It was Monday evening on September 27, 2004, when Dr. Maggie Zingman spoke to her daughter Brittany Phillips around 9 p.m. Brittany was tired from her allergies and having no luck getting a doctor’s appointment. Maggie told her daughter she would get...
It was Monday evening on September 27, 2004, when Dr. Maggie Zingman spoke to her daughter Brittany Phillips around 9 p.m. Brittany was tired from her allergies and having no luck getting a doctor’s appointment. Maggie told her daughter she would get her an appointment.
After thanking her mother, Brittany told her mother she was going to drop off her friend and head home to her apartment at Glen Eagles and then go to bed. Unknown to Maggie, this would be the last time she would ever speak to her daughter or see her alive.
On Friday, October 1, 2004, around 1 am, someone knocked on Maggie’s door. She opened the door. A young deputy told her that she needed to call the Tulsa Police department because someone had murdered her daughter. Little did Maggie know, her life would never be the same. Her best friend and beloved daughter was gone forever.
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