Wendy Jamie Abrams-Nishikai, age 21, went missing from Berkeley, California on October 31, 1989.
This will likely be one of the shortest blog entries I ever write.
“Wendy Jamie Abrams-Nishikai was last seen in Berkeley on October 31, 1989.”
That’s all her profile says.
After digging a bit more, I learned that she had been a student at UC Berkeley, and that she had a two year old daughter at the time of her disappearance, that was left behind.
It was also Halloween.
California Department of Justice lists her as Voluntary Missing – and it doesn’t appear that anyone is looking for her. (It’s worth noting that California DOJ lists 85 year olds with Alzheimers as Voluntary Missing.)
Various searches yield no sign of her.
I am skeptical of the idea that she’s been voluntary missing for 24 years. If she has been, she’s done an amazing job of covering her tracks, considering that in 1989, no one saw the Internet coming.
She was 21. She was college-educated and had a young daughter. She has two older brothers.
Where are you, Wendy? Are you relaxing on the beaches of Mexico, sipping margaritas, and laying low? Were you having problems in late 1989 that were just too overwhelming to handle? Did someone take you away from your family on that Halloween night?
Such a shame that although people care, we don’t know where to look, since there is just no information on what might have happened to you.
Come home soon, Wendy.