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This couple mysteriously disappeared, so who's still updating their Facebook?

Charlie Carver and Kala Brown went missing from their apartment in Anderson, South Carolina on August 31. Since then, none of their friends or family have heard from them, which makes it all the more disturbing that Carver's Facebook account continues to be updated with creepy memes, quotes, and even private messages. The Daily Beast's Kelly Weill has written an in-depth exploration of this story—it's a must-read, but keep the lights on.
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