30 years after Kristina Rhodes vanished, daughter searches for answers
More than 30 years after her birth mother vanished, Alannah Hatt is hoping to finally get some answers.
The Georgian Bluffs woman was only about two months old when her mother, Kristina Rhodes, went missing on Oct. 18, 1991. Rhodes was about 18 years old when she disappeared. It is believed she went missing while hitchhiking from Southampton to Hanover.
So in the fall of 2018, Hatt contacted Please Bring Me Home, the non-profit organization that looks into cold cases, via their Facebook page. Since that time they have been digging up what they can find on Rhodes, while a private citizen has now offered up to $10,000 for any information that can lead to her whereabouts.
“It sucks not knowing where somebody is, not knowing if they are alive or something has happened to them,” Hatt said on Thursday. “I just wish I had more answers and pictures to know what she was like. Nobody remembers her.”
Hatt was in her mid 20s when she first met her birth father. It was he who provided her with the name of her birth mother, which she then provided to Please Bring Me Home.
The organization has been looking into other local high-profile missing person cases, including those of Lisa Maas of Annan, Lois Hanna of Kincardine, Neil McDougall of Durham, Joe Moore of Kincardine, Shawn and Leslie Jones of Cape Croker and more.
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