An Alabama woman has been found on a remote road in rural Alabama on Saturday after missing for over a month.
Lisa Theris, 25, mysteriously disappeared a month ago and first reported missing on July 18.
Judy Garner was driving on Highway 82 in Bullock County when she spotted something in the bushes. She thought it was a deer but to her surprise, it was Lisa Theris, naked and looking for help.
Garner approached he sand stayed, comforts her, comforts her, gives water, and then called 911 and told them she had found a girl on the road. Police arrived immediately.
Lisa Theris is a 25 year-old woman who lives in Louisville, Alabama, is a Radiology student who went missing in the wilderness in rural Alabama for a month and apparently surviving on only berries and wild mushrooms.
Theris was found naked covered in scratches, bug bites, hair matted, dirt under her fingernails, and had lost 50 pounds already. The passerby driver who found the missing girl called the police for help.
Theris was transported to a nearby hospital to check her medical and mental condition. She has since been released to her family’s home.
The police are investigating how she was ended up in the wilderness at first place. The investigators have detained two suspects who may be involved in the disappearance of Lisa Theris. The incredible part of this story is how survived in the jungle without any proper food and shields. She said she had only berries and mushrooms to feed for the survival. The question is how she lost her clothes and how long she remained naked in the jungle. The story will get unraveled in a matter of days.