DiscoverCrime Junkie62: MISSING: Asha Degree
62: MISSING: Asha Degree

62: MISSING: Asha Degree

Update: 2019-01-0747


In February of 2000, a 9-year-old girl named Asha Degree packed her book bag and tucked it away, waiting for the right time to sneak out of her North Carolina home. To this day, no one knows why she left, or why she was walking along Highway 18 alone around 4 in the morning. And the case would only get more confusing as her belongings start to pop up along that same highway, spaced out over 26 miles, and 18 months.

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Comments (5)

Bekah Renee Anderson

do you think she was sleep walking when she first left?

Feb 14th

Christina Freshour

Bekah Renee Anderson My son sleep walks occasionally(he's 8), and he thinks subconsiously he knows what he's doing, but really he has no idea. I found him standing between the shower curtain and the bathtub.I waited a few minutes and he didn't move, so I asked him what he was doing, he didn't answer, I grabbed him by the hand and led him to the hallway toward his room. He walked to his room and climbed up to the top bunk with no problems. My point is, while technically operational while sleep walking, I do not think Asha would have brought a bag with her. Maybe wandered off, but I also don't think she would have gotten very far on her own if she was not awake.

Feb 23rd

Tonya Werner

Am I the only person freaking out that all these people see this little girl walking along a highway alone in the rain and did nothing???? Grrrrrrr!!!!!

Jan 14th

Edilia Terriquez

Tonya Werner no youre not. i was so frustrated because of that while listening to this ­čśô

Mar 6th


You guys should look into the largest unsolved mass murder in Canadian history. The bombing of Canadian Pacific flight 21 in the 1960s. 4 suspects, all with compelling evidence against and for each of them. It's a wierd case, but it's really interesting and was never covered well by the media.

Jan 8th
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62: MISSING: Asha Degree

62: MISSING: Asha Degree

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