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    Posted November 16, 2012 by
    Athens, Texas
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    Amber Nichole Crum disapearance


    A child by the name of Amber Nichole Crum, was kidnapped outside a McDonalds grocerer store December 26, 1983 in Dallas, tx. She was 2, her birthday was September 25, 1981. Her case wasn't covered well and she was never found. Her Mother is Stephanie Hughes. Her moms boyfriend at the time was James Britton  "Britt" Monroe. I came across her story after clicking on a link someone had sent me which included a photo of this girl. I truely believe, gut feeling but I believe, she is still alive out there somewhere. She would be around 32 years old now but ofcourse if she had been kidnapped they may have changed her age by a year or 2 without it being very noticable. There were witnesses that have come foward saying they seen and heard Amber on Christmas day and the morning of the 26th. There were reports and rumors of abuse to Amber before the kidnapping , None of that was ever confirmed though and was just rumored. There is supposed to be a photo of Amber with a hand shaped bruise on her face but it has never been made public to my knowlege and therefore too is just a rumor.  I just really think this little girl deserves justice whether it being in finding a body or finding somebody. The picture I uploaded is the ONLY picture I could find of her however it is not a very good one, surely the parents of this girl had more. She has Blond hair Blue eyes.  Sorry there is really not much information about this case. All the more reason I think it needs to be recovered now.

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