The Strange Case of Jennifer Fay – Disappeared and Presumed Dead

This case is a another local case, taking place not far from where I live but it’s not technically a murder because Jennifer disappeared into thin air on November 14th, 1989 and was just never seen again. This case is from the City of Brockton, where there is more distrust of the police than in some of the suburbs but it’s clear that a lot of someone’s know something in this case. It’s just waiting for that one piece of information that brings everything together.

While I had heard the case before, likely from some of the vigils that have been held, what it leading me today to want to share today is a podcast I listened to called, “The Vanished”. If you have not listened to the podcast before – I invite you to give it a listen, and hear Jennifer’s Story.

Hopefully, this case will be solved. For myself, I am particularly interested in whether the abuse of the disabled person in this story was part of the reason that Jennifer disappeared. It was an aspect of the case I had never heard before and it could certainly speak to a motive.

http://www.thevanishedpodcast.com/episodes/2020/11/16/episode-256-jennifer-fay

If you know something, or think you know something that could help bring –peace to Jennifer’s Family please reach out to the Brockton Police Department: 508-941-0200

Resources and Articles on the Jennifer Fay Case:

https://www.boston25news.com/news/new-englands-unsolved-jennifer-fay-disappearance-30-years-later/1006507984/

https://www.enterprisenews.com/story/news/local/2020/11/15/brockton-vigil-jennifer-fay-missing-31-years/6298446002/

https://jenniferlynnfayfoundation.org/

https://www.newsbreak.com/massachusetts/brockton/news/2102195431748/family-of-missing-brockton-teen-jennifer-fay-observing-tough-anniversary

Author: murderinne

Exploring local by cases in New England through extensive research and lots of coffee drinking. My opinions are my own. Sources links for more information will be posted with each post. You can email me with case suggestions, comments and just to send love at newenglandcases@gmail.com

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