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Murdered Georgia woman Debbie Collier posted a series of selfies after she said she “planted her face” on a sidewalk in December 2020. Missing in her mysterious circumstances, long before she was found dead in the woods 60 miles from her home in Athens.
“Look what I did to myself when I was planted on the concrete sidewalk,” reads the Facebook caption. “Right eye without eye makeup.”
Collier’s Facebook account appears to be a joint account of her and her husband named “Debbie Steve Collier.”
The images show abrasions and bruises around Collier’s right eye and forehead.
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A spokesperson for Athens Clark County Police told Fox News Digital that there was no record of any domestic calls made to Collier, her husband, or their addresses.
Dr. Emma Liu, a former forensic pathologist in Florida, said the root cause of the injury could only be identified in general terms, but “would be consistent with a fall.”
The damage was caused by “something hard and relatively flat that is at least part of the object that came into contact with her.”
Haversham County lawmakers launched a murder investigation earlier this month after Collier’s body, found naked and partially burned, was dumped on an embankment 400 meters from the rental car. The 59-year-old real estate office manager was holding onto a tree and had “charred marks” on his abdomen, according to police documents.
On Wednesday night, investigators said there was no evidence to suspect her death was related to a kidnapping or suicide. but did not reply immediately.
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Collier went missing on September 10th. She sent her $2,385 to her daughter via the Venmo app, and she went missing after sending a cryptic message that read, “There’s a house key in a blue flowerpot by the door.” . Her daughter and her husband reported her missing that afternoon.
When I checked my daughter’s Venmo account, I saw multiple transfers from Steve Collier starting in early August. It looks like Debbie and Steve Collier share an account.
The first payment, dated August 2nd, contained a note that read, “To: Amanda Bearden From: Debbie Collier.”
Daughter Amanda Bearden told police she was “terrified” of the final message with the $2,385 payment and that it was “unusual” for her mother to leave without telling anyone.She and Steve Collier I called the police and filed a missing persons report.
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Investigators used a SiriusXM radio in Collier’s rental car to track her to a freeway in Clarksville, Georgia, 60 miles away, where Herbersham County K-9 units found her body. It was near the place. According to her missing persons report, Collier was using her rented Chrysler Pacifica because her own car was at her shop.
Anyone with information about the Collier case is asked to contact Herbersham Sheriff Investigators Cale Garrison or George Kayson at 706-839-0559 or 706-839-0560 respectively.