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Episode 80 Jamie Grissim
Sixteen year-old Jamie Grissim vanished in Vancouver, Washington on December 7, 1971. She attended school that day at Fort Vancouver High School, and planned to walk home after school. She told her foster mother she would be home shortly after 1pm that day after school, but she never made it home. Immediatley, Jamie's younger sister Starr, who was extremely close with Jamie, knew that something was wrong. It wasn't like Jamie to not come home.
Starr and Jamie's foster mother tried to report Jamie missing, but were told by police that they had to wait a full 30 days. In May, 1972, Five months after she went missing, Jamie's purse, ID, and some other belongings were found beside a road in the Dole Valley area of Clark County, northeast of Vancouver. Jamie herself was never seen again.
Authorities initially believed Jamie was a runaway, but she is now believed to be the first victim of a suspected serial rapist and killer, Warren Leslie Forrest who has been linked to attacks and murders of other young women in the same area during that timeframe.
Jamie's sister Starr, who is the guest in this episode, would very much like to know what happened to her sister, and to find her remains so that she can say a proper goodbye to the older sister she loved so much.
When Jamie vanished, she was 5ft4 with Brown hair, and weighed 125 pounds. On the day she vanished, Jamie was believed to be wearing Blue jeans, white tennis shoes with peace drawing, possibly love written on them, red and white striped blouse with puffy sleeves. Jamie's case is on file with Namus.
If you have any information about Jamie Grissim, or additional information about suspect Warren Forrest, please call the Clark County Sheriff's Office
You can learn more about Jamie's case at the Facebook page run by her sister Starr
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