I found a woman alive and well in Puerto Rico
A Pennsylvania woman who was missing from her home for more than 30 years and was legally declared dead has been found alive and well in Puerto Rico.
A Pennsylvania woman who was missing from her home for more than 30 years and was legally declared dead has been found alive and well in Puerto Rico. Patricia Kupta, now 83, was last seen in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1992 when The detectives began to investigate About her disappearance, which was reported by her husband.
While she moved around, held various jobs, and being a devout believer, went to mass every Sunday morning: something must have gone wrong, as the woman suddenly started screaming claiming to have seen Madonna, of whom she ‘warned’ ‘. Impending nuclear holocaust: a prediction that never materialized, at least not yet. Patricia’s behavior becomes increasingly strange until one day in 1992 when her husband, Bob, returns home to find that his wife has disappeared.
The man searched for the woman extensively, and so did the police, however Patrizia There was no more news Eventually the case was closed: she was said to have left home because of her apparent mental problems and, unable to take care of herself, was now dead. In support of the investigators’ thesis is also the opinion of a psychiatrist, who said that the woman drowned. The case is then closed. Her husband, Bob, also put her peace of mind.
He found a dead woman in a well in the Cosentino area, he called family members to the rescue
On the other hand, Patricia Copta was very much alive. A few months after leaving home, she catches a ferry to Puerto Rico, where she is soon admitted to a nursing home. At first, he is silent about his origins, but over time he begins to open up to tell his true story. A Puerto Rican social worker reported her to an agent of Interpol, the international police agency, who contacted the US police. A DNA test confirmed that Patricia Copta is still alive.
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