Christine and Rebecca Vance Wiki- Christine and Rebecca Vance Biography
Christine and Rebecca Vance Three people whose decomposing bodies were found at a remote campground in the Rocky Mountains earlier this summer died while trying to live off the grid, a family member says. In July, the Gunnison County, Colorado, coroner identified the bodies of sisters Christine and Rebecca Vance, both in their 40s, and Rebecca’s 14-year-old son, who was not named because she is a minor. All three were residents of Colorado Springs.
Autopsy reports released this week confirmed suspicions that the trio likely died of malnutrition and starvation over the winter. No food was found at their camp, which would have been exposed to several feet of snow and freezing temperatures. Details of the reports were covered by the Associated Press, which revealed that Rebecca’s son was found with a rosary that had belonged to her mother’s stepsister, Trevala Jara. The rosary was Jara’s favorite, a gift she had given the group before they left.
Christine and Rebecca Vance Age
The Christine Vance, age is 41,& Rebecca Vance, 42 years old.
Christine and Rebecca Vance Incident Detail
God was with them,” Jara told the Associated Press. In an interview, she recalled telling them not to flee into the desert. “Why would you want to do this, knowing you would leave me behind?” he said she, with tears in her eyes. “Why didn’t you listen to me and my husband?” A hiker discovered one of the bodies on July 9 and then notified authorities, who then found the other two bodies the next day, according to Gunnison County Sheriff Adam Murdie.
Two of the bodies were discovered inside a small zippered tent, and the other was outside at the campsite, which was in a remote wooded area where hikers don’t often pass through. The sheriff said at the time that personal belongings, including survival books and tarps, as well as a shed built from local logs over a campfire, were found at the scene. Barnes said the group possibly died from starvation, freezing temperatures or carbon monoxide poisoning while trying to make a fire to stay warm.
The sisters from Colorado Springs, about an hour south of Denver, had been planning to live off the grid since fall 2021, Jara said. They felt that the pandemic and politics brought out the worst in humanity. Jara said Rebecca Vance “thought that with everything changing and everything, this world was going to end… (They) wanted to be away from people and the influences of what people can do to each other.
The teen was laid to rest at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at the Trilha do Ceu cemetery.