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PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE ! Youtube - PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO MY ORIGINAL CHANNEL Missing Kids Rescued Kids for similar videos on other missing and rescued kids. Twitter: MY 2ND CHANNEL - MISSING KIDS RESCUED KIDS 2 MY THIRD CHANNEL - MISSING KIDS RESCUED KIDS 3 Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for «fair use» for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of «fair use». The recent amendments to the Copyright Act of 1976 pertain to music. «Fair use» remains in force for film and video. No copyright intended. All content used in adherence to Fair Use copyright law - FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY ! Disclaimer - I do not take any money made from Adsense revune. All money donated to missing kids foundations, so they can keep doing their vital work ! This is why this channel exists, you are an advocate for missing and endangered children ! Music : under free royalty rights - Mattia Cupelli | Composer ANCHORAGE - ALASKA - AMERICA: Eighteen-year-old Bonnie Craig was a vivacious and well-liked college freshman who arrived at a bus stop early in the morning of September 28, 1994, heading to an English class at the University of Alaska in Anchorage and then disappeared. Her body was found floating in a creek later that day, and Alaska State Troopers believed she had died in a hiking accident. Her mother, Karen Foster, however, found evidence that she might have been murdered. The case was turned into a murder investigation when it was determined that she had been sexually assaulted. There seemed to be no reasons for her death, but many people believe it might have had something to do with Karen's undercover work with the local police. An informant told her that Bonnie may have been murdered by drug dealers with whom her undercover work was involved. One year later, a teacher at UAA told Karen she became suspicious of one of her students, suspecting he may have been the killer. She claimed that he was late for school the day of Bonnie's death, and he was wet like he had just got out of a shower. However, DNA evidence and an alibi ruled him out of her case. Karen believed that if there was another person involved the DNA didn't have to be his. Troopers tried to search through the last morning Bonnie was alive and found out that two unidentified men were seen with her shortly before she vanished. Despite this, they did not have any evidence to arrest anyone in connection with the case and her death remained unsolved.