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xx Kelly Dae Wilson - Jan. 5, 1992 - TX
« Thread started on: Sep 10th, 2004, 1:57pm »

Wilson was last seen at about 8:30 p.m. leaving her work place to go to the bank. Her car was found at her work place with a flat tire. Her belongings were found inside the car but the keys were missing.
A grand jury indicted Gilmer Police Department investigator James York Brown on charges of Wilson's abduction and presumed murder in January 1994, two years after Wilson disappeared. Prosecutors believed that Brown, who had been assigned to investigate Wilson's case, was involved with kidnapping and imprisoning Wilson for over one week. The state also contended that Brown sexually assaulted and murdered Wilson while she was held captive. All of the charges against Brown were dropped in March 1994, two months after the initial allegations had been made. He maintained his innocence in Wilson's case from the onset of the investigation. Wilson's disappearance remains unsolved.
Kelly was last seen wearing a dark rugby shirt, stonewashed jean cutoffs and loafers.

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xx Article - Texas Dept. of Public Safety
« Reply #1 on: Sep 10th, 2004, 8:30pm »

Texas Dept of Public Safety Article on Kelly Wilson

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xx Kelly Wilson Rumors Fly 4-24-04
« Reply #2 on: Oct 1st, 2004, 7:44pm »

GILMER - From a Gilmer video store to an audience of millions, Kelly Wilson became famous - for all the wrong reasons.

The investigation into the 17-year-old's 1992 disappearance (she would be 29 now) turned into a "circus sideshow," in the words of one state official.

Investigators working on little but hearsay created a mythology about a satanic cult, leading to what some describe as a modern witch hunt.

They indicted a whole family and even a police investigator, destroying his law enforcement career, straining his marriage and prompting death threats. They backed down only when fed-up community leaders asked the state for help.


The Texas attorney general, finding no evidence any of the charges were true, instead uncovered suggestions that the whole cult theory was the product of coercion by overzealous investigators - even to the point that they physically restrained children to elicit allegations of satanic activity.

The attorney general dismissed scores of indictments and effectively sent the case back to its beginning: a pretty teenager's empty car, keys missing, tire flat, going nowhere.

Shane Phelps says it was hardest on the parents.

"All the while these things were going on, the search for their daughter got forgotten about," says Phelps, who was chief special prosecutor for the attorney general when the state intervened. "Our chances would have been much better had all that not happened."

Now, rumors are again swirling across East Texas, fueled by a confluence of unrelated events, most of which have nothing to do with Ms. Wilson. Investigators say the rumors are all false.

What spiraled years ago into a "sideshow" is again humming with voices, with no ringmaster but the collective curiosity of a public captivated by gossip and a maddeningly unsolved case rife with dead ends.

Take, for example, the Kaufman Street yard in Gilmer, excavated this month to no avail.

Police and the FBI dug on the advice of a tipster who knew at least some details of the case not known to the public, but whose tip uncovered nothing but the public's willingness to indulge in speculation as fleeting as a death row vision.

"I had one guy write me from death row that he had a dream: He knows where she is, and if he can get a stay of execution, he'll tell me," says an incredulous Jon Warren, the new lead investigator on the case for the Gilmer Police Department.

No one knows - or at most, very few people know - whether Ms. Wilson has spoken in 12 years.

But that hasn't stopped anyone from hearing her.

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« Reply #3 on: Oct 1st, 2004, 7:49pm »

Name: Kelly Dae Wilson
Case Number: M9201008
Case Type: Endangered - Foul Play Possible
Last Seen in: Gilmer (Upshur County)
Last Seen on: 1/5/1992
Height: 5' 7 "
Weight: 120 lbs.
Age Missing: 17
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Blonde
Date of Birth: 5/18/1974
Race: White
Sex: Female
State Missing From: Texas
Country Missing From: USA
Circumstances: Kelly was seen about 8:30 p.m. leaving her work place to go to the bank. Her car was found at her work place with a flat tire. Her belongings were found inside the car but the keys were missing. She was last seen wearing a dark rugby shirt, stonewashed jean cutoffs and loafers.

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xx Gilmer Case Unsolved 4-22-04
« Reply #4 on: Oct 1st, 2004, 7:50pm »

Rumors of a discovery in a 12 year old missing persons case in Gilmer are unfounded. The arrest of businessman Joe Henry of Gilmer has created renewed interest and numerous phone calls to the Gilmer police department, on the disappearance of a 17 year old girl in 1992.

"I've received a lot of phone calls generated, 'Is Joe Henry a suspect, do we have a suspect?'" says investigator John Warren of the Gilmer police. In 1992 Kelly Wilson worked at a video store on Buffalo street, and that's the last place she was seen alive.

