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Body Found In Ravine Believed To Be Missing Actress Misty Upham

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This is so sad.

A body found in a ravine in the Seattle area is believed to be that of Misty Upham who had reported missing by her family on October 6th, according to Auburn police.

The August: Osage County actress had recently moved into the area to help care for her father who is recovering from a stroke.

Prior to her going missing, Misty's family worried that she was suicidal.

A search party, which included a family member, had been searching the forest in the Muckleshoot reservation where she was staying with a relative, when they found a body in a ravine.

The body has not been officially identified.

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4 comments to “Body Found In Ravine Believed To Be Missing Actress Misty Upham”

  1. Doo Wop says – reply to this


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    Sad for her and her family. Osage County was perhaps the worst movie I ever saw. Just a terrible ploy with overacting and a depressing story line.



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    Sad for her, but have to say it sounds kind of selfish to me (and I have lived through the suicide of a cousin). She went to care for her father who had a stroke. Then she killed herself (her body was identified by her uncle). Did she not even consider that her act might have led to another stroke for her father?



  3. 3

    May she RIP! Pretty good actress. Prayers to her family.

  4. kat says – reply to this


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    Sad, but as I passed all my teenage years to attempt several suicides without never found the courage to do so. I'll pass my turn before even thinking of passing a judgent on it!

    and.. Yes Jesus, you were right: This world is indeed a valley of tears!
    But the real problem is not this planet, it is those who live on it and make it a place of torment.