Missing Girls' Chilling Final Moments Were Captured on Camera

77 Emergency Calls

Police examined the call logs to come up with a timeline of what had happened to the girls in the forest. For almost ten full days after the women disappeared, their cell phones remained in service. Over the first four days, there had been 77 attempts to contact the police via 112, the Dutch emergency number, and 911, the emergency number in Panama.

No Service in the Jungle

Just hours after Kremers and Froon had begun their hike, the first two emergency calls to 112 were made, but the calls never made it through. Shockingly, out of all 77 calls, only one managed to connect—but it was dropped after only two seconds.


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Post originally appeared on Upbeat News.