Angela Ewert was 21 when she left her fiancé’s house in southwest Fort Worth around 11 p.m. on Dec. 10, 1984. She stopped for gas at a convenience store not far from his house before getting on the highway and heading eastward. Several miles down the road, she pulled over with a flat. It appeared that someone had stabbed her tire. Her parents found her car early the next morning on the side of the highway. The doors were locked, and the flat tire had been changed. Angie and her purse were missing. About two months later, her purse was found floating in a collector pond in southwest Fort Worth, not far from where Cindy Heller’s car was found. But Angie’s body wasn’t found until nearly 10 years later. She had been wrapped in a crocheted blanket and left in a field in far south Tarrant County. Angie’s remains were too decomposed to determine how she was killed.
Clockwise, from top left: 1. Undated photo of Angela Ewert2. 1984 photo of the 7-11 where Angie bought gas the night she disappeared3. 1984 photo of Angie's car with the spare tire on the front passenger side4. Map showing where Angie and three other victims were last seen alive in relation to Curtis Don Brown’s apartment