“This is how Denise could be today”: a new appeal from her mother Piera Maggio
MAZARA DEL VALLO (Trapani) – Tomorrow, Tuesday 26 October, Denise Pipitone would turn 21. She would, because no one knows what happened to that little girl who disappeared on 1 September 2004 from Mazara del Vallo, a town in the province of Trapani, in Sicily. Since then, investigations, trials, appeals, searches, all without the desired results: to find Denise or, at least, to know the truth about what happened that day in the small Sicilian village where everyone knows each other.
Denise’s mother, Piera Maggio, never gave up and a few hours ago she posted on Facebook the Denise’s Age Progression 2021, explaining that the pic is a reconstruction of how Denise could be today. “The new aging – writes Denise’s mother – was created on commission by Dr. Paloma Joana Galzi, Forensic Imaging Specialist, through the original photos of Denise, her parents and her brother”.