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These two teen girls are still missing from Carrollton, Texas.
Stacie Madison worked as a receptionist and had plans of studying business at the University of North Texas. On the evening of March 19, 1988, her good friend, Susan Smalley, was staying overnight at her house. The pair left the house together for a short while in Madison's 1967 Ford Mustang convertible, a car that was painted in the emblematic colors of their high school and that Madison had recently bought with the earnings from her two jobs. Later, the girls were seen attempting to purchase alcohol at a 7-Eleven, but the clerk did not sell it to them since they were minors. Madison and Smalley returned to the house, where Madison phoned a friend at around midnight. The girls left the house again shortly after the call, with Madison's car no longer to be seen parked in front of the house where the girls were staying. The last time anyone saw the girls, they were at The Steak and Ale, the same restaurant where Smalley worked as a waitress. An employee at the establishment told investigators that Smalley had been talking to another co-worker while Madison waited for her in the parked car. Smalley and Madison were reported missing the next morning. The Mustang that they had been driving the previous night was found abandoned in the parking lot of a Dallas shopping center, together with personal belongings of both girls inside. When last seen, Madison was wearing white cotton pants and a white long-sleeved sweatshirt with a logo of pink and orange and white tennis shoes; Smalley was wearing a white sweater and blue jeans and was carrying a shoulder bag of navy blue with camel trim as well. These Newman Smith High School Students will never be forgotten and Carrollton will never stop searching for them.
In this Texas town you will find some very unusual things happening. Long time residents don't age, ghost pull people's hair, other ghost grab people's ankles and heels. And some current people pop up in photos that are over 100 years old. Find out if Carrollton Texas is haunted or if there is a time portal within Carrollton City Limits! Cane Rosso Carrollton, AW Perry Museum, 55 Degrees Wine Bar on Elm Street, and The Rainbow Fountain and Grill all seem to have odd occurrences within their walls
1966 Downtown Carrollton Texas Parade with the Lionettes from R.L. Turner High School
The year is 1966 and Lionettes R. L. Turner and RL Turner's Band's Booster Group RL Turner Lion Band were having a parade in Downtown Carrollton – City Events . In this video you will see the Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue admin building and the Carrollton Fire Fighters For Responsible Government Old Fire truck they call The General.
This soda shop opened in 1929, catch real ghostly activity on security cameras? Downtown Carrollton Texas is the most haunted spot in the entire state of Texas. Carrollton Texas has been the scene for some swingin’ good times for more than a century—as well as its fair share of ghostly occurrences. On your visit to Carrollton expect to experience falling paintings, mysterious slamming doors, the sensation of your clothes' and hair being pulled, unexplained children’s laughter, and phantom footsteps. Carrollton Texas is not new in the supernatural spirit experiences. This town is so well loved many never want to leave. If you are searching for a real haunting, visit 55 Degrees on Elm Street, The Rainbow Fountain and Grill on Broadway, Cane Rosso Pizza on Broadway, The American Legion on Elm Street, or 3 Nations Brewery.
1957 Downtown Carrollton Perry's Super Market. Today this building holds the Antique Mall .