Missing Mary Jacqueline Levitz new case information posted as of May 15th 2020

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Missing Mary Jacqueline Levitz

Mary, approximate date 1995

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: November 18, 1995 from Vicksburg, Mississippi

Type: Endangered Missing

Date of Birth: February 11, 1933 Age at disappearance: 62 years old

Weight and Height: 5'6, 125 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Graying blonde hair, hazel eyes. Mary is addressed by her middle name, Jacqueline, and many accounts refer to her by that name. She may go by the nickname Jacquie.

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


Jacqueline was last seen on November 18, 1995, by a store clerk at a business in Vicksburg, Mississippi. She bought wallpaper for her new house, then left the store and has never been heard from again. Two days later, on November 20, her disappearance was discovered when a relative went to her home to find out why she hadn't been answering the phone.
Jacqueline's front door was found open. Her bedroom carpet and mattress were soaked in a blood; someone had turned the mattress over to conceal the stains. The blood was Jacqueline's type. Signs of a fierce struggle, including torn-off fingernails, were scattered on the floor. Some valuable fur coats were left behind in Jacqueline's closet, a pair of diamond earrings was undisturbed on the windowsill, and more jewelry was in a safe. A glass with some water in it was found on the windowsill near the earrings. Jacqueline's loved ones say it would be uncharacteristic of her to leave the glass sitting out. Only Jacqueline's purse and makeup bag were missing from her home; her cream-colored Jaguar was parked in the driveway.
Jacqueline has been married three times; her last marriage was to Ralph Levitz, co-founder of the Levitz Furniture empire. Ralph died in March 1995 and Jacqueline inherited his estate, its worth is estimated between five and fifteen million dollars. She had resided in Palm Beach, Florida but moved to Vicksburg five weeks before she disappeared to be nearer to her family. Jacqueline's house in Vicksburg was undergoing extensive remodeling in November 1995, but she was still living in it. There was almost no furniture in the house, only her mattress, some plastic lawn chairs, and a refrigerator.
Jacqueline's loved ones and the police believe she met with foul play. Her lawyer speculates that she was the victim of a botched kidnapping, probably at the hands of someone from outside the Vicksburg area. Police believe her body may have been disposed of in the Mississippi River, which runs near Jacqueline's home. There is speculation that her case may be related to the disappearance of
Jacqueline was born in Louisiana. She was declared dead in 2000, but her presumed murderer(s) remain uncaught.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Mississippi Office
Warren County Sheriff's Office