George Roundy, star of the popular “The Vampire’s Diary” film franchise, disappeared under mysterious circumstances from the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada early this morning.
By Cassie Sandsmark | Las Vegas Star
In a terse press release, the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada reported that George Roundy (21) had disappeared from his tenth floor room at the UMC earlier this morning.
Sherry Fineman (32) discovered that Mr. Roundy, who has been recuperating since the tragic maiden voyage of The E.E. Destiny earlier this month, was missing at approximately 2:30 AM shortly after coming on duty.
“I’d just started reviewing the status of the new patients [on the floor] when all the lights started flickering. Then, [Mr. Roundy’s] ECG indicated that he had flatlined. I mobilized the crash team but, when we arrived, he was gone.”
Roundy was admitted to the UMC in comatose condition after The E.E. Destiny crash-landed on the outskirts of Las Vegas in the early morning hours of January 1. Unlike the remaining survivors, all of whom suffered minor injuries and were released shortly aftewr being treated, Roundy was uninjured. His condition had UMC staff baffled according to Dr. April Wednesday.
“Mr. Roundy was in perfect health. In fact, his vitals were textbook across the board — he didn’t even have a scratch on him — yet he was completely unresponsive when brought in and his condition has remained unchanged ever since.”
Detective Raoul Gonzales, lead investigator in the latest mystery involving The E.E. Destiny, admitted to this reporter that the LVPD have no leads as to who might have been responsible for Roundy’s abduction.
“We have been unable to determine how the perpatrators entered and left the hospital without being caught on CCTV or how they could have removed Mr. Roundy from his room so quickly without being seen. We are hoping that someone in the area might have seen something that will put us on the trail of the kidnappers.”
Roundy’s agent and father, Mr. Thomas Roundy, went on the air coast-to-coast this afternoon, pleading with the kidnappers to return his son unharmed. No demands have been made for Roundy’s return according to a source close to the investigation.