Missing Since: March 27, 1985 from Albany, New York Classification: Endangered Missing Date Of Birth: February 2, 1963 Age: 22 years old Height and Weight: 5'3, 114 pounds Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian female. Light brown hair, brown eyes. Clothing/Jewelry Description: Faded blue Levi's jeans, a light blue short-sleeved pullover Izod golf shirt, a cream-colored women's raincoat, white sneakers, a fourteen-karat gold ring and a blue zircon Seiko watch with a black face. Details of Disappearance Wilson was last seen leaving The Tanning Hut, located in the 1600 block of Central Avenue in Colonie, New York, on March 27, 1985 at approximately 7:20 p.m. She had arrived at the establishment at 7:00 p.m. and gotten a tan in preparation for a trip to Florida for spring break. She had also bought a red t-shirt and a blue t-shirt for the trip. Investigators initially believed she got on a bus near the Butcher Block restaurant on Central Avenue and took that to Fuller Avenue, but it was later determined that she could not have gotten on the bus so it is now thought that she walked to Fuller Avenue. Witnesses told authorities that she was spotted there shortly afterwards. Wilson has never been heard from again. Investigators have been unable to locate the personal belongings that she carried with her on the night of her disappearance. Authorities believe Wilson probably walked south on Fuller Avenue towards the State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany, where she was a political science student. They think she was attacked somewhere near Six-mile Waterworks, the entrance ramp to Interstate 90 westbound and the Northway. Suspected child serial killer Lewis S. Lent Jr. was investigated for involvement in Santiago's case. He was convicted of murdering a Massachusetts child and Sara Wood, whose body has not been found, and is a suspect in many cases, including the disappearances of Kimberly Moreau, Tammie McCormick, Monique Santiago and James Lusher. A photograph of Lent is posted below this case summary. Investigators believe it is unlikely that he was involved in Wilson's disappearance; she was an adult at the time of her disappearance and his other victims were children. However, police they are not ruling him out. Wilson was carrying a gray cloth pocketbook at the time of her disappearance and may have also been carrying a blue knapsack over her shoulder. Wilson's case remains unsolved. http://www.projectjason.org/forums/index.php?topic=1151.0;topicseen ------------------------- This is a girl that went to the school I go to now. Disappeared off the streets I travel every day. I'm interested in her case and couldn't find anything through searches here.