On June 6 2014, nurse Zulma Pabon clocked out at the St. Francis Medical Hospital in Chesterfield County, VA, for the last time. She knew that it was her last day on the job, but she had no idea that it was also her last day on Earth. Late that day, something horrible happened to Pabon, and she was never seen again.
Though she was just one of the thousands of people who went missing in 2014, Pabon's loved ones held out hope that she would be found alive. The police were far more skeptical, and set their sights on John Gibbs III, her boyfriend of six years and father to her only son. In the days after her disappearance, he behaved erratically, and even took an unscheduled 10-day road trip to California. His internet search history was also highly suspicious, and suggested that he was covering up something criminal.
Although Pabon's body was never found, police and prosecutors were able to secure a case against Gibbs. He was eventually charged with first-degree murder, but a lack of concrete facts made conviction difficult. Without a body, motive, or murder weapon, it was a monumental task to serve Gibbs justice.
After Pabon’s Disappearance, Her Boyfriend Showed No Concern
Gibbs’s Search History Was Extremely Suspect
Gibbs Made Some Shady Purchases
Pabon Disappeared On Her Last Day Of Work
Pabon Was On The Verge Of Ending Her Relationship With Gibbs
Gibbs Went On A Suspicious Road Trip Days After Pabon VanishedPhoto: Google Maps