January 3, 2019, seemed to be a night like any other. A Colorado mother, Savannah Spurlock, went out for a harmless night on the town with her friends. Little did her family know that this would be the last time they’d see her.
Spurlock was last seen leaving a local pub called The Other Bar at around 2:30 am. The location’s surveillance camera captured her exiting with three men, none of which her friends and family were able to identify as friends.
Her mother, Ellen Spurlock, told Fox News about the last time she saw her daughter: “She did not seem to be under any duress, she just seemed happy. I went back to sleep thinking, ‘You know, she’s going to be home later this morning. She promised me.’”
Now, over five weeks have passed since her disappearance and her family is still desperate for any kind of answers that would lead them to believe that she is still alive and well. One of her best friends, 21-year-old Sabrina Speratos, recently spoke with authorities and gave them a haunting revelation.
According to sources: “Spurlock would have ‘jumped out of the car’ if she knew the three men she was last seen with planned on driving her one hour south to rural Garrard County - which is where police tell Fox News the young mother ended up the night she went missing.”
Speratos continued: “No matter how intoxicated she would have been, she would not have been willing to go with strangers to Garrard County. She would even have called her mom to come get her if she knew they were going to take her there - that’s how close she was with her mother, with me. I mean if she didn’t want to call her mom, she would have called me.”
This new development of evidence has proven exactly what everyone had feared all along - Savannah likely was taken against her will to the location of her disappearance and foul play is certainly being heavily considered.
We ask that you continue to keep this family in your thoughts and prayers as they patiently await another new development in the case of their missing Savannah. Please pray that she will be found safe, alive, and be returned home to her young children as soon as possible.