MY HEART VOICE PLEA
As of this writing, somebody, one person at least, has been living with the weight of Lynda’s death on their conscience for over fifty-four years. That’s about 20,000 mornings, and counting, that they have woken up and remembered what happened.
I imagine they are exhausted and yearning for peace.
My personal message to them is this:
I think about you every day. I now see your participation
in the gift of my awakening. I know you are suffering. That traumatic,
and perhaps accidental night in 1968 sent many people to Victimtown,
including you and me. I lived there for a long time, but I’m grateful to
have finally left having reclaimed my heart voice power. With love and
compassion, I would like to offer you a road out. Please. . . listen to
your heart, come forward and take my hand.
And to anyone, anywhere, who may know something about what happened to Lynda:
No information is insignificant. Don’t be afraid to speak up.
It’s not too late to do the right thing. You can do it anonymously.
Please come forward and release the pain of your secret.
LYNDA MARY LOUISE WHITE
Last seen on November 13, 1968 (age 19)
Body discovered on May 9, 1973
Case # 955-10-101-1996
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