The case of an American girl named Harmony, who for five years has been shrouded in mystery and speculation, has taken a dark and unsettling turn. From the outset, it was widely believed that Harmony was a victim of her own father’s malevolence.
Adam Montgomery, Harmony’s father, has been the primary suspect in her disappearance and presumed murder. However, there was a crucial piece of evidence that remained elusive: Harmony’s body. As Montgomery stands trial, the court was shaken by the prosecutor’s disclosure. It was revealed that Montgomery, a 34-year-old man, allegedly carried his daughter’s mutilated body from location to location over several months, including the restaurant where he worked.
Montgomery’s gruesome disposal method was allegedly to discard his daughter’s body as if it were mere refuse from the previous day’s restaurant operations, according to the prosecutor. Montgomery’s behavior did not go unnoticed by his coworkers. They became suspicious of a particular bag that Montgomery would bring into work and place in the restaurant’s freezer. This bag, as alleged by the prosecution, contained Harmony’s body, hidden among food and other freezer items.
Harmony Montgomery vanished from her home in Manchester, New Hampshire in 2019 when she was just five years old. It took two years before she was reported missing by her mother Crystal Sorey. Sorey is now a significant participant in the case against Montgomery, providing essential testimony. Montgomery now faces the possibility of a life sentence if convicted of the alleged crimes.