In the early hours of May 23, 2010, two women walked into a cafe in the coastal city of Port Elizabeth, N.S. They had been invited to have a conversation with the woman who would become one of Canada’s hottest stars.
The woman, whom the two had met at a music festival, was a fashion photographer.
She was tall and petite, with a long, curly hair that went down to her shoulders.
The other woman, who was much shorter and more petite than her, was dressed in an open-necked black shirt with the sleeves rolled up.
They chatted for about 10 minutes, and then the woman left the cafe.
The next morning, she texted the two women that she was “a big fan of the models,” and “had a great time.”
But she also promised that she had “one final message for you.”
She asked them to come back tomorrow morning, at 5 a.m.
They were surprised.
She had left messages for them on Facebook, but they had never seen them.
When they called to find out where she was, they were told she had left for a job interview.
It was a typical morning at a café in Port Elizabeth.
At 6:30 a.p.m., the woman arrived in the small cafe and found her friend sitting on a sofa.
They talked for a while, until the woman decided to leave the cafe, and the friend returned home.
When she got home, she discovered that her friend had also disappeared.
She called police and reported the missing person.
Investigators found that the woman had been working in a modelling agency, but the agency was unknown.
The man who had met the model had never met her.
In May, she was a model for a local newspaper, and her career was soaring.
By June, she had become the most expensive model in the country.
The model who had first met the photographer had also vanished.
The two women knew that they were missing.
On June 23, they received an anonymous text message, from a woman named Linda.
She said she was going to take her friend to an “unidentified location.”
She said that she wanted to meet her friend, and that she would meet her tomorrow morning at 5:00 a. m.
“It was pretty clear from the text message that this was the person who was responsible for Linda’s disappearance,” says the man who first saw Linda, who asked that his name not be published.
Linda had worked at a modeling agency in the city of St. John’s, Nfld.
She left her job in May to become a model, and was working at the same agency when she disappeared.
“Linda was a really good friend,” says Lisa Fisk, who runs the online modelling blog Beautiful Girls Gone Bad.
Linda was known as the “beautiful girl with a big boobs” because of her body, Fisk says.
“She was an older model who was very tall and beautiful.”
But Linda had a lot going for her, Fisks says.
She’d been married three times, had two kids and had always been active.
In addition to modelling, she worked as a teacher in the arts.
In April, Linda was a finalist in a contest in St. Paul, Minn.
Linda won $3,000, and had her photo taken with some of the best models from the St. Louis area, according to the website of Stonestown-based modeling agency The Real Lingerie Agency.
But Linda’s profile had been deleted from the agency’s website, Fisky says.
Linda disappeared after going to a coffee shop in StonestOWN.
When the Stonestowners were alerted to her disappearance, Linda’s mother and sister called the Stonewall RCMP, who went to Linda’s home in Stonewood, Minnetonka, on June 18.
They asked Linda to come to the Stoneybrook detachment, and she was given a phone number.
The call ended with Linda saying she was coming to Stonewill.
Police are still trying to determine if she made contact with Linda’s boyfriend, whom she said she had been seeing for a year.
They are still searching for Linda.
Fisk believes Linda may have been working as a prostitute.
“I think it’s very possible she was working as an escort,” she says.
But she doesn’t believe Linda had anything to do with Linda Fisk’s disappearance.
Fisky believes Linda Fisks was in her mid-30s, and possibly had a boyfriend.
She believes Linda had been in the same city as Linda Fisky when Linda Fikes went missing, and when she was last seen, Linda Fishes was living at a house in the Stawamusie, Nl. area.
She says she has not seen Linda Fights face since.
Linda Fries, the model’s mother, believes Linda disappeared in a fit of anger.
“What would you say to a