13 Jun by Nancy Park

The South Dakota Mystery

One of the longest mysteries in South Dakota has finally been solved. In 1971, two teenage girls aged disappeared while on the road to a party held at 1960 Studebaker. Cheryl Miller and Pamela Jackson neither got to the party nor did they get home according to records made investigators to the case. However, in a miraculous recovery, the last piece to the mystery has been found after the car they were traveling in that fateful night was found overturned in the South Dakota Creek in the fall of 2013. The discovery of the bodies and the wreckage was found thanks to a sportsman who during his workouts found the car in September 2013 in Brule Creek which is in the rural of Union County which is approximately 50 miles South of Sioux Falls.

Remains retrieved

broken car

According to the authorities, the remains retrieved were positioned at the driver’s and passenger’s seats respectively. In an interesting twist of fate, the remains were tested and confirmed to belong to the two missing girls.  Additionally, the tests made to the wrecked car indicated that their demise was as a result of a car crash. “There was no proof of foul play or inappropriate conduct suspected,” said Marty Jackley, South Dakota’s Attorney while addressing a news conference.  The car was engaged in third gear, and the lights were on when the accident occurred which lead to the conclusion that the two teenage girls perished in the crash. Moreover, additional evidence indicated that a tire …