March 15, 2006--Posted at 5:25 p.m. CST
"I don't feel like it is fair that God took him because I wanted to see him punished myself," said Wellman.
Since Bridgett's disappearance in 2003 it has been especially rough on her mother.
"I have nightmares. I have always had nightmares of her since she was missing," said Wellman.
At times it was so bad Cynthia had to do anything she could to keep her mind off of her missing daughter.
"I got on medication so bad to numb myself to try to forget," said Wellman.
But now that remains in the septic tank have been identified as those of her daughters she hopes this will provide closure to help her move on.
"It's getting behind me but it never leaves my mind," said Wellman.