MELISSA WITT STORY
THE DAY MELISSA WITT WENT MISSING
December 1, 1994, was a typical day for Missy. But as she got ready to go to campus for class, she had a small disagreement with her Mom after asking her if she could borrow money. Her mother said no and before she left the house, she left Missy a note explaining that she loved her and that she would be at a local bowling alley later that afternoon if she wanted to come by and get something to eat.
Between 6:30-7 pm, after class and work, Missy went to the same bowling alley that her mother had mentioned in her note. She parked her car, and before she would even make it inside the bowling alley, investigators believe Missy was abducted from the parking lot. They made this determination based on evidence of a struggle around her car, including blood found in the parking lot, as well as Missy's keys and an earring found nearby.
HOW DO I REPORT A TIP?
If you have information regarding the murder of Melissa Witt, please call the Fort Smith Police Department at 479-709-5116 or email them at email@example.com.
If you would like to reach our documentary team, please call 1-800-440-1922.
PROJECT IN HONOR OF MELISSA WITT: ALL THE LOST GIRLS
All the Lost Girls is dedicated to finding justice for cold cases involving women and girls in the United States who have been found murdered due to strangulation.
This project was inspired by the 1994 murder of Melissa Witt from Fort Smith, Arkansas.
All the Lost Girls is registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.