TX TX - Kimberly Norwood, 12, Hallsville, 20 May 1989

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  1. rosario

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    Bumping for their baby girl ��
     
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    Bump for my former classmate.

    Thinking of you, Kim... wherever you are.
     
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    Bumping Kim's thread on this, the 27th anniversary of her disappearance.

    Gone but never forgotten.
     
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    Random bump for Kim and the Norwood's.
     
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    From the Help Find Kimberly Norwood Facebook Page:

    Kimberly's photo is shown age-progressed to 40 years. She was last seen on May 20th, 1989 at about 5:15 p.m. by her friends as they were all walking home. She and her three friends split up approximately one mile from the child's home and she has not been seen since. She was wearing a white T-shirt with the cartoon character Milk Dude and red and black cows on the front, dark blue jeans, and black Keds tennis shoes. She was also wearing a black bow in her hair, a SWATCH watch, and a gold ring with an aquamarine stone. Kimberly has an abdominal surgery scar and pierced ears.

    Please share...Thank You!

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    28 years gone today. Thinking of you and your family, Kim.

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    http://www.chron.com/news/houston-t...of-missing-person-11178449.php#photo-12984333
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    http://www.kswo.com/story/38234441/balloons-were-released-for-a-missing-person

    Charley Project
     
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    I posted this on another thread a while back… Thought I would post here as well. Very disturbing how similar these all are. Bumping for all of these girls! MOO
     
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    Kimberly Rachelle Norwood – The Charley Project

    Kimberly Rachelle Norwood
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    Kimberly, circa 1989; Age-progression to age 40 (circa 2016)

    • Missing Since05/20/1989
    • Missing FromHallsville, Texas
    • ClassificationNon-Family Abduction
    • Date of Birth10/12/1976 (42)
    • Age12 years old
    • Height and Weight5'4 - 5'5, 95 - 110 pounds
    • Clothing/Jewelry DescriptionA white t-shirt with a teddy bear design or Milk Duds images and red and black cows imprinted on it, dark blue or black button-fly jeans, white socks, black Keds sneakers, a black hair bow, a Swatch watch, and some rings, including a gold ring with an aquamarine stone.
    • Distinguishing CharacteristicsCaucasian female. Brown hair, brown eyes. Kimberly has a two-inch scar on her abdomen from kidney surgery. Her ears are pierced. She is right-handed. Her nicknames are Kim and Kimbo.
    Details of Disappearance
    Kimberly was last seen at approximately 5:15 p.m. in her hometown of Hallsville, Texas. She was walking with three friends in the Caney Creek Estates subdivision at the time. The four children went their separate ways less than one mile from Kimberly's family's house. She never arrived home and has never been heard from again.

    Less than an hour before her disappearance, Kimberly had an argument with her mother over the telephone because her mother refused to let her spend the night at a friend's home. She is not believed to have run away from home, however; her parents think she was abducted. They theorize that the kidnapper(s) lived nearby, because the subdivision where she vanished is rural and densely wooded and a person unfamiliar with the area could become lost easily.

    The home where Kimberly resided at the time of her disappearance has since been torn down, but her parents live in another house close by. She was within two weeks of graduating Hallsville Middle School at the time she went missing, and was due to enter Hallsville Junior High School in the fall. She was a good student who had tested into accelerated learning classes.

    Kimberly's hobbies in 1989 included horseback riding and spending time with her friends and her sister. Her case remains unsolved and is classified as a non-family abduction.

    Something tells me she was abducted. Don't think she run away.
     
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    Jan 25 2019
    6 Women STILL Missing From East Texas
    "Something has to be done. Someone knows something. People don't just VANISH into thin air. It is your moral obligation to say something...if you know something."
    Kim Norwood
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    Kimberly Norwood (Facebook)

    Kimberly Norwood was walking with three friends in the Caney Creek Estates subdivision of Hallsville in 1989 and vanished when the friends separated less than one mile from her parent's home.

    Her family believes she was abducted, and although the home is now torn down, they still live close by and are hopeful for closure. The Marshall News Messenger did a follow-up story on the 29th anniversary of her disappearance, noting that investigators are still actively investigating leads.
     
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  17. Samaritan

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    30 years gone today.

    My thoughts are with Kim today, wondering what happened to her and where she is. My prayers are with her family, I know a milestone such as this brings back old feelings and gives them a new sting. One day they will have answers, whether it’s in this life or the next remains to be seen.
     
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    I read upthread in post #29 that DNA was done. This was Kimberly’s DNA correct? Not the DNA of any suspect? Have there been any recent searches in the past 5 years or so of the mines or local landscape?
     
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    Yes, Kim's DNA. No recent searches, I'm pretty sure they've turned over every leaf, log, and stone they could in their search.
     
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    Kimberly wanted to spend the night but Moms radar was on alert, so she wasn’t allowed to and started to head home. Who else wanted her to spend the night??? The Dad of the friend? An older brother of the friend? It would not be alarming if someone she knew pulled up beside her and offered her “a ride home.” Maybe another neighbor who happened to be driving by?

    “They theorize that the kidnapper(s) lived nearby, because the subdivision where she vanished is rural and densely wooded and a person unfamiliar with the area could become lost easily.”
     
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