Georgia Mom who sent chilling message before being found dead was found NAKED and burned

REVEALED: Georgia mom who sent chilling text before being found dead in a ditch was naked, burned and clinging to tree: Daughter slaps down claim she had mental health issues

  • Debbie Collier, 59, sent a cryptic message to her daughter before being found dead by investigators who noted she was naked and burned 
  •  Collier sent her daughter ‘They are not going to let me go, love you,’ on September 10 along with $2,385
  • She was found in a small, steep-sided ravine on September 11 near a wooded area in Tallulah Falls, Georgia
  • Investigators are treating the case as a homicide, rather than a suicide
  • Cops found that Collier had rented an SUV on September 10 and left her home with just her debit card and driver’s license

The Georgia mom who sent her daughter a chilling text message before being found dead in a ravine was also naked and had signs of burns on her body when investigators came across her. 

Debbie Collier, 59, was found in a small, steep-sided ravine on September 11 near a wooded area in Tallulah Falls, Georgia, after sending her daughter $2,385 along with a cryptic message.

‘They are not going to let me go, love you there is a key to the house in the blue flower pot by the door,’ read the Venmo message sent to her daughter, Amanda Bearden, on September 10.

An incident report has now revealed Collier’s body was found by an investigator who ‘observed a nude female laying on her back, grasping a small tree with her right hand.’ 

They also documented ‘charring to her abdomen’ and a burned blue tarp alongside a red tote bag nearby. 

Investigators are treating the case as a homicide, rather than a suicide.

Debbie Collier, 59, was found dead by an investigator who 'observed a nude female laying on her back, grasping a small tree with her right hand.'

 Debbie Collier, 59, was found dead by an investigator who ‘observed a nude female laying on her back, grasping a small tree with her right hand.’

'They are not going to let me go, love you there is a key to the house in the blue flower pot by the door,' read the Venmo message sent to her daughter, Amanda Bearden, pictured

 ‘They are not going to let me go, love you there is a key to the house in the blue flower pot by the door,’ read the Venmo message sent to her daughter, Amanda Bearden, pictured

Cops have said that the disturbing statement Collier sent to her daughter may suggest that there was a violent kidnapping involved before she was found dead

Cops have said that the disturbing statement Collier sent to her daughter may suggest that there was a violent kidnapping involved before she was found dead

Bearden, 36, tried to call her mother after receiving the cryptic text, however, she didn’t answer the cell phone. 

It was then that the daughter reported her mother as missing to Athens Clarke County Police. 

Cops have said that the disturbing statement Collier sent to her daughter may suggest that there was a violent kidnapping involved before she was found dead.

Habersham County Sheriff’s Office Col. Murray Kogod said: ‘Further search resulted in locating the body of a female subject down an embankment close to where the bag and tarp were located.’ 

During the investigation, cops found that Collier had rented an SUV on September 10 and left her home with just her debit card and driver’s license. 

They were able to track the location of the car because of its SiriusXM satellite radio – leading them 60 miles north of her home in Athens, Georgia.

Collier’s body was then tragically found in a nearby ravine off of the highway where the vehicle was discovered on US 441 near Victory Home Lane. 

The mother’s devastated family was informed as authorities started investigating the cause of death. Images show investigators combing the scene where her body was found, reports Now Habersham.

An autopsy will be undertaken by a medical examiner. 

Debbie, who married her husband Steve in 2013, worked as the front office manager at Carriage House Realty in Athens for many years. 

Steve said he last saw his wife at 9pm the night before she vanished on September 9. 

Investigators and police cars seen at the scene near to where the body was discovered on September 11

Investigators and police cars seen at the scene near to where the body was discovered on September 11

During the investigation, cops found that Collier had rented an SUV on September 10 and left her home with just her debit card and driver's license

 During the investigation, cops found that Collier had rented an SUV on September 10 and left her home with just her debit card and driver’s license

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