Ebby Steppach death has been reported as a homicide. She rebelled against her parents and started living with her friend Daniel Westbrook.
Ebby Steppach’s case was discussed in Dr. Phil’s show, ‘Unsolved Homicide: Who Put Ebby Steppach in the Drainpipe?’ Her body was discovered in a drainpipe in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Dr. Phil leverages his platform to bring attention to the abduction and death of 18-year-old Ebby Steppach in 2015, which dominated national headlines.
Who Killed Ebby Steppach?
Ebby Steppach death case has become over seven long mystery homicide, and the killers are never to be found.
Her death’s mystery has left an unforgettable impression on her family and friends, particularly Laurie, Ebby’s mother.
Laurie, who has previously been with Dr. Phil twice, returns to appeal to the public to provide any information they may have.
A private investigator Catherine Townsend has been working on the case for the past 18 months and feels the police are incorrect in calling Ebby’s death a suicide and that her killer could still be caught.
On May 24, 2018, police discovered skeleton remains in a drainage pipe near where Steppach’s automobile had been recovered while conducting another search of Chalamont Park.
The remains of Steppach were later identified, whereas there have previously been extensive searches for Steppach at Chalamont Park.
Margie Foley, a family friend, claimed to have smelt decomposition while searching the area and reported it to the authorities.
Dr. Phil Case Update On Reddit And Hopes Beamed To Bring Justice To Ebby Steppach
According to the Social Media stream Reddit, the discussion on Ebby Steppach’s case on Dr. Phil has helped the issue push forward, and there are signs the authorities are moved by it.
One of the comments read, “Why would anyone, unless they were hiding for a moment, pull the manhole lid back on the top, especially at night. That’s ridiculous. Also, my condolences to her family & friends.”
The show might put on Ebby’s paternal grandmother, who has never talked to the media because she believes the media has misrepresented her granddaughter’s tale.
Ebby Jane Steppach was an 18-year-old senior at Little Rock Central High School, Arkansas. Steppach had previously attended a private school, but she went to a public school the following year.
She moved out of her family’s home at the start of the school year to gain independence from her parents. She mostly stayed with her grandparents and friends.