When the dates show 1981, an incredible incident happened with a family of three in the state of Texas in the United States. The new parents, Harold and Tina Klaus, disappeared along with their daughter Holly. The unfortunate couple was found dead in the woods of Houston a few months later, but no trace of baby Holly was found. The Klaus couple had no traffic accidents, they had no enemies. So how did Klaus die and where was their daughter Holly? Why and how did this happen 41 years ago?
The mysterious death of the Klose family has caught the attention of a team of researchers investigating past disappearances and murders in the United States. After seeing no sign of the baby Holy Clause for 41 years, the researchers followed suit. Somewhere confident that baby Holly was still alive, the researchers began a subtle search to find her.
Left from church
As a result of the research, baby holly was finally found. Texas Deputy Attorney General Brent Webster issued a press release regarding the incident. At the press conference, the couple said they learned that their youngest daughter, Holly, had left a church in Arizona 41 years ago.
Authorities tracked down Holly and eventually found her, and DNA tests confirmed that Holly was the youngest child missing in Texas 41 years ago. “After the DNA test, Holly was informed of the identity of her biological parents and is in contact with her extended biological family,” the statement said.
Who are the mysterious women?
The real issue was what Holly has done for 41 years and how to find out where she is today. It was thought Holly might have been abducted as a child by her parents, but Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said the family raised Baby Holly was not suspected of killing their biological parents. It was two unidentified women who found Holly at a young age and took her to church. According to records, the Holly doll was found by two women.
The Christian family
Investigators believe the two women belonged to a religion who delivered baby holi to a church after Klaus’ death. Authorities did not name the community, but two experts concluded they were probably members of the “Christian family”, based on descriptions of women who gave birth.
‘Welcome barefoot, clothed’
Known in the United States as the ‘Christian Family’, the community was a very interesting and mysterious community. The members of this community lived as nomads, dressed in white and usually walked barefoot. The now-extinct cult was known to roam between California, Arizona and Texas in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. Dr. did research on cult. Steven Hassan added that the descriptions of the women who abducted the baby Holly did not fit into any description other than the “Christ Family” cult.
Children with disabilities
The Texas attorney general said they found the Klaus family receiving a phone call in December 1980 or early 1981 from a woman who claimed to be part of the Christian family community and identified herself as “Sister Susan.” Presumably, the deceased couple was associated with religion through ‘Sister Susan’. The Klaus family accepted an offer to visit Sister Susan. The authorities knew nothing but this information. No details were given about what was discussed at the meeting or what the purpose of the meeting was. Klaus may have joined the religion, but they had a problem. This nomadic community wanted to move freely and comfortably when Klaus was a child of the family. The child prevents them from roaming freely. Because if you are a member of a nomadic group, you have to be active, attentive and one child was enough to confuse you. There are allegations that something could happen to the Klaus family in the community. For this reason, it is speculated that the two women who delivered the baby Holly to church, as it would prevent them from dying, may have been directly involved in the incident.
Now an adult woman
There are many details of the case that are not yet clear, which have come to the fore again after 41 years. Baby Holly, on the other hand, is an adult female, 5-year-old mother, currently living in Oklahoma. For almost forty years he did not know whether his biological family was dead or alive. Holly Klaus, who did not know what happened to her family 41 years ago, began visiting her relatives today.
‘A Gift from Heaven’
The results of the DNA test showed that Holly’s granddaughter was in tears. Commenting on her granddaughter’s discovery, grandmother Donna Cassanta said it was “a gift from heaven” because she was found on her father’s birthday. Holly’s biological aunt, Cheryl Klaus, said she was glad to meet her niece for the first time and was very lucky to have a good life.