6 thoughts on “Annnnd another one

  1. Stephanie November 3, 2013 / 5:06 pm

    As the 20th year of Myras’
    “Angel-versary” has recently passed; I found your site…
    I wish to inform you, of details regarding her case, and the status of her son, Raymond. However , I am unsure to what extent and degree of details are necessary.
    I can disclose, her body has never been found, and her murderous son has never shared the information of the location(s) of her remains… He resides in Jail in CA and was denied parole repeatedly on the case of his Mothers murder, as he is also serving time on separate/additional convictions…
    It is my understanding that he made a private confession to the family, admitting his mother Myra, died at his hands…
    My heart and life, will forever be entangled in the loss and suffering of her death….

  2. Stephanie November 3, 2013 / 11:51 pm

    Thank you, for your continuous efforts on giving a voice to the ones we have lost. And sharing the information on those who are accountable for the crime.
    RIn the event you are interested~The LA Times wrote articles following the Myra King/Raymond Frost case; was one of the last ones that I found…..
    http://articles.latimes.com/1998/mar/07/local/me-26521

  3. Erin Williams January 18, 2014 / 4:17 pm

    I worked at Girls,Inc. With Myra in 1992. She taught a dance class there. I remember when her son came to work with her one day and I hung out with him all day that day. He was my age and I remember he had a guitar he had brought with him and I kinda thought he was cute. It gives me goosebumps to think I actually looked into the eyes of her killer and had a conversation with him. He did have a cold hearted vibe to him and he told me that they didn’t get along. When I found out about her murder and that her son was suspected of doing it, I was not surprised. I know she is missed. She was a beautiful, elegant, educated, and talented woman. She is dancing with the angels now….
    ~Erin Gillespie-Williams~

  4. Doug Maxin April 24, 2014 / 11:47 am

    I actually went to Elementary and High school with Ray and use to go watch his mother dance when she was in college. I’m a person that got to know him and his mother since Ray was in 1st grade. Was able to see how he was treated when he was younger. He was a very smart kid that had to grow up quick. That being said, we all know how it ended, but there is a beginning to everything. A kid doesn’t just grow up and decide to kill him mother.

    • Uni July 15, 2018 / 2:42 am

      Doug – You are the first person that has spoken to his character as a child. Thank you for that. I knew him from University High School and also saw an adolescent that didn’t have it so fairly at home. The stories he would share in a broken state as we were teenagers … I remember him telling me that she forbid him from taking showers or baths at one point because he hadn’t scrubbed the ring in the tub. And in a childish way he was still proud of her – he would talk about her dancing or teaching or something at UCI. He wanted her love. He really did. I was near and distant all at the same time of what apparently transpired…the police even contacted me at one point and I was shell shocked. I don’t know what happened. I don’t disbelieve it could be true. But I also feel heartbroken for a teenage boy I once knew that didn’t have a happy home life. I am sorry Raymond Anthony Frost that your life turned out the way it did. You had a rich heart with many feelings.

  5. Patrice May 11, 2018 / 6:17 pm

    I think of Myra often…my late brother was her boyfriend at the time of her murder. He happened to be there the night her and her son started to argue. He left thinking they would work it through. Her murder subsequently killed him due to the guilt of leaving her, he suffered a heart attack and declined. I wish he would say where she is ❤

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