SOLVED: Finding Tammy Goff (Ep. 2) Missing Person Cold Case

In Episode 2 (Day 2) we continue our search for Tammy Goff (missing person) side-by-side with her husband Bob in Great Falls, Montana. With an inflatable boat rigged with underwater sonar, AWP follows every cell phone ping and Sadie (Tammy’s Dog) sighting in hopes of finding Tammy and her truck.

Tammy Goff had been a Missing Person for almost 3-years after leaving early one morning with her best friend Sadie from the home she shared with her husband Bob of 42 years.

This series documents Adventures With Purpose’s 4-day search alongside Tammy’s husband, following the clues her dog Sadie left behind, leading to the discovery of where Tammy and her truck had gone missing in the river these past few years.

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Thank you to Bob for his willingness in sharing Tammy’s story with the hope that his loss can open the door for others to speak openly about Mental Health Awareness and help save the life of another by sharing his family’s struggle and the pain left behind.

Watch the BREAKING NEWS Livestream the evening we found Tammy


Goff was last seen leaving her home in the 2100 block of 7th Avenue in Great Falls, Montana on July 12, 2018. That morning her husband saw her loading their German Shepherd mix, Sadie, into her black four-door 2008 Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck with the Montana license plate number 2-93204A and stickers in the back window and on the back bumper. A photo of the truck is posted with this case summary.

Goff drove south on Wilson Butte Road, and did not return to her residence. Her husband tried to call her an hour and a half after she left, and she didn’t answer. They had inherited her husband’s father’s home and his three pets, and had rehomed his two dogs, but his elderly cat, Mouse, was still living at the residence. Goff’s husband went to his late father’s home to see if Goff was there. He found food and water in Mouse’s dishes, but there was no sign of Goff or Mouse.

Mouse was never seen again and it’s unclear what happened to the cat and whether its disappearance is related to Goff’s disappearance, or even if Goff visited her late father-in-law’s residence that day. About 32 hours after Goff left her home, Sadie was found on Hawk Drive about four miles south of Great Falls. Witnesses reported having seen the dog on both sides of the Missouri River that day. There was no sign of Goff.

Since Goff’s disappearance, her truck has not been located. It’s uncharacteristic of her to leave without warning and she was very close to her family, and authorities believe she may be in danger. Her case remains unsolved.

Bob and Tammy were high school sweethearts and Bob’s love for Tammy never faded as you’ll see in his kind words and desire for nothing more than to find Tammy.

Don’t miss Day 3 as we continue our search with Bob, checking off locations of interest and narrowing our search grid, ultimately finding and recovering Tammy and her truck.

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21 thoughts on “SOLVED: Finding Tammy Goff (Ep. 2) Missing Person Cold Case

  1. I feel the way we die is deemed the day we are born If its suicide then that is meant to be there are NO mistakes in Life or Death I feel as a sensitive that she took both animals to all go out together..The cat didnt get out ..the dog did and kept trying to get help to the lake.

  2. I really love the love & passion bob has for his wife! ❀ I loved hearing his story! He truly loves his wife. Breaks my heart.. hugs bob hugs πŸ€— rest easy Tammy βœοΈπŸ™βœ¨πŸ€

  3. If she was suicidal, it makes complete sense that she put Sadie in the back of the truck instead of inside… So that Sadie would not be stuck in there with her. And it also makes sense how mouse the cat was gone. She probably fed Mouse and took him/her out somewhere… To be free and not locked in a house starving… or since mouse was old and from her parents, she let mouse die with her together. To bring Mouse home with her to mom & dad. 😞 So so sad. After 4 decades, I know he is hurting over the loss of her! I've been with my hubby for 15 years and the idea of ever losing him makes me die inside, like my heart cant handle it… just the idea itself, more less it actually happening. πŸ˜£πŸ’”

  4. Must be really scary going underwater with bodies in the car and if u able to see inside the car and you see the body with your owns eyes your very brave and this episode I heard a beeping you should invent a gadget that beeps wen you come across a car in water will make your life easier and you be able to solve more cold case as we'll

  5. People who want to end their lives dont normally take their pets with them unless there is no-one to take care of them. I doubt she wouldve taken Sadie for a "suicide mission" and cause her harm/distress.
    It feels more like an accident than anything

  6. So many women, that are of the baby boomer generations, got married and had children, and were stay-at-home mothers. Which is just fine. However, if there was nothing else in their lives, like a hobby, or part-time job, so many likely feel that their "identity" is tied to taking care of everyone else, but not as an individual. This, IMO, is a massive reason behind suicides, or abandonment, for these women. It is NOT an issue someone can answer for them. But husband's need to realize that she was a person with her own interests, BEFORE becoming a wife/mother. They need something that belongs to them alone. That is what jobs tend to be for men. Even though they are the "bread" winners, they have an individual identity outside their family life. And women should not have to choose between a career only, or a family only, as a lifestyle. IMO!

  7. Yall have been nothing short of a blessing and angel to these families.
    Also to cases that families and police are seeking answers to that sometimes aren't even the targets your looking for. I've fallen in love with the work that yall do and the determination is just breath taking to witness. To see there's still humanity left in this world we live in now days.. God truly bless you and your whole crew. πŸ™ Just know you have your whole fan base family here for you when things get tough, please keep in mind we are here for you and anything you need. ❀ I love yall!!

  8. I Love your channel. I wish I could be a member I'm just really not financially able to now but I am subscribed and am now getting caught up on all your stories. God Bless you for all you guys do. Prayers for Bob and his family πŸ™ Stay safe in your travels. πŸ’œ

  9. I feel so bad for Bob.
    You can just tell how much he really misses and loves her.

    This one hit home for me because I have a uncle named Bob,

    The dog is the biggest clue. Sadie obviously was trying to tell everyone something wrong.

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