Overview of Kathleen Henson
Kathleen Henson and her infant son Royce disappeared on March 23rd, 1979.
Kathleen was a beloved mother who worked at a local record store. She loved music and concerts, and when the opportunity came up for her to share some tickets with her friends, she offered to deliver them to their residence. On the evening of the 23rd, Kathleen and Royce left her place of work, Roger's Records, en route to drop off some concert tickets.
After she left work, she and Royce seemingly vanished into thin air.
After being reported missing, her car was recovered at an intersection. It contained her purse, a baby bottle, and her ID and credit cards. The car had been locked, and there were no signs of a struggle in the car or in the surrounding area. Her home was also free of any helpful clues. The case has been cold since March 25, 1979.
If you have any information on this case, please call the Tulsa Police Department's tip line at (918) 596-9122.