He vows that the Amy Wroe Bechtel Recovery Headquarters will remain in full operation, even if he’s the only volunteer. No, there’s nothing in my journal I’m at all uncomfortable with. A fancy new anesthetic gets the same buoyant description as the details of sawing through a limb. More than 30 psychics contact Bechtel. Lately, Amy’s been running on the trails across the river from the Sinks Canyon campground. Steve and Nels met at a race for Amy held in Laramie. Soon they would head off, climbing past killing switchbacks, toward Frye Lake, ten kilometers distant. Steve and Amy had discussed visiting her folks earlier in the week but had put it off because there’d been a death in Steve’s family, a first cousin killed in a train accident. "We have 50 activations a year. Skinner and Whisler had gone to the 8:45 P.M. showing of Con Air, and they arrived home around 11 to find that Amy still wasn't back. Steve Bechtel Sr., former CEO and empire-builder of Bechtel, explained, "In this business, you get to know people, sit on their boards and one day when something comes up, they ask you to take on a project. Skinner speaks emphatically and with much eye contact. DAY 80 OF THE SEARCH BRINGS AUTUMN’S first snow to the Wind River Range of the Wyoming Rockies. This is a list of wealthy Americans ranked by net worth.It is based on an annual assessment of wealth and assets by Forbes and by data from the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.. “I’m not done yet,” he says. It upgraded and modernized its sewer and water systems and remodeled Main Street with tasteful streetlamps, flower boxes, and litter baskets. The keys were under Amy's to-do list on the passenger seat, next to her $120 sunglasses. A white vehicle with something red visible in the rear window. The FBI's National Crime Information Center listed approximately 35,000 adults missing at the end of 1997. Despite extensive investigative work and media portrayals, her case remains unsolved as of 2019. It went on from dawn to dusk for more than a week. Landerites cast wary glances at Jackson's log palaces, its sleek fleets of celebrities and wannabes and wealthy kids who fall from the sky in western costumes and $300 haircuts for some quality mountain time. A room in the sheriff's office has become the new command post. $10,000 REWARD. Subscribe to our newsletters to stay up-to-date on the latest outdoor news. Certainly uncomfortable for a runner lying injured in her shorts and singlet, but not life-threatening. Then, last on her list but hardly in her priorities, her run on the mountain roads. Steve has a younger brother, Jeff, and an older sister, Leslie. We are suspicious, violent, maladroit. She was running so fast.”. It’s deeply flawed and completely unreliable. Bechtel’s voice and manner betray neither false hope nor desperation. A runner with blond hair and skinny legs heading toward Burnt Gulch near Frye Lake. While the climbing community in Lander remained solidly loyal to Steve, things had unraveled badly among the family. Her movements over the next few hours remain open to conjecture. Or they might just light up gold as the sun fell away and be gone by morning. They had been a long time on the mountain. The more time goes by, the better he gets to know her, the less likely he is to kill her.”. In retrospect, that assumption would seem disastrously naive. The next best thing,” he continues, his voice rock-steady, “would be if she were being held captive. Todd Skinner, their de facto captain, lives in number ten with his wife, Amy Whisler, also a climber. Round, scholarly glasses, a scatter of pimples and a fuzzy brush cut lend him a soft, boyish air. Had she gone to take some photographs? The witness, a hiker, claimed to have seen a blue truck similar to Steve's - and that there had been a blonde female in the passenger's seat matching Amy's description on July 24th. No volunteers working leads, no climbers sleeping on the floor, no reporters phoning. Where was the investigation leading? A while ago a plane crashed up there, and it took over a year to find it. In 1996, she ran the Boston Marathon in 3:08:33. For probable cause they cite an unnamed witness who claims to have seen a pickup truck similar to Steve Bechtel’s racing through a Loop Road campground on the day of the disappearance, with a distraught blond woman in the passenger seat. Or the university-town West that is Laramie. Later, both men’s phone records show that the call was placed at 4:43. They had taken some visiting relatives, Nebraska flatlanders, up to the mountain for some predinner sightseeing. Steve and wife Helen Glover are reported to have met in 2014 during the BBC fundraiser Sport Relief. Or the strafed and struggling Indian West of the Wind River Reservation, just north of town. In June she had finished paying off her student loans. One hundred and forty-six runners stretched and shivered and high-stepped in a parking lot not far from Sinks Canyon State Park. At 10:30 he calls the sheriff to report Amy missing. Quitting is not an option. Snowmobilers have been part of things for a long time, and the hipness quotient, measured in the New West by the ratio of cappuccino to Folgers, is negligible. Steve speaks