Her car was found with a flat tire in the parking area, and over the years, an army of investigators have tried to solve the mystery. "What everyone needs to understand is when we solve the missing persons case, it may lead us to a homicide. This case may lead to another you don't know," Warren says.

Adding to confusion, a mysterious anonymous letter sent to Gilmer police in January told of a specific site where police would find Wilson's body, but it was unfounded. "It named a specific location, but nothing was found at that location," says Warren.

And the recent death of a one time prime suspect, Wilson's ex-boyfriend, fueled more wild rumors of Wilson's body being found.

"Kelly Wilson's body has not been found, with the arrest of Joe Henry there are a lot of wild rumors floating around. The arrest had nothing to do with the Kelly Wilson case".

The FBI and Gilmer police are still investigating the case.

Bob Hallmark, reporting.

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xx 04-23, Local: Police chief: Man's arrest unrelated
« Reply #5 on: Oct 1st, 2004, 7:51pm »

04-23, Local: Police chief: Man's arrest unrelated to missing teen
By BILL THOMPSON
GILMER — The recent arrest of a Gilmer man on child pornography charges, combined with a spate of activity in the case of Kelly Wilson's disappearanc, has set Gilmer abuzz with rumors that authorities say are groundless.

Plans by Dateline NBC to rebroadcast a piece about the 17-year-old listed as missing since January 1992 also could be contributing to the gossip. The two-hour episode, first broadcast two years ago, is scheduled to air at 7 tonight on Channel 56.

A recent tip led investigators to search the grounds of a Gilmer home for evidence about the missing teen, but nothing was found, Police Chief James Grunden said.

"Rumors are flying hard and fast in Gilmer about the Kelly Wilson case," Grunden said Thursday. "There was an FBI team here several weeks ago (who) did some digging on Montgomery Street in Gilmer because of a tip to our office, but nothing was found."

Wilson was last seen Jan. 5, 1992, after leaving her job at a Gilmer video store. Her car was found the next morning in the parking lot; one of its tires had been slashed. The investigation into her disappearance led to a series of murder and kidnapping indictments that later were dismissed by the attorney general's office, which labeled the investigation bizarre and incompetent.

When she vanished 12 years ago, Wilson had been working for Joe David Henry at a video store. The 49-year-old Henry was arrested April 16 on suspicion of possession of child pornography. He is free on $25,000 bond.

Grunden said Henry's arrest "has nothing to do with any Kelly Wilson investigation."

"I don't believe Joe Henry was ever considered a serious suspect in the investigations that followed her disappearance from the video store," he said.

The chief said authorities are investigating possible links between Henry and 50-year-old Tony Roy Elardo, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison Wednesday on 32 counts of possession of child pornography. He also was fined $320,000.

Elardo has claimed he received illegal photographs from Henry. Grunden said, "There may have been some exchange of material between the two men."

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xx Possible Book About Wilson Disappearance
« Reply #6 on: Oct 1st, 2004, 7:54pm »

WITCHES IN OUR MIDST
Word count: 60,044
© 2001, W.D. Hamner
All rights reserved.

A true story of how the criminal justice system was used, abused, and citizen civil rights destroyed and ignored in a small East Texas town. As told to the author by former Gilmer Police Chief, Al McAllister.

Completed novel awaiting sale to publisher. Due date announced later.

Synopsis:

The disappearance of teenager Kelly Dae Wilson triggered a catastrophic chain of events in the City of Gilmer, Texas in 1992. This is the true story of injustices and witch hunting in a small East Texas town by an inept Special Prosecutor, his “Investigators,” and untrained Texas Child Protective Services caseworkers, which led to the false arrest of innocent persons, including a popular local police sergeant. Local elected officials stood idly by doing nothing to correct the obvious wrongs being committed, except for a courageous police chief who sacrificed his career by “doing the right thing.” The resulting ruined reputations and tormented lives are being played out in civil court suits to this very day.

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xx For Kelly Wilson on Jan. 5, 2004
« Reply #7 on: Jan 5th, 2005, 05:11am »

It was 12 years ago today that Kelly Dae Wilson closed the video store where she worked and then vanished without a trace. I wanted to say that I am thinking of Kelly and her family today and I'm hoping that answers can be found for her whereabouts soon. I know that she is loved and missed by many.

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xx 5 MISSING CASES NOT STRANGER ABDUCTIONS
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Five East Texas females are missing and presumed dead, but their disappearances, which span about two decades, cannot be classified or confirmed as stranger abductions, an FBI official said Tuesday.

Jeff Millslagle, FBI supervisor and senior resident agent for the Tyler District, repeated a statement made last week of there being only two confirmed stranger abductions in East Texas since 1986.

One case was last week's abduction and murder of Tyler Wal-Mart clerk Megan LeAnn Holden, 19, and subsequent arrest of suspect Marine Johnny Lee Williams Jr., 24, of Tyler, who remains jailed in Arizona awaiting extradition, the agent said.

