Michelle Guse’s mother, Sherill Levitt, disappeared along with her daughter and a friend, Suzie Streeter, in 1992 in an event known as the Springfield Three. Despite extensive investigations, the fate of the three women remains unknown.
On June 7, 1992, Sherill Levitt, her daughter Michelle Guse, and family friend Suzie Streeter vanished from Levitt’s home in Springfield, Missouri. The case quickly gained notoriety due to the mysterious circumstances surrounding their disappearance. The women had been at Streeter’s high school graduation the night before, and when friends arrived at Levitt’s house the next day, they found the women’s belongings, including their purses and cars, but no sign of the women themselves.
The Springfield Police Department launched a comprehensive investigation, interviewing numerous potential witnesses and following up on various leads. Over the years, several theories have been proposed, including abduction by a known acquaintance or a random act of violence, but no conclusive evidence has been found to support any specific scenario.
The case has been featured on various news programs and true crime shows, keeping the story in the public eye. Despite the passage of time, the case remains open, and the Springfield Police Department continues to encourage anyone with information to come forward. The disappearance of the Springfield Three is considered one of the most perplexing unsolved cases in Missouri’s history.