Every day countless people are missing. An overwhelming majority of these cases are usually resolved fairly quickly. However, far too many families of missing persons never know whether they reunite with their relatives or finally learn about their fate.
If someone disappears without a trace, it is not uncommon for this person's last words to persist in others in their memories. These last words can be threatening, poignant, or rather inconspicuous. They can give troubling hints about the fate of the missing person, or they can be harmless statements that in no way anticipated what would come. There are reports of ten missing persons and the latest statements made to 911 operators, employees, friends or family.
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10 & # 39; They are after me. More than one. "
Michael" Mike "McClain spent the evening of April 20, 2019 at the Tropical Lounge nightclub in Nashua, New Hampshire. The 29-year-old resident of nearby Manchester was in the club with friends and had no reason to give up his life after all he had to say.
That night there was an argument between two women in the club. They stepped outside, and at that point the situation escalated. A crowd formed. Mike, who knew one of the women, broke off the fight, but the police had been called. They scattered the audience and at that point Mike's friends lost track of him. Just before 2am the next morning, Mike called his boss and said, "They're after me, more than one." That ominous statement made them call him back, but there was no answer, Mike has not been that night
Mike's family knew something was wrong when he did not answer calls at Easter and did not call his sister on her birthday, and it is believed that he left the nightclub on foot he called his boss, his cell phone rang last at a McDonald's, a few blocks from the Tropical Lounge, but there are few other clues for the investigators, his credit cards have shown no activity and he has nothing in the 
9 "I'll put on dinner."
Will Cierzan, 58, was a longtime employee of Six Flags Magic Mounta in and watched sports and collected Coca-Cola bottles and cooking. He spent the afternoon of January 26, 2017 in his home in Santa Clarita, California to watch golf with his nephew Golf. After the nephew left, Will began to have dinner. At 4:30 pm, his wife Linda called him, and Will said, "I'll start dinner." When she called back at around 5:00 pm, Will was in a good mood and said the chicken was being cooked.
However, when Linda arrived home around 6:00 pm, Will was nowhere to be seen. Dinner was cooked, the stove turned off, and Will's coat, keys, and wallet were all there. Nothing had been taken out of the wallet. The dog of the family was at home and Wills Truck was parked outside.
A few cryptic hints would crop up. In February 2017, it became known that part of Will's blood had been found in the house. Surveillance shots from a neighbor's house showed that a white SUV drove into Will's garage shortly after 17:00. It was only a few minutes later. The police said that this vehicle belonged to a family member. None of this information has been clarified.
In May 2017, detectives named Will's nephew as the person of interest. However, he cooperated with investigators and no arrests were made. In December 2018, not far from Valencia, Wills neighborhood, a human skull was found. However, this skull has not been associated with Will and may not be related. Will's fate is still unknown. 
8 "I'm scared." / "Never mind."
June 21, 2013 was a busy day for Brookelyn Farthing of Madison County, Kentucky. The 18-year-old and her younger sister Paige have taken their driver's license exams that day. Afterwards they visited the 70th birthday party of their grandfather. That evening, Brookelyn, Paige and a cousin went to a second birthday party, which took place in a field.
Paige and Brookelyn's cousin decided to leave the party early. This was okay with Brookelyn, who was planning to spend the night with a friend who was also at the party. However, plans changed when Brooklyn's girlfriend decided to spend the night with a boy. The two quarreled and the friend left.
Towards the end of the party, Brookelyn was seen walking with two young men (names held back). One of the men was dropped off, and the other man brought Brookelyn to his home in Berea. From here Brookelyn phoned Paige at around 4 am on June 22, asking if her cousin could pick her up. However, the cousin had drunk too many drinks and was unable to drive. Brookelyn did not want her mother to pick her up, so she called her ex-boyfriend, who worked in the third shift. He agreed to drive her home when he came home from work. By this time, the man who had brought Brookelyn to the house was gone.
Soon, Brookelyn's ex-boyfriend received several lyrics from her:
"Can you hurry up?" "Please hurry up," and then "I'm scared." However, another text came in that told the ex that it does not matter and that Brookelyn is going to a party in neighboring Rockcastle County, at the edge of which Berea is nearby. He asked who she would go with, but there was no answer. Brookelyn has not heard anything since. 
The owner of the house later returned to set it on fire, and the firefighters would still find some of Brookelyn's stuff inside. The man speculated that the fire might have been triggered by a cigarette that she smoked as he left. He said he left her there because he was friends with her ex-boyfriend and did not feel well there when he arrived. He also confirmed that Brookelyn had spoken of a party in Rockcastle County. The whereabouts of Brookelyn remain unknown and no arrests were made in the case.
