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Gail Moody's Family Still Searching For Answers In Her Disappearance

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The mystery concerning the disappearance of a Long County woman is still unsolved - nearly six years later, and her family wants to be sure the community hasn't forgotten that fact. Gail Moody - is gone, but far from forgotten by her family and friends. They still want answers about where she is and what happened to her - and they say they won't have real closure until they get them.

It's been nearly six years since Debora Gail DeLoach Moody disappeared from her home without a trace - but memories of the days surrounding her daughter's disappearance haven't faded with time for Melanie Clark, "Some days it's like yesterday - some days are good, some are bad." But it's not enough for those memories to be fresh in her mind - she wants the community to remember as well...that's why she and her family continue to put up signs and flyers throughout the Hinesville area . "Just to keep her picture out and let people know that she's still missing and we still need some information on where she is. She just, couldn't just have flown you know - somebody's gotta know something," says Clark. And she's not giving up hope that one of the people that sees the signs may someday provide the answers she so desperately needs, "I haven't, I'm still hoping that there's something, that somebody, somebody knows something. Somebody's got to know what's going on - but they just won't come forward and I wish they would."

One person she hoped could provide those answers - pleaded guilty in the disappearance and murder of another woman from the same area this past summer - but Kenneth Lumpkin has denied any knowledge of Moody's whereabouts. Clark says, "It was just very - the whole, the whole thing with his trial and all was just very upsetting to me and not knowing you know - we sit there and we talked to the D.A. and the G.B.I. and then not knowing for like a week or two later what was going on." Moody disappeared from her home without a trace on December 4, 2007. The court's declared her dead after a petition from her estranged husband in October of last year. The family finally held a memorial service for her this past April.

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