The teen visited her stepbrother's girlfriend & was never seen again.
She was last seen with her brother's father in July 2020.
Her brother believes she may have fallen victim to the government's takedown of the Black Panther Party.
Two other women also disappeared in the same area around the same time.
There are differing reports regarding specific details of this case.
She remains a missing person, but authorities believe she could have been murdered by a serial killer terrorizing Sacramento.
Her family believed she may be connected to serial killer Samuel Little.
Nine women were found murdered around the time she went missing.
Prior to the shooting, their mother reportedly told the teen to get her gun out of her car.
Her car was later found abandoned and burned on a remote road.
He was sentenced to life without parole.
She was declared legally dead in 2008.
Her remains were located in December 2020 but only recently identified. Her death was ruled as a homicide.
Very little has been shared about her case.
Two fishermen found her along Jamaica Bay. She had been beaten to death.
She had been beaten and stragnled to death.
Authorities believe her age is somewhere from mid-teens to early-twenties.
Her cause of death is unknown.
Over forty years later and no one has come forward to claim her.
A bus ticket to Colorado was reportedly purchased in her name, but it's unclear if Tori Moses actually made her way to Denver.
Her remains have yet to be found.
She was living with her mother but left because she didn't want to talk about rehab.
This is a wild story that begins with Gracie Nash's brother breaking up with his girlfriend & ends in murder and a missing woman.
After failing to show up for her monthly visitations with her family, she was reported missing.
She contracted COVID-19, was hospitalized, & died weeks later.
All three women dated the same man.
She survived the shooting & is currently in critical condition.