7 "I call you back."
Marion Barter, a primary school teacher on the Australian Gold Coast, led a seemingly normal, happy life. Things changed, however, when her third marriage ended in the mid-nineties. A few years later, in 1997, Marion suddenly sold her house and set out on a trip to England.
Her family did not say another word until Marion's message appeared on her daughter's answering machine on July 31st. Sally Leydon. Marion called again later from a pay phone. Marion said she was in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, drinking tea and biscuits with some old women, and she had a good time. The conversation took place in several stages, as Marion had to recharge money on the phone. Finally Marion took out the coins and the phone call had to be ended. Her last words to Sally were, "I'll call you back." Marion, then 51 years old, has not been seen or heard since. 
Sally thinks her mother was really in England because of the delay effect on the calls. However, the case became more puzzling in October 1997 when thousands of dollars were deducted from Marion's bank account. Sally learned from a bank clerk that the money was being withdrawn in Byron Bay, New South Wales. The police in Byron Bay have never found a sign of Marion.
Marion remains unexplained.
6 "Can you send me a picture of my son in the movies?"
At 9:30 pm on July 13, 2019, Erika Gaytan from Texas sent a text message to the father of her seven-year-old son, "Can you send me a photo of my son to the cinema?" 29-year-old Erika visited a concert in the El Paso County Coliseum, so that request did not seem too strange. What is strange, if not unacceptable, to Erika's family and friends is the idea that she had just left her son.
Erika was on a date at the concert, whose participation was confirmed by social media posts. After the date, after the concert ended, she was waiting for an Uber to pick her up. The date left at this time.
It is worth noting that Erika was subject to criminal charges at the time of her disappearance, both for credit card misuse and criminal offenses. Her next court date was July 26th. However, the detectives of El Paso do not believe that it has disappeared for this reason. However, they consider their disappearance suspicious and have asked someone with information to contact them. 
5 "I love you, Pop."
25-year-old Chase Allen Lackey was a member of a recreational softball league. On June 30, 2017, he played a game that watched his father Craig. Craig will never forget Chase's last words that day: "I love you, pop."
The next day Chase was seen walking with his dog outside his home near Houston. Neither he nor his dog have been seen since. Nothing was stolen from Chase's apartment and his truck was left untouched.
Although investigators have characterized Chase as having "a normal life," a foul play is believed to have disappeared. Few details were released, but apparently some of Chase's friends were involved in illegal acts.  However, no arrests were made in this case, and two years later both Chase and his dog are missing.
4 "I just want to talk if I have the chance."
Matthew Weaver moved from his parents' home in Simi Valley, California, to his own apartment in Granada Hills, Los Angeles for the summer of 2018 the 21-year-old powerline worker looked good and he was planning to travel around the world. These efforts were apparently not intended.
On August 9, Matthew told his father that he would go out with a new friend. Matthew picked her up at around 9:30 pm and dropped her off in the early hours of 10 August. During this time they reportedly had "a private conversation". Matthew then drove to Topanga, an area in the Santa Monica Mountains. Shortly before sunrise, he published a snapchat image of a scenic view and is said to have entered a footpath. Several hours later, Matthew's girlfriend received some strange text messages. They read: "Something crazy is going on – keep going" and "I have to talk as long as I have the chance." There was no further message from Matthew. 
Matthew's last known location, according to Snapchat and cell phone records, was near Rosas Outlook. At 11:30 am on August 11, several hikers called 911 after hearing cries for help. Around this time, the California Highway Patrol officials reportedly heard screams and possibly someone shouting, "He has a gun!" Matthew's car was found near a trail, but the keys were not found until January 2019, when the wanderers found them only 7.6 m from the place where the car was located. That same month, high-resolution drone photos of Matthew's family could find a baseball cap and a ripped T-shirt they thought were Matthews. Despite these strange clues, Matthew remains missing.
3 "Never say goodbye."
In the summer of 2013, Candice L'Hommecourt, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, celebrated her daughter's first birthday. Among those present was Candice's older sister, 25-year-old Shelly Dene. Not long after, in August, Shelly disappeared without a trace. Shelly's last words to Candice were: "Never say goodbye."
Shelly was known for her adventurous spirit and love of travel and had spoken of a trip to the Yukon. In the next few months, calls and SMS did not go back to Shelly. Concerns grew sharply in November when Shelly's phone was disconnected.
Shelly was eventually reported missing. A clue came in the form of a witness report that a man was seen bringing suitcases out of Shelly's apartment when she was missing. By the end of 2014, however, the police had exhausted all the evidence.
