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The vehicle then departed and for the next forty-eight hours the Harrisons’ cabin was silent.
When the Harrisons failed to report to work for the next two days the couple’s coworkers became anxious.
The cabin, lacking a phone and electricity, needed extensive repair work but the couple was undeterred; in April, 1979 Andy and Pam purchased the property and moved south.
Andy, age twenty-eight, a former high school sports hero, got a job delivering Pepsi products to local convenience stores; Pam, age twenty-seven, a former cheerleader and model, manned the front desk at a nearby Holliday Inn.