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Missing Patti Lou Volansky
Volansky, circa 1985; Volansky's tattoos; Volansky's necklace; John Crutchley
Missing Since 03/15/1985
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 03/13/1956 (65)
Age 29 years old
Height and Weight 5'2, 155 - 165 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description Possibly gray cowboy boots and a beaded necklace. A photo of the necklace is posted with this case summary.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair, brown eyes. Volansky's ears are pierced. She has a tattoo on the outside of her right forearm of a human skull with horns dripping blood, and a tattoo on the outside of her left forearm of a goat's skull with a dagger stuck in it. Photos of the tattoos are posted with this case summary. Volansky's maiden name is name Pratt, and many agencies spell her last name "Volanski." Her nickname is Pat.
Details of Disappearance Volansky was last seen by her roommate between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. on March 15, 1985. She had been drinking that day, and asked her roommate to drive her to the grocery store. When her roommate refused, Volansky decided to hitchhike, and and left their Mims, Florida residence on foot. She has never been heard from again.
John Brennan Crutchley, the so-called Vampire Rapist, is also considered a suspect in Volansky's case. He was sentenced to life in prison in 1986 for kidnapping and raping a woman in Orlando, Florida. He drained half her blood and drank it. Volansky's photo identification card was found at his work office, and he admitted he'd picked her up hitchhiking about six months before his November 1985 arrest.
According to Crutchley, he was high on marijuana that day, and after Volansky began talking about motorcycle gangs and making "obnoxious" demands for alcohol and drugs, he ordered her out of his car. He found her wallet and identification on the seat of his car the next day, took them to his office, and later threw away the wallet and wrapped the card in a plastic bag.
Volansky's disappearance remains unsolved. Foul play is suspected in her case.
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