The hope proves short-lived. A runner begins her afternoon workout and vanishes without a trace. More thoughts on the relationship between climbing and power. In June 2003, a Timex Iron Man digital watch was discovered by a doctor hiking near the Popo Agie River and was turned in to police. The more time goes by, the better he gets to know her, the less likely he is to kill her.”. These volunteers can read topographical maps and rappel into canyons and walk the bush for 12 consecutive hours. “I know people will look at the odds against her being alive, look at the complete lack of clues, and say it’s impossible that she’ll ever come back. No pets. He summarizes, he confirms, he returns calls, he expresses his frustration at being literally clueless. The interview seems to conclude, but Bechtel is not excused. Two months after she disappeared, the Amy Bechtel Hill Climb took place. I’m going to have to get a job that pays more so I can keep going to school.”. They walked, four abreast, the length of the Loop. The Loop Road is essentially a horseshoe tipped on its ends. This isn’t like her. 5.6K likes. No reason for alarm. They called and called Amy's name, were answered with wind through the trees. They had been a long time on the mountain. Still several more hours of light left, but it’s beginning to feel late—the deepening shadows, that quickening of the air—and with the lateness comes an irresistible urge to run. Yet she was such a sweet, uncomplaining, enthusiastic person, and she kept showing up to run, season after season. Laughter. At 10:30 he calls the sheriff to report Amy missing. The swing of the lights, a deer’s eyes reflected. No note. It is as if the Shoshone/Northern Arapahoe reservation occupies another country and another time, and the drama of Amy Bechtel plays faintly, far, far away. With every passing year the likelihood of finding useful information decreases.” In the August 2016 issue of Runner’s World, writer Jon Billman, who lived in Wyoming in 1997, describes what’s happened in the 19 years since the runner went missing in “Long Gone Girl.” –Nick Weldo, This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. Not in a place like Lander. Jo Anne Wroe's face is pulled long. A half-hour later, while Irvine was at the desk talking to a prospective member, Amy popped into the center again, sneaking across the lobby to pick up a bagful of cans and bottles for the recycling center. Nels pointed out, as an example of Steve's obsessive jealousy, that Steve had refused to accompany Amy to Nels and Teresa's wedding because of the likely presence of a possible former boyfriend of Amy's. In a case whose every aspect is cloaked in the most confounding mystery, there is the single bedrock fact that Amy was—is—a runner. “Amy is trusting, she is intelligent. The search shifts into a second phase. Waitressing in Fort Myers, Florida. “As much as Eaton makes an attractive suspect, I don’t think we’re ever going to learn anything from him,” he wrote in an email to Runner’s World. But it’s also day four when Todd Skinner, scouring a remote canyon, comes upon footprints in a cave by a creek. At this point, everything about Amy Wroe Bechtel—her movements, her well-being, her very existence—becomes subject to speculation. But the Toyota affords a curious scarcity of clues. After college, she continued to compete in both regional and national competitions. Thundershowers were forecast for the afternoon, but the morning sky was cloudless. “We know you were responsible for your wife’s disappearance. Stuffs her into the trunk, and he’s out of the county and dumps her inside of an hour…”. Skinner and Whisler leave to search the Loop Road. By now, Steve and his friends have learned to discriminate between the promising and the ludicrous. It emerges that when Amy lived in Laramie, she was dogged by a stalker of sorts, a middle-aged man who harassed her as she waitressed at a campus coffeehouse. Haertle provided police with a clear description of Hansen’s killer and he would also later pick out Carpenter in a police line up. By now it’s nearly 5 o’clock. But Makeshine said that he doesn't know the status of those investigations, because "they didn't keep us posted.". The original 800 number on the missing posters—all 120,000 of them—turned out to be invalid when dialed from out-of-state. Coffee-shop waitresses ponder Amy’s picture, taped above the cash register. We were back exactly where we started.”