Branson Jernigan: It Seems Like People Have Been Forgetting About Her
On October 13, 2018, Karlie Gusé disappeared from Bishop, California. Family and friends continue to carry hope for her return and memories of their time together. The Mono County Sheriff’s Office and the FBI carry an investigation that has yet to solve the mystery of where Karlie is.
Last time I saw her was probably at my mom's house. She was mad at me because it was the last couple of days we were hanging out there. They were in the kitchen, and I was just trying to be funny and shoot a paper towel into the laundry basket. And then she was being all mad. I was like, "Do you need a hug?" I didn't have my shirt on, and she was like, "Ew, you feel like wet ham." And we were all laughing because of that. It was funny. Yeah, that was probably the last time I saw her or that I can remember of it.
I would always try to be like her because... It was just weird. I don't know. Everybody was like, "She's not your sister. You don't look anything like her." But when you compared us, we looked a lot alike. And people still don't really believe that she was my sister, and I compare her as my sister anyways. I think about her, and it's confusing because it's like life has just been normal, and it's like she hasn't even really been gone. But it seems like people have been forgetting about her a lot more and not really thinking much about her.
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