at the Puerta Villa apartments near Sea-Tac Airport called the 5'2",
100 LB mother of three children, ages 11, 9 and 3, "Tiny."
She also went by Marcia Faye Bradford, Belinda Jean Chapman and
described her as cheerful, outgoing and someone who could take care
a nice girl," neighbor Don Moore told The Seattle Times in 1982.
"She would speak to you, stand and talk to you. If she was a prostitute,
she was a helluva nice kid."
2, 1982, Chapman's mother reported her missing. "Marcia told kids
she was going to store," her mother said in a missing-person report.
"Never returned. Never has done anything like this. Good mother."
arrested for prostitution in the South King County area 2 months
before she was missing. She worked as a prostitute on Pacific Highway
South, usually starting out at 5 p.m. She
wore blue jeans, a T-shirt and a cap.
refused to work for a pimp. "Why should I give the money to a man?"
Chapman asked a neighbor. "I need it for my kids, not for some man."
were found August 15, 1982.
Copyright Kari Sable 1994-2006