This story really hit me hard.

It sounds like a movie script but unfortunately it is absolutely real.

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Her name is Megan Green and she is a mother of three.

She's been missing since Saturday.

Much like the Garrett Walker story, in my opinion, this has so many strange and unanswered questions.

Nobody related to her knows any reason for her to even travel to Alabama.

So that's the first question.

She suddenly pulled her Chevy truck off the highway and parked in random parking lots.

Some of that has been caught on video. Houston County, Alabama sheriffs' deputies made contact with her.

This is the most disturbing aspect in this story.

The deputies say she was tired, hungry and distraught.

One deputy spoke of her "acting like she was scared of something or running from something", according to her brother James.

WDHN Television spoke with her brother, and you can see that video below.

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I personally spoke with an officer from the Sheriffs' office, who asked not to be named, and was told that this is one of the strangest cases they have ever been a part of.

The hours spent at the Flying J truck stop are what most are concerned about.

She was in the lot or the store for over five hours. She asked people, including a recently released prison inmate, to use their phones.

The strangest part is that she parked her truck for several hours yet never returned to her vehicle.

It's still in the same spot as of this contributors article being posted.

Let's all say a prayer for Megan Green and her family, as well as her safe return home.

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