Missing person Mary Ann Knightly

Missing: Mary Ann Knightly

Missing Person Case by Psychic Detective Brian Ladd – September 2021, We Will Find Them

Mary Ann Knightly: Approximately born in 1998

Date and Time of Disappearance: 02/18/1998

Missing Location (Approx): Bear, Delaware

Missing Classification: Endangered Missing

Gender: Female

Ethnicity: White

Date of Birth (DOB): 03/22/1969 (52)

Age at the Time of Disappearance: 28 years old

Height / Weight: 5’9″, 130 pounds

Description, Clothing, Jewelry, and More:

  • Black tights and a brown leather jacket with a fur collar

Distinguishing Characteristics, Birthmarks, Tattoos: Caucasian female, brown hair, blue eyes. Mary Ann has a scar on her abdomen and a scar over her right eye.

Case Information from Local Sources (May or May Not be Correct): Mary Ann was last seen with her husband, Roy, at their home in the 1500 block of Du Pont Highway in Bear, Delaware, at 11:30 p.m. on February 18, 1998. Roy stated Mary Ann packed a bag, saying she needed to get away for a while and was going to visit her sister in Florida. He fell asleep, and when he woke up at 1:30 a.m., she was gone, and she never arrived in Florida. Mary Ann had borrowed a van from her mother on the evening of February 18, saying she would return it the next day. Roy gave it back, saying Mary Ann had asked him to return it for her. It isn’t clear how she intended to get to Florida, and Roy didn’t know how much money she had with her when she disappeared. Mary Ann had previously left home for up to three days at a time without saying where she was going. Her mother reported her missing on February 26. Roy has been named a person of interest in Mary Ann’s case, and he was never cleared of suspicion. Foul play is suspected in her disappearance, which remains unsolved.

Other Information and Links:

  • Delaware State Police

September 2021 Updates and Sources: A missing person is an individual who has disappeared, and their status as alive or dead cannot be confirmed as their location and condition are unknown. The circumstances leading to a person going missing can vary, including voluntary disappearance, accidents, crimes, or being lost in locations where they cannot be found. Criminal abductions, though widely reported, account for only 2-5% of missing children cases in Europe. Some missing person cases remain unresolved for many years, creating complexities in legal matters related to assets and death certificates.

Various organizations, including the International Commission on Missing Persons, the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC), and national organizations such as the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children in the US, Missing People in the UK, Child Focus in Belgium, and The Smile of the Child in Greece, work to improve the effectiveness of missing children investigations.

Related Links:

  • The Doe Network
  • The Wilmington News Journal

October 12, 2004 – November 29, 2017: Picture added, description, clothing, jewelry, and more updated. Information on the case from local sources may or may not be correct.

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