Missing Girls Made Frantic Call To Friend Asking For Help

November 3, 2009

North Dakota (ChattahBox) – Three missing college students reportedly left a frantic cell phone message on a friend’s voicemail, as the last known contact before the three disappeared without a trace.

Kyrstin Gemar, Ashley Neufeld and Afton Williamson, three Dickinson students from the college’s softball team, were reportedly in a rural area stargazing when they vanished.

That night, a friend received a voicemail from one of the girls. They were reportedly hysterical, and there were several strange noises in the background. The friend claims that there were mentions of water, though police have not confirmed this.

A massive search is still underway, but so far land and air searches have produced no results.

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