Home » Beverly Williams, 57: Bought A Bus Ticket & Vanished
A peculiar case from 2019 has gone relatively unnoticed for years. Not much is known about Beverly Williams or her personal life, but the National Missing & Unidentified Persons System reported that she vanished from Kansas City, Missouri on April 9, 2019. One would think that because this is a case that emerged during a time when social media awareness is at its peak there would be news articles about the missing 57-year-old woman; however, little has been shared about Beverly and her case.
Her family life is unclear as is her workplace relationships, but it was stated that Beverly Williams planned to travel from Kansas City to Denver—approximately a 600-mile trip. Beverly was said to have purchased a Greyhound bus ticket and it was reportedly verified that the ticket was redeemed, yet, it is unknown if Beverly actually made the trip. Unfortunately, nothing else has been shared publicly about this case and updates from the authorities are non-existent.
It is also unclear why Beverly was traveling, whether it be a move, for leisure, to visit family, etc. It was reported by the Missouri State Highway Patrol that Beverly was last seen at her “shared residence.”
At the time of her disappearance, Beverly Williams stood 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighed 145 pounds. She has black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. Her middle initial is “D.” What she was last seen wearing is unknown. She would be 60 years old at the time of this publication and may go by the last name “Pelton.”
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Kansas City Police Department at (816) 234-5136 or your local authorities. The agency case number is 19026186.
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