The Puzzling Disappearance of Rachel Cooke Part 2: The Promise

Part 2 of 3. 19-year-old Rachel Cooke’s disappearance consumed her father, Robert Cooke. While the month following saw incredible activity in the form of searches from incredibly valuable Texas-based organizations and The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office, that activity dwindled as the year went on. New composite sketches and heightened media presence due to the Cooke family’s persistence seemed like promising prospects. But even after what might be the largest search and recovery operation the county had ever seen, the efforts fell short and there still wasn’t a trace of Rachel Cooke to be found.

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