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Eryn Beth McClary






Missing person located July 2020
Missing person located July 2020
Missing person located July 2020

McClary, approximate photo date 1995 The clothes McClary was wearing the night of her disappearance


Missing since: 08/04/1995

Missing location: Eugene, Oregon

Type of missing case: Endangered Missing

Gender: Female

Ethnic group: White

Date of Birth: 03/10/1957 (63)

Age at time of disappearance: 38 years old

Height / Weight: 5'5, 110 pounds

Description, clothing, tattoos, other identifying markings: A leopard-print body suit and black knee-length overalls. A photograph of McClary's clothes is posted with this case summary.
Medical Conditions McClary was addicted to heroin at the time of her disappearance.

Other characteristics: Caucasian female. Red hair, hazel eyes.

Details at time of disappearance: McClary was last seen at approximately 8:45 p.m. on August 4, 1995. Her nephew had seen her hitchhiking, picked her up, and droppedĀ her off near the Jesco Club at west 3rd Avenue and Blair Street in the Whiteaker neighborhood of Eugene, Oregon.
She said she planned to attend a recovering meeting at the Jesco Club, but she never arrived there. She was supposed to meet her friends later that evening and did not, and also missed a formal appointment the next day. She has never been heard from again.
McClary was a prostitute in 1995, well-known and well-liked in the Whiteaker neighborhood. She had gotten involved with drugs in high school, got clean for a time, and began using again in the early 1980s. She had a pet cocker spaniel whom she took almost everywhere with her, whether she was living on the streets or with friends or in motels. She would send the dog to stay with relatives if she had to be in jail, rehab or somewhere else that didn't allow dogs.
She had a warrant out for her arrest at the time of her disappearance, but she had no history of running from the law, and she planned to enter a drug treatment program. Her family does not believe she accidentally overdosed or left of her own accord.
McClary had told her sister that she had a date with a man on the night of her disappearance. She was nervous because her date was young. This man has never been identified and is considered a person of interest in her disappearance.
McClary's disappearance is considered very suspicious and foul play is suspected in her case. It remains unsolved.


Other case information


Agency in charge: Eugene Police Department
541-682-5175
541-682-8888
Other information: The Doe Network
Eugene Police Department
NamUs
Eugene Weekly
Psychic detective links: https://briansprediction.com/missing/



Revised: October 12, 2004. Last updated February 8, 2019 medical conditions and details of disappearance updated.