On Tuesday, June 27, 2000, in the sleepy town of Warren, Massachusetts, a teenage lifeguard arrives for her shift at the local pond at 10:00 a.m. Then, just 20 minutes later, a mother arrives with her kids for a swim to find the lifeguard’s post deserted. For three years the disappearance of Molly Bish will remain a complete mystery – until one man makes a strange discovery in some woods.
In June 2000 young, blonde-haired Molly was enjoying her summer break like any other teenage girl. Having attended prom and finished her junior year, the committed athlete had taken a job at Comins Pond, a local swimming destination just south of the center of town. Not one to rest on her laurels, Molly had even sacrificed her Saturdays to train for the role.
On the morning of June 27, then, Molly’s mother, Magi, dropped the teenaged girl off for work at Comins Pond. According to Magi, Molly had told her that she loved her and then set off through an empty parking lot to begin her day. However, when Sandra Woodworth and her children arrived shortly after, the teenager was nowhere to be seen.