The Trail Went Cold – Episode 126 – Sherri Holland

August 16, 1996. Clayton County, Georgia. 34-year old Sherri Holland leaves her vacation home in Flagler Beach, Florida in order to drive back to her residence in Atlanta, but never arrives. Eight days later, Sherri’s abandoned BMW is discovered on the northbound shoulder of Interstate 75 with a nail in one of the tires and her two dogs are soon found in a field a few miles away. An investigation into Sherri’s background uncovers a lot of surprising secrets, as it turns out she operated an escort service and was accused by her business partner of blackmailing her clients, and she was also carrying on a years-long affair with a married man. But did anything related to Sherri’s personal life play a role in her disappearance? We shall explore many different theories in this perplexing missing persons case on this week’s episode of “The Trail Went Cold”.

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The Trail Went Cold is produced and edited by Magill Foote.

All music is composed by Vince Nitro.

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