Circumstances of Disappearance
Harry Dennis Milligan, 21, went out with friends in Albia, Iowa, on Saturday night, June 30, 1984.
He was last seen alive in the early morning hours on Sunday, July 1, 1984, and later reported missing to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office in Albia.
Milligan owned and drove a 1977 maroon two-door Pontiac Grand Am, which had current 1984 Iowa license plates and tags.
Neither Milligan nor his vehicle has been seen since the night Milligan disappeared under suspicious circumstances.
The Iowa Department of Public Safety classifies Milligan’s disappearance as “Involuntary.”
With brother's name, he hid for years
Accused of sex abuse, Richard Fisher fled in 1990. He was found last month, using the identity of his brother Jack. But what happened to Jack?
By CHRIS TISCH of the Tampa Bay Times
Published April 30, 2005
"...His co-workers knew him as Jack. So did his neighbors. His driver's license and Social Security number came back to Jack Fisher.
But a fingerprint analysis showed it was Richard Fisher, officials said. Cobb booked him into the Pinellas County Jail on the 17-year-old sex abuse charge. Bail was denied. He is set to finally be sentenced on June 6.
Now, just one question remains: Where is the real Jack Fisher?"
In July of 1994 Georgia had big floods going on. One flood related fatality is/was an unknown man.
Flood-Related Mortality -- Georgia, July 4-14, 1994
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