. "You wouldn't want to quit and then find out later you only had inches to go..." Kipling's "If" is taped to a cupboard door. Regrouped. They were the kind of couple people felt good around. Frail clues. No Amy. More water emerges than has disappeared. She jumps back into the car, turns left off Lucky Lane and follows the highway through downtown Lander. The next best thing,” he continues, his voice rock-steady, “would be if she were being held captive. Whisler types up a list of leads while Skinner tries to track down a witness, a local man who reportedly saw Amy Bechtel running on the day she disappeared. The next fall, Amy burst all the way out of her chrysalis. Nels said that Steve denied the journals' currency, that Steve said they were written in high school. His demeanor has taken on the alert exhaustion of an air traffic controller. There’s evidence of a campfire. The climbers’ eyes kindle and narrow. Over the espresso counter at the Sweetwater Grill, along the deli line at the Breadboard sub shop. 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. But Bechtel says he has nothing to hide. She parks here, pointing the front of the Toyota uphill. $10,000 REWARD. Bechtel is rumored to be withholding information from authorities. Its lead story: Police Chief Dick Currah was pressing the city council to crack down on street parties. Bechtel leaves Dubois about 3:30 and arrives back at Lucky Lane around 4:30. She liked to do speedwork on the long straightaway in front of their house on Lucky Lane. Sam Lightner, the climber whom Steve drove to Dubois to meet on July 24, corroborated Steve's account of his whereabouts that day; still, no third party as yet has provided firm independent corroboration of the two climbers' account. There are no yellow ribbons anywhere on the Wind River Reservation, which begins a few miles north of Lander. There were only a car, some keys, sunglasses, and a to-do list, with four of its 13 items checked off. Maybe Amy has changed her mind for some reason. There’s a Y in the road at the Burnt Gulch cutoff. One thing leads to another." Forget the brochures, forget Jackson Hole. "They've made it look like Steve has something to hide.". A rushed breakfast, a preoccupied scan of the morning paper, a glance toward the mountains to size up the weather. She thinks that people are generally good. Or she is wandering in an amnesiac state but will someday recall her name and her history and reclaim them in triumph after a strange, long time in which she was lost to her searchers and to herself. Meanwhile, a new lead detective, John Zerga from the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office, was recently assigned the case and is re-examining details about the initial investigation’s mismanagement, and the myriad twists and turns in the case over the years. Missing persons awareness & research page. I provide the authority, and I take the blame for bad decisions, but I'm not the expert. Skinner, 39, has led four of the most notable first free ascents of recent years: Half Dome's northwest face, the Salathë Wall of El Capitan, Proboscis in the Yukon, and the Nameless Tower in Pakistan's Karakoram Range. 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. Nels and Teresa didn't attend the hill climb. There was a report of gunfire on the night of July 24 at Louis Lake, eight miles from Burnt Gulch, and a voice yelling, "Come on, you sissy, do it, do it!". 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. “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. 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. There were Tom and Linda, Steve's parents, and Casey and Jenny, Amy's sisters. "This sounds strange, but we hope that she's been abducted," he says. And Tevas. She’s not there, so he starts toward Sinks Canyon, her other regular spot, but halfway there he turns around. Bechtel stammers that he’ll take the polygraph test tomorrow, given a lawyer’s go-ahead. Meanwhile, other leads sputter and die. It is the season of iron silence. She does not age. She should have been found. Please support Outside Online today. (Steve also works as a sales rep for DMM, a climbing hardware company, and for Stone Monkey action wear.). In the weeks since Amy disappeared, his perennial tan has faded, though his face remains preternaturally smooth and unlined. But not all local runners care to participate. They summoned more searchers. 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. Nothing—except Amy's absence and the wallet's absence (she never carried it running)—seemed awry. Thousands of man-hours have been expended on generating publicity and following up on the hundreds of tips that have come in. New leads—most well intentioned, some frivolous, a few bizarre—continue to flow in. She contacted the phone and electric companies. Bechtel arrives home and thinks nothing of Amy’s absence; he’s back a couple of hours earlier than he’d planned. But only for one semester; next fall he’d have to give the scholarship back to a faster woman. How we test gear. 