A national cable television channel will turn its attention to the 2014 disappearance of Lynn Messer, an STL area mother and teacher whose remains were recently uncovered.
The show airs at 9 p.m. Sunday on Investigation Discovery.
The episode points its camera at the case of Messer, 52, who vanished in 2014 from her family’s 250-acre farm near Bloomsdale in Ste. Genevieve County, Mo.
In November 2016, one of her sons, Aaron Messer, found human remains on the edge of the ranch. Dental records have identified the bones as belonging to Lynn Messer.
The episode includes interviews with both of her sons, Aaron and Abram Messer; her sisters, Debra Donze and Julie Rayfield; daughter-in-law Elizabeth Messer; and Sheriff Gary Stolzer and Sgt. Austin Clark of the Ste. Genevieve County Sheriff’s Office.
Lynn Messer's husband, Kerry Messer, is the founder of Missouri Family Network, a lobbying group that espouses Christian values and supports a pro-family, traditional marriage agenda.
The FBI now is handling the investigation of the case.