More than four years ago, Brandy Hanna disappeared from her North Charleston apartment, a mystery that puzzles police to this day.
This weekend, her family plans to remind everyone she's still missing.
On Saturday, there will be a barbecue dinner and candlelight vigil to remember Brandy, who vanished without a trace on May 20, 2005. Wednesday was the four-year anniversary of her disappearance.
Brandy's mother, Donna Parent, said people see pictures of her daughter, or shirts with her name on them, and they ask "What happened with that?"
It's still going on — and that's why her family is doing this.
"I'll go to my grave not knowing if I have to, but I will not forget," Parent said. "I want everyone else to remember, too. Some people forget, not just about Brandy but all the missing people in the United States."
The barbecue will be held at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Fire and Rescue, 2521 Rescue Road off Dorchester Road in North Charleston.
The cost is $10 per person, all you can eat. T-shirts also will be for sale.
All proceeds go into the reward fund for information about what happened to Brandy more than four years ago.