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Annette Sagers disappeared one year after her mother went missing! Where are they? #SouthCarolina 1998
(Age progressed pic) Annette was last seen waiting for the school bus at the bus stop at 7:00 am on October 4, 1998 in Mount Holly, South Carolina. When the bus arrived 20 minutes later, Annette was gone. She wasn't discovered to be missing until she did not return home from school that afternoon. Annette vanished from the same location her mother, Korrina Sagers Malinoski, disappeared from nearly one year earlier. Annette's stepfather (Korrina's husband) said that he found a note, written in pencil, at the bus stop after Annette disappeared. The note was addressed to him and said, "Dad, momma came back. Give the boys a hug." Handwriting experts said the note was written by Annette. Authorities don't know if Korrina did actually return for Annette or if she was forced to write the note under other circumstances. Her case is classified as a non-family abduction.
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