US News A year after her mysterious and tragic discovery, "Baby Elle" finally regains her identity
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Galerie: These celebrities who have inspired cult video game characters (Gentside) © 2018 STUDIOCANAL SAS / TF1 FILMS PRODUCTION SAS All Rights Reserved The Passenger: training, filming difficulties, the anecdotes of this high-tension suspense In The Passenger, Liam Neeson must foil a mysterious plot in a suburban train. From the training of its main actor to the tips of a shoot like no other, go behind the scenes of this high-speed suspense.
The girl’s remains lay near the batting cages of a softball field near Duck Creek Pond. At the time, investigators explained that someone tried to make her disappear but her body was in fact only partially hidden. Without identity and lack of report concerning his disappearance, "Baby Elle" was surrounded by mysteries. In an attempt to see more clearly, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children tried to put a face to his nickname. According to their research, she appeared to be between two and five years old and may have been dead for several weeks when she was discovered. According to the description by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, "Baby Elle" was "Caucasian or Hispanic" with "thick, wavy and brown hair." An anthropological examination also revealed that she appeared to be suffering from a chronic illness.
The couple now in custody lived only a mile from the sports field where the body was buried. A year after the discovery of the corpse, they had been kicked out of their house, due to serious financial problems.
Stéphane Plaza explains why he makes the sign of the cross before his shootings ... .
Four years after the disappearance of his mother, Stéphane Plaza pays him homage again. © TF1 Stéphane Plaza explains why he makes the sign of the cross before his shootings ... "I have a mourning to do that is not easy. I am more of a believer and more and more, especially after mourning ". This is what Stéphane Plaza confided in 2017, in the columns of Télé Poche, a few months after the death of his mother .