Karlie Guse Found Alive 2022
A 16-year-old girl named Karlie Guse disappeared in October of 2018. She was last seen in the Mono County area of California. There was no evidence to indicate why she went missing. The Mono County Sheriff’s Office has searched the area and is investigating.
The Guse family has offered a $17,500 reward for any information leading to the discovery of Karlie. But no one has been charged in connection with her disappearance. In the meantime, her biological mother says that Melissa didn’t call 911 for her daughter. Her father and stepmother are also concerned about the investigation.
Karlie’s parents are both worried that the investigation will ruin their relationship. They don’t trust that Melissa knows where Karlie is. And they have a hard time believing that her boyfriend Zac knows what’s happening. However, Lindsay Guse believes that Zac is hiding some truths. Regardless, she is still looking for answers.
During her investigation, she noticed that Karlie was in the bedroom, asleep in a bed with her eyes open. She also saw that she had huge pupils. This was a sign of something other than marijuana. Later on, she was found with a swollen eye and a bruise. It turned out that she was on something else when she left.
After a few hours, Karlie was not found. As a result, she became paranoid that someone would kill her. When Melissa woke up at around 5:30 in the morning, she learned that Karlie had gone missing. At the time, she didn’t believe it. Since then, she changed her statement.
In the early morning, Karlie was lying in her bed with her eyes open. After a while, she drifted off to sleep again. However, she never woke up again. On the following day, she was never seen.
One of the first people to discover that Karlie was missing was a neighbor. According to her, the young girl was wearing sweatpants that had been worn in the previous night. She thought that it was strange that a young girl was out so early. Another neighbor commented that Karlie was wearing sweatpants in 40-degree Fahrenheit temperatures.
Another person who investigated the case was a former Mammoth Lakes police sergeant named Paul Dostie. He co-founded Forensic Recovery Services, a company that searches for missing loved ones.
In the beginning, the investigators didn’t think that a pair of bloody underwear was linked to the case. That was until Elena Zavala, a doctorate graduate from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, tried to get DNA out of the soil beneath the underwear. Although she was successful, it did not prove the hypothesis that the underwear was connected to Karlie’s disappearance.
Despite these efforts, Karlie’s father and stepmother haven’t yet found any clues. The case has also been a source of mockery on social media. Some people have even questioned whether the Guse family is blaming the police for her death.
If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Karlie Guse, please contact the Mono County Sheriff’s Office at 970-945-2701. You can also check out the Forensic Magazine article on the case.