Two Days After This 24-Year-Old Failed To Show Up For Work, A Camera Caught Somebody Dumping Her Car

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On Tuesday, January 24, 2006, Jennifer Kesse disappeared without a trace. And on the surface, there seemed to be no clear reason why the 24-year-old financial analyst would just up and leave everything and everyone she knew. She was doing well for herself, after all; she was in a committed relationship and earning good money, and she had even recently purchased a condo. Yet Kesse had left no clue as to where she might be or why she had fled – and in this way, she had baffled everyone.

Image: The Kesse Family via Fox News

Her parents, for example, couldn’t seem to comprehend what had made their daughter leave. “Jennifer is a strong, fun-loving, career-minded, responsible young woman,” Drew and Joyce Kesse wrote on jenniferkesse.com – a website dedicated to their missing daughter. “At no time had Jennifer shown signs of discontent with her life, relationships or work environment – quite the opposite, in fact.”

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Image: The Kesse Family via Fox News

Indeed, not only was Kesse apparently happy and well-adjusted, but she had a bevy of friends and family members who cared enough about her to help the search for the missing woman. Her departure from their lives, then, was as puzzling as it was sudden. However, a few days after her disappearance, some disturbing evidence emerged. It seemed that Kesse had not abandoned her life after all. She appeared to have been abducted…

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