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Marcie Crane Peterson

Marcie Crane Peterson

Update: 2020-02-1719
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On October 30, 2003, 28-year-old Marcie Crane and her husband were staying at a hotel in Marietta, Georgia. The two had been estranged but were trying to rekindle their relationship. While her husband was out running errands, Marcie disappeared. Before she left, she gave a housekeeper the key to the room and asked her to give it to her husband. That is the last time that anyone heard from Marcie.

After her disappearance, several suspicious stories began to surface. A man who lent Marcie money had allegedly threatened her. Another man who she had previously dated and worked with for many years in the real estate business, he moved to another state and cut off contact with Marcie's family. Her family later learned that he had been using a fake name. Her family was also wary of her husband because she hadn't known him long and met him online. More than 16 years have passed since Marcie was last seen and her family feels like they are no closer to finding out the truth.

If you have any information about the disappearance of Marcie Crane, you are asked to call the Cobb County, Georgia Police Department at 770-499-3862.

You can follow Marcie’s story on social media at: Missing -Marcie Crane.

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James Anthony Schultz

I don't mean to sound like.. whatever, But can we all agree that it isn't much of a mystery why she went missing? Not that I'm justifying anything, obviously not. But this is probably one of the main reasons why you see such a large ratio in stories of people going missing in terms of economic status and (unfortunately) race. If you live that type of lifestyle, what does everyone tell you? Chances are you're gonna wind up either dead or in jail. And unless this woman just ran away from her life (possible yet unlikely), BOTH of these outcomes happened to her. Everyone's always crying "waahhhh you have white girl syndrome waaahhhhhh"... It's like yeah, there tends to be much more mystery and much more of an ominous and evil element to those stories as opposed to if someone that lives in the hood whatever the race may be, and they live a life of scamming people and prostitution (debatable but likely) it's like right, we already know how that story plays out, there's no intrigue there. It sucks and I wish poverty didn't exist but the truth is the truth. This is why you'll always get more views on a little girl gone missing from a prominent well off family (regardless of race) VS someone from from an impoverished background. It just so happens sadly that race usually tends to be a differentiating factor.

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Jeri Olear

Something wrong with recording , d gets to intro ,I'm marrisa then is blank

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