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Adoptive mother insists Erica Parsons still alive

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The adoptive mother of a North Carolina teen, missing for more than two years, insists Erica Parsons is still alive.

Casey Parsons says she last spoke with Erica in early 2012 while the girl was living with a biological relative.
     
Casey spoke candidly with affiliate WBTV giving them a tour of the home, including Erica's room. Parsons says it's one of the places FBI agents searched.

"To people that have criticized you. What do you say to them," a WBTV reporter asked.

"They don't know us. We love our kids, all six of them very much," said Parsons.

WBTV spent about an hour inside the home.
     
Erica's adoptive father Sandy and her sister, Brooke, did not speak on camera, but all three are adamant Erica is still alive.

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