Presbyterian College student Heather Brooke Isbell Missing in Clinton, SC Since November 9, 2009


Coed Missing in South Carolina … 20 year old Presbyterian College student Heather Brooke Isbell has been missing since Heather Brooke Isbell1November 9, 2009 in Clinton, SC.  Heather Isbell was last seen around 5 PM on the Presbyterian College campus by a fellow student. According to police reports, Isbell failed to show for a tennis team picture and she has not been able to be reached on her cell phone. Description:

  • 20 year old white female
  • height: 5 feet 7 inches
  • weight: 130 pounds
  • brown hair and brown eyes.

Heather Brooke Isbell was last seen driving a silver Toyota Tacome with license tag EYM260 by a fellow student. At this point police do not suspect foul play; however, according to sources it is considered out of character for Heather to just disappear. Please note that a friend to Scared Monkeys are friends with Heather’s family. Please help find Heather. Put the word out. We all pray for Heather Isbell’s safe return.

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If any one has any information regarding there whereabouts of Heather Brooke Isbell, please call Clinton Public Safety at (864) 833-7512. If you can help investigators find her, you are asked to call CrimeStoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC or text a tip to “CRIMES” beginning with the term “TIPSC.”

UPDATE I: Missing Presbyterian College student contacts mom

The Public Safety Director tells us Isbell did make contact with her mother Wednesday morning and said she would be on her way home.

Police say she is not in South Carolina and now they are treating her as a missing person.

Police say Isbell told her mother she would be home this afternoon.

For more updates and details go to Missing Or to provide opinion and get updates go to Scared Missing Persons Forum, Heather Brooke Isbell.


Posted November 11, 2009 by
Missing Persons | 8 comments

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    8 Responses to “Presbyterian College student Heather Brooke Isbell Missing in Clinton, SC Since November 9, 2009”

    1. NewGirlBoston on November 11th, 2009 11:13 am

      Dear Lord, Why are the beautiful, young Americans & so many of our precious babies & children continually the most preyed upon? Black, White, Spanish, Asian, Blue, Purple& Pink Polka-Dotted…it doesn’t matter the skin color!….It’s so disheartening to read more & more news everyday about abuctions, kidnappings, murders, rape of minors/incest, human trafficking, etc, etc. The more we educate ourselves as parents & adults- the more frightened we should become! Truly scary if you really think about it!!!

      Guess sometimes you just have to unplug from it all for awhile,(??),,,such a serious challenge in these serious times. It’s not even shocking anymore. It’s not that these types of crimes haven’t been being committed continually over the history of mankind, either–this we know is true. With current New Age Technology humming right along 21st Century-style,,, i.e., the MSM headlining these stories over the airwaves 24/7 – (guess one good thing is)- there have been some major improvements to the overall “general public” informational exchange. More public knowledge/safety alerts (Homeland Security Advisory System)-Registered Sex Offender Database-et.c etc. — various legislation passed into Federal/State Law which advocate for the rights & stronger protection of Children & Minors,,,(too many new laws over the past 10-15 yrs. to count ~dedicated in the names of so many of our Nation’s children who have left us so tragically & departed this earth not only cruelly but waaay before their time.)

      (((Sighhhhh))))) Apologies to readers here in advance for the melodramatic posting. Absolutely breaks a Mother’s heart to the point where we have been known to shed a tear or two for children who are complete strangers lost to the demons & vermin of our society.

      The only solace any decent human being can collectively derive from these tragedies of other human suffering is the comfort of knowing our babies & children rest now peacefully in the arms of God.




      TIM MILLER of TES & ALL OTHER VOLUNTEERS–BLESS YOU/THANK YOU FOR THE WORK YOU DO. You are definetly some of the many unsung and “other” true heroes of this Nation, too whether you know it or not.


    2. nikkibnurse on November 11th, 2009 12:06 pm

      Hey everyone..Red, thanks for posting this… UPDATE..They have found Heather! I just got the call not long ago, and she is alive and safe..No details at this point, but she is alive and she is ok….. Thanks so much!

    3. A Texas Grandfather on November 11th, 2009 4:16 pm

      Thank GOD that this child has been found and appears to be all right. No details, so we don’t know the reason for the disapperence.
      I sometimes think that all young women between the ages of fourteen and twenty-five need to be fitted with a non-removable GPS device that has an alarm function when they get themselves in trouble.
      If they only knew the anguish they cause their family when they cannot be accounted for, maybe they would be more careful.
      Our society has liberated women in almost every way. However, they have not learned how to be carefull and take steps to prevent getting themselves into dangerous situations. Communicating with their family and good friends on a regular basis, in an honest manner, should be step number one.

    4. NM on November 11th, 2009 5:05 pm

      Nikkib, Thank you for the good news. I could get used to that kind of outcome.

    5. Michelle Smith on November 12th, 2009 4:21 pm

      Thank God that she was found safe. It is frightening when someone goes missing as we all know it doesn’t always turn out well for the families of those missing. We need to always be aware of our surroundings and please let someone know where you are at all times. This could have been another tragic case but thankfully it wasn’t.


      I know what your saying. I too am a mother, I have a 14 year old daughter and I don’t want to let her out of my sight for a second. There are too many predators out there just waiting for the opportunity to snatch the innocent and vulnerable. I have shed many a tear over these missing & exploited children. It just breaks my heart when I hear of another child victimized by the monsters walking amongst us. These freaks should never see the light of day and yet they are constantly being released into society to prey on others and it just makes me sick.

    6. NewGirlBoston on November 13th, 2009 12:55 am

      OH, Happy Day =)

      #5- Michelle—-It’s a fear we as parents all live with everyday. Dad’s feel it too- they just are better at internalizing their fears and emotions than some of us Moms are. It touches them, too and I know our Husbands must lose some sleep over it as well.

      Do you frequent Blink on Crimes’ Website, too? Good stuff in there. I admire Mrs. Blink so much–she’s the bomb!

    7. justaWebWatcher on November 18th, 2009 2:24 pm

      I am confused, The site said she called and was safe but then in the same line it said”,The Public Safety Director tells us Isbell did make contact with her mother Wednesday morning and said she would be on her way home.

      Police say she is not in South Carolina and now they are treating her as a missing person.

      Police say Isbell told her mother she would be home this afternoon.

      Is she home or not? If she is then why are they treating her as a missing person?

    8. PCalumniMorgan on December 13th, 2009 8:34 am

      I’m SO glad they found this girl…however, what is with the old Texas grandfather saying all women should be fitted with a gps device? Since when was doing stupid things to get one’s self into trouble strictly for women? That comment was just disturbing to me…and I’m NOT a feminist what-so-ever, I just dislike ignorance! That is how absurd his comment was…

      A lot of people go missing because of other people’s ill intentions…not their own stupidity…goodness

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