On December 23rd, 1974, just a couple days before Christmas, three girls – 17-year-old Rachel Trlica, 14-year-old Renee Wilson, and 9-year-old Julie Moseley – set out for a shopping trip. They had two destinations in mind. One was the local Army Navy surplus/discount store, where Rene would get some items out of layaway, and the other was Seminary South Shopping Center. They no doubt made it to the Army Navy, but they were never confirmed to be seen anywhere else. At a little after 4 PM, Rene’s folks began searching for the girls. Their efforts, however, were futile and Rachel, Rene, and Julie haven’t been seen since. The story is shrouded in mystery and has become woven into the fabric of Fort Worth’s history.
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