On May 31, 2013 multiple sources are sharing the news of a woman missing between the states of Tenn. and NC. Holly Fischer,39, was presumably last seen by her family when she left their home in Knox County, Tenn. on May 27th. However, her roommate called days later to report that she had not returned home. Her loved ones are worried about her well being, and some of the details they’ve released don’t bode well in this case. Is it possible that the missing woman had suicidal intent when leaving her family’s home?
It’s reported that the woman was upset with her recent relationship troubles. She was going through a divorce and was reportedly “emotional and upset.” These are never good details to add when someone is missing — and has been missing now for four days. It’s universally known that the first 48 hours are the most vital in locating a missing person, and with each hour that passes after this vital window of time the likelihood of finding the missing person dwindles. That makes it all the more likely that something happened to this missing woman.
So what happened to Holly Fischer? Did she leave with suicidal intent — not intending on making it back to her home in NC? Or did something foul happen to her between her parent’s home and her own? Many theories are likely until more evidence is gathered and revealed to the media. One thing is for certain though, and that’s that the time frame available is not optimistic.