Someone’s Playing On Decease Desiree Gibbon’s Phone?
The mysterious murder of Desiree Gibbon, the 26-year-old who visited Jamaica, has still not been solved but her aunt said her missing cell phone is still making phone calls. The New York Daily News is reporting the slain woman’s aunt Peggy Brunner was preparing dinner when her phone began ringing Sunday night. She grabbed her cell and stopped cold the moment she saw the name that flashed on the screen.
“I got goosebumps from my head to my toes,” Brunner told the Daily News.
Brunner answered the call and her hello was met with silence. Reportedly Brunner missed a second call from Gibbon’s phone some six hours later, at 11:43 p.m.
Police refused to comment on the status of Desiree’s case or about the mysterious phone calls when TDN reached out. Desiree’s mother still beleives her daughter’s murder was an inside job.
“It was calculated,” Cali-Gibbon said. “She wasn’t robbed. She wasn’t taken for ransom…I think she learned something, I don’t know what, and I think they shut her up.”