Tammy Kingery, 37, September 20, 2014, Edgefield County, South Carolina
Missing Person: Tammy Kingery
Age at the time of disappearance: age 37
Date Last Seen: September 20, 2014
Location Last Seen: Left her husband a note stating she was going for a walk in Edgefield County, South Carolina and would be back soon. She had never done this before.
Date Located: STILL MISSING
Tammy was married almost twenty years, had three children and worked as a Nurse.
She was home sick that day, making the next set of events unlikely. Her husband took the kids and left to run errands so that she could rest without distraction.
Tammy's husband Park Kingery saw a hand-written note that said 'Gone for a walk. Be back soon. Love You.' Her purse, money, credit card and cell phone were inside the residence.
The residence is nestled in a very wooded area. Tammy's family is adamant. Tammy would never had walked through the woods by herself. She would never have walked off on her own and would have contacted someone if she was leaving.
Law Enforcement believed there was suspicious circumstances.
Additionally, her behavior in the weeks prior to her disappearance, she was constantly exhausted spending most nights in bed. At work she seemed agitated, and the day she disappeared she acted in an odd way. Her husband said she had poor health which may have caused her depression. Tammy herself described her feelings as hopeless, and was convinced that there wasn't a doctor or medication that could help her. Years prior to her disappearance she attempted to commit suicide which lead some to believe that may have been the cause of her disappearance this time.
A seemingly strong but questionable tip came in. Her own teenage daughter believes she saw someone she saw as an exact match to her mom was on a motorcycle with an unknown man. Additionally, a neighbor heard what sounded like a motorcycle pull into the Kingery's driveway during the time her husband was gone with the kids. Moreover, her phone records showed that she was texting two men with messages indicating romantic relationships. Police do not believe the records are relative to her disappearance.
There is no evidence she walked out of the house willingly, with someone else, or forcibly.
If you have any information on Tammy's disappearance please contact the Edgefield County Sheriff's Office at (803) 637-5337 or (803) 278-1625