Monday, August 22, 2011


FOR THE PARENTS of missing Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo, every day is a nightmare that is followed by another nightmare. Hell is 24/7 ever since the pretty blonde was mysteriously snatched by a fully-camouflaged man out of her backyard in daylight. Life since April 13 has been tough, they tell the Jackson Sun.
Her dad Dana, leaves for work at the McKenzie Tree Service at about 5:30 a.m. Ten hours later he is home and he joins Karen Bobo in a desperate search for their beloved daughter. Karen prays every day, first thing in the morning and then begins looking for Holly, 20.

Karen said: "It's the same thing. It's like a nightmare that you live over and over every day."
Dana adds: "And it's not getting any easier. You might think it is, but actually it's getting harder."
Now, four months later the heartache rages on.Holly's bedroom is filled with mementos that remind her parents of their only daughter. A pink teddy bear that holds the words, "Luv Ya," is on Holly's bed. It was a gift from her boyfriend, Drew. Karen said the 20-year-old is doing as well as can be expected. She said: "I text him every night, and he texts me back."

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