Family Of Missing Woman Release Baloon In Her Honor

It was 32 years ago Friday that an eastern Kentucky woman disappeared.

The family of Georgia Nolan says she was last seen on November 28th, 1976 in Harlan County.

They believe she was murdered and have searched for clues into her disappearance.

A dig earlier this year, where some thought Nolan could be buried, turned up nothing.

Family members plan to release one balloon into the air in Harlan to mark the anniversary.

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  • by rose Location: u.s.a on May 27, 2011 at 11:21 PM
    Virginia Jane Doe was negative result. Thanks for the support.
  • by Former Kentuckian on Nov 30, 2008 at 11:14 AM
    What happened about the body found near Richmond, VA. The way the news sounded they though it was her. I hope the family will find peace.
  • by Jamie Location: Pike on Nov 28, 2008 at 11:20 PM
    UH.... Somebody needs to have spell check on or something. Look at the title of this article! Baloon??? Seriously??? Not a big deal if you do it in a email, but in a regional news article!?!? way to spel.....opps spell! lol
  • by Wondering Location: KY on Nov 28, 2008 at 07:37 PM
    This is more of a response to an earlier story. What ever happened with the results of the DNA testing that was mentioned a few months ago when she was discussed on the "Mountain Cold Case" series? I'm assuming by the dig that it either was not her or there has been no return. Hoping the best for the family to get answers soon. It's been way to long in coming.


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