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128) timewilltell 
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Friday, 21 November 2008 04:30 AM

Holding out hope.If you heard that the police gave up im sure you are wrong. I know that mrs prior and sharrons family would never give up.
127) Holding out hope 
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Thursday, 20 November 2008 04:58 PM

I guess what they say is true. The police gave up.
126) Rachelle 
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Wednesday, 19 November 2008 01:44 AM

I was so sorry to read of the loss os Sharron. I hope that justice is served one day soon for your family. I cannot understand what kind of person is driven to inflict such pain on others. Life is really just not fair sometimes.

My heart breaks that she was so young and did not get a chance to live her life, and for your loss and the loss of her potential contribution to society.

Best wishes and hugs to you all.
125) Katrina Denise Allan 
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Friday, 14 November 2008 10:23 PM

It is with sadness that I have learned of the murder of Sharron Prior at such a young age of 16.
To endure 32 years, one cannot comprehend the pain of knowing the Sharron's killer/s are still at large.
I am so sorry for your loss Yvonne of your beautiful young daughter Sharron.

My heart goes out to The Prior Family, Doreen and Moreen, for the loss of your sister.
sincerely Denise - mom to Charles.
124) Cynthia L. Day's family 
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Wednesday, 29 October 2008 10:19 PM

We the family of missing Cynthia Day would like to extend our condolensenses to the family of Sharron. As they say, what's in the dark, must come to light.
123) maggie (Glover) BATE 
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Sunday, 26 October 2008 09:21 PM

Dear FAMILY. Our prays are still with you all.and one day we will all know who did it to beautiful Sharron.God rest her soul.always thinking of the prior family.

LOVE Maggie(Glover)Bate.
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Sunday, 19 October 2008 08:23 PM

The Prior family have endured so much.They have continued to keep Sharron's memory alive,and most importantly to find out who murdered this young beautiful girl.

I did not know Sharron I just came across her website accidently actually.
I was reading the Article that was from True Crime Blog; and the Profiler Gregg O. McCrary. I would think that The private detectives should go back to the original suspects from 1975 and question them once again.(my opinion)

I have also noticed that the Prior Family ask questions about names and faces that friends may be able to answer.I surly hope that they are getting some answers. I must agree someone knows something.
121) RH 
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Thursday, 2 October 2008 07:05 PM

The scholarship is an extremely positive and constructive gesture to make the best of an obvious injustice.
120) john and dorothy thibert 
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Sunday, 28 September 2008 08:44 AM

just read the story of sharon, and feel so terrible, but johnny knew about her, very, very sad.
God bless you

keep her memory alive forever
119) Debbie 
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Tuesday, 16 September 2008 05:21 PM

this is such as sad thing to happen to any young girl.
118) Belinda Ponting 
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Saturday, 16 August 2008 03:18 PM

never got to meet you.i am lucky to be friend`s of your sisters Doreen and Moreen, and your MOM (Yvonne) GOD BLESS YOU (THE GOOD ALWAYS WINS.)
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Wednesday, 13 August 2008 07:00 PM

I just viewed the video of Sharron and it is beautiful. God Bless.
116) Rh 
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Tuesday, 12 August 2008 06:44 PM

The video montage was very well executed and fitting. RH.
115) terri fontaine 
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Monday, 28 July 2008 02:26 AM

saddened by your heartbreaking story. so sorry that you have to re-live the loss each morning when you wake up. i send the prayers of a mother, for comfort, and send prayers also, for answers and for justice. keep asking God and keep asking and never give up.
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Friday, 18 July 2008 09:15 PM

The touch analysis is able to create DNA profiles from samples smaller than a pinhead, and has been refined over the years, officials said.
113) Wendie 
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Tuesday, 15 July 2008 02:17 PM

Crime scene DNA is typically recovered from blood or semen stains.

This so-called touch DNA is left behind when people touch things, because they naturally shed skin cells that contain the genetic material.