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. In 1996, she ran the Boston Marathon in 3:08:33. Check out our entire suite of free newsletters here. She stopped in at the Camera Connection on Main and asked owner John Strom about several photographs she planned to submit in a competition. The survey, by … “I just know it had to be Amy,” Gibson says. No shred of clothing to suggest she’d fallen and injured herself. At the northwestern edge of Lander, past the Toyota dealership, on a rise above the tidy town, ten identical frame houses face the Wind River Range. Getting lost or injured near Lander is like having your house catch fire next to the fire station. Jim and Wendy Gibson, owners of Lander's Pronghorn Lodge, have told investigators they passed a slender blond woman wearing dark shorts running in the same direction they were traveling on the Loop Road—away from town—late on the afternoon of July 24. Bechtel recalls that Amy was planning to measure the course for the trail race. Amy was named an academic all-American. No, her gear was still in the house. We are not an especially admirable species. Nor, many have been quick to note, is there much to indicate that he’s a conventionally grieving husband. They cram two weeks of searching into five days. That is why we're making this a nationwide search. Steve remarried several years after Amy vanished and still lives in the house they purchased days before her disappearance. Beyond that, there is murder. Amy got the running bug in sixth grade. 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. The request automatically pulls the plug on the interview. But truth be told, that's a transmutation Lander won't have to worry about any time soon. This was merely a lost runner. It is not the gritty, extractive, assault-and-battery West of, say, Rock Springs. The sighting was reported at a little before 5 p.m., the same time that Steve was phoning Ed Sherline from his house in Lander, a 40-minute drive from the campground. Bechtel jumps in his truck and drives out. "You must Get Weak to get strong! "Life is Pain / I want to be insane." The residents, many of them, are young, ardent, competitive rock climbers. They see Amy underneath a fir tree. The photo, shot by Amy Wroe Bechtel, placed third in the action category in a local contest. I'm being held captive in Sinks Canyon. Feverish with excitement, Skinner scrambles 7 hours out of the canyon to report his findings. Here was a one-bedroom apartment for rent: $350 plus utilities. “Steve came in for an interview,” says sheriff’s investigator Roger Rizor. Not far out of Fort Washakie, there is a little cemetery on a hillside where the Shoshone say Sacagawea, the heroic guide and interpreter for the Lewis and Clark expedition, is buried. She left the store. Issues about power and control in that marriage that I’d been concerned about for a long while.”. And she was smoking a cigarette.”. Destination Unknown. They tend to keep their doors unlocked and share equipment, climbing plans, social lives, workplaces. A lost person inevitably sheds some trail of small items—a gum wrapper, a tissue, a comb. Maybe she has amnesia. Yet, in the months since Amy disappeared, Steve Bechtel has spearheaded one of the most exhaustive recovery efforts ever waged on behalf of a missing person. Across the room, Amy Whisler and Todd Skinner, the Bechtels’ next-door neighbors, tend to the chores of recovery. Here in town, however, in the cramped cottage on Lucky Lane, they’re at a loss. He wanders next door to talk to Skinner and Whisler. Had she gone to take some photographs? THE THEORIES SWIRL LIKE AN ICY WIND THROUGH LANDER. “The worst moment was definitely the last day, the day we came down out of the mountains,” Williams acknowledges. Steve, most of his intimates, and his lawyer—Kent Spence, stepbrother of one of Steve's climbing acquaintances and son of that Spence, Gerry—felt quite differently. “I know if it were my husband who disappeared and I was asked to take the polygraph, I wouldn’t hesitate a second. 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." At the end of the spring, she placed seventh in the 3,000 at the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) championships, earning points for her team and a continued half-ride for her senior year. At 8:45, Whisler and Skinner go to the movie in town. Beneath Lander's just-folks exterior is a town that, like most others, has not been able to fence itself off from trouble. By day four, when the weather takes an ominous turn, Williams concludes the same. A search plane buzzed overhead. We think she's still alive, being kept alive, and has left the area. He was born Feb. 14, 1927, in Stoutland, to Cecil Bechtel and Birtie Tolbert Bechtel, who preceded him in death. Steve was dropped from