Overview of Patrick King
The disappearance of Patrick King, who was last seen on November 21, 1995, still remains a mystery. According to sources, King left his job at a furniture factory at 3:30 p.m. that day and was later spotted getting into a gray passenger car with two unidentified individuals. He was supposed to meet his girlfriend for a date that night, but he never showed up, which was uncharacteristic of him. Since then, he has never been heard from again.
The next day, King's 1991 Ford Ranger was discovered on a dirt road in the wilderness area known as Snakey Point, near the Patoka River, north of Oakland City, Indiana. Although there was no sign of King at the scene, a search of the area revealed human hair, blood, and fingerprints inside the truck. King's loved ones have stated that he wouldn't have driven the truck to that location, especially since he had just had it painted and refused to even drive it on gravel roads. Moreover, he had left his hunting license behind at his trailer, where he lived alone.
Eight days after King's disappearance, his girlfriend reported that her car was rammed by a black and gray Oldsmobile. Two men inside the vehicle fired shots at her and one of them smashed out her car's headlights. Fortunately, she was unharmed, and the perpetrators were never caught. It is unclear whether this incident is linked to King's disappearance.
Despite extensive investigations, King has never been found, and foul play is suspected in his case, which remains unsolved. King has been declared dead, but his loved ones are still searching for answers and closure.