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Lillian Williams, 41: Went Missing In 1967 Or 1968

Lillian Williams, 41: Went Missing In 1967 Or 1968

Lillian Williams missing

It is unfortunate when little information has been shared about a case, but it is downright upsetting when there aren’t even descriptive stats about a missing person. Once again, a case from Louisiana captured my attention because there was so little information given about Lillian Williams. The 41-year-old disappeared from Grambling, Lousiana back in the 1960s; however, it is unclear what year she last made contact with friends, colleagues, or loved ones.

Lillian Williams missingAccording to databases, Lillian Williams was last seen at her home at Grambling State University in Lincoln Parish. It was reported that it was in either 1967 or 1968—and sadly, that is all we know about the missing woman. She has never been seen or heard from since that time. Any information about her personal or professional life has not been shared publicly. I could not find any news reports about the mysterious case, and it is unclear if she was living on or off campus.

There also wasn’t any information available about Lillian’s family, whether she was married or had children, or the search efforts related to this case.

At the time of her disappearance, Lillian Williams stood anywhere between 5 feet to 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighed 90 to 200 pounds (these stats mean that her height and weight were unknown). She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. No other descriptors were given. Her middle name is “Culbert.” Lillian’s dental records and fingerprints are reportedly not on file, but her DNA profile is available. She would be well into her 90s if still alive.

Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office at (318) 251-5111 or their local authorities. The agency case number is 14080153.

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