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  • In 1974, three Fort Worth girls vanished. Forty years later, this is all we know

    Two nights before Christmas in 1974, Rachel Trlica, Renee Wilson and Julie Moseley went shopping at the Seminary South Shopping Center and were never seen again. Their bodies have never been found and no suspects have been identified. Here's a brief explanation of one of Fort Worth's most famous cold cases.

Two nights before Christmas in 1974, Rachel Trlica, Renee Wilson and Julie Moseley went shopping at the Seminary South Shopping Center and were never seen again. Their bodies have never been found and no suspects have been identified. Here's a brief explanation of one of Fort Worth's most famous cold cases. Lena Blietz lblietz@star-telegram.com
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