Friends search for LA woman who went to convention and never returned
25th May 2021

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A 39-year-old Los Angeles woman went to Ohio for a conference last month but never came home.

Lindy Kidd was last seen on April 23 and has medical conditions that require her to take anti-seizure medication daily, the Licking County Sheriff’s Office in Ohio said in a Facebook post.

“We’re just really worried about her,” ex-boyfriend and roommate Paulo Reyes told Dateline. “We want to make sure she’s OK.”

Kidd, who goes by “Indy,” went to St. Louisville for “Expelling the Darkness Training,” a spiritual and ritual abuse conference, Dateline reported.

“She needs her medication,” Reyes said. “I’m just afraid of what has happened to her without it.”

Reyes told the program that Kidd left a Doubletree Hotel in Newark for the event, then disappeared.

It seemed Kidd got to the conference because she used her credit card to pay her way in – but it hasn’t been used since, Reyes said.

Kidd is described in a missing person’s flyer on the sheriff’s office page as 5 foot 1 inch tall, with short auburn hair and blue eyes with several tattoos including a large “cherry blossom” on her back and down her arm.

Those with information are asked to call the sheriff’s office at 740-670-5555.

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