sudbury accent: five years and still missing
She will start publishing a book at 5: 30 on March 7. 9 p. m.
In Little Montreal, 182 Elkin Street
Past criminal cases in Sudbury have not been resolved.
The woman we\'re missing and murdered is important.
If we forget their story, their faces become memories.
This is a free event.
Light appetizers and snacks will be served.
If you can\'t publish the book, the unsolved Sudbury: The Missing was murdered. Unexplained.
Will be purchased after March 7 in the Old Book of the bay on Elm Street, Sudbury custom paint and frame on Elkin Street, and the January Brownings boutique on Durham Street.
15-3 weeks lateryear-
Old Meagan Pilon disappeared from downtown sadbury on Tuesday.
2013 I saw her missing person poster attached to the glass window of the Donovan food market.
On my way to visit a friend at the south end, her poster was posted almost on every lamppost and bus shelter on Paris street.
At that time, Megan\'s photos had been circulated hundreds of times on social media.
It definitely shows up on my feed.
When I looked at her face carefully, I realized that I didn\'t know her and moved on.
Five years later, Megan is still missing and her case will become more personal.
In 2018, I met her father, Mark Pilon.
When I started working on the unresolved Sudbury, I contacted Marc via Facebook.
Marc immediately replied to my message.
\"Anything helps,\" he wrote in frustration when I asked to interview his book.
The Marc family is a typical Bachelor mat.
Marc had a kitchen table, two chairs pressed against a yellow wall in front of me, and on the left was behind a sofa facing the big screen TV.
A coffee table on the sofa supports his laptop, cigarette and glass ashtray.
Mark gave me a chair next to it with a high brass light on it.
A small table was filled with an extra ashtray and a criminal plug card about the size of a large bag of matches.
Do you know where Megan Pilon read it with a dark red script?
I recognized the picture of Megan.
Mark sat comfortably on the sofa and ordered a cigarette.
A beautiful tiger cat jumped onto the chair and stared at me with big green eyes.
At that time, I felt haunted.
There was an awkward pause when I put my eyes down and turned to Mark.
I explained to him briefly the project of the book, and he nodded casually, and Mark did not know that Megan was one of the three missing Sudbury women.
I mentioned the story of Jane Smith and Pam Harvey, who sighed.
Mark is very clear about not knowing what pain and harm has happened to your loved one.
With another cigarette, Mark opened his heart to me, and we talked for hours about his beloved daughter Megan.
Mark began to argue with Megan when she was a teenager.
In 2012, Megan was 14 years old and began to stick to his point of view.
She struggles at school and starts fighting against family life, but Mark feels her resistance is typical for a teenager who has just learned where she is in the world.
But after being charged with sexual assault, some changes have taken place in Meagan.
\"After the incident, Megan\'s behavior changed,\" Mark recalled sadly . \".
\"I can\'t even talk to her anymore.
She has been flying her hands.
\"In addition to his own elderly mother having a special connection with her granddaughter, Mark Felt helpless without family support to help take care of Megan.
\"Because the nerves are squeezed at work, I will hear her (Meagan)
Leave at 2. m.
I would get up from the bed to contact her and take a few steps and have to stop because of the pain.
\"At this point, Megan began to stand out from other teenagers and hang out with friends in her housing complex who were not age-appropriate.
These \"friends\" are often in trouble with social services and legal systems.
At the age of 15, Megan\'s behavior was sometimes completely unstable.
\"Megan even used her grandmother and (would)
\"Sneak into her house and steal wine,\" Mark said . \".
On August 2013, Mark recovered from the much-anticipated back surgery.
Although her grandmother had been taking care of him during Megan\'s stay in hospital, at that time it seemed that all control over his children had disappeared, and Mark really had no idea what she was doing, I don\'t know who she is.
The last time Mark saw his daughter was yesterday. 3, 2013.
During the first week of recovery, Mark was undergoing physical therapy and graduated from a hospital bed in a wheelchair. “She (Meagan)
Mark said: \"It was three times, but she was a little uncomfortable when she came the third time, just like taking some kind of pill.
She\'s fine with everyone else.
On her last visit Megan hugged her father, whispered \"I love you\" and left the hospital.
Mark saw his daughter \"two\" leaving from the hospital window.
Door, ink green muscle car.
He has never seen the car before.
Marc concluded: \"My intuition is a bit tingling, but there is nothing I can do about it, and I blame myself for not calling the security guard to check the license plates from their cameras.
\"The last official witness to Megan was on Sunday. 11, 2013.
She was apparently seen outside the center of Tim Holden on Cedar Street.
Later, she went to see half of her.
Justin Pilon\'s brother lives in a room he used to rent at the Park Hotel.
Meagan Pilon has been missing from Sudbury for five years.
Since her disappearance, she has been considered Tim Hortons on Cedar Street in the heart of sadbury, and in the Donovan community, she has been found tearing off her missing poster, the posters were recorded in the Rumball race area.
Several suspected sightings in Espanola, Sidney Pixin and even Cochrane have no new clues to investigate.
Meanwhile, Mark hopes Megan will come back one day.
When his mother was in a state of appeasement, Mark wore a T-shirt
In a public campaign on CBC Radio, he wore a shirt with Migan photos and spoke.
He was sure that Megan would go home to see her grandmother when she needed it, because since her own mother died, she was like a surrogate parent.
But when Megan didn\'t get in touch with her family, Mark began to give up hope.
Two years later, when the $12,000 settlement came into effect on Megan\'s 18 th birthday, Mark still didn\'t hear from his daughter, and he feared it would be the worst.
Half of Meghan in June 2018
Brother Justin welcomed a daughter to the world.
The baby was named after the late mother.
Megan, who is now an aunt, did not go home to see the baby.
The family had hoped that if Megan could lend a helping hand, some of her connections would arise at this important moment. sud.
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