Overview of Nancy Snow
Nancy Snow disappeared after allegedly returning to Annapolis, Maryland on or about November 6, 1980. Nancy was a former talk show host who had recently moved to Annapolis after her divorce. She was a devoted mother of three daughters. Nancy kept in constant communication with her daughters either by written letters or phone calls while she was away from home. Nancy was well-traveled and spoke seven languages. She had flown from St. Louis, Missouri, where she had been temporarily sent by her employers at the Republican National Committee during the Reagan/Bush Campaign, where she was a fundraiser for the campaign to elect McNary for Senator. The evening of November 5th, 1980 she flew to Baltimore Maryland, to attend a private party. She allegedly spent the night there in a motel after the party and had breakfast with the man whose party she had attended. After breakfast, Snow waited with the man in his car until her temporary housesitter picked her up. He arrived driving a car, which one witness remembers to have been a type other than Snow's Turquoise V.W. convertible. The party host claimed that Nancy got out of his car, said good-bye, and got into the car driven by the housesitter. The party host claimed that Nancy told him she and the housesitter were to drive to Connecticut the next day.
By November 8, it is believed that Nancy had met a man, Captain Jay, at a local bar, near her home. Captain Jay had hired Nancy to help sail a boat from Fort Lauderdale, FL ti the Caribbean. Her house-sitter, was one of the last people to see her alive. Police hae been unable to locate Captain Jay or the ketch he was delivering too.
Where the case stands today. Nancy Snow has never seen or heard from again by her family. Her three surviving daughters continue to advocate for their mother. One of her daughters had provided a DNA sample for comparison against unidentified remains, but no matches have been made yet. Nancy's case remains as one of the oldest unsolved and active investigations in Maryland.