Witness Who Spoke To METALLICA Fan Prior To Disappearance Comes Forward

Cindy Adams of Examiner.com reports: Dave Gardner, a University of Virginia graduate told WDBJ that he spoke to missing Morgan Harrington, 20, prior to her disappearance.

"It was definitely her, I'm 100 percent certain of that," said Gardner.

Gardner travelled from New Jersey to see the METALLICA concert in Charlottesville. He said Morgan seemed excited to see the show and was anxious to get into the venue.

Morgan, a Virginia Tech student, vanished during the concert on Saturday night.

Gardner said he spoke to the both Morgan and the group she was with, and no one appeared to be drinking. After the concert, he noticed that Morgan was not in the car she and friends had arrived in.

Read the entire report from Examiner.com.

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