Canada - Tamara Chipman, 22, Prince Rupert British Columbia, 2005

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  1. Kermode Bear

    Kermode Bear New Member

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    http://www.missingpeople.net/highway_of_tears.htm

    Several young women have gone missing along a highway in Northern British Columbia that has become know as "The Highway of Tears". Someone knows what has happened to Tamara and the other women.

    Tamara was last seen hitchhiking outside of Prince Rupert two years ago today (on Sept. 21, 2005)
     
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    Thanks for posting this thread Kermode Bear :)

    Here is a more recent article on Tamara's disappearance:


    FRIDAY MARKS the second anniversary of the disappearance of a local mother.

    Tamara Chipman was last seen Sept. 21, 2005 hitchhiking back to Terrace on Hwy16 near the Prince Rupert industrial park after spending several days there visiting her mom and friends.

    Despite two searches – one launched by RCMP and a second one by family and friends – Chipman hasn’t been seen since.

    Chipman’s son Jaden, aged 2 at the time of her disappearance, just celebrated his fourth birthday and still is looking for his mom in his own way.

    He calls his dad Rob Parker’s ex-girlfriend “mom” at times, which is upsetting, according to Parker.

    “It just hurts me when he calls everybody else ‘mom,’” he said.

    Parker said he’s keeping memorabilia from the papers “in case I have to explain something later on.”

    He’s stopped listening to any tips he hears because people are “full of you know what” and he’s tired of hearing what others are saying.

    Surrey private investigator Ray Michalko, who’s been on the case for a couple years now since taking a personal interest in it, notes Chipman as one of the missing women from Hwy16 whom he’s focusing his investigation on.

    “I’m continuing to focus on Tamara Chipman, Nicole Hoar and Ramona Wilson,” he said from his Lower Mainland office last week.

    “I seem to have more information regarding them than the others so far,” he said, referring to the many other women who have gone missing or been found murdered along Hwy16.

    http://www.terracestandard.com/portals-code/list.cgi?paper=33&cat=23&id=1065965&more=0
     
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    christine2448 Retired WS Staff

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    Hello and thank you too everyone who has helped with Tamara's case. My name is Cory and this is my daughter Tamara. This September will be the second year that her dad and myself have been missing our girl, it has without a doubt been the worst two years of our lives. Not a day or even an hour goes by that I don't think about her. Wish that I could talk to her or even just hear her voice again. I see her face everyday but sadly only in my mind, I talk to her only from my heart now, but I am sure that God tells her we are loving her always and he has her safely with him.

    http://www.highwayoftears.ca/Missing Index/tamarachipman.htm
     
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    http://www.highwayoftears.ca/

    Some people believe that more than 30 women have disappeared along this stretch of Highway 16 in Northern BC. The "official list" doubled last week to include the names of 18 women who have either disappeared or been murdered after being last seen along this highway. Many of these young women were hitchhiking at the time, which has led some to propose the notion of a serial killer (or killers).

    Certainly the thought of someone who travels the road regularily has been raised (i.e. a truck driver). The truck driver mentioned above, however, seems to have been driving a route that would not take him near the Highway of Tears.
     
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    ohwell1971 Glorious Minds Think Alike

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    Dearest (Cory), I have been following the case of your beautiful missing daughter and the cases of the other missing women and girls such as Nicole Hoar. I wonder if Tamara was ever asked to be interviewed by a reporter or if she knew anyone who did. Did she have a new interest in Christianty? Did she ever have an interest in theater, photography, grain elevators? I hope that I am not offending you with my questions and understand if you don't want to answer them, pm me if you feel more comfortable. Did you ever see the posts on Project Kare the bulliten board prior to it being hacked with binary codes?, horrid pics and trolls? or ever join or post on any other forums regarding the missing in Western Canada?
     
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    Chipman, 22, was last seen on Sept. 21, 2005, five kilometres east of Prince Rupert. She was hitchhiking to Terrace along Highway 16 -- on a stretch of road nicknamed for the girls and women who have vanished there since 1969.

    She had recently shaved her head, but was known to wear red, blonde and brunette wigs. She may have been wearing a light jacket and jeans.

    Anyone who may know something about Chipman's disappearance is asked to call the provincial unsolved homicide tip line at 1-877-543-4822 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

    http://www.ctvbc.ctv.ca/servlet/an/...tamara_chipman_100921?hub=BritishColumbiaHome
     
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    http://www2.canada.com/nanaimodailynews/news/story.html?id=2334742
     
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    Tamara Lynn Chipman
    Height: 5'11"
    Weight:130pounds
    brown eyes
    short brown hair/known to wear wigs,red+blonde
    she has a scar on her chin
    birthmark under her left eye
    Last seem September 21,2005
    Hitch Hiking outside Prince Rupert BC Canada
    please report tips to RCMP.or CRIMESTOPPERS
    1-800-222-TIPS 1-800-222-TIPS or
    Ray Michalko


    Tamara lynn has a smile and laugh that lights up the room when she walks in.she is a great friend,she is a careing,loving person.who diserves to be home with her loving family and friends.

    http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=41212992616
     
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    folieadeuxnola Lake Pontchartrain Jane Doe

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    Police speaking at MMIWG inquiry must 'stand by their word': advocate | CBC News

    Gladys Radek dabbed her eyes, gazing upon the statue erected in Saskatoon in honour of missing and murdered Indigenous women.

    She didn't see it in person.


    mmiw-statue-saskatoon-police-headquarters.jpg
    An image of it was shown as part of former Saskatoon police Chief Clive Weighill's testimony Wednesday during the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls at the Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina.

    "That monument just took my breath away when I saw it and I just cried. I started crying right away when I (saw) it. It was so beautiful," Radek said afterward, in a room where the smell of sweetgrass from a smudge earlier in the day still lingered.

    Her niece, Tamara Lynn Chipman, was last seen in 2005 on a stretch of road in Northern B.C. known as "the Highway of Tears."

    "A few months went by and there was no answers."

    Today, there are still no answers for Radek or Chipman's now 14-year-old son.
     
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