According to The Northern Virginia Daily, the women stated that the man made signals to tell them something with their car was wrong. Some pulled over, some didn’t. In the case that they did, the man offered them a ride. Unsolved Mysteries writes that two women who accepted found nothing amiss. Some noted that he did seem “agitated” if they didn’t pull over or refused his help. On one occasion, a woman who accepted his ride became “frightened” and a physical confrontation ensued; she was pushed out of the car but survived. In each instance, it was found that nothing was ever wrong with their cars.

Police believe the suspected serial killer was “practicing” and “getting comfortable” so he could eventually carry out what he “intended to do.” Because of this, he was later called “The Route 29 Stalker.” Per Unsolved Mysteries Wiki, on May 7, two months after her disappearance, Alicia Showalter Reynolds’ remains were found in a wooded area 15 miles from where she was last seen.

A cause of death has never been released, but it is believed she was murdered on the same day she went missing. David Darrell Rice, a Maryland man, was later named a person of interest. As of 2021, however, no one has been charged with Reynold’s death and her parents are still seeking answers and justice (via WHSV).

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