Three weeks ago tragedy struck one of
our TRV University students. His 53 year old aunt-in-law was discovered
missing during a camping trip in Southern Oregon.
What is of great importance to those reading this, is that
there are two dangerous killers on the loose, who have
murdered before. After being alerted to the case last week by the family member,
PSI TECH tasked its professional remote viewers and has
issued the following preliminary report on Darlene's status.
Here is a reconstruction of events of that day. On September 1,
Darlene Barnes and her sister were camping near Gold Hill,
Oregon, close to the famous "House of Mystery."
They were walking together and split up by a fork in Sardine Creek Road which generally took twenty minutes to walk around.
But Darlene has not been seen since.
Her disappearance was not reported for thirty hours.
The Sheriff was alerted at 6:00 PM on September 2.
Since then as many as 75 people have helped search
a 12-square mile area around Sardine Creek .
"We've eliminated the fact that she's up there,"
said Mike Hurt, a friend and U.S. Navy veteran who helped set up the search team.
Jackson County Search and Rescue personnel as well as members of the civil air patrol flew over the area,
which was also searched by dogs.
The case is also being investigated by the Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
Darlene is a former U.S. Marine and mother of four. She is
in remission from cancer and recovering from recent chemotherapy
treatment. Darlene is 5 feet, 2 inches tall, weighs
110 pounds and has short hair. She was last seen
wearing a white tank top with green pants and tennis shoes. She often explored
for recreation and the spot where she was last seen was an old
campsite that is frequented by hunters.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Jackson County Sheriff's Office at (541) 776-7131.
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