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What do you think the below people all topped themselves top of the list did for sure her car was found at Beachy Head but how is it possible to go missing?

I know of two cases people unaccounted for, one guy who fell of a sliproad into a fast flowing river that empties out into the sea so his body is floating around there somewhere and a girl who ran into the sea in Jan this year called Sophie and as far as I’m aware still not found.

I don’t know whether this would be better for the family although the article the below nabbed from starts with The panic of having a loved one going missing must be unimaginable!! I knew of one case a guy to the local area ran of to the Lake District without telling his family and his car found abandoned and a full sweep of the area was done but they didn’t find anything / the family appealed everywhere in the local paper social media holding out hope until two months later his body was found it was said in a stream but they didn’t say cause of death and when they don’t say cause I instantly think of Nembutal as they don’t want that out there to the general public - When I emailed A about N he sent me a list of successful tracks to the UK omsince the year and I don’t believe for one minute that no one yet has taken the N out of what must have been about 8 people

Anyway here’s the missing person list

Michaela Pugh was last seen by friends in Thames Ditton on February 12 2016.

The 37-year-old Slovakian had been living in Guildford for several years, though her family said her last known location was the Manor House Hotel at Newlands Corner, which she checked out of on the morning of February 13

On the same day, a car matching the description of Ms Pugh's black Lexus was found at Beachy Head in Sussex.

Enquiries were made in the Eastbourne area, and police said a woman matching Ms Pugh's description was seen using a phone box at Birling Gap National Trust site over the weekend she disappeared, but there has been no further trace of her.

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Mohammed Tanvir Siddeque's grey Seat Arosa was last seen at 1pm on October 20 2014, being driven on the M25 between junction 13 and junction 14.

Neither the vehicle nor the man have been seen since, despite a police appeal 1o days after he went missing.

Mr Siddeque, a Bangladeshi national, was 22 and living in Whyteleafe at the time of his disappearance.


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Uhan Salvani, then 29, went missing from his home in Farnham on September 24 2012.

According to the Lucie Blackman Foundation, which helps British missing people and victims of crime overseas, Mr Salvani caught a boat to France from Portsmouth two days later.

He had planned to visit a friend but has not been seen or heard from since.

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John Barnett, a 56-year-old father of three boys, went missing from his home in Betchworth on April 2 2012.

Around 10 days later police found his blue Mazda RX8 in a car park in Trevaunance Cove, near St Agnes in Cornwall.

The car was believed to have been there for some days and a search of the local area was conducted in association with Devon and Cornwall Police, but Mr Barnett could not be found.

A month after his disappearance, Mr Barnett's sons put up a message on a blog saying: "Although we have had no news of his whereabouts or intentions, the family are hopeful that everything going on is 'part of the plan'."

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The disappearance of Ashcombe School pupil Ruth Wilson is Surrey's oldest outstanding missing person case.

Ruth, who lived in Betchworth and was 16 at the time she went missing, was last seen standing in the driving rain at the Hand in Hand pub in Box Hill at 4.30pm on November 27 1995 by a taxi driver who had driven her there from Dorking station.

Ian Wilson, her father, said at the time: "What was odd was that she just stood there. The taxi driver said that people almost always move away when you drop them off. He knew it wasn't quite right with hindsight, leaving a 16-year-old in the middle of nowhere."

What later emerged was that Ruth had not been to school that day, as she had been due to, but instead took a taxi to Dorking Library, where she spent several hours before getting the cab to Box Hill.

At some point during the day she also visited a florist to buy a bouquet of flowers for her stepmother Karen, but said they were not to be delivered until two days later.

A major search effort was launched around Box Hill, involving police officers, helicopters and dogs, but Ruth could not be found.

However, police did find three notes hidden under a bush in the area which, according to an article in The Times in December 1995, "amounted to farewells to her parents, her best friend and a teenage boy she knew".

The same article said there were empty packets of paracetamol and a bottle of Vermouth nearby, but police do not seem to believe Ruth took her own life

There have been several appeals made since Ruth's disappearance, including on the BBC's Missing Live programme in 2010, and the police have followed up reported sightings from as far afield as Canada, but with no success.

In 2018, a documentary produced by journalist Martin Bright and ex-Metropolitan Police detective Liam McCauley added another detail to the mystery.

The film claimed that Ruth's mother had killed herself when Ruth was young, but this fact had been kept from her until shortly before she disappeared. It also featured interviews with friends of Ruth who claim she had talked about running away from home.


The investigation into her disappearance, codenamed Operation Scholar, remains open.

A Surrey Police spokesman said in April 2018: "We remain in contact with Ruth's family and periodic reviews are undertaken to assess any new information that has come to our attention."
 
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What do you think the below people all topped themselves top of the list did for sure her car was found at Beachy Head but how is it possible to go missing?

