Keeping Hope Alive Rally at the University of Tennessee Martin Parsons Campus: 2 Year Anniversary of Missing Holly Bobo Disappearing into the Woods Behind Her Darden, TN Home
Saturday marked the two year anniversary since Holly Bobo went missing at 7:30 am Wednesday morning, April 13, 2011 when she was lead away into the woods with a man wearing camouflage from her home on Swan Johnson Road in Darden, Tennessee. She has never been head from or seen again. However, Holly’s family has not given up hope as Pastor Don Franks, the Bobo family’s pastor, was one of nearly 400 people at the Keeping Hope Alive rally at the University of Tennessee Martin Parsons Campus on Saturday. The event has a 5K run, a motorcycle ride, a balloon release and country singer Bryan Moffitt will be singing in her honor.
Two years ago Saturday, Holly Bobo disappeared into the woods behind her home in Darden, but Pastor Don Franks said he wants the world to know that Bobo’s family and the community have not given up on finding her. Franks, the Bobo family’s pastor, was one of nearly 400 people at the Keeping Hope Alive rally at the University of Tennessee Martin Parsons Campus on Saturday. “It was two years ago today that Holly was scheduled to come to this campus right through these doors and take a test that day. Had things gone as she had planned, she would have finished her nursing degree and gone on with her life,” Franks said. “Our safety and security two years ago was shattered, but we’re determined to get it back. We’re determined to find Holly, and we’re determined to bring the people responsible to justice. And we’re not going to stop until we do.”
The family believes Holly Bobo is still alive and being held by her abductor and they have been strengthened by the fact that the community has been there supporting them. They believe that some one in the community has answers to the whereabouts and disappearance of their daughter and “Now is not the time to give up.”They are urging any one with any information, leads or tips to come forward.
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If anyone has any information regarding Holly Bobo, please ed to call the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-824-3463 (1-800-TBI-FIND).