Vicki Hollingsworth was born and raised in the picturesque mountain town of Chattanooga, Tenn. She was a loving mother to her adorable 9-year old son Wesley and 4-year old daughter Kujorah. She had lots of friends and worked full time at the Chattanooga Housing Authority. In 1996, she married Lebron Hollingsworth in what started as whirlwind romance. Their marriage quickly soured, and in July 1997 Vicki told Lebron that she could no longer live with him. She moved herself and her kids into her parent's house a few miles away while she searched for a new place to live. Although they were separated, Vicki continued to pick Lebron up every morning at 5 a.m. to take him to work. On the morning of August 18, 1997, Vicki left at 5 a.m. and never returned. By 9 a.m., her co-workers and family knew something was terribly wrong and called the Chattanooga Police. Days, weeks and months passed by without a single trace of Vicki; it was as if she had completely vanished. Then on May 29, 1999 -- almost two years later -- a local woman discovered her dog had brought a chilling and terrifying item into their yard: a human skull. Dental records later identified the skull as Vicki's. The rest of her remains were found in a nearby wooded area called Billy Goat Hill. CASE UPDATE: Lebron Hollingsworth will be extradited to Tennessee where he will face trial for first degree murder.