On Sunday evening, August 24, 1975, 18 year old newlywed Deborah Sue Agnew Williamson returned home after having dinner with her parents, Bob and Joyce Lemons, at 8:30 p.m. She spoke on the phone with her husband, Doug Williamson, at 9:00 p.m. Mr. Williamson was at work at a local pizza restaurant and was expecting Deborah to come to his job and work crossword puzzles while waiting for him to get off. She never arrived. At approximately 1:10 a.m. Mr. Williamson found his wife stabbed to death in the carport of their home. Beside the car were her car keys, a crossword puzzle book and a pen. Her purse was missing and has never been recovered. Her blouse was open and her pants were pulled down but police did not believe rape was involved in her murder. Two men were questioned by police but were determined to have no connection to the case. In 1994, Henry Lee Lucas was driven by the crime scene and "confessed" to the murder. After spending a large amount of money, Mrs. Williamson's parents, Bob and Joyce Lemons proved that Mr. Lucas was in another state at the time of the murder and could not have been responsible for it. I am trying to find the family of Mrs. Williamson in an effort to get this cold case reopened. If you know the whereabouts of her sisters, Elizabeth Lemons or Pamela Agnew, please ask them to contact me.