of an FBI agent who he says told him, point-blank, just two weeks or so after the search for Amy began, "We have evidence you killed Amy." He and Amy were not in the habit of leaving notes about their whereabouts, and anyway, Steve had returned earlier than he'd planned. After three promising calls, the trail turns cold. He replied that in the absence of new clues, the primary task had become supporting Steve. He was asked to take a polygraph test. His investigation has renewed public interest in an old tip that placed current death-row inmate Dale Wayne Eaton, found guilty in 2004 for the murder of another young woman in 1988, in the area at the time of Amy’s disappearance. The Forbes 400 Richest Americans list has been published annually since 1982. No, we did not have an abusive relationship. Bechtel arrives home and thinks nothing of Amy’s absence; he’s back a couple of hours earlier than he’d planned. Not a trace or a whiff of Amy. Bechtel assumes, of course, that Amy’s out running. “If law enforcement had just said, ‘Steve, we know you didn’t have anything to do with Amy’s disappearing, let’s just take the poly as a formality,’ I would’ve taken it in a second. The search shifts into a second phase. There are scattered, less-than-positive sightings, along with long-standing habits and patterns from which to draw deductions. Radios crackled. He takes a listless bite and puts it down before patiently answering yet another reporter’s questions. They follow the cone of headlights on the highway and then the winding dirt road up the switchbacks in the darkness. "I'm not questioning it," he said, several weeks after the FBI had come and gone, "but if I'm going to be quoted, I'd say I've never seen it done that way before. Steve is big, barrel-chested, and he's got those big legs to haul around." What if she simply slipped out of her life and started another from scratch? Drinkers vanish, druggies vanish. Nels said that Steve denied the journals' currency, that Steve said they were written in high school. He's Lander born and bred, with such an engaging lack of bluster or antagonism that it's easy to overlook the fact that he keeps his cards very close to the vest. “I had intended to run,” says Jennie Myers, a 36-year-old nurse who used to win most local road races until Amy moved to town. Ray Candelaria, Lander Valley High School cross-country coach, said, "Runners, on your marks," and pointed his starter's gun to the sky. He was convicted of the 1988 rape and murder of an eighteen-year-old Lisa Marie Kimmel. They tend to keep their doors unlocked and share equipment, climbing plans, social lives, workplaces. AT ABOUT THE SAME TIME, CHIP WILLIAMS, head of the Fremont County Search and Rescue team, gets the call from the sheriff’s office. There’s evidence of a campfire. In 2001, Amy's dad passed away. Eventually word came that no such photos existed. The footprints match the shoes Amy had been wearing. What happened instead was something strange and nightmarish, the kind of nightmare that begins with innocuous moments that become harrowing only in hindsight. He summarizes, he confirms, he returns calls, he expresses his frustration at being literally clueless. The climbers watch as Bechtel listens. I try not to get angry that law enforcement still considers me the prime suspect, but every hour that they spend examining me is an hour that they’re not looking for Amy.”. There’s a Y in the road at the Burnt Gulch cutoff. We have specialists in steep-angle searches, swiftwater searches, cave rescues. Getting lost or injured near Lander is like having your house catch fire next to the fire station. Yellow ribbons on parking meters, on telephone poles, on trees, on tee-marker signs at the golf course: Come home, Amy. Bechtel exhorts the runners to keep pushing, keep searching, keep distributing posters and flyers. She talked with Greg Wagner at Gallery 331 about her photos. WHAT PEOPLE THINK ABOUT ME IS BEYOND MY CONTROL, and I really don’t care one way or the other,” Bechtel says. His marriage has been happy and harmonious. The climbers rise to orbit around the cottage. "This sounds strange, but we hope that she's been abducted," he says. People follow patterns, people turn up. Waitressing in Fort Myers, Florida. In the early nineties, the rock climbers began to arrive in Lander, drawn by some of the most difficult walls in America. Jim made a little joke: "She looks like she's running away from something.". But by 5 a.m. there’s no call saying she’s found, so Williams heads back out to Sinks Canyon. Steve Bechtel left Lander for Utah after Amy disappeared. With little training, Amy ran a 3:01 at the Tucson Marathon, which qualified her for the centennial Boston Marathon. We're here. Meanwhile, a … THE DAY AFTER THE FBI INTERVIEW, sheriff’s deputies arrive with a warrant to search 9 Lucky Lane. “Steve came in for an interview,” says sheriff’s investigator Roger Rizor. I round up the volunteers. “If I could only dredge up something else about what I saw that day. The road passes lakes and campgrounds, continues through the heart of the Shoshone National Forest, climbs again to South Pass, then descends before meeting Highway 28, the road to Rock Springs. That is the