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In 1991, A Pennsylvania Mother Of Two Vanished While Working A Night Shift As A Bartender: Her Cowboy Boots Were Later Discovered In The Men’s Restroom, And Her Car Was Left In The Parking Lot, But She Remains Missing To This Day

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Born on March 1, 1962, Brenda Condon spent her childhood living in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, before graduating from Clearfield Area High School in 1980.

Then, by the time she was 28 years old, Brenda had two children– who were 10 and 12 years old. She was divorced, and her kids lived with their father. Meanwhile, Brenda was living with her boyfriend, whom she’d been dating for two years, in Spring Township, Pennsylvania.

In 1991, she also began working multiple jobs. While running two different home cleaning services– one of which was located in Williamsport, while the other was in State College– Brenda then started bartending at Carl’s Bad Tavern.

But, after working there for only two weeks, she mysteriously disappeared during her night shift and was never seen again.

It all began on February 27, 1991, at Carl’s Bad Tavern, which was located in a rural region about two miles north of Bellefonte, Pennsylvania.

Brenda was scheduled to work a double shift that evening, which meant she was supposed to close down the bar late that night before returning to the bar to work again the following morning from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

However, after Brenda was last seen speaking to an unknown man at the bar by a customer sometime between 12:45 a.m. and 1:15 a.m. on February 27, she vanished.

Still, it wasn’t until other employees began arriving at the tavern the next day that they realized something was wrong. The bar had been left unlocked and abandoned. The receipts from the prior night were stored away, and the lights had been turned off.

Additionally, they found Brenda’s cowboy boots in the men’s restroom and her vehicle– a grey 1986 Mercury Capri– still in the parking lot. Yet, she was nowhere to be found.

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