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Never give up hope. That's a message that is much easier said than done, but for many Texas families, it has been a message they have been holding onto for a while. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, there are 27 people, who, in the 90's were kids who went missing. And they are still missing today, as adults.

Below, you will find not only their faces, but thanks to technology, you will get to see what these missing people may look like as adults. You will also get to read their story and learn more about each child from the 90's that is still missing today.

Those missing are from all across the state of Texas and their stories are every parents nightmare. As in the case of Megan Elizabeth Garner. Garner was from Tyler and was last seen playing at a park in 1991.

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She was last seen at the playground near her home at approximately 11:00 a.m. Megan was last seen wearing a long-sleeved pink, blue, and green striped shirt, pink corduroy pants, blue socks and white and blue Reebok sneakers. She has shadows under her eyes.

Some of the other missing kids of the 1990's are thought to have been taken by a relative.

Please look through the pictures below and see if you recognize any of these adults who went missing in Texas in the 90's.

LOOK: 27 Children Gone Missing in 1990-1999

Gallery Credit: Sarah Clark/TSM

These Texas Teens Went Missing In January, Have You Seen Them?

According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, 20 children from Texas went missing in January and are still missing. These kids are from all across the state of Texas and you can help by looking through the pictures below and just seeing if you recognize any of the missing teenagers.

Gallery Credit: Chad Hasty

LOOK: These 38 Texas Children Went Missing In 1958 - 1989

These children were reported missing in Texas from the years 1958 through 1989.

They may be gone, but their faces should never be forgotten. Have you seen them? Take a look below to see if anyone seems familiar.

Gallery Credit: Sarah Clark/TSM