first terror-dream when a person is missing, and it is linked to a second: that of dying in such a way that one is never conclusively missed, never completely mourned. He is wearing a T-shirt, shorts, sandals. She’s still up there, you can bet on it…”, “Amy’s running up there and a car’s coming, the driver drunk probably, and hits her. The concrete world of a physical search—gullies, cliffs, thick copses—has given way to the more abstract realm of an investigation: theories, networks, possible sightings, criminal profiles. Eight years ago Sunday, she was last seen in Lander, the central Wyoming town where she had moved with Steven Bechtel, her husband of 13 months, to join a community of ardent high- country athletes. Beneath Lander's just-folks exterior is a town that has not been able to fence itself off from trouble. Like as not, they’ll find her by simply driving the area’s main roads. Feverish with excitement, Skinner scrambles 7 hours out of the canyon to report his findings. And so the imagination moves into a more dire realm, but one in which it is still possible to invest the missing person with the qualities of one's own, most survivable self. All these strands, these smears, shadows, whispers, shards—they have come to naught. AMY’S FIRST STOP WAS THE WIND RIVER FITNESS CENTER, where she and Dudley Irvine, the owner, taught a kids’ weight-training class. The disappearance of a world-class runner here is a mystery that has divided a family. In 1891, Warren graduated from Peabody High School in Peabody, Kansas. Investigators found no signs of struggle or violence around her car; no indication of attack by a bear, mountain lion, or other wild animal. The grand blue Wyoming skies had curdled. Bechtel is rumored to be withholding information from authorities. When she showed up as a walk-on on the team at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, cross-country coach Jim Sanchez was almost embarrassed for her. And what is Lander not? How we test gear. “I think trying to point the finger at him just [provides] a convenient answer in a situation where there are no answers. A rushed breakfast, a preoccupied scan of the morning paper, a glance toward the mountains to size up the weather. Montana-based Bryan Di Salvatore and Deirdre McNamer are both completing books. Even then, her parents say, she was thoughtful, orderly, highly focused—the kind of kid who sets goals and when she does, says Duane, "you better get flat out of her way.". These days he keeps his hand in politics—he's been spearheading an initiative that would codify ethics requirements for Wyoming officeholders—and he tinkers with furniture and works on his and Jo Anne's modest house. Scores of rescuers, fit and mountain-wise, live within a rifle shot of city hall. Her poster greets mountain bikers and elk hunters at forest trailheads throughout the Rockies. She parks here, pointing the front of the Toyota uphill. She can rough out the mileage on the car odometer, then run on the mountain trails before driving back down to Lander to meet Steve for dinner. I've got about a million things to do, and it's my only day off." Haertle provided police with a clear description of Hansen’s killer and he would also later pick out Carpenter in a police line up. "It's not within me to be angry at someone for having feelings or thoughts and for dealing with them by placing them on a piece of paper," Casey Wroe-Lee told the Star-Tribune. Everyone waited for news from NASA on whether photographs that might have been taken by Russia's Mir space station on the day of Amy's disappearance would reveal new clues. We hear from our audience every day about how much they love our long-form journalism. Indeed. Two months after she disappeared, the Amy Bechtel Hill Climb took place. Steve Bechtel says he returned from his rendezvous with Sam Lightner about 4:30 that afternoon to find the house empty. The pickups and Cherokees and ATVs roll back down the Loop Road. Here in town, however, in the cramped cottage on Lucky Lane, they’re at a loss. Someone in northern California wanted a nanny. Nine miles from town, in the Sinks Canyon State Park Interpretive Center, among other exhibits, is a mounted photograph of a rock climber. There were Tom and Linda, Steve's parents, and Casey and Jenny, Amy's sisters. IN THE NORTHWESTERN PORTION OF WYOMING, the weather turns stormy the afternoon of July 24, and Steve Bechtel and his friend choose to scout routes rather than climb. Dee from MPCN When they asked him if anything was wrong, Steve, who later said that he was starting to worry at this point, replied with a casual white lie: "No.". Beyond that, there is murder. A befuddled drunk, a lonely trucker. Amy departed from the Lander, Wyoming apartment she shared with her husband of one year, Steve Bechtel, at approximately 9:30 a.m. on July 24, 1997 to run errands for the house they had just purchased and were going to move into. She rattles onto the gravel, slips into lower gear and begins climbing the Loop Road, a graded road that gains 2,000 feet in elevation in its first 6 switchbacking miles. Steve Bechtel was never charged in the case and still lives in Lander; he’s remarried with two children and operating a gym in