Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
On September 29, 1975 Sandra Landrum left her Union City home at dusk, telling her mother she was going to the nearby Dairy Queen. Sandra was walking to a pay phone at the Dairy Queen one half-block from her home. Her mother was using the phone at her home, and she did not want to wait. She never returned home.
The next day, the Landrums reported Sandra missing. Because she had just turned 18, Union City police told them, they could do nothing. There was no publicity about the disappearance, but the Landrums received frequent telephone calls, some offering gruesome information about Sandra.
Her Social Security number and credit history has indicated no activity.
The youngest of six children, Sandra Landrum was a small-town girl who left Campbell High School in Union City without graduating and lived at home with her parents.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Union City Police Department
The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution