S.D. Car Crash Victims Finally Found After Nearly 43 Years
Two 17-year-old girls, Pamella Jackson and Cheryl Miller, disappeared in 1971. The car containing their remains wasn't found until last fall.By Steven Sparkman | April 15, 2014
A South Dakota cold case appears to have finally been solved after almost 43 years. Authorities say the bodies of two 17-year-old girls who disappeared without a trace have now been found.
"Cheryl Miller and Pamella Jackson vanished on their way to a party back in 1971. A car was found in a creek after the water levels dropped. Investigators believe that it belonged to one of the victims' grandfathers." (Via ABC)
The car, discovered last fall, contained two sets of remains, which were sent off for testing. Tuesday, after months of investigation, the state's attorney general announced the remains did in fact belong to the girls, and the cause of death was a car accident. (Via KMEG)