Murder of Holly Bobo
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Holly Bobo BornHolly Lynn Bobo October 12, 1990 United StatesDisappearedApril 13, 2011 (aged 20) Darden, TennesseeStatusFound deceasedEducationUniversity of Tennessee Martin, in Parsons TNParentsDana BoboKaren Bobo Holly Bobo(born October 12, 1990) was an American woman who disappeared April 13, 2011 from her family home in Darden, Tennessee. She was last seen alive by her brother shortly before 8 a.m. walking into the woods outside her home with a man wearing camouflage. In September 2014, her remains were found in northern Decatur County, Tennessee and her death was ruled a homicide. Six men have been arrested for varying degrees of involvement in the crime. All of the accused men deny involvement in the disappearance.
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