MP of the week: Daisy Tallman

This week’s featured missing persons case is Daisy Mae Tallman, aka Daisy Heath (she was in the process of changing it legally when she disappeared). The 29-year-old woman, a member of the Confederated Tribes and Bands of Yakama Nation, disappeared from Toppenish, Washington on August 30, 1987.

Her family wasn’t concerned at first because she would sometimes leave for short periods and she was capable of surviving in the wilderness on her own. But two months later they reported her missing.

At some point, some of Daisy’s belongings were found in a remote area of the Yakama Reservation, an area that’s off-limits to non-tribal members without permission.

The police believe Daisy was murdered, but no suspects have been named in her case.

One thought on “MP of the week: Daisy Tallman

  1. WHITEOWL January 30, 2022 / 11:53 pm

    Hello,
    My name is Leah, first let me say I am amazed at how you do this. Over many years I have followed you. In many of your endeavors on trying to report all the missing people in the U.S. and surrounding countries. In reading some of your articles I get overwhelmed, I never realized just how many there are. With that said, I would like some advice. How would I start in trying to fine out about these missing people cases. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thank you

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