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Billy Jean Hall
Billy Jean Hall
Billy Jean Hall

MISSING since February 28, 1985 from Jessup, Maryland

Police Case #Q6505395
NCIC Case #M-167898305

Classification:
Endangered Missing
Hair Color:
Brown
Age Missing:
24
Eye Color:
Blue
Gender:
Female
Height:
5'3"
Race:
Caucasian
Weight:
110 lbs.
Date of Birth:
July 19, 1960
Alias/Nickname:
Billie

Identifying Characteristics:
A large vertical scar on her abdomen, a deep, wide horizontal scar on her buttocks and faded scars on her chin and hands. She also has an orthodontic screw, a richmond screw installed above her right eye, a skull plate inserted in her head and fractured fingers.
Medical:
Hall suffered brain damage due to a traffic accident and should have a scar where a tap was done through her skull. Her blood type is O. She was a known drug abuser.
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Unknown. Hall left Jessup on February 28, 1985 in a Nissan Camper to go to a biker convention in Daytona Beach, Florida. She was to be gone for two weeks.  After four weeks, no one had heard from Hall and she was officially reported missing. There was activity on Ms. Hall's credit card in Daytona, Florida. It is felt that she arrived, but never returned. In August 1985 her motor home was recovered in Cameron, Louisiana. Investigators suspect foul play and her case remains unsolved.
Investigating Agency/Contact:

Maryland State Police, Sgt. John Bollinger: 1-410-290-0050-x130

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