February 9, 1989, 20-year-old University of Florida student Tiffany Sessions disappeared after going for a walk near her Gainesville apartment. Hundreds helped in the search for Sessions, even attracting national attention, but still the case remained unsolved. 

But now, a new suspect has emerged decades later; authorities are looking into Paul Rowles who was a convicted murderer and sex offender. DNA evidence was matched to Rowles in another Gainesville murder 3 years after Sessions vanished. Rowles delivered pizzas and scaffolding for a living, and one of his scaffolding delivery jobs was located in Sessions' walking route at the time of her dissappearing. 

Rowles has been dead for quite a while, but investigators took possesion of his journal where they found writte at the bottom "2/9/89 #2," the date Sessions vanished.

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