Holly Suzanne Courtier is a 38-year-old mom from Woodland Hills, California. She recently lost her job as a nanny because of the pandemic, so she decided to head out on the open road in her converted camper van.
Holly began a solo tour of various national parks and ended up at Zion National Park in Utah … a vast 148,000-acre park with forest trails, waterfalls, and steep cliffs.
Her family and friends say she’s an avid hiker and experienced solo traveler.
Little did she or her family know that her joyful adventure would soon turn into a nightmare.
On October 6, 2020, Holly was supposed to meet back at the same shuttle that dropped her off before her morning hike — but she never showed up at the scheduled time.
Two days later, Holly was officially reported missing.
Holly’s frantic daughter, Kailey, documented the tireless search for her mom and pleaded for the public’s help in finding her via the helpfindholly.com website.
Meanwhile, dozens of search and rescue teams, park rangers, volunteers, K-9s, and even drones banded together to find Holly.
Days passed by with no luck, and Kailey took to Instagram to share a heartbreaking update. “The rangers have informed me that unless they gather additional intel they will only be continuing their search for 1-2 more days,” she wrote. “It’s getting down to the final few days of survival without food.”
After nearly two weeks, the search has come to an end. And thankfully, this story has a happy ending …
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