Missing Patricia Ann LeBlanc new case information posted as of May 15th 2020

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Missing Patricia Ann LeBlanc

Left: Patricia, approximate date 1983
Right: Age-progression to 41 (approximate date 2009)

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: August 12, 1983 from Seattle, Washington

Type: Non-Family Abduction

Date of Birth: January 7, 1968 Age at disappearance: 15 years old

Weight and Height: 5'3, 136 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown hair, blue eyes. Patricia's nickname is Patti. She may spell her last name "LaBlanc." She has a double set of bottom teeth. Clothing/Jewelry Description: A pink sweater and blue jeans.

Medical Conditions: Patricia has an unspecified condition that may endanger her welfare.

Details of disappearance and psychic work by Brian Ladd (login to view entire case as of May 2020)


Patricia may have been a victim of the Green River serial killer. She was added to the official victim list in 1983. Other possible victims of the murderer may include
Gary Allen Ridgway was charged with aggravated murder in four of the deaths linked to the Green River killer(s) in December 2001. Photos of Ridgway are posted below this case summary. He had been one of the suspects in the case since 1984. Authorities questioned him that year after witnesses placed him with two of the victims and his pickup truck was identified as being at the scene of the victims' last known locations.
Ridgway's home was searched in 1987 and he provided a saliva sample at that time. DNA testing was performed on the saliva in 2001 and matched three of the victims: Opal Mills, Marcia Chapman and Cynthia Hinds. The women's bodies had been discovered in the Green River near Seattle in August 1982. Ridgway was allegedly connected to the fourth victim, Carol Christensen, through circumstantial evidence.
Ridgway was arrested twice for soliciting prostitution; once in 1982 and again in October 2001. Many of the Green River victims were runaways or prostitutes. A 1980 charge against Ridgway was dropped when a prostitute claimed he choked her. Ridgway told authorities that he attacked her in self-defense, as she was allegedly biting him. One of his former wives came forward after his 2001 arrest and claimed that Ridgway preferred to have sexual relations outdoors. She also said that he often employed a chokehold while engaged in sexual activity. A prostitute who stated Ridgway paid her for sex in the early 1980s supported the story, stating that he attempted to choke her during intercourse.
Ridgway's residence and his parents' home were searched after his 2001 arrest. Authorities discovered an envelope containing bone fragments, tufts of human hair, numerous blood stains, boxes of latex gloves, costume jewelry and several wigs. Many of the assumed Green River victims were missing jewelry and/or wigs at the time their remains were discovered. Ridgway is married and his neighbors considered him to be a family-oriented individual. Profilers have said that he does not fit the mold of most accused serial killers, as he did not seek attention for his crimes.

Foul play is suspected in Patricia's disappearance due to the circumstances involved.

Left: Ridgway's 1982 mugshot; Right: Ridgway's 2001 mugshot

King County Sheriff's Office