At the age of four, Franklin Floyd, her stepfather and a murderer who is currently on death row, abducted Suzanne Marie Sevakis.
He frequently tortured and r*ped her. The two, who were formerly father and daughter, got married and started a family.
On July 6, 2022, Netflix premiered the real mystery film Girl in the Picture. The film looks for the girl’s real identity in a photo who uses several identities.
Sevakis was born on September 9, 1969, and died in an accident at the age of 21 on April 30, 1990. In this essay, we examine Sevakis’ life events and the incident’s veracity.
Who Are the Brothers and Sisters of Suzanne Marie Sevakis?
The new Netflix film, Girl in the Picture, focused on Suzanne Marie Sevakis. She has a brother and two sisters.
Four children, including Suzanne Marie Sevakis, two daughters, and a son, were born to Sandi Chipman. She wed Franklin Delano Floyd, a death row inmate who had been convicted of murder, for the third time in 1974.
Floyd abducted his wife’s four children while Sandi was serving a 30-day term for writing bad checks in 1975. The two daughters, Suzanne’s sisters, were left in the care of the neighborhood social services department.
Then, Floyd left with five-year-old Suzanne Marie Sevakis and gave his wife Sandi’s son up for adoption. He started assuming the role of Suzanne’s father, Warren Marshal and changed Suzanne’s name to Sharon Marshall.
Sharon’s stepfather Franklin Floyd would s*xually abuse her. She was a talented student at school who was praised for being mature for a teen girl and smart, bright, etc. While at school, she participated in the Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) and the scientific club.
The identity of Suzanne’s brother was made public in 2020. Phillip Brandenburg was identified as the man.