Missing: Amy Billig
On January 9, 1957, a beautiful brown eyed baby girl was born to Ned and Susan Billig. They named her Amy, and she grew up to be an amazing flutist, poet, guitar player and overall musician. Perhaps most importantly, though, would be the fact that she grew up to be an amazing person. She had a wonderful connection with the earth, and only saw the good in people. She was also an aspiring actress.
On March 5, 1974 everything changed. Amy called her father when she came home from school to ask if she could borrow money so she could meet up with her friends later that day. He agreed, and Amy left to go to her father's art gallery.
Amy was last seen hitchhiking along Main Highway in her hometown Coconut Grove, Florida. She never arrived at her father's office, and her friends never saw her that night either. Amy has not been seen since.
Amy's camera was found at the Wildwood's exit on Florida's Turnpike shortly after Amy vanished. A man who heard she was missing turned it in. Most of the photos on it were over exposed. It is unknown if the camera disappeared before Amy did.
Many tips led Susan and investigators on a wild goose chase across the country. Many tipsters maintained that Amy was abducted by bikers when they rode through town on Biker's Day. It's believe she was with the motorcycle gangs The Pagans or The Outlaws. If so, she could be going under aliases such as Mute, Sunshine, Little Bits and/or Mellow Cheryl.
Susan Billig searched endlessly for 31 years trying to find her daughter until her death on June 7, 2005.
Today, the search for Amy is still carried on by both investigators and family. Amy's disappearance is classified as a non-family abduction. If you have any information at all, no matter how big or small you think it may be, please call the Miami Police Department at 305-579-6530 or report tips to www.missingkids.com. You can remain anonymous.