And the second was the May 1986 slayings of three Hawkins teenagers. Jerry Walter "Animal" McFadden was later convicted and executed for the strangulation-beating death of Suzanne Denise Harrison, 18. He was never charged with the shooting deaths of her two friends, Bryan Boone, 19, and Gene Lee Turner, 20.


Amid questions of whether other cases may have been overlooked, Millslagle said the bureau sets certain guidelines when classifying cases.

Although other missing East Texas citizens are believed to have been abducted and killed within the past 20 years, there is not enough evidence to say who committed the crimes, he said.

And without a body and identified suspect, there are too many unknowns to determine if the person was taken by a stranger or someone known to them, Millslagle said, describing FBI classification methods.

The people cited by the agent are all believed to be victims of foul play, and do not include every person listed as missing by the Texas Department of Public Safety for other reasons.

All five cases remain open.

"I still stand by my statement," Millslagle said Tuesday. "Here in East Texas, there are only two since 1986. If there are others, someone should bring me some information. The door is open, but the phone isn't ringing - I wish it would.

"I wish I could solve them all," the agent said, "sometimes you can't."

Aside from the obvious point that all five cases involve females, there are no known common threads between them, he said.

"I've still got one person's dental records sitting on my desk," the FBI agent said. "We take these (cases) very personally, I can assure you."

WITHOUT A TRACE

Glenda Frances Moorehead, 43, a mother of three, was last seen Mary 18, 1988, outside Proud Mary's, a former club located in the 3400 block of U.S. Highway 69 North.

Authorities responding to a welfare concern call located her blue, four-door 1975 Chevrolet, but no sign of Ms. Moorehead.

"Her keys and purse were left at the scene," Johnita Campbell, the victim's daughter, said Tuesday. "And they found bloodstains and a shoe."

But a search of the area by authorities turned up few clues.

"We thought we had a suspect," Millslagle said. "He (suspect) was found, but he had committed suicide in Smith County. We still don't know if she knew her abductor or not."

Ms. Carpenter remains desperate for closure.

"In 1999, we had her declared legally dead," Ms. Carpenter said. "We never had her funeral. My heart knows she's dead, but I can't let go - not yet."

The woman said it took four years to get her mother's name added to the crime victims monument, located in downtown Tyler's T.B. Butler Fountain Plaza.

"They say that East Texas is a safe place to be," she said. "All you have to do is count the number of names on that wall and you know that's just not true."

MISSING CHILDREN

Five-year-old Ara Denise Johnson, nicknamed "Nicee" by her family, disappeared after being tucked into bed on April 2, 1986.

Investigators responding to the family's pleas for help found the door of the family's mobile home standing open and the child's orange bedspread missing.

"There was no forced entry," Millslagle said. "No subjects were developed and there was no indication there were any strangers around."

Investigators have always believed the person responsible knew the girl's family and their habits.

In the hours following the disappearance, her distraught mother, Ophelia Johnson, issued this appeal for her safe return: "Ara is missed very much by myself, her family and friends and we want her back home. If anyone has seen or knows of her whereabouts, I am begging you to please, please contact the Tyler FBI office or the Upshur County Sheriff's Department."

The child's body was never located.

Sherri Knox, the girl's aunt, said Thursday, "This happened about the same time those three kids were killed by McFadden. While we were trying to get information about our little girl, they were working on the McFadden case. There were missing persons posters on the wall, but Nicee's was not up there. And it was really hard to get them to put one up - it's devastating to feel like other people don't care."

The girl's mother did not respond to a request for an interview.

Two other youngsters are also among those missing and presumed dead.

Kimberly Norwood, 12, of Marshall was last seen in late afternoon of May 20, 1989, in Hallsville, walking home with three friends.

The group split up about a mile from the girl's home - three going one way and Kimberly going another. She was last seen wearing a white T-shirt with a teddy bear design on the front, jeans and black sneakers.

"We have no idea what happened," Millslagle said. "She has not been found."

And Megan Elizabeth Garner, 3, was last seen in March 1991, playing near her home off Paluxy Drive.

The brown-eyed girl was last seen wearing a long-sleeved striped shirt, pink corduroy pants and Reebok sneakers.

Tyler police did not offer a comment on whether anyone ever revisited the case.

Millslagle said he observed a missing person's flyer with the girl's picture on it still lying on a detective's desk.

'CIRCUS SIDESHOW'

Missing Gilmer resident Kelly Wilson, 17, was last seen leaving a video store in 1992. Her car's vehicle tires had been slashed and her keys were missing.

Those are among the few facts that seem to make sense, it seems.

