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Never seen before images in Holly Bobo Case

PARSONS, TN (WSMV) -

Twenty-two months have passed since nursing student Holly Bobo vanished into the woods, and now we are getting a first look inside the place Bobo called home and the car port where she was abducted.

Channel 4 also spoke with her brother, Clint Bobo, who was the last to see her.

It was a Wednesday morning. Holly Bobo walked 10 to 12 feet to her car which had just been washed four days earlier.

Holly's family told Channel 4 they believe her kidnapper was waiting around the corner in the car port watching the reflection on Holly's car. And when Holly rounded the corner, that's when they think he struck.

"All the time it stays on my mind,"said Clint Bobo.

He watched through the kitchen door as his sister's captor escorted her into the woods.

"The last I seen them, they were walking past those two trees back there to the left of that tree house," he said.

Next, they walked down a 4-wheeler path in the nearby woods. The Bobo family dog, Champ, followed, wagging his tail the whole way.

It's a two-minute walk to the main road. Holly's family believes he, whoever he is, had a car  waiting on the other side. They do not know if he had help.

"There are just so many questions unanswered," said Clint Bobo.  

In the room she left behind, nothing has changed.

There's a teddy bear, makeup, pictures of friends and the boy she dreamed of marrying.

The Bobo family allowed us in for the first time Monday because they don't want people to forget.

"We're a close family and we've always been a close family. It's just right now one of us is missing," said Karen Bobo, Holly's mom. 

It's been a daily struggle and constant effort keeping the word out there.

"There's just nothing normal about us any more," said Karen Bobo.  

Holly Bobo is still missing.

"We know that someone knows something," said Karen Bobo. 

And they need her back alive.  

"Just hoping that today will be the day," said Karen Bobo. 
 
"Please just let Holly go. Let her come back to her family," said Clint Bobo. 

The TBI said they have no new information to share on the case.

The Bobos are desperate for new leads and that's why they continue to put out flyers and banners. Anyone who would like them for their home or business can contact 731-733-3913.

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