MP of the week: Kristi Krebs

This week’s featured missing person is Kristi Suzanne Krebs, a 22-year-old woman who disappeared from Fort Bragg, California on August 9, 1993. She had had one nervous breakdown before and may have suffered another that precipitated her disappearance.

Her car was found stuck in a creek in a state park, with no sign of her. Among the items left inside were her wallet and ID, as well as her undergarments — but not her other clothes. There’s been no sign of her since.

In other news, I’m feeling much better, nausea gone etc. And I’ve renewed my subscription to Ancestry till February so I can get photos from there; it’s an excellent resource for that. For example, I’ve found a photo of Howard Woolwine that I’ve replaced his previous photo with. Not only was the previous pic (supplied by the Virginia State Police missing persons listing) of very poor quality, but I’ve never been sure it was him; it appears to show a young black or Hispanic man, and Woolwine was an elderly white man.

The Ancestry subscription is expensive, $80 for just three months’ use, so I’m not sure how long I can continue to use it, but it’s mine till February.

I’ve been busy all day but hope I can get a proper update in tomorrow evening.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone.

8 thoughts on “MP of the week: Kristi Krebs

  1. Sheryl Cobb November 27, 2019 / 4:24 pm

    Happy Thanksgiving Meaghan – glad you are feeling better.

  2. Patrick Kerrigan November 28, 2019 / 1:03 pm

    Meaghan, glad to hear you are better. Also, I access Ancestry through my local library. Also, you should be access it through the Allen County Library. They have an extensive collection of material. They also publish a genealogy online newsletter, with information, and computer tools available to neatly put together a family tree.

    In fact the Charley Project was mentioned in one issue.

  3. diamondlil16 November 28, 2019 / 8:51 pm

    Hope you and Michael had a nice Thanksgiving Meaghan. As well as to all the “irregulars” here.

  4. J. Leon December 2, 2019 / 2:39 pm

    Great to see you’re back into the swing of things. Hope you can stay that way for a bit and that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

    Just came across a bit of news that may or may not warrant an update to the case of Darron Glass (http://charleyproject.org/case/darron-glass):

    No parole yet for Wayne Williams:

    https://apnews.com/047333d788bc479b953426f958a17456

    I know you think he wasn’t the Atlanta Child Murderer but even you have to admit that they had him dead to rights for the two killings he WAS convicted of-and if dozens of young men had continued turning up dead down there each year strangled and dumped like that, well, we’d have both heard about it.

    • Meaghan December 2, 2019 / 9:26 pm

      Yeah I know; I saw the posts.

  5. Patrick Kerrigan December 3, 2019 / 9:12 pm

    A very interesting story about Judy, and the family dynamics that caused these complicated issues. I assume she ran away.

  6. Melinda December 5, 2019 / 5:44 pm

    Hi Meaghan…glad you’re doing better now! On the subject of Kristi Krebs, hers is a case (like certain others) that I’ve always found intriguing.
    I first learned about her from watching “Unsolved Mysteries” as a child many years ago and, like the case of Amy Billig, it’s one that haunts me.

    Poor Kristi seems like she was very troubled and dealing with a lot of emotional/mental health issues. I will always remember that part of the show where her car was stuck and caught on fire and she broke down mentally. I hope that if she is still alive somewhere by chance, that she is safe…but so many years have passed that I doubt it. She was a vulnerable person and the world can be a very cruel place.

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