Talk:Jean Spangler

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I'm confused by this individual's supposed notability, but I do not doubt that it exists; it only needs to be explained properly. Because most of this article deals with her unexplained disappearance, is that what Spangler is known for? Why does this warrant an article? Where are the sources? These are things that need to be dealt with, and better explained -- especially in the lead section, which is meant to be a summary of the article. I would also like to know more about her life, since the article should in essence be a biography and not just a re-hashing of probabilities dealing with her disappearance.

Also, I added the {{references}} tag (which has now been removed, it would seem) because external links are not the same as sources; this article lacks references/footnotes/inline citations. If reliable, secondary sources are available, they should be utilized properly. María (críticame) 01:24, 20 August 2007 (UTC)

Apparently incorrect fact[edit]

This article states that the note found in the missing woman's purse ends with a comma, indicating it was left unfinished. However, the article does not provide any source for this information. Furthermore, apparently authentic photographs of the note that can be found online, as well as transcriptions of it in contemporary newspaper articles also available online, show that the note ends with a period. Jtcarpet (talk) 19:49, 1 January 2014 (UTC)

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