HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) — This weekend marks 35 years since Kelly Bergh-Dove went missing from Harrisonburg.
Though it has been more than three decades since her disappearance, there are still few answers, and many questions about what happened that night.
"And what he took away. He didn't just take her, he took away her future," said Elaine Bergh, Kelly's sister.
Thirty-five years later, Elaine Bergh still has a tough time talking about her sister.
At the age of 20, Kelly Bergh-Dove was working the overnight shift at a local gas station along South Main Street on June 18, 1982.
The station has since been torn down to build a new roadway.
Kelly called police three times that night from a pay phone in the store, which she would have had to leave the counter to reach.
The first call, a little after midnight, was to say she was receiving obscene phone calls, a second call to say a man came into the store and was "dressed improperly," and then a third 911 call came, in which she asked police to hurry.
Police arrived just minutes after the third call, but Kelly was gone, and hasn't been seen since. The only clue left was that she mentioned the man was driving a silver Ford.
To this day, Kelly's family still wonders what happened.
"Different scenarios have played in my head, and I try to push those aside. I know that she was scared, and she wasn't easily scared. She wasn't an easily scared person, but I've heard the tapes, and the very last one, you can hear the fear in her voice," said Elaine.
Of course, Dove's family still wants some sort of closure, so if anyone has any idea what happened to Kelly, they ask you come forward.
Kelly had a daughter, who was four years old at the time her mother went missing.