Her hair was styled in dreadlocks at the time of her disappearance, which she usually wore piled on top of her head.
Blue jeans and a black T-shirt.
Jennifer was last seen in California on September 13, 1993 in Willow Creek where she was to apply for a possible job opportunity at a farm. She never arrived at the farm and had left all her belongings at home. She led a counterculture hippie lifestyle, including hanging with Deadheads, followers of the Grateful Dead band. Foul play is suspected. NOTE: Wilmer's mother assisted in creating federal legislation aimed at requiring states to report information concerning unidentified bodies into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database. This procedure provides easier cross-referencing of missing persons and unidentified victims in the US. The legislation, titled Jennifer's Law, was signed into effect in 2000. She also founded FOCUS, a support group for the families of missing children.
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