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The Girl In The Picture: Where Are Her Sisters?

The Girl In The Picture: Where Are Her Sisters?

After watching the new film, fans are wondering what became of Suzanne Sevakis’ half-sisters, who were also kidnapped by Franklin Floyd.

The Girl In The Picture is Netflix’s latest film release which has captivated viewers across the globe.

Released on July 6th, the true-crime documentary follows the haunting true story of Sharon Marshall who died at age 20 and was left on the side of the road in what seemed like a hit-and-run accident.

However, all is not as it seems in this true crime thriller, as police later discovered that Sharon Marshall lived under multiple identities.

There was also suspicion surrounding Sharon's husband, Clarence, as he was found kidnapping the couples' son despite him not being the child’s biological father.

As viewers continued to watch, the more bizarre the case became, as Clarence was revealed as Sharon’s step-father, Franklin Floyd, who kidnapped and abused her from a young age. He also gave Sharon multiple aliases to hide her birth name, Suzanne Marie Sevakis.

While the documentary has raised viewers’ hairs and earned itself a 7.3 star rating on IMDB for its haunting retelling of a tragic true story, the documentary leaves many questions unanswered.

Fans of the TV show are still trying to unpack some of the many mysteries left behind after the case, including what became of Sevakis’ half-sisters, who were also kidnapped by Franklin Floyd.

Where Are Suzanne Sevakis’ Sisters?

As mentioned in the show, Floyd also kidnapped Suzanne’s half-sisters, Amy and Alison, and her half-brother Phillip, after their mother, Sandra Brandenburg, wrote a counterfeit cheque and faced a 30 day imprisonment. 

However, Floyd only ended up taking Suzanne with him permanently, dropping her two sisters off at an orphanage run by a local church instead. 

The sisters were later found by their mother, who reported their abduction after serving her 30-day jail time. However, the story is not so smooth-sailing for Sevakis’ brother Phillip.

Unlike his sisters, Philip went missing, and was privately adopted in North Carolina. His identity remained unknown until 2019 when Phillip came forward to find his family and underwent a DNA test.

Sisters Amy and Alison, aged 51 and 50 years old respectively, now live in Viriginia, and have families of their own - a somewhat happy ending for those involved in this tragic story.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Netflix, Film and TV, True crime, Documentaries