Judy O'Donnell
JudithOdonnell.jpegProgressed to 35
Age 19
Race White
Sex Female
Location Baltimore, Maryland
Disappeared November 30, 1980
Missing for 40 years
Height 5'10
Weight 140 pounds
Classification Suspected homicide

Judith Erin O'Donnell, also known as "Judy" or "Judi" was a young woman who disappeared in 1980. She was also known to use the alias name of "Tuffy" as both a first or last name. She also used the name Erin O'Dey or Erin O'Day, or Judith O'Day. Foul play is suspected in her case.

Case

Judy dropped out of high school to become famous. She had a great singing voice, was prone to the arts, and had the dream to be "discovered" in New York City. Like so many before her and after, that dream was quickly squashed and she found herself homeless. She spent time at shelters, covenant house called us occasionally, and on 'friends' couches. Judy spent a lot of time at discos and clubs and was particularly fond of Studio 54. She would charge thousands of dollars of phone calls on her parents' phone number (when you still could). After their last visit to Baltimore for a family Thanksgiving gathering, the family never saw Judy again. She was at the Young People's Concert in Washington DC for Reagan's inaugural (as seen by her sister on TV, the Reagan library does not have the footage). She was never heard from or seen again after January 19, 1981.

Judy was arrested in New York City and in South Carolina for prostitution. She was known to do drugs. She hitchhiked to her grandparents' 50th wedding anniversary from New York to Minnesota just a year before vanishing.

There are rumored sightings of Judy in the East Brunswick, NJ area.

Chracteristics

  • She had sandy brown hair (with lots of blond highlights) She often colored her hair.
  • She had blue eyes.
  • Her tonsils and adenoids were removed.
  • She has a scar under her chin and on her left arm.
  • Her central incisor (front tooth) was discolored

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