“The "abduction" of Molly Bish took less than 8 minutes…” Meet Heather Bish, Molly’s sister who will tell how their mother drove Molly to her life guard post in Western Massachusetts June 27, 2000. Minutes later, Molly vanished! She was nowhere to be found. Three years later Molly’s bones were discovered scattered on the mountainside just five miles from her home. Molly was buried on her 20th birthday. No arrest has been made. Last month was the 10th anniversary of Molly’s death. In Molly’s memory, The Molly Bish Foundation was formed and dedicated to safety education, awareness and prevention of missing and exploited children. The Bish family has struggled to improve laws by working on the National and Massachusetts Amber Alerts Systems along with the National Adam Walsh Act and the passage of the National DNA Database. The Bish's have committed their efforts and advocacy to all children so that they might live, work and play in a safe world.