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Missing Peggy Reaves Mock
Mock, circa 1992; Mock's car
Missing Since 12/25/1992
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 05/02/1955 (65)
Age 37 years old
Height and Weight 5'3, 115 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description White boots.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Blonde hair, blue eyes.
Details of Disappearance Mock was last seen at a nightclub in Gadsden, Alabama at approximately midnight on December 25, 1992. She went to the Chestnut Station, a local lounge, with friends, then went to the Warehouse Lounge. She left with a man and he brought her back and let her off there. She has never been heard from again.
In March 1993, her boots and her purse were found at the site of the burned-out Mountaintop Club in Rainbow City, Alabama. The purse contained her identification, some prescription medicine bottles in her name, and some undergarments. The purse was near the former club's pool, which was stagnant and full of debris. Authorities drained it, but found no other clues.
After Mock's disappearance, police got a letter a woman had written to a third party about her. The woman wrote that she had "been sick since Peggy Mock came up missing" and that Mock "went to Texas in the trunk of a car."
This woman who wrote the letter was murdered in November 1994, and two men were convicted of the crime. Authorities don't believe her homicide was connected to Mock's disappearance and they aren't sure of the significance of her letter.
Mock resided in Boaz, Alabama in 1992, and that city's police are investigating her case. She may have traveled to the Jacksonville, Florida area after her disappearance. Her case remains unsolved and is being treated as a possible homicide.
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