the expedition at base camp because of a severe sinus infection and eye hemorrhages. Two or three dozen psychics have offered their services. Bechtel turns to McCullough, to the mountain of paper. The disappearance of a world-class runner here is a mystery that has divided a family. He has since remarried … The modest Magpie is still the only sit-down coffeehouse in town. "We were stuck at the base of the mountain, walking in place.". Scores of rescuers, fit and mountain-wise, live within a rifle shot of city hall. It’s probably nothing, they think. The handwriting, predictably, was not Amy's. By Lucky Lane standards, these are examples of full-frontal madcappery. “Okay…Okay…You bet…No problem, every detail helps…Keep your eyes open…Thanks again.”, Bechtel hangs up, tosses down the pen, turns to the expectant faces. A terrifying series of break-ins and rapes that began in the fall of 1993 prompted women's self-defense classes. What if she simply slipped out of her life and started another from scratch? It expanded the golf course. Maybe Amy’s eyes flicker as she drives past the campground. A while ago a plane crashed up there, and it took over a year to find it. “Real small,” he repeats softly. Those sickos hole up there in the canyons…”, “Hell, it’s just some punk, some guy breaking into cars in the campgrounds, and he comes on Amy’s car up there at the gulch with her wallet inside. The authorities produced Steve's journals, or portions of them, selectively highlighted (or not—it depends on who's telling the story). Although brew pubs and espresso cafés are gradually easing out the tack shops and cowboy bars, there are still a half-dozen places along Main Street where hunters can get their elk butchered in the fall. She’s got all the time in the world. That's where you could go to relax, to breathe in deep, to listen to your best self. His eyes are light and opaque in a flat, pale face. Despite extensive investigative work and media portrayals, her case remains unsolved as of 2019. I've got about a million things to do, and it's my only day off." We have trackers, air spotters, and what are called cadaver dogs, which supposedly can catch scents even under water. Steve can’t remember, and the thought still haunts him. Who do they think they are?”, “I see Steve driving around town, tapping his fingers on the steering wheel to the music on the radio. Twenty miles to the southwest, a thin new crown of white graces the high granite peaks above Sinks Canyon and the serpentine Loop Road through Shoshone National Forest, where, sometime on the afternoon of last July 24, Amy Wroe Bechtel went on a routine training run, then vanished from the face of the earth. The footprints match the shoes Amy had been wearing. The race’s last mile will be relatively flat, a treat for the runners making it this far. By this time, Steve had called the Fremont County sheriff's office, which sent two deputies to the house, alerted the night shift, and began to organize a search-and-rescue team to head out at daybreak. Bechtel starts writing up the phone call. She is limping. Like as not, they’ll find her by simply driving the area’s main roads. “Now, I wouldn’t take the test under any circumstances. His marriage has been happy and harmonious. A few years before that, prosperity had descended on Lander in the form of a U.S. Steel iron-ore mine. 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. "Them" could be the reporters, or the volunteers in the garage. 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. Amy Joy Wroe Bechtel (disappeared July 24, 1997; declared legally dead 2004) is an American woman who disappeared while jogging in the Wind River Mountains approximately 15 miles south of Lander, Wyoming. Heading northwest, vans and campers trundle toward Jackson Hole and Yellowstone National Park. The town promoted itself as a friend of small business. “I really wanted to show my support for Amy. But by midafternoon, Williams feels less certain about finding Amy than he had that morning. NOLS stayed and prospered. Share. (He recently moved in with his girlfriend down in town.) Ask any friend or family member, any climber or runner or other guest who ever crashed on their floor. Ray Candelaria, Lander Valley High School cross-country coach, said, "Runners, on your marks," and pointed his starter's gun to the sky. But Amy, strangely, has left nothing. The Bechtel case was on the docket of a grand jury, convened in Casper in late November. Go figure. A rutted side road used by firewood cutters heads off into the trees toward Freak Mountain. But if history is any guide, the majority will return on their own or will otherwise be accounted for. Skinner comes back to Lucky Lane. 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