and grief of their loss is still with them every day. They want to know.
Posted by Delilah