Edna Bette-Jean Masters

Left and Right: Edna circa, 1960

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: July 3, 1960

Missing From: Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada

Classification: Endangered Missing

Date Of Birth: circa, 1958

Age: 1 year old

Height and Weight: 2’7″ and 24 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian Female, Blonde hair, Blue eyes, Edna has an oval shaped burn scar on her upper left arm, she has a slightly bent ear lobe deformity, her teeth were in good condition at the time and she had a light complexion with a medium build

Clothing/Jewelry Description: A green bonnet with white frill pink, a short sleeved shirt, pink faded overalls, white socks, and a pair of sandals

Details of Disappearance

Edna was last seen in Kamloops, Canada on July 3rd 1960. She was last seen as she played at a friends home with her friends and family. She disappeared at some point while she was playing and has never been seen or heard from since.

Her disappearance was immediately reported but despite immediate searches by authorities and rescue personnel. Authorities initially believed that the child may have been snatched by a wild animal but there is no evidence that this scenario took place.

Authorities have stated they would like to question a couple who drove a rust colored 1959 Chevrolet car with bat wing style tail lights and Alberta license plates. The couple were said to have been in their late 20s in 1960. Authorities do not know if these two individuals are connected to the case. They were seen in the area at the time of her disappearance.

Authorities never found any trace of the missing girl. Her mother and sisters are still alive and hope to find out what happened to Edna. The investigation into her disappearance reopened in 2013 and authorities hope that someone who has information about her case will come forward.

Edna’s case remains unsolved. She has never been located despite numerous searches.

Investigating Agency

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

Kamloops RCMP 250-314-1800

Source Information

The Doe Network

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