Why does the moon need a cell service

This current “Bachelor” candidate has been listed as a missing person

TO UPDATE: Of course, Bekah Martinez had the best answer to all of that. "MOM," she wrote on Twitter. "How often do I have to tell you that I am not getting cell service for my Bachelor's degree?" To die.

MOM. how many times do I have to tell you I don’t get cell service on The Bachelor ?? https://t.co/iYnxQCIZBt

- bekah martinez ♡ (@whats_ur_sign_) February 2, 2018

Original post: This week that North Coast Journal published a cover story about the Humboldt 35, a list of 35 people listed as missing in Humboldt County, California on January 18. "You have been missing since 1977 or just since last November," wrote North Coast Journal Reporter Linda Stansberry. “You are between 1 and 94 years old. They are men and women and two very little girls. The sheriff's office will not call "cold cases," but many of their names and faces have long since vanished from public recognition. Post the story on Facebook that diary asked his followers if they recognized any of the Humboldt 35s. They did - in fact, they had just seen one of them on season 22nd The bachelor.

On The bachelor, This not-so-missed person is known as Bekah M., the cool pixie-cut, hilarious Twitter nanny from Fresno, California, 22, who is currently competing for the love of Arie Luyendyk Jr. Among the Humboldt 35, however, she is Rebekah Helena Martinez, who was last seen on November 12, 2017, and can be identified by "tattoos on her ankle of a Scrabble token and an ankh." (On the Bachelor Website, Bekah lists "two little ones on my inner ankles" under tattoos.)

So how did it come about that Bekah, who isn't absent at 8 a.m. every Monday evening? ET, ending up on the missing persons list on the California Department of Justice website? It's not entirely clear, but that diary confirmed that Bekah's mother was the one who reported her missing on November 18. She had reportedly come to Humboldt County to work on a farm, but her mother hadn't heard from her since November 12th diary however, notices that Bekah was active on her Instagram while she was “absent” even though she wrote, “HELLO, I'm giving up my phone and social media for the next few weeks, so if you need to contact me, well… bad luck! ” on September 17th - maybe around the time she went to film The bachelor?

Fortunately, Bekah was found healthy and no longer listed as a missing person. "I just spoke to Rebekah on the phone," said a member of the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Diary. "She is, in fact, the same person."

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