town. Bechtel leaves Dubois about 3:30 and arrives back at Lucky Lane around 4:30. There’s no time to read them, but he figures the FBI is trying to railroad him. Steve and Amy met at the University of Wyoming in Laramie in December 1991, took exercise physiology classes together in the spring, and were dating by the fall of 1992. They knew just what to do in the mountains. So much time spent driving so slowly, so many things to think through, the exciting yet terrifying idea of owning a house, the million details of moving—Amy just wants to run, to clear her head. “I can’t afford to run anymore,” she told the coach. There was not, according to King, a snip of cloth, a drop of blood, a single verifiable track, a sign of a scuffle—anything to indicate unambiguously that Amy was physically present, alive or dead, on the mountain. Cecil Bechtel Jr., 81, of Stoutland, died Saturday, March 1, 2008, at St. John's Hospital-Lebanon. Sitcoms Online - Main Page / Message Boards - Main Page / News Blog / Photo Galleries / / Message Boards - Main Page / News Blog / Photo Galleries / So after six furious days of searching, the tents are struck. “The worst moment was definitely the last day, the day we came down out of the mountains,” Williams acknowledges. Primarily Addicts and mentally ill or others who don't get appropriate attention. A search plane buzzed overhead. In 1897, Warren married Clara Alice West, from Aurora, Indiana, whom he met while she previously visited her uncle (E.F. Davison) in Peabody. It’s striking how fast the runner’s going, almost as if she were trying to get away from somebody. They don't recall Amy, and they don't convey the knee-buckling anguish of this bottomless mystery. To glimpse even a measure of these things, you could return, perhaps, to a moment in September, nearly three hours after the first runner in the Amy Bechtel Hill Climb crossed the finish line at Frye Lake. “I’d love nothing better than to find out my wife ran off with somebody else. The car’s unlocked. “There was material here that just had to be explained. Frail clues. “A guy from Texas. He was convicted of the 1988 rape and … You call that normal?”, TEN DAYS AFTER THE SEARCH OF 9 LUCKY LANE, Todd Skinner gets a call from the FBI, requesting an interview. “I just know it had to be Amy,” Gibson says. Fishing is fine, but hardly world-class. The group has mailed out or directed "satellite" volunteers to mail out more than 80,000 flyers. Amazingly, Amy started to improve through the ’94 indoor season. "Amy has wanted to do this race for a couple of years," he said. Why doesn’t he just take the test so we can all move on?”. He turned down an invitation to go for pizza with some of the Lucky Lane bunch, and waited. To gain faith—faith that the snow, the cold, will vanish. Gatorade was on sale at Safeway for 89 cents a 32-ounce bottle, and Mr. D's, just along Main, had knocked down country-style ribs to $1.39 a pound. I'm being held captive in Sinks Canyon. Still heading up through the Shoshone National Forest, the road passes campgrounds, firewood-gathering areas, Louis Lake, snowmobile and hiking trailheads. But it’s also day four when Todd Skinner, scouring a remote canyon, comes upon footprints in a cave by a creek. Share with: Link: Copy link. She no longer lagged during workouts. Then, near Christmas break in Amy’s junior year, Sanchez happened upon her, distraught, near tears. Inside the bottle was a note: "Help. Long before dawn and the arrival of the official search party, a dozen friends were looking for Amy-with-a-sprained-ankle, Amy-with-a-broken-leg, or Amy-attacked-by-a-bear. The FBI refuses to comment on this episode or any aspect of the investigation, referring all inquiries to the Fremont County Sheriff’s Department. Steve Bechtel was never charged in the case and still lives in Lander; he’s remarried with two children and operating a gym in town. Which way would she go? Two or three dozen psychics have offered their services. "Let's say someone says, 'Check out a yellow mobile home off the highway ten miles from Lander,'" Steve says. Skinner went on to Mali to climb Fatima, a 2,000-foot quartzite tower. By the start of the hill climb, everyone was tired. Each week scores of the Bechtels’ friends gather to stuff envelopes for fresh waves of mass mailings. To inspire active participation in the world outside through award-winning coverage of the sports, people, places, adventure, discoveries, health and fitness, gear and apparel, trends and events that make up an active lifestyle. “I really wanted to show my support for Amy. The investigators turn stone-faced, but Bechtel is free to go. The search is out of the woods, onto the computer screen. A large photograph of Amy in kindergarten, part of the hallway display that Jo Anne calls her "rogues' gallery," shows a canny, appraising child of five, looking out from under a shock of white-blond hair. Shocked, crestfallen, Bechtel looks over to Dave King, the sheriff’s investigator who’s been working with him since the night Amy disappeared. “Amy is trusting, she is intelligent. At 6:45 a friend stops by to see if Bechtel wants to join a bunch of friends for pizza. 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