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This is the eighth case, and it will air on HLN at 9 p.m. ET.
The disappearance of Ray Gricar is a mystery that continues to haunt the town of Bellefonte, Pennsylvania.
Just eight months away from retirement as a 20-year prosecutor, Gricar vanished after taking a day off from work to take a scenic drive. When he was not heard from for 12 hours, Gricar's girlfriend reported him missing on April 15, 2005. The next day, his red and white MINI Cooper was found in an antique mall parking lot - his cell phone still in the car, but his sunglasses and keys missing.
There have been many false sightings over the last five-plus years, but nothing to fully draw police to any one of the three theories they've had since day one of Ray's disappearance: Either he walked away from his life, met with foul play, or committed suicide.
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