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“Disappeared” will air 9 p.m. tonight on the Investigation Discovery channel.
Brighthouse customers can see the program on channel 143, DirecTV at channel 285 and Dish Network on channel 192.
The story of missing Malabar volunteer firefighter Brandy Hall will be featured on an investigative television show that delves into the mystery surrounding her 2006 disappearance.
“I haven’t seen a preview of it but hopefully it will keep the case in the public (eye),” Palm Bay Police Detective Mike Pusatere said today.
The hour-long show “Disappeared” airs 9 tonight on the Investigation Discovery channel and will highlight the case of the 32-year-old mother of two along with the circumstances surrounding her case.
A fisherman found Hall’s fire fighting gear in a pond in a wooded area near Brevard Community College’s Palm Bay campus.
Hall’s dark-green pickup truck was pulled out of the same pond, but Palm Bay police did not locate any clues as to Hall’s whereabouts.
Police continue to treat the case as a homicide. Friends of Hall’s also hope the program will rekindle public interest in what has become a troubling mystery for family members and acquaintances of Hall’s.
“I hope that people see that there’s a lot more to the case,” said Lynn Troup, a longtime friend of Hall who plans to watch the show with a small group of friends.
“There are definitely other people involved,” in her disappearance, Troup said.
Since Hall’s disappearance, the case has drawn the interest of everyone from psychics to locals who still swap stories about details of the case.
Detectives looked into possible connections from Hall’s past, including a number of her relationships, including one with a Palm Bay firefighter.
No persons of interests have been named, however.
“We’re not giving up on this case,” Pusatere said.
“We’ll continue to pursue so that we can get justice for her.”
Anyone with information in the case is asked to call CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS.