Native American Heritage Month: N’Cita Blue Thunder

In honor of Native American Heritage Month I’m featuring a Native American missing person for every day in the month of November. Today’s missing person is N’Cita Blue Thunder, a 17-year-old girl who disappeared from Beach, North Dakota, a small town on the Montana border, on July 9, 2014. I do not know N’Cita’s tribal info, but it’s noted that her Native name is Black Lance.

Curiously, I can’t find any other trace of N’Cita other than what’s on NamUs. You’d think she’d have had a social media account, but if she did, I can’t find it. Though she was under eighteen when she disappeared, she isn’t listed on the NCMEC.

And I can find out precisely zilch about the circumstances of her disappearance. Few details are available.

4 thoughts on “Native American Heritage Month: N’Cita Blue Thunder

  1. marsyao November 14, 2018 / 8:51 pm

    Corinna Paige Slusser’s case, you stated “Authorities learned that Yhovanny Peguero’s real name is Ishi Woney.” I wonder what is your source? I found their old criminal records Ishi Woney ( and Yhovanny Peguero (, according to these records, Ishi Woney was born in 1995 and Yhovanny Peguero was born in 1985

  2. Patrick Kerrigan November 16, 2018 / 1:58 pm

    Has anything popped up on her disappearance. I wonder what happened to get to skip college and go to New York City.

  3. nebulae September 2, 2019 / 12:58 am

    Thanks for the update! I noticed tonight that her namus case was gone and was really curious what the closure was. Good to see she’s out there doing well : )

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