To find such DNA, you have to have a good idea of where someone has been touched, or in this case, where you think the suspect would have touched.

That somebody pulling down her pants would have touched the waistband and the sides.
112) Wendie 
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Tuesday, 15 July 2008 01:45 PM

What I don't understand is this; They (the police) were supposed to have checked any dna that was left, and to this there was no match. After all these years this one monster who committed this crime has committed no other crimes? Nothing to compare his dna to? I find that hard to believe. That horrific of a crime to be just one time.

Now, with this new Touch DNA are they going to test again with this new technology? Read on Touch DNA

Here's hoping one day the Prior family will get justice.
111) Carleen 
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Monday, 30 June 2008 02:56 AM

I truly believe that this will all come to an end soon...we all have to work together as a once community(even though we we are seperated in distance) we all know that this,in our our heart & minds(sometnig that noone will ever forget or want too)troubles our thoughts. Everyone wants to have closure(not as much as the Prior family)but we have to work together as a close nit family like we used to do. Please, remember your roots(as we use to be)all for one, and one for all.....I know we can do this together & help have closure for the Prior family..luv ya all xxx
110) Sandy Marsden 
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Friday, 18 April 2008 06:41 AM

Hello, I just read the story and I am so sorry for your troubles. You are not alone I hope you have found some kind of support with some organization. I myself have a son who went missing at 17 he has never been found or heard from again. He is now 40 years old but until someone can show me a body I will never loose faith. I know one day we will meet again. It is very different when you have seen the body but at least you have closure. Once again you are not alone God bless your family
109) Mark Jeffries 
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Friday, 11 April 2008 06:09 AM

I have just read the article on the blog page about Beverly Lynn Smith?s murder case being solved after 33 years (and the touching comment from her daughter Rebecca). It is heartening and encouraging to hear when such a crime is solved. Perhaps it is not so heartening for other perpetrator?s out there who have thus far escaped justice and may feel protected by time. The Beverly Lynn Smith case is proof that time is no protection at all, and that there is no such thing as a cold case. To the contrary, time and persistence are the things that finally brought Beverly Lynn Smith?s murderer to justice and I am sure that Sharron?s case will be no different. Time and persistence are causing a growing number of people to take an interest in Sharron?s case, both publicly and privately, including a crime writer and a (former) FBI Special Agent, no less! (Check out this link

or the blog entry on Sharron's site for the 29th of March).

Little by little, interest in Sharron?s case is growing, the information continues to come in, and the pieces will come together.

The human mind is an amazing thing. Sometimes seemingly insignificant and forgotten memories can suddenly be recalled in clear detail ? it just takes the right key to unlock the hidden memory. The increasing profile and talk about Sharron?s case will hopefully soon provide a key to some of those hidden memories, prompting a person, or people, to come forward and say I remember!. It is single snowflakes that eventually cause avalanches. The more memory snowflakes that fall on Sharron?s case, the greater the likelihood of the avalanche happening that will break this case open. In time, sooner or later, the break will come. How wonderful it would be if that break would come before another real snowflake falls on Sharron?s grave! I have no doubt that at least one person out there has the power to make that happen, and in time it WILL happen. The passing of time should provide no comfort to the perpetrator of Sharron?s death.

Nor should time be a comfort to anyone who may know something significant about Sharron?s case but has not yet come forward ? perhaps someone who has been trying to forget rather than to remember. As time progresses, the likelihood increases that ANOTHER person?s memory or conscience will lead them to come forward with some key evidence that they too have carried with them for a long time. So if I was such a person, holding onto my secret, my dilemma would be; Shall I be the one to come forward? Shall I be the one to provide the information that at last brings the Prior family the overdue closure to the loss of their beautiful daughter and sister? Or shall I keep this secret to myself, and just hope that no-one else who also carries this secret is led by their conscience to come forward before me? Shall I just hope that the case is never solved so that I never have to feel the shame and disgrace of fingers pointing at me and people saying You knew ? but you said NOTHING! ?
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