Native American Heritage Month: Kimberly Mullens

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 Kimberly Doreen Mullens, a 33-year-old woman who disappeared from Tulsa, Oklahoma on June 1, 1998. I don’t know her tribe.

The circumstances of her disappearance are suspicious, as she was in an abusive marriage. Her husband said she simply left him after an argument, but that’s the kind of story we hear a lot.

4 thoughts on “Native American Heritage Month: Kimberly Mullens

  1. marsyao November 26, 2018 / 8:32 pm

    I am going through Kaya Birch’s Facebook pages, looks like her life was on track before she returned to US, graduated from Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp in Aug 2016, then moved to Berlin, found a long term flat on Apr. 7 2017, then suddenly she started selling some of her stuffs on Apr. 14 2017, did some of ” traumatic life events” happen between these two days? She showed no clue that she would move back to US , But looks like she did return to US in May (I saw her in one of photo in her brother’s Facebook page), and disappeared 5 months later. And sadly looks like not many people are looking for her

    • Meaghan November 26, 2018 / 8:33 pm

      I don’t know what the traumatic events even were, never mind when they happened.

    • Meaghan November 26, 2018 / 8:39 pm

      I don’t know when she cut her hair. Given that Kaya was a model, I wonder why she decided to cut her hair; it was curly and quite beautiful and then suddenly she was practically bald. I know sometimes women cut their hair short in response to a significant life event.

      • marsyao November 26, 2018 / 9:01 pm

        Good catch Meaghan, I did not notice the importance of her cutting her hairs, as a man, what do I know? Looks like she cut her hair in Dec. 2016, but from her comments and her actively looking for a flat, she was still looking up, she was so exciting when she finally found a long term flat on Apr 7 ! whatever happened, guess happened after that

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