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Pike County woman now missing for three years

By: Angela Sparkman Email
By: Angela Sparkman Email

Three years have passed since a Pike County woman disappeared.

Crystal Branham Hall vanished from Pikeville on March 1st, 2009. Her family and police are still searching for her.

Hall has three young sons. Hall's grandmother, Myrtle Branham, is raising the boys.

"About every other day they ask about their mother," said Branham.

Their mother disappeared three years ago.

"She always called her boys at nighttime to tell them good night, no matter where she was at. When the phone rings, they run to that phone," said Branham.

Hall has not called her sons in three years.

"She would not just up and left without telling where she was going or something," said Branham.

Hall was last seen that day at her sister's apartment on Kentucky Avenue in Pikeville. She was there alone with no car. The family says she was on the phone with a friend and said someone was at the back door. No one has seen or heard from her since then. Her purse and coat were still in the apartment when she vanished.

"I'm very worried. I feel that something has happened to her," said Branham.

State police have looked for her ever since she went missing and are still investigating the disappearance. Hall's family begs anyone with information on what happened to Hall to come forward and tell police.

"It's very sad to have somebody missing and you can't hear no word at all. I'm hoping soon, and I keep praying that we might hear something," said Branham.

Anyone with information on Crystal Branham Hall should call the Kentucky State Police at 606-433-7711 or 1-800-222-5555.


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