This week marks the 15th-anniversary of one of the most mysterious missing person cases ever to take place in Northwest Florida.
In August 1992, 35-year-old Pamela Ray left her two sleeping children inside the family car to get a motel room on Panama City Beach.
She has never been seen or heard from again.
One witness said she was talking to a man in the motel parking lot, and he later heard a scream from the beach.
The case of the missing Atlanta woman has been the subject of several network television programs over the years.
But all the leads have failed to reveal any evidence of what happened to Ray.
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