Above is a portrait of Sharon Marshall (Suzanne Sevakis) taken while she was enrolled at Forest Park High School, in Forest Park, Georgia.
Franklin Delano Floyd, psychopath, rapist, murderer, forced the step-daughter he kidnapped in late spring of 1975 from her home in North Carolina to enroll in Forest Park High School in Forest Park, Georgia, under the new, latest alias he chose to conceal her identity:, "Sharon Marshall." But it was a long road from Oklahoma City to Forest Park, Georgia, during which "Sharon" was forced to move and assume new identities when locals became suspicious.
In Oklahoma City, Floyd siezed "Suzanne Davis" and fled - after a babysitter informed law enforcement that Floyd was molesting his "daughter." What evidence did the babysitter find? Floyd did take photographs. As the years passed and Suzanne Sevakis grew up, Floyd became more experienced at deception.
"Sharon Marshall" was a gifted student with a stellar IQ, a breathtakingly beautiful blue-eyed blonde, model-thin but curvy, with a swan-like graceful neck, a pert nose and a wide beautiful smile, just a wisp over 5 feet tall. She had a cowlick and fussed with it when she styled her hair. She was also a very talented dancer.
"Sharon Marshall" applied and was accepted into Georgia Tech as an Aeronautical Engineering student - to become an astronaut!
She was so gifted that she was listed in the book "Who's Who" of American students.
Sharon stood out. She was that good.
At Georgia's Forest Park High School, Sharon Marshall exuded unforgettable tenderness, sophistication, style, intelligence and ROTC leadership.
1986 Senior Yearbook Photograph
Forest Park High School, Forest Park, Georgia
28 years later, Sharon's DNA was matched, and her family learned of her fate.
Sharon/Suzanne died in a hit-and-run crash, less than 4 years after graduating.
By April 1990 when she was murdered, she had given birth to at least 3 children.
When "Sharon" graduated, she was 7 months pregnant. She gave birth in July 1986 to a baby boy in Arizona. It is said the boy was adopted by a doctor in Texas.