The search for Holly Bobo has lasted over two years, but it may be nearing its end with the discovery of what may be human remains. The group called the National Women's Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation have been involved in the search for the missing Darden, Tennessee nursing student -- including experienced dog handler Julie R. Jones. This press release shares a slew of details, unfortunately "burying the lead" about Holly, but the facts that are being shared are startling, nonetheless.
A makeshift cattle "dumping ground" was located not far (walking distance) from the Bobo property. In the sludge filled pit of mud and garbage, the remains of dead cattle and other animals are apparent. However, it's been clarified that human remains could be in this pit, and those human remains could belong to none other than Holly Bobo.
The photos are disturbing, and there is at least one spot in the above photo that shows skeletal remains that do not resemble the thick, sturdy structure of a feeder cow. Is it possible that this photo somehow shows the remains of Holly Bobo?
If Holly's remains are found, it's hopeful that enough forensic evidence remains for TBI investigators to get to the bottom of this case once and for all. That includes either clearing or deeming her brother a suspect in all of this. Even the NWCAVE acknowledges that the young man's story has changed too many times to ignore.
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