Stacy Lyn Chahorski was offically reported missing in January 1989, which was four months after her mother had last heard from her. Stacy had told her mother via a phone call that she was planning on hitching rides from her current location in North Carolina to her home state of Michigan, particularly to the cities of Flint and Muskegon.
On the 16th of December, 1988, Stacy’s remains were found along the east side of northbound I-59, close to Rising Dawn in Dade County, Georgia. Her remains were found approximately 5 miles from the Georgia and Alabama state lines. She had been strangled to death, and there was evidence that she had also been sexually assualted.
Stacy was not formerly identified until the 24th of March 2022, with the help of Othram Inc.
Serial killer Samuel Little was ruled out as being her murderer through DNA evidence.
Serial killer Larry DeWayne Hall was named as a suspect in Stacy’s case, according to a Radford University article. Larry is thought to be responsible for the disappearance of up to 45 young women during the 1980s and 1990s. Larry is currently serving time in a North Carolina prison for the disappearance and murder of Jessica Roach.
Stacy was only 19 years old when she was murdered, will the person responsible for her death ever be found?
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