Ms. Wilson's case was featured last year in a news documentary "Dateline NBC" that unveiled a flawed investigation likened - in the words of one state official - to that of a "circus sideshow."

Overzealous investigators working primarily on hearsay created a mythology about a satanic cult, human sacrifice and child abuse that snowballed into what some would describe as a modern witch-hunt.

In 1994, eight people, including a police officer, were charged with aggravated sexual assault, aggravated kidnapping and capital murder for what had become the story of Ms. Wilson's rape, torture and murder.

The activity was claimed to be part of a grisly pattern of ritual sacrifices in the woods of Upshur County.

And before the investigation was finished, nearly 50 indictments were handed up against 10 people.

Special investigators sent by the Texas Attorney General's office to sort out the mess ultimately found no evidence of the allegations and suspected the chaos was the product of physically restraining children to elicit allegations of cult activity.

Attorney General chief special Prosecutor Shane Phelps said last year the case was hardest on the missing girl's parents.

"All the while these things were going on, the search for their daughter got forgotten about," the prosecutor said. "Our chances would have been much better had all that not happened."

All but three child abuse charges were dismissed, but the story of the woman's disappearance and an out-of-control investigation was played out before a national television audience.

"We thought the phone would ring off the wall after that aired," said Millslagle, the FBI agent. "Still, nothing."

SOLVED ABDUCTION-MURDERS

Other East Texas kidnapping-murder cases, which ended in arrest, were discounted by the agent as being termed actual stranger abductions.

Nicholas West, 23, a medical records clerk, was taken from a Tyler park in 1993 and executed by a group of men, who were on the hunt for homosexuals.

Four Tyler suspects linked to the abduction were later convicted in the slaying of West, whose body was found in a clay pit near Noonday.

"That was a hate crime, pure and simple," Millslagle said.

A Troup man, Kyle McElroy, 18, was abducted March 10, 2000 from his family's plastics company and allegedly murdered by four co-workers, who demanded a $200,000 ransom in exchange for his safe return.

Three suspects remain imprisoned after pleading guilty to various offenses associated with the crime; a fourth is awaiting trial after authorities nabbed her at a Mexican border crossing.

"The people who did that worked with him," the agent said. "They knew him."

Staff writer Mark Collette contributed to this repo
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Thinking of Kelly Wilson today on her birthday. Hoping for answers soon for her disappearance. I know that she is loved and missed by many.

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Thinking of Kelly on her birthday. She's still missing but not forgotten.

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By MAGGIE SOUZA
Kelly Wilson left her work at a Gilmer video store 15 years ago today, reportedly to drop off business receipts at a bank. Wilson, then 17, left around 8:30 p.m., and she hasn't been seen since.

Although Wilson disappeared in 1992, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is still circulating details about her case and age-progression photos of what she would look like now. After a missing person turns 18, the center releases updated photos every five years.

"It's very important when you have an anniversary like this to get the information out about this to remind the public and the community that Kelly is still missing," said Joann Donnellan, spokeswoman for the center. "They have the power to help resolve this case. There's someone that knows something."

By doing this, the center has solved cases that were more than 20 years old, Donnellan said. She added that one in six children that they send photos of are found.

"The key is for people to go back to that time period and to recall information of where she was missing from — to see maybe if they remember something or if they heard something — and to contact authorities if they have information," Donnellan said. "Many times people think, 'Oh, it was nothing and I'm not going to bother.' But that's how these cases are solved, especially after 15 years. That's when people will talk."

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children was created in 1984 to help abducted, endangered and sexually exploited children. It is mandated by Congress, but remains a private, nonprofit organization.

The center has been working with Gilmer police on Wilson's case for the past 15 years. Gilmer police investigator Scott Richardson is handling the case now.

"Prior to this organization, it was difficult for law enforcement to disperse this information and photographs nationwide, bringing the public's awareness to the missing children," Richardson said.

Wilson's case changed hands a number of times before Richardson took over.

"We're reviewing the case again," Richardson said. "We're looking for any leads that may have been overlooked, for physical evidence that modern science can provide us information that wasn't available then."

Waverlyn Wilson, Kelly's stepmother, isn't sure that the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children can help at this point.

"Their idea is that she's missing, and we don't think she's missing," she said.

"We believe that Kelly is dead and the person that's responsible has gotten away with it."

Kelly Wilson moved to Gilmer from Natchitoches, La., about a year before she disappeared to get to know her mom, Waveryln Wilson said. She was moving back to Louisiana on Jan. 10, 1992, and had already sent a load of belongings there.

"We keep hoping that after so many years somebody will have enough decency and enough conscience about them to say something," Waverlyn Wilson said. "We keep hoping."

So does the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

"(We) never give up hope on any of our cases," Donnellan said. "We will keep putting out information about (Wilson's) case until it's resolved."

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