When a girl mysteriously disappears from school, Friday and Gannon try to find her and they find out that there are more questions than answers. One question is 'was she abducted by a man named Harper'.

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Jill Banner ...
Shirley Lawson
Joy Ellison ...
Barbara Cook
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Mrs. Atkins
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Dr. Harper
Dee Carroll ...
Mrs. Lawson
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Faye Wallis
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Mr. Duman
Rhoda Williams ...
Miss Fletcher
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Off. Barrett
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When a girl mysteriously disappears from school, Friday and Gannon try to find her and they find out that there are more questions than answers. One question is 'was she abducted by a man named Harper'.

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13 November 1969 (USA)  »

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Fascinating...and well done.
29 November 2009 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Friday and Gannon are contacted by a local high school. It seems that during the school day, one of the kids just disappeared. Friday and Gannon have a hard time finding her as well, but eventually meet up with her sister--who says all is well and the police can drop their investigation. However, things just don't add up and eventually Friday begins to wonder if there even is a sister.

This is an interesting psychological episode. What I particularly like is that they never used the diagnosis "Multiple Personality Disorder" (or its newer name, "Dissociative Identity Disorder"), as this was not what was occurring. The girl knew full well she had created a new identity for herself--she just liked posing as this younger girl because of her own inadequacies and insecurities. A very unusual situation indeed, but also one that made me sit up and take notice. Well done and well worth seeing.


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