Candice was frustrated with the police, who are reluctant to work on Shelly's case because of their heritage of the First Nations and their "risky" lifestyle. While Shelly's family recognizes that she has dealt with drug and alcohol dependency, Candice stated that:
[Police] any First Nations person who is missing or being murdered [as having] is a high-risk lifestyle or high risk features profile. They continue to accuse the victim of what happened to them. They do not blame society and what's wrong with society. , , These things should not happen to innocent people, no matter what lifestyle they live. 
Shelly Dene was not found.
2 "Things are getting better."
Olivia Medel did not have much, but she had her two children, Enrique and Delfina. The single mother worked hard to support her and things went well until Olivia lost her job. After that, the family from Kansas City, Missouri, had to go back to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where the children were originally born. Although it was not easy at first, Olivia found work in Albuquerque. Enrique, however, began to fall in love with the wrong crowd.
It all began when 13-year-old Enrique began dating a teenager named Andy, who was about six years older. Olivia had a bad feeling about Andy, but now that she was working again, she could not keep an eye on her son all the time. Sometimes Enrique disappeared in the middle of the night. Eventually he was expelled from school because he had a gun. Olivia thinks the gun was Andy's idea.
On March 16, 2011, Enrique, now 14, spoke to his mother. He said, "Mom, I know you're going through a hard time, but things are getting better." Olivia never saw her son again. Enrique's uncle spotted him in front of an Allsup's (a supermarket) that evening. The uncle told Enrique to go home, but he said he would stay with some friends. He did not answer the phone later that night and has been missing ever since. 
Olivia felt that the police did not take her seriously when she reported her son missing and thought Enrique was an outlier. In the end, the investigators questioned Andy several times. The dodgy boy gave inconsistent answers and was also in possession of some Enrique stuff. So far, however, no arrests have been made and the case seems to have gone out.
1 "No, I need the police."
In 2013, Brandon Lawson, 26, lived in San Angelo, Texas, with his longtime girlfriend and four children. The oil field worker had found a new, more stable workplace with better working hours and should start soon. But then Brandon did not come home on the night of August 7th. This led on the evening of August 8 to an altercation with Ladessa, his girlfriend. He had been dealing with drug issues in the past and had recently relapsed so that Brandon stayed the whole night outside was a matter of concern. At around 11:53 pm, Brandon grabbed his cell phone, a charger, his keys, and his wallet and left. His pickup truck was almost empty.
Shortly thereafter, Brandon called his father Brad and asked him to stay with him overnight. Brad said Brandon was welcome, but since the former lived three hours away from Crowley, he advised Brandon to go home and work with Ladessa. A few minutes later, Ladessa called Brandon and suggested that he stay with his brother Kyle if he was still angry and did not want to return home. Kyle lived only five minutes away. Brandon did not have the idea, because Ladessa then called Kyle and said she was worried about Brandon. At 00:34 and 00:36, Brandon tried to call Ladessa, but she did not answer both times. At 12:38 he called Kyle and said he would run out of gas on Highway 277, not far from Bronte. Kyle called Ladessa, who left a gas can for Kyle on the porch before taking a bath. Kyle and his girlfriend Audrey left at 12:45 to pick up the jerrycans. At 12:48, Brandon again tried to call Ladessa, but received no answer.
Things get really strange here. At 00:54, Brandon made a disturbing distress call. Parts of the 43-second call were incomprehensible. Brandon spoke of being out of gas and being in a field. He said he "accidentally hit" some people before there was any background noise that might have been shots. The operator asked Brandon if he needed an ambulance. In the midst of indefinite background noise, Brandon responded in the affirmative, then changed his mind and said, "No, I need the police." Brandon did not answer the operator, though the unidentified background noise seemed to come closer to him earlier. The call ended.
Four minutes later, a passing trucker saw Brandon's pickup parked awkwardly on the highway and called the emergency call. At 1:10 am, Kyle and Audrey found Brandon's truck and were surprised to see Coke County sheriff's deputy there. Brandon's truck was undamaged. Kyle and Audrey initially assumed that Brandon was hiding in the field because he had an excellent arrest warrant in Johnson County. They secretly called Brandon and managed to reach him one last time. Brandon said he was in the field for ten minutes, bleeding and pleading with his brother to come quickly to him. The call ended and Brandon did not answer any further calls or texts.
Several searches for Brandon returned no results. Neither his bank account nor his cell phone showed any activity after that night. Several months after the disappearance of Brandon, the investigators decided that Kyle was a suspect. They questioned him and Kyle volunteered for a polygraph test. He has passed. Brandon is still missing.