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A collection of True Crime stories... On one hot afternoon in July of 1982, Krista Harrison was picking up aluminum cans with...

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Exact title of the book
The Murder of Krista Harrison: A collection of True Crime Stories
Book author
Amanda Strofield
Book edition
Kindle Edition
Number of pages
151 pages
ISBN (ASIN)
B07JDTD3S4
Published
October 14th 2018
File size (in PDF)
604 kB
The Murder of Krista Harrison: A collection of True Crime Stories

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A collection of True Crime stories... On one hot afternoon in July of 1982, Krista Harrison was picking up aluminum cans with one of her friends in Marshallville park. Marshallville park was about one hundred yards from Krista’s childhood home.

During this time the young boy that was with Krista saw her abduction. The boy ran to Krista’s home in a panic, with tears running down his face as he tried to explain what he had just witnessed. When her friend was able to calm down enough he told her parents that a man with shoulder length hair, between the ages of 25 and 35 pulled up next to them at the park and had pulled Krista into his van.

He forced Krista into his vehicle and drove away from the park immediately after the abduction. The child with Krista described the man’s van as being brown or a dark red color, it had round windows on each side and near the rear of the vehicle. The child gave the police enough information to allow the police to get a sketch of the man that abducted Krista.

As the news of the abduction spread, Harrison’s community came together to form search parties. Hundreds of volunteers searched far and wide throughout the village of Marshalville, they initially believed that she would be found alive, in an unknown place.