When a couple disappears the hope is that the pair was so madly in love that they ran away together to spend their lives in eternal bliss. However, if a couple does decide to declare their undying love for one another by running away together, chances are that they would leave some kind of clue as to where they had gone, whether it be intentionally or not. This is not what happened to the ten couples listed below. All of the couples listed below vanished without leaving a single piece of evidence as to where they might have gone. Given the sudden disappearance of the couples listed below and the lack of evidence that surrounds these cases, chances are that the disappearance of these couples came about under very disturbing circumstances. In some cases, it has been years since these couples disappeared and still, family and friends are no closer to discovering what became of their loved ones, but that doesn't mean that all hope is lost. Although the whereabouts of these couples are still unknown, family and friends continue to search for any clues that may help them uncover the mystery of what happened to their loved ones.
10 Edward and Stephania Andrews
9 Christopher Mittendorf and Kristina Branum
8 Glen and Bessie Hyde
7 Camden Sylvia and Michael Sullivan
6 Tom and Eileen Lonergan
5 Claude and Martha Sue Shelton
4 Hue Pham and Hue Tran
3 Mitchel Weiser and Bonita Bickwit
2 Danielle Imbo and Richard Petrone
1 William and Margaret Patterson
On March 5, 1957, William Patterson and his wife Margaret vanished from their home in El Paso, Texas. The couple wasn't reported missing until five months after they vanished because their neighbor thought the couple had been on an extended vacation. When the case was finally opened, police investigators found that the couple had left their car and their cat behind, and that their house was in disarray. The neighbor said that on the night of their supposed disappearance, the couple seemed very upset. A short while later, a letter was received from William that provided instructions as to who his properties were to be distributed to. Investigators suspected that it was not William who wrote this letter but one of his employees. In 1984, a man who’d been hired to clean the Patterson’s home reported to police that he found blood under the water heater and pieces of human scalp in the boat propeller. However, the man waited 27 years to tell police about his find (because he was an illegal immigrant) so there wasn't much the police could do with the information.
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