I lived in Lititz, PA when Heist ‘’disappeared’’. The community, largely, believed that her husband had something to do with her ‘’disappearance’’. As did the police.
Heist, the husband, went through Hell, being the main ‘’suspect’’. That she would turn up today is a shock to many in this area.
Heist, the husband, went through Hell, being the main suspect. That she would turn up today is a shock to many in this area.
I work a few miles to the west of Lititz but only moved to PA a few years ago so I didnt know anything about her disappearance when it happened. I cant imagine what this family is going through or what they went through when she disappeared especially when the husband was suspected in her disappearance. Its really no wonder why her daughter is angry.
What she did to her family makes no sense. The divorce was supposedly amicable, she had a job and a place to live even though another article says she had been turned down for housing assistance, whatever that means, it wasnt as if she was homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless. So after dropping her children off at school, she abandoned her car, her job, her family and took up with a group of strangers, homeless people hitchhiking to FL to live all these years as a homeless person because she was stressed over the divorce and was struggling financially. Yea, that life must have so much more comfortable and less stressful /s. Even if she is mentally ill, which she must be to some extent, or was drug or alcohol addicted before she walked off, what an incredibly selfish thing to do.
Not only what the family went through but also all the resources, money and time spent by the Lititz and PA State Police, even I presume the FBI looking for her when she went missing and it was presumed she had been abducted or murdered. Then there is the question of what happens to the life insurance that was paid to her husband after she was declared dead and what happens to his new marriage.
Every town, even small quaint towns like Lititz has some sort of seamy underside, but Lititz most likely less than most. I love going to Lititz and shopping on their quaint main street, went last year to the craft festival in the park. I dont know what your experience was when you lived there, but it seems a very nice place to live, rather upscale.