The skull that could possibly belong to Indiana University student Lauren Spierer is currently undergoing testing. Lauren Spierer’s family is waiting anxiously for the test results, though Spierer has been missing for over a year. The 21-year-old was last seen on June 3rd of last year at 4:30 a.m.
The last time Lauren Spierer’s family had to wait anxiously for test results, bones that turned out to be an unidentified male’s were found just west of Bloomington, according to Huff Post.
Lauren Spierer was last seen at White River in Bloomington, IN. and the skull was found exactly there. Spierer had been walking back to her apartment from a Kilroy’s bar just blocks away.
But the last report of Lauren Spierer’s whereabouts was at Corey Rossman’s apartment before calling it a night and walking home. Nobody knows what happened after that.
Spierer’s father is angry and having grown impatient, along with his family, said, "I think he's a liar and a coward," referring to Rossman.
Spierer’s father wrote online, "When will you end this nightmare for our family? We will never give up," adding, "We are just as determined as we were on June 3, 2011. You need to know that. It's our promise to you. For now we continue to wait."
Huff Post wrote that there is a website (findlauren.com) dedicated to solving the Lauren Spierer missing person case, and informed of a $250,000 reward for anyone who finds her.
According to The Inquistr, Lauren Spierer’s family wrote on Facebook, “In the days ahead, a family will have answers they have been desperately seeking…will it be ours?”