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January 17, 2021 58 min
Timothy Guy disappeared in February 1987. His family believes he never left his place of employment alive. When Timothy disappeared, he was 18 years old. He lived with his parents in Snellville, Georgia. He had left home to take a job working at a now defunct ranch called the Sleepy Fox Farm located in Forsyth County Georgia.

The ranch was roughly 25 miles away from Tim’s home. Not only did he work at the farm, he also lived there. Tim worked as a farm hand for a man named Phillip Klinger who is now deceased. Tim cleaned stalls and did other manual labor.

He was last seen on February 6, 1987. Allegedly, he left the farm with a friend who drove a 1970 something Chevy Impala. And this is where this case gets strange. If you look up Timothy Guy on the internet, there are many articles and theories about his fate.

Warren Guy is Tim’s father. He has been searching for his son for over 30 years. Over the years, he has heard many rumors about his son. One of the more horrific ones is that Tim never left the Sleepy Fox Farm alive.

For this week's episode, I spoke to a true crime blogger named Anthony (Shurlock Holmes) who is Warren's friend. I also spoke to Dawn Klinger, who is the daughter of Timothy's late employer. It's been alleged he was involved with Tim's disappearance. Dawn has defended her father and said he had nothing to do with Tim's disappearance.

If you would like to learn more about this story, please visit Anthony's social media sites or Timothy's Facebook page.

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