Speak out against Terry Elvis, or his underlying motives into the disappearance of his daughter, Heather Elvis, and your family and friends are targeted by an angry online mob of fake profiles, waving their pitchforks and torches.
Such is the threat issued to Beth Hebda, a local to the area where 20 year old Heather Elvis made headlines in 2013 when she went missing, presumably at PeachTree Landing in South Carolina.
Terry Elvis, the father of Heather Elvis, who has been missing for 3 years now, has offered up money, presumably for donations, for the identification of one “Emily Mooda”, rumored to be Horry County resident, Beth Hebda.
He issued a call on the “FindHeatherElvis” Facebook page to out anyone that spoke out, trying to protect their identity, offering rewards, and suggesting that the “communities” decide how to best deal with them.
Terry’s friend, Bill Barrett,.also known as William Christopher Barrett who worked just blocks from where Brittanee Drexel went missing in 2009, was appointed head of search after Terry Elvis collected hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations, and inexplicably firing the CUE center for missing persons search team.
Bill was accused, and one of two people arrested, on obstruction of searches, planting false evidence to speed up the trial, and the railroading taking place against the Moorer family, who have since had their murder charges dropped, and a mistrial issued from the indecisive verdict in Sidney Moorer’s trial in the kidnapping of young Heather Elvis.
In the very same news interview, Terry denies knowing Bill, but then states that he has “always been a good friend of mine”, further proving Terry’s character.
Since then, Terry has distanced himself, at least to the public, from his best bud Bill Barrett, but not before Bill and friends hatched a plot to help Terry abduct “Emily Mooda” by intoxicating her at a local bar, claiming they would “take one for the team” by seducing a drunk Beth Hebda.
Alarmingly enough, photos of young Heather Elvis plaster the walls of these would-be sexual predators, who, in private, make a game out of her disappearance and the suggested torture of innocent bystanders voicing their 1st amendment rights.
Then, things went deep, as mentions of deadly weapons, including a scoped rifle, circulated through the group chat of the stalkers looking to “take out” those who spoke out against Terry Elvis.
Discussing the innocent woman sexually, planning to aim deadly weapons at her and her residence, they went on to discuss other ways to violate local and federal laws, and observe Ms. Hebda, disclosing they had a small set of high powered Nikon binoculars for use.
When researching these leaked chats, I noticed that someone else who was arrested for obstruction was a participant, Garrett Starnes, who was another one of the main people participating in the search for Heather after Terry Elvis fired CUE.
Not shockingly, these obsessive, criminal stalkers took matters further, riding by her house, and photographing vehicles in Ms. Hebda’s driveway, trying to analyze license plate numbers so they could track her movements.
True to Terry’s alleged violent nature of burning down his ex’s house for the insurance money, he issued this threat, describing what some psychiatrists would call, a “serial killer’s trait of pyromania” as well:
Terry’s family, and Terry Elvis, have testified through social media and various other interactions, that they do not have any regard to human life.
Ms. Hebda was unfairly, and criminally targeted, to the knowledge of the Elvis family, without being reported.
To my knowledge, no attack was ever carried out, but this simple conspiracy to commit federal crimes could lock away the participants for far longer than they would expect, including Terry, who offered the reward.
Terry is not the man he portrays himself to be, instead, leading a false persona of prayer, stability and strength, while issuing threats, pulling strings, and misplacing what can only be assumed to be donations for the search of Heather that was cut too short for no reason.
I hope that one day we find Heather, but with her father’s murderous undertone, and the extent to which his friends will go to cover up or keep people quiet, I doubt that we will.
The only thing for certain?
This plot, known to members of the Elvis family, sounds eerily familiar to the very charges they are trying to pin against Sidney and Tammy Moorer.