Missing NC trans woman Angel Elisha Walker’s burned out car found

Fox 8 uses her Facebook profile picture where she identifies as a trans female

Elisha WalkerAngel Elisha Walker was last seen by a Salisbury officer Oct 30th driving west away from the city on Highway 150. Her car was found Sunday in the opposite direction, east of Fayetteville in Sampson County. Her 2000 Pontiac Sunfire had been burned badly making identification impossible until Monday.

Fox identifies her as male using her Facebook profile picture where she clearly identifies as female.

Angel identifies on Facebook as female, the same place Fox 8 got her photo from. Her mother said she’s transgender, although she calls her a male, still it wouldn’t be hard for a competent news agency to figure out. The only other major news outlet reporting on her disappearance is Time-Warner, which is a pay to view service.

Authorities say Walker often travels to both Durham and the Camp Lejune area.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office at 704-216-8683.


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2 Responses to Missing NC trans woman Angel Elisha Walker’s burned out car found

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  2. Ms. B August 15, 2015 at 2:24 am

    It is very sad to hear of anyone loosing a life. And I try not to judge anyone, looking at the pictures, this was a beautiful young MAN. No matter what anyone does to change theirself or dress theirself up they are still going to be what our heavenly father made them. GOD mad this young man a male not female, so the parents did not disrespect their child by calling him what he truly is and what God made him. This young mans mother knows the sex of the baby that she had and correctly stated it. You can put a lion on a zebra’s outfit, but at the end of the day, it is still a lion.