Heather Elvis still hasn't been located, but there are still some new details to report. First of all, I spoke with an official on the case on Thursday morning and was told that the cadaver dog evidence (as previously reported upon) couldn't be confirmed conclusively. This at least eliminates (for now) the possibility that the missing Myrtle Beach woman was harmed around the old church that searchers had located. Aside from this update, many in the public are asking questions about the woman's Tumblr account and why she wrote that she was "born to be the other woman." What could this post mean?
Well, it could be nothing more than lyrics from a Lana Del Rey song, which would probably be likely -- unless this young woman did in fact have a history of messing with taken men. If she was in fact messing around as "the other woman," then is it likely that a scorned wife or girlfriend could be behind her disappearance?
New searches are scheduled for the weekend, according to the Facebook page associated with the search for the missing woman. It's hopeful that some kind of clues may be found in the search, but so far this case is shaping up to be another one of Myrtle Beach's unsolved disappearances. At least there's the consolation that tips continue to pour into the appropriate investigative branches.
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