Article about missing Myrtle Beach people

Brittanee Marie Drexel, 17, disappeared two years ago this week while on spring break in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Jamie showed me this article about others missing from Myrtle Beach. It talks about Charley cases Shanta Marie Johnson, Woodrow Taylor and Lisa Ann Myers Neugent, as well as several other people. They have a few pictures in the “gallery” link, including one of a woman who isn’t on Charley yet. I wish they had pictures for everyone.

8 thoughts on “Article about missing Myrtle Beach people

  1. Justin April 29, 2011 / 1:36 am

    I wish I could find a photograph of Rebecca Slavinsky mentioned in the article. Do you think her case was an accidental drowning? It doesn’t say if her surfboard was recovered in the water or not.

    • CarlK90245 April 29, 2011 / 3:44 am

      Her age isn’t indicated either. But if she was in her teens or early 20’s in 1979, it doesn’t appear that she went to Myrtle Beach High School. I went through the available yearbooks in Classmates.com from 72-79 and couldn’t find anyone with the surname Slavinski.

  2. Kat April 29, 2011 / 12:40 pm

    Trying real hard not to be a bitch here, but as I’m lecturing my girls about unsafe travel I bring up this site…..and with BD’s case I do say “you should listen to mom………”. Not trying to be crass, but it is reality.

    • marycarney April 29, 2011 / 3:19 pm

      Amen!

  3. danielle April 29, 2011 / 8:42 pm

    I totally agree with KAT…in the Britnee Drexler case. There is something about this case that bugs me b/c her mom said NO. In the long run, it’s not Britnee’s fault if she was harmed, but she bugs me in that she didn’t listen to mom.
    Hard to feel sorry for her.

    • Jaime April 30, 2011 / 7:30 am

      What teenager at some point doesnt do something stupid. Every single person alive has gone behing their parents back at some point and done something they didnt want us to do in the first place. I do feel sorry for her. What if she had obeyed her mother and stayed home and just went to the beach near her home and someone kidnapped her there? Would you then say well she listened to her mother she shouldnt have done that. No you wouldnt say that. The point being you can be kidnapped from anywhere, indside your home, a block from your home, or a 1,000 miles from your home. The people that took her would have doent this to someone regardless of whether or not they were a teenage tourist from out of state or a teenage local.

  4. Jaime April 30, 2011 / 7:32 am

    Sorry it should have been the words behind instead of behing and done instead of doent

  5. Karen Wilde February 21, 2014 / 1:44 pm

    I have uncovered information about 15 missing girls and women in an area I call The Dead Zone. The Zone is bordered by Hwys. 20, 26, 501 and 17 and it is intersected by Hwys. 78/378 and 52. Within the Zone there are 15 missing females over a period of 24 years. Of the 15,(4) are missing from Hwy. 378, (6) are missing from Hwy. 52 and (5) are missing from Hwy. 17. Of the 15, (10) have short to medium brown hair, (9) are 25 or younger, (13) are between 5’0-5’4 and (11) are small- 95-110 pounds. None of these females went missing on a Tuesday or a Sunday. All of these females went missing between April and October, which is also called the Camp Season.(When RV Campers are going from park to park doing their camping.)

    The following is my assessment of these data:
    Of these females, (9) are or have:
    *Short to medium brown hair with brown eyes
    *Are between 5 foot and 5 foot 4 inches tall
    *Are 25 or younger
    *Weigh between 95 and 110 pounds
    *Have gone missing after dark.
    All of them share some of these traits however, (9) share ALL of these traits.

    There is more. If you would like to know, e-mail me and I will tell you what else I know.

    I was a chronic runaway as a kid and this could have been me, so I care about each and every one of these girls. I think someone out there is taking them and he needs to be stopped.

    Karen

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