I know of two cases people unaccounted for, one guy who fell of a sliproad into a fast flowing river that empties out into the sea so his body is floating around there somewhere and a girl who ran into the sea in Jan this year called Sophie and as far as I’m aware still not found.

I don’t know whether this would be better for the family although the article the below nabbed from starts with The panic of having a loved one going missing must be unimaginable!! I knew of one case a guy to the local area ran of to the Lake District without telling his family and his car found abandoned and a full sweep of the area was done but they didn’t find anything / the family appealed everywhere in the local paper social media holding out hope until two months later his body was found it was said in a stream but they didn’t say cause of death and when they don’t say cause I instantly think of Nembutal as they don’t want that out there to the general public - When I emailed A about N he sent me a list of successful tracks to the UK omsince the year and I don’t believe for one minute that no one yet has taken the N out of what must have been about 8 people

Anyway here’s the missing person list

Michaela Pugh was last seen by friends in Thames Ditton on February 12 2016.

The 37-year-old Slovakian had been living in Guildford for several years, though her family said her last known location was the Manor House Hotel at Newlands Corner, which she checked out of on the morning of February 13

On the same day, a car matching the description of Ms Pugh's black Lexus was found at Beachy Head in Sussex.

Enquiries were made in the Eastbourne area, and police said a woman matching Ms Pugh's description was seen using a phone box at Birling Gap National Trust site over the weekend she disappeared, but there has been no further trace of her.

———-

Mohammed Tanvir Siddeque's grey Seat Arosa was last seen at 1pm on October 20 2014, being driven on the M25 between junction 13 and junction 14.

Neither the vehicle nor the man have been seen since, despite a police appeal 1o days after he went missing.

Mr Siddeque, a Bangladeshi national, was 22 and living in Whyteleafe at the time of his disappearance.


———-

Uhan Salvani, then 29, went missing from his home in Farnham on September 24 2012.

According to the Lucie Blackman Foundation, which helps British missing people and victims of crime overseas, Mr Salvani caught a boat to France from Portsmouth two days later.

He had planned to visit a friend but has not been seen or heard from since.

———

John Barnett, a 56-year-old father of three boys, went missing from his home in Betchworth on April 2 2012.

Around 10 days later police found his blue Mazda RX8 in a car park in Trevaunance Cove, near St Agnes in Cornwall.

The car was believed to have been there for some days and a search of the local area was conducted in association with Devon and Cornwall Police, but Mr Barnett could not be found.

A month after his disappearance, Mr Barnett's sons put up a message on a blog saying: "Although we have had no news of his whereabouts or intentions, the family are hopeful that everything going on is 'part of the plan'."

——-

The disappearance of Ashcombe School pupil Ruth Wilson is Surrey's oldest outstanding missing person case.

Ruth, who lived in Betchworth and was 16 at the time she went missing, was last seen standing in the driving rain at the Hand in Hand pub in Box Hill at 4.30pm on November 27 1995 by a taxi driver who had driven her there from Dorking station.

Ian Wilson, her father, said at the time: "What was odd was that she just stood there. The taxi driver said that people almost always move away when you drop them off. He knew it wasn't quite right with hindsight, leaving a 16-year-old in the middle of nowhere."

What later emerged was that Ruth had not been to school that day, as she had been due to, but instead took a taxi to Dorking Library, where she spent several hours before getting the cab to Box Hill.

At some point during the day she also visited a florist to buy a bouquet of flowers for her stepmother Karen, but said they were not to be delivered until two days later.

A major search effort was launched around Box Hill, involving police officers, helicopters and dogs, but Ruth could not be found.

However, police did find three notes hidden under a bush in the area which, according to an article in The Times in December 1995, "amounted to farewells to her parents, her best friend and a teenage boy she knew".

The same article said there were empty packets of paracetamol and a bottle of Vermouth nearby, but police do not seem to believe Ruth took her own life

There have been several appeals made since Ruth's disappearance, including on the BBC's Missing Live programme in 2010, and the police have followed up reported sightings from as far afield as Canada, but with no success.

In 2018, a documentary produced by journalist Martin Bright and ex-Metropolitan Police detective Liam McCauley added another detail to the mystery.

The film claimed that Ruth's mother had killed herself when Ruth was young, but this fact had been kept from her until shortly before she disappeared. It also featured interviews with friends of Ruth who claim she had talked about running away from home.


The investigation into her disappearance, codenamed Operation Scholar, remains open.

A Surrey Police spokesman said in April 2018: "We remain in contact with Ruth's family and periodic reviews are undertaken to assess any new information that has come to our attention."
I’m tempted to say that in some of these cases like the last one the 26 year old that she was murdered maybe but im astonished at the other ones like the Beachy Head person no bodies seem to get washed out to sea there always found on the beach or at least in the water so I’m stumped
 
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