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When hookers vanish--as opposed to being slain and left in garbage dumpsters or motel rooms, in canals and vacant lots--no one can say with any certainty if they have disappeared by choice or through foul play. Rebecca Guno, 23, was last seen alive on June 22, 1983, reported missing three days later.
Dorothy Spence, a 36-year-old Aboriginal, vanished four months after Knight, in August 1995, but her disappearance was reported earlier, on October 30.
Downtown Eastside has another name as well, used commonly by residents and the police who clean up after them. Low Track is the heart of British Columbias rock-bottom drug scene, estimates of its junkie population ranging from 5,000 to 10,000 at any given moment.
The drugs of choice are heroin and crack cocaine, supplied by motorcycle gangs or Asian cartels that stake out choice blocks for themselves and defend their turf with brute force.
Three years before Expo 86 opened its gates, prostitutes began to vanish from Low Track.
By the time police noticed the trend, 14 years later, more than two-dozen had already disappeared without a trace. Many begin as adolescent runaways and never lose the habit of evasion, changing names and addresses so often that investigators have no realistic hope of tracking a specific prostitute for any length of time.
Released the following day, she was last seen alive at the Patricia Hotel on Hastings Street.