According to Kim

Deborah Hohenshilt Missing Since February 13, 1988

with 4 comments

Deborah Hohenshilt, a 26-year-old saleswoman, left her part-time job at Fisherman’s Wharf Restaurant in Ponce Inlet and returned to her apartment in Daytona Beach, where she later spoke to someone by phone.  That phone call would be the last anybody heard from Hohenshilt.  Her employer reported her missing when she didn’t show up for work.

Investigators found only her cats at her Tanglewood apartment. Police found her car near Ellsworth and Bethune streets, less than a mile from her apartment. Neighbors said it had been there since Sunday, the day after Hohenshilt was last seen. Investigators said an examination of her apartment resulted in clues that indicate she did not leave of her own free will. “It really looks suspicious now,” said Cpl. Mike Kearney, just a week after her disappearance. “You could tell from her apartment that she intended to come back soon.”

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Written by Kim

February 13, 2012 at 9:32 pm

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  1. Kim you amaze me. You look for missing ppl in New York. Keep your web site updated for our local missing and you are still able to find time to bring up old cases too. I am sure stirring the dirt up on a case from 1988 could find clues or maybe even a conscience that knows something!! God Bless you Kim.. I love you!

    sandy2152

    February 13, 2012 at 11:55 pm

  2. Kim,
    I am not sure who you are but I thank you for posting. Deborah Hohenshilt worked with my mom for a bit back in the 80’s. We all loved her and still miss her. I won’t give up on finding out what happened to her. Thanks again for helping keep hope alive for so many.

    Eileen

    Eileen Spaulding

    September 5, 2013 at 9:05 pm

    • Eileen, Kim is a wonderful, caring, considerate, loving woman. She is always there looking to help someone. I have worked with her on a couple of cases and there is no one that i would rather have by my side. She puts the name on her site to keep them in the public. Most families are wracked with pain and forget to keep their loved ones in the public eye. God Bless Kim and all of her efforts!

      Sandy LaCrosse

      September 9, 2013 at 8:40 am

    • Hello Eileen,
      I went to elementary school and high school in morristown , nj with debby and i learned about her dissapearance a couple years ago. I remember her fondly we were great friends. Unfortunatly we lost touch i believe she moved to Ohio in the 80’s. I too would like to know what happened to her it is so sad. I think about her often.
      Julie

      julie

      September 11, 2013 at 1:20 pm


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