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catsandbeer ground zero, springfield MO. maybe 2009...? i'm gonna miss these jerks being a band. see ya at the demo next saturday. #thedisappeared #lastshiftasmerchgirl 16h

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bjokerst Origami Hearts. Less than two weeks away! Sept 5 at the Demo. #thedisappeared #farewell2015 #stlouismusic #stlouispunx 4d

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bjokerst I think we're ready. Sept 5 at The Demo. #thedisappeared #theD #farewell2015 #stlouismusic #stlouispunx 5d

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kasthuri_24 If want survive, we must work.
If we want to prosper, we must work. #thedisappeared
1w

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mimjargle Artwork by @chainsawchin on the wall! #TheDisappeared 2w

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theelitehuntingclub Amy Lynn Bradley went missing during a Caribbean cruise on March 24, 1998. Amy, her parents, and her brother were vacationing on the Royal Caribbean International cruise ship Rhapsody of the Seas. In the early morning of March 24th, Amy’s brother left his sister sitting on the outdoor balcony and entered his cabin. She was seen a short time later by other passengers riding in the ship’s elevator with a member of the ship’s band, Blue Orchid. The ship docked in Curaçao, Antilles shortly after she was discovered missing and extensive searches on the ship and at sea produced no signs of her whereabouts. It is regarded as unlikely that she fell overboard and drowned, given that she was a trained lifeguard and the ship was close to shore at the time of her disappearance. It is also considered unlikely that she voluntarily disappeared to start a new life. She had recently graduated from college and was anticipating starting a new job after she returned home. There were possible sightings of Bradley in Curaçao in 1998 and 1999. Two Canadian tourists reported seeing a woman resembling Amy on a beach in Curaçao in 1998. The woman’s tattoos were reportedly identical to Bradley’s. She has a Tasmanian Devil spinning a basketball tattoo on her shoulder, the sun on her lower back, a Chinese symbol on her right ankle, and a Gecko lizard on her navel. In 1999 an American sailor reported that he went to a brothel in Curaçao and was approached by a young woman who told him her name was Amy Bradley and asked for his help. At this point, two men in the bar escorted her upstairs. By the time the witness reported this to police several months later, the brothel had burned down. She was also potentially spotted in 2005, when a witness claimed she was seen in a department store restroom in Barbados. An image of a young woman resembling Bradley that was emailed to her parents, suggests that she may have been sold into sexual slavery. In January 2011, CNN Justice raised speculation that a jawbone found in Aruba might belong to Bradley. Amy has never been found and there is a $250,000 reward for information leading to her return. 3w

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theelitehuntingclub In 1953, U.S. Air Force pilot First Lieutenant Felix Moncla and Radar Operator Second Lieutenant Robert L. Wilson disappeared while pursuing an unidentified flying object over Lake Superior. On the evening of November 23, 1953, Air Defense Command Ground Intercept radar operators at Sault St. Marie, Michigan identified an unusual target near the Soo Locks. An F-89C Scorpion jet from Kinross Air Force Base was scrambled to investigate the radar return; the Scorpion was piloted by First Lieutenant Moncla with Second Lieutenant Wilson acting as the Scorpion's radar operator. Wilson had problems tracking the object on the Scorpion’s radar, so ground radar operators gave Moncla directions towards the object as he flew. Flying at some 500 miles per hour, Moncla eventually closed in on the object at about 8000 feet in altitude. Ground Control tracked the Scorpion and the unidentified object as two “blips” on the radar screen. The two blips on the radar screen grew closer and closer, until they seemed to merge as one (return). Assuming that Moncla had flown either under or over the target, Ground Control thought that moments later, the Scorpion and the object would again appear as two separate blips. Donald Keyhoe reported that there was a fear that the two objects had struck one another “as if in a smashing collision.” Rather, the single blip disappeared from the radar screen, then there was no return at all. Attempts were made to contact Moncla via radio, but this was unsuccessful. A search and rescue operation was quickly mounted, but found no trace of the plane or the pilots. There have been plenty of logical explanations as to what happened to First Lieutenant Moncla and Second Lieutenant Wilson but there is no evidence to back up these explanations. The object that showed up on radar remains a mystery and to this day the reason for their disappearance is unknown. #mysteries #unsolveddisappearance #unsolvedmysteries #UFOs #UnidentifiedFlyingObject #DecideForYourself #AirForce #aviation #eerie #missingpersons #thedisappeared 3w

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bjokerst Thanks to @robertkoons for putting this together on short notice for the farewell show. Vinyl is OOP, but you can still get copies of TRM on compact disc and stream it on @spotify #thedisappeared #farewell2015 4w

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bjokerst Gettin' ready for the finale. Bit of rust to knock off. But we'll get 'er right for you. #thedisappeared #farewell2015 4w

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bjokerst Just getting loose for Sept 5. #thedisappeared #farewell2015 1mon

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rebeccataylorny "Art can restore the dignity which has been ripped away from the victims at the time of their violent death." -Doris Salcedo #guggenheim #dorissalcedo #art #thedisappeared #shoes 1mon

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2mon bjokerst
Normal Brad Jokerst

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bjokerst Time to put this on blast. Sept 5 @ The Demo. Let's party. #thedisappeared #theD #farewell2015 2mon

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bjokerst Hope everyone had a great 4th. 8 weeks till the farewell show. Mark your calendars. Sept 5 @ The Demo. #punk #stlouismusicscene #stlouismusic #thedisappeared 2mon

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