Donald Messier was reported missing by family members on October 18, 2006, after he was last seen in the early morning hours of October 15, 2006, at a party in Waitsfield, VT.
Donnie did not show up to work on that following Monday or make any contact with friends or family since that day in October. (Missing Person)
This documentary brings you alongside Adventures With Purpose’s cold case investigation search, following clues as to Donnie’s last known location and his truck 15-years earlier.
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Family reported that Donnie was depressed and possibly suicidal.
The evening before Donnie went missing, he went to a friend’s house to watch a NASCAR race before making his way to a party in the town of Waitsfield.
At around 2 a.m. on October 15, 2006, Messier was last seen driving away from the party in his distinctive red Ford F150, decorated with NASCAR numbers displayed in the rear window.
Police reports from the time indicated Messier wasn’t intoxicated.
“Some say he was in good spirits, some say he was a little bit down,”
Det. Trooper Isaac Merriam said. “We do know there is nothing abnormal about the party based on witness statements. No arguments ensued that we were made aware of that night.”
Gone but not forgotten: Donald Messier’s 2006 disappearance remains a mystery
By Lisa Scagliotti – Oct 24 2021
In this article, Lisa goes into greater detail about Donnie’s disappearance and AWP’s time in the area searching for Donnie.
In the midst of a divorce, Messier was in treatment for depression, according to his family members. One scenario that investigators floated was that he might have decided to take his own life and perhaps chose a remote spot – even a body of water such as the Waterbury Reservoir
Our search did not uncover any evidence of Donnie or his vehicle in the Waterbury Reservoir.
To date, neither Donald nor his vehicle has been located.
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