The husband of a missing Edgefield County woman says he was searching the woods for his missing wife late Wednesday night.
“I wouldn’t wish this nightmare on anyone,” Park Kingery wrote on his Facebook page.
His wife, Tammy Kingery, went missing Saturday afternoon after leaving a note that said she was going for a walk.
“The house was all locked up, the dog was chained up outside,” Kingery said. “I seen a note on the corner of the table that said ‘Going for a walk, be back soon, love you,’ and I knew something wasn’t right.”
The mother of three was taking anti-depressant medication and had been “unhappy” lately, her husband said.
“Her cell phone was still there, her purse was still there, she didn’t take nothing with her,” Park Kingery said.
Kingery is not ruling out abduction, but said it was possible his wife took her own life.
“I have no idea what happened,” Kingery said. “There’s a million possibilities.”
Park Kingery said when he last saw her in person she was “peaceful” and resting in bed.
At this time, Park Kingery is not a suspect in his wife’s disappearance, according to the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office. Police are investigation it as a missing person’s case.