Police: Woman Missing For 10+ Years

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Ten years ago there was a desperate search for a missing woman.

Girly Chew came to America to find the husband of her dreams -- a rich American doctor, but what she found was a conman and a killer.

When home videos were made Girly Chew Hossencofft was dancing toward an unmarked grave. Despite the smiles, she and Diazien Hossencofft, were going through a nasty divorce. She vanished a short time later right after telling a coworker she feared Diazien Hossencofft and feared for her life.

The first big break in the case came when a sate highway worker found an unusual bundle along Highway 60 near Magdalena.

It was a hastily discarded tarp wrapped around underwear, a bloody shirt, bloody shorts and duct tape with stands of human hair attached, all belonging to Girly Chew Hossencofft.

Police brought in choppers and cadaver dogs to search around the many abandoned mine shafts in the area, but said they the mystery of Girly Chew only deepened when they couldn't find her body.

They did find Diazien Hossencofft who fled to another state.

He struck a plea deal with prosecutors and was sentenced no death penalty in exchange for 90 years in a Wyoming prison. He was supposed to reveal where Chew's body was, but he never did.

Police then turned their attention to 47-year-old Linda Henning, who was Hossencofft's lover and according to love letters exchanged between the two, her extra terrestrial soul mate.

"The empire consumes all. The strong survive and the weak perish that's all you need to know," said Henning.

In an exclusive interview right after she was sentenced to life plus 43 years in prison, Henning alluded to the alien connection.

"There must be something that they're afraid that I'm going to say because they've made every effort possible to silence me," Henning said.

And said that spatters of her blood found in Girly Chew's apartment is what led police to charge her with kidnapping and murder because she knows too much.

"Well of course I know what they don't want me to say," Henning said. "I'm not going to say. I'm still alive, so it's probably because I've kept my mouth shut."

Six years later, Henning is still professing her innocence and pleading ignorance as to what really happened to Girly Chew.

Six years later, police who worked the case still hope they will get a break so they can provide some comfort to the Chew family.

"We know the body's out there somewhere and we hope to find that to be able to bring complete closure to this case," said Schultz.

But those chances seem as dim as they were nearly a decade ago.

"I'm not going to cooperate," Henning said.

Henning said she had no role in Girly Chew's death.

Diazien Hossencofft pleaded no contest to her murder and though he claimed to be the master mind of the crime he denied knowing